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Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 4 – Embarkation + New Years Celebration

Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 4 – Embarkation + New Years Celebrationfeatured

Embarkation days are always a little stressful. I’m not sure why we can’t seem to get a better grasp on them, but just like packing, going on more cruises hasn’t helped us get any better at making it less stressful. I think it’s, in part, because we have so much excitement laying on these trips Read more

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Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 3 – Epcot

Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 3 – Epcotfeatured

We spend a lot of time in Florida. We often refer to it as our second home. At one point in time, when Stephanie and I were both young, it was – when the winter would hit in Chicago, Mom would take Stephanie and I down to Florida, where grandma would be waiting in Boca Read more

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Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 2 – Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 2 – Disney’s Magic Kingdomfeatured

I’m convinced nothing good ever happens before 7:00 am. On my normal, non-traveling schedule, I don’t even wake up for work before 8:00 am. So when Stephanie found some last minute breakfast reservations for the Be Our Guest restaurant at 7:40 am and jumped on them, I wasn’t entirely excited. Wasn’t this supposed to be Read more

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Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 1 – Chicago to Atlanta to Orlando + Disney Springs

Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 1 – Chicago to Atlanta to Orlando + Disney Springsfeatured

These always start the same, don’t they? I feel like they do. We book a trip (probably a month before we leave, unless we’re going to Europe). I write about how work keeps me busy (always true) and how things snuck up on me and suddenly, we’re leaving. This time, I kind of knew these Read more

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Paris in Three Days

Paris in Three Daysfeatured

Paris is so special to me. The entire city buzzes with je ne sais quoi, this unintelligible quality that’s impossible to explain until you’re there and you can feel it. It’s in the ornate details on the building facades, the confidence of the French people and the level of enjoyment they take in the simplest Read more

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