Southern hospitality and finger lickin’ good food served with the Disney touch make for a dynamic and magical dining experience. I mean, it’s no secret that Walt Disney World is home to some great eateries, but this combination right here is what made our meal at Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Kitchen in Disney Springs one of the most appealing, warm and friendliest experiences we have ever had. Continue reading Southern Hospitality Delivered: A Review of Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Kitchen
When you have an immense number of friends who have sailed on the Disney Cruise Line and perpetually share their magical adventures aboard one of the four ships in the fleet (recent news says there are more ships being added over the next few years!), the desire within to join the club kind of grows day by day (reminds me of kudzu in South Carolina, but in a good way). Continue reading Victory on the High Seas: Dining with Food Allergies on the Disney Dream
(featured photo taken by Janice Tillman Brady with An Open Suitcase)
Summer is FINALLY here and…
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.
Cape Cod is one of many perfect little getaways here in New England. From late spring to early fall, the peninsula comes alive to locals and tourists alike. From the beaches on the Cape Cod National Seashore to unique restaurants and eclectic shops, people take full advantage of the beauty, culture and ocean breeze before the winter snow and frigid temperatures bring everything to a screeching halt up here. Continue reading Cape Cod: What One Traveling Family Accomplished in 24 Hours!