Visiting Disneyland is the dream for families with young children. It seems it has become a right of passage for children from America, to Paris, to Tokyo. The magic and wonder can quickly slip away however if you are forced to wait in long lines with squirmy young children. Fortunately there are strategies to reduce your wait times. Here are five tips to cut down on your time in the queue when visiting Disneyland Paris.
Chicago is alive with spring blossoms dancing in the breeze that have been custom crafted into Tru Blooms Chicago Eau de Parfum, a signature city fragrance. Tru Fragrance, a custom fragrance development company has joined forces with the City of Chicago in a groundbreaking community initiative to beautify the city’s public green spaces, generate funds to support local nonprofits, and provide jobs for Chicago residents while creating a limited edition Chicago signature perfume.
With careful nurturing from planting to bloom to bottle, neighborhood green spaces like Grant Park, Chicago Botanic Garden and Water Tower Place have been festooned with fragrant roses, soothing lavender and sensuous violets to give Chicago’s signature fragrance a bright floral scent of a spring day in the city.
How To Sample the Delights of the Uffizi, Florencene The legendary Uffizi Gallery in Florence is considered one of the world’s oldest art museums and possesses what may be the greatest collection of Renaissance art found anywhere. The Uffizi was built in 1560 for the ruling Medici family to serve as a complex of [...]
Where will you find the most fun bars in Las Vegas? Well, not all bars and restaurants in Las Vegas are created equal. Other than serving delicious drinks and food, many are offering something that others don’t – something really fun and entertaining. Some have way more fun factor than others. Here are five of [...]
London has a dark and grimy side hidden beneath the cosmopolitan city and has played home to some of the most infamous criminals throughout history. A large number of these famous crime scenes are still standing and make a great place to visit for fans of the macabre. In this article I share with you [...]
Can you guess the top destinations for travelers in the USA for the first quarter of 2013? Sojern, the world’s leading data-driven traveler engagement platform, recently analyzed data from more than 400 million travelers, and the results are totally of fascinating. Here’s a wonderful infographic that shows just where travelers are heading this year, the [...]
One of the most rewarding aspects of barge cruising in France is that you have a chance to experience all the exotic French cuisine along your route. You can go ashore and explore fine restaurants, stop by out-of-the way cafes, and perhaps even learn a few tricks of your own. But what if the fine [...]
As celebrities and the uber-rich have demand even more luxury and indulgence, the 5-star rating is no longer sufficient indication that the hotel is the best. Six-star has yet to come of age, but there are still incredible suites and rooms in the world’s most expensive hotels that command a tariff more than the average [...]
Winter snowstorms getting you down? Why warm up with a little hot jazz and wine at Long Island’s 6th Annual Winterfest. For 6 consecutive weekends from February 16 to March 24, 2013, the East End of Long Island comes alive with the sound of exceptional Jazz performances enjoyed in the tasting rooms of area [...]
A Family Friendly Winter Getaway to the East End of Long Island – Trip Report Winter cabin fever had settled in and our 19 month old yearned for adventure. My husband and I decided to pack up and head to the East End of Long Island for a change of scenery. Long Island Winter Fest [...]