Yea... So talk about late. I was supposed to put these out every week... Then real life happened. I got promoted at the far less fun job, but pays a lot more, which pulled a lot of my time away. Also, our little Travel Agency is picking up a bit of steam. We have more clients this year than we did last year so... yay us! None the less, these excuses do nothing to soothe the rage you feel from not having your eyeballs caressed by my eloquent writing and genius level intellect.
So after a long 5 1/2 hour flight, we arrived in Orlando. I will save my strongly worded opinion of Frontier Airlines for another time. We arrived safely ready to start our vacation. 9 of us made the trip ready to meed up with the other 4 that were waiting for us in a vacation home we rented in Kissimme, FL. This was definitely the way to go for our group as it was cheaper than arranging a bunch of hotel rooms. The house had 8 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. It also came with a ful
One of the more frustrating factors for people travelling internationally is keeping up with their passport. Your passport is an identification document, certified by the U.S. Government, which allows you to travel to foreign countries. As you travel abroad, while carrying your passport, you are under the protection of the U.S. Government and grants you re-entry into the United States upon your return. Acquiring and using a passport is where a lot of people run into issues. I
Today is the big day! We have planned this vacation for more than two years and we are finally ready to take off for 12 days of fun! We started the day with a quick half day at work, then shot home to finish packing bags and loading up the car. The other half of the cruise group met up with us on the way to our first stop of the trip; a little German Restaurant called Speisekammer in Alameda, CA. As some may know, Yasmin and I first met when we lived in Germany as our fathers