We did so many different activities on our Royal Caribbean cruise, and everyone had one part of the cruise they enjoyed most. Read on to see what Mom, Dad, Ryan, Ashlynn, Grandma, Grandpa, Jared, and I each liked best about the Allure of the Seas. Mom One of my favorite parts of the cruise was … Continue reading A Few of Our Favorite Things
In Florida, especially in the summer, you can almost guarantee it will rain every day. Our hurricane season is from June to November, but rain any time of the year won't faze a Floridian. If you're planning a trip to Walt Disney World and the forecast calls for rain, here are some tips for taking on … Continue reading 8 Tips to Conquer Disney in the Rain
On the Allure of the Seas, we sailed through the West Caribbean and stopped at Labadee, Haiti; Falmouth, Jamaica; and Cozumel, Mexico.For Mom, Dad, Ryan, and I, this was our second time on the Allure of the Seas making these stops, so some of the shore excursions we booked we had done before, while others … Continue reading Allure of the Seas: Shore Excursions
We ate at some pretty stand-out restaurants while we were in Colorado so I thought I would share some of our favorites! Beau Jo's Colorado Style Pizza - Idaho Springs, CO Every time my family has gone to Colorado, we have stopped for pizza at Beau Jo's on the way to our destination city from … Continue reading Dining Destinations: Colorado
For spring break 2017, Mom, Dad, Ryan, Ashlynn, Jared, and I, went to Copper Mountain Colorado. We spent a whole week in Colorado filling our week with everything you could possibly imagine doing in the snow. Here are our reviews of all the different activities we did while on our snowy vacation. Snow Mobiling @ Good … Continue reading Snow Much Fun
We left our hotel early in the morning and stopped on our way back to Warsaw at the largest brick castle in the world in Malbork, Poland. It was ginormous! It was so huge our tour through the castle took a full two hours to complete. The beautiful castle had to be partially rebuilt after WWII. … Continue reading The Last Day
Today we packed up our bags yet again and drove to Gdansk, a very famous Polish city. We stopped at KFC on the way there and Mom and I got corn on the cob, which we’ve been craving for awhile now. As soon as we got to the hotel, we left for a walking tour … Continue reading Yahtzee!
We left in the morning to travel to Torun, Poland. We stopped at the Poznan square for lunch because Uncle Stash had mentioned to our tour guide that that’s where he thought part of his family was from. When we first got to the square, some lady and a camera man came up to me … Continue reading From TV Guest to Gingerbread Master
On our trip, our group of 8: Grandpa, Grandma, Uncle Stash, Aunt Lorraine, Uncle Ray, Katie, Mom, and myself, are called the “Ciemniecki Clan.” We also found out that in Polish, Ciemniecki is pronounced Chim-nyet-ski. One of the biggest mysteries to all of the other people on our tour is how we are all related. … Continue reading We Are Family
After the tour and a little gnome hunting, we went back to the hotel room to relax for a little bit before Mom, Katie and I went to Let Me Out. Let Me Out is an escape room where you get locked in a room and have 45 minutes to find the key to unlock it … Continue reading Let Me Out!
Today we started off late (we didn’t leave til 9 this morning!) and toured Wroclaw (pronounced nothing like how it’s spelled) mostly by foot. The tour was about 3 hours long and we didn’t really see all that much. We went inside one church, but I’m really over visiting churches at this point. They’re all … Continue reading Chillin’ With My Gnomies
After getting back on the bus, we went to a small restaurant on the other side of the street from Auschwitz for lunch. I took one look at the menu and knew there was not a single thing I would eat there. Luckily, I had seen a pizza place right next-door. Mom and I headed … Continue reading A Picky Eater in Poland