Blogging Through the Alphabet, Disney, Disneyland, Family Travel

C is for Chicken Florentine {Blogging Through the Alphabet}

I’m joining you all from Disneyland this week so I decided to share one of my favorite recipes from The Happiest Place on Earth for the letter C, Chicken Florentine from Blue Bayou Restaurant in New Orleans Square. I love that Disney happily shares their most popular recipes from their restaurants and resorts. All you have to do is visit…

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Disneyland, Family Travel

A Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Day! Celebrating Dick Van Dyke’s 90th Birthday at Disneyland!

Dick Van Dyke with his wife Arlene and Mary Poppins at the Jolly Holiday Bakery and Café dedication I’ve been looking through some of my old blog posts recently and came across this one from a couple of years ago that had managed to escape being published. Although it is old news, I thought I’d share. The wonderful thing about…

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Disneyland, Family Travel

2017 Guide to Visiting the Disneyland Resort with Young Kids (and still having a great time!) – Review

*This post contains affiliate links but the views and opinions are my own. The first thing you’ll notice about the 2017 Guide to Visiting the Disneyland Resort with Young Kids is how well it’s laid out. Perfect for the first time Disneyland visitor but also handy as a reference and checklist for those of us who may be visiting with…

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Disneyland, Family Travel

Viva Navidad at Disney’s California Adventure Park!

The Three Caballeros at Viva Navidad For the second year, Disney is celebrating the the holidays with Viva Navidad at their California Adventure Park. If you wander over to Paradise Garden during the afternoon, you’ll find a street party that celebrates the Latino culture complete with dancers, mariachi and samba musicians and, of course, the Three Caballeros, Donald Duck, Panchito…

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Disneyland, Family Travel

A Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Day! Celebrating Dick Van Dyke’s 90th Birthday at Disneyland!

The wonderful thing about being flexible and keeping your eyes and ears open when you travel is the fun, sometimes once in a lifetime, events you can stumble upon. Even with Disney vacations, there can be an element of the unexpected if you are willing to ‘go with the flow’ and make changes to your plans when something comes up.…

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