From the time I worked at Disney World more than 20 years ago, I have been huge Disney World fan. Since that time (and prior to COVID), I have visited Disney World at least once a year and sometimes twice a year. Each visit consistently resulted in amazing memories of me, my husband and I, or our whole family, enjoying the rides, the characters, parades, fireworks and more. But my latest trip to Walt Disney World this Fall was not as magical as years past.
After being spoiled for so many years with traditional hotel and resort vacation rooms, I was a little hesitant to try something a more non traditional, more specifically a condo rental. I had this idea that condos were just not as nice as resorts that are full of helpful staff and amenities. However, my mind changed this summer after staying at the Ritz Carlton Residences in Vail, CO.
Boston is a wealth of history, culture, food and fun and you can experience it all in just 3 days.
Having a vacation mindset means slowing down and taking the time to focus on me and the things that make me happy. Although, this may sound too good to be true, a vacation mindset is obtainable, even if for just a few hours in the morning.
I never met Queen Elizabeth II…but somehow, I feel like I knew her.