For years, I have dreamed of going to New York City to see Disney’s musical production of The Lion King. It has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember and knowing that I had a friend in the cast just made the desire to see it even stronger! After wishing upon a thousand stars or more, my oldest son made that dream come true this April and, as a combined Christmas and birthday gift to me, he bought the two of us tickets to see the production at the Minskoff Theater on Broadway! I was going to see The Lion King!!! Continue reading Disney’s The Lion King on Broadway: A Review from the Savanna
We make friends in our youth, sometimes not knowing what will become of each other once the tassel has been flipped and the cap has been thrown into the air. Then, years later, the opportunity to snag a long overdue hug arises. Two friends find themselves thrown back into the past for a brief moment before gaining a new sense of pride and perspective for what the other has gone through over the years. Continue reading One Man’s Journey to the Savanna: An Interview with a Member of Disney’s The Lion King Cast
Some time in November, after Magic Kingdom Park has undergone its miraculous Christmas transformation, the resorts around Walt Disney World begin their own seasonal decorating. Each one comes to life with has its own theme, its own color scheme and its own special touches that keep Guests coming back year after year to stare in holiday wonder. This year, I had the wonderful opportunity to do just that – STARE IN HOLIDAY WONDER! Continue reading Rockin’ Around the MK Loop to see Resort Decor
It’s no secret that spending any part of the winter holidays at Walt Disney World is a magical experience on the Christmas list of many around the globe. Though it’s true that pixie dust flies year round at one of the happiest places on Earth, something extra magical and spectacular happens around the holidays at this vacation spot.
The redesign of Downtown Disney into the creation of Disney Springs brought an influx of new restaurants to enjoy. The bucket list for the Disney foodie has grown immensely over the last year and I myself have been salivating on a regular basis as I feverishly read and memorize menu after menu from these new eateries. One such restaurant on my newly revised bucket list has been Morimoto Asia, which is located at The Landing on Disney Springs. During a recent, rather quick excursion, down to my favorite place on earth “sans kiddos,” hubby and I decided it was the right time to experience some out of this world Pan-Asian cuisine. Continue reading Morimoto Asia ~ A Bucket List Must for the Foodie in You