When taking a vacation, pools are always an important part of a hotel. You will spend hours during your vacation, swimming or relaxing by the pool. Do you know the best pools in the Kissimmee area? Here are the Top 5 favorite Hotel Pools in [...] more »
I have always been a fan of the Renaissance times with knights, sword fighting and jousting. When I first discovered Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Kissimmee, I had to try it. Over the years it has turned into one of my favorite [...] more »
I am excited to be the guest blogger this week for i.seeKissimmee. This city has a close place in my heart! I spent many years in Kissimmee, working at a local hotel and Give Kids The World. Years later, I still recommend Kissimmee hotels, [...] more »
I chose to seize the day, every day, this week. Nonetheless, I am blissfully exhausted. My quest in pursuit of all things fun has been a success. Not surprisingly, if you asked me to, I’d do it all over again.
I can happily confirm that Central [...]more »
I’ve always been a fan of the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee. Mainly, I love the fact that they’ve brought the outdoors inside with authentic-looking recreations of Key West, the Everglades and St. Augustine. Plus, the Old Hickory Steakhouse [...] more »
SoBe Surf is a secret Cocoa Beach hideaway that you’d never find if you weren’t looking for it. I, indeed, was looking for it. Ready for my 8 a.m. stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) lesson, I strolled around to the back of the charming resort and found [...] more »
My friend Kristin told me a few months ago that she has a friend who does aerial workouts.
Say what? What’s an aerial class?
You know, like Cirque- du-Soleil-style.
Like hanging from the ceiling?
Sweet. Count me in. I [...] more »
There’s something so irresistible about dinner and a movie, especially when it’s at the Enzian Theater in Maitland, just north of Orlando. Likewise, what you won’t find here are sticky floors, scary restrooms or a sub-par snack bar. Instead, you’ll [...] more »
“We take time at the beginning of class to fill our glasses with wine,” said Marci Arthur, owner of Truffles & Trifles, where I’d chosen to spend the evening bumping up my cooking cred.
“I am, of course, the queen, Marci Arthur,” she [...] more »
It was as if I had turned off Central Florida Parkway and wandered onto a lush Caribbean island complete with hammocks and the soft rhythm of steel drum music. Nothing here really looked much like Orlando, not only because of the exotic vibe, but [...] more »