Take a tour around Grand Cayman Island and you are sure to come upon the Tortuga Rum Factory, home of the world famous Tortuga Rum Cakes and, of course, several types of rum!
Sometimes while you are traveling, you come across an amazing destination you didn’t realize was there. On a recent road trip to Key West, Florida, we discovered the Caribbean Club where scenes from the movie Key Largo starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall were filmed. It made for a great memory and also a great mojito!
Nestled on the shores of Seven Seas Lagoon, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa brings Victorian elegance together with modern sophistication at this lavish bayside resort hotel. Guests can relax in the sumptuous lobby or lounge on the white sand beach or step into the Magic Kingdom that is only one Monorail stop away!
At the end of the day, Epcot has one last piece of magic just for you to enjoy. Illuminations, Reflections of Earth is an amazing nighttime spectacular with fireworks, dancing water, lights, and lasers that can be seen anywhere around World Showcase Lagoon. It’s an event not to be missed the next time you visit Walt Disney World Resort!
With an extraordinary history stretching back to the 5th Century, Dromoland Castle is a destination all to itself! Located in County Clare, Ireland, Dromoland Castle is as luxurious on the inside as it is impressive on the outside. It has welcomed presidents, heads of states, and numerous royalty and celebrities.
After a long day inside the amazing parks at Walt Disney World, it’s magical to be welcomed home by one of the towel animal creations the Disney hospitality team creates. This Mickey Mouse came from Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa!
Along the shores of the mighty Mississippi River in New Orleans, Louisiana, you can find an interesting contrast of the old and the new. Here you can see a classic paddle wheel boat while off in the distance you can also find a luxury cruise ship about to leave port. Either boat you choose will take you on an adventure sailing along the Mississippi River.
Down the main avenue in Cozumel, Mexico just a few blocks from the cruise port, you find a series of amazing statues looking out across the Caribbean Sea to the mainland of Mexico.