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Disney's Port Orleans Resort-Riverside

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Dear blog,
I was spoiled this summer! My husband surprised me with one night at Disney's Port Orleans Resort- Riverside. I had mentioned to him a couple of times that I would like to stay at that resort for our anniversary during our trip to Miami. I didn't think he would do it, seeing how expensive a night was going to cost plus our traveling expenses. I just knew it was out of the question! I even told him all the facts, all of the good things that come from staying at a Disney Resort lol (like he didn't already know). He had told my family where we were staying, but I still had no idea. Earlier that day we had breakfast at O'hana and we were on our way to the "park"(or so I thought). It wasn't until I saw the entrance to the resort that I knew where we were. I was so excited! I called my family and told them they needed to come see the resort before they headed back to Miami. They came, and my nephews were beyond excited. They kept saying, "Wow th…

Disney Spring

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Dear blog,
After our fun day at Typhoon Lagoon we headed to Disney Springs to have some dinner. But before we left the park, my husband bought a Mickey's Premium Ice Cream Bar for me; this was my first Mickey ice cream. I've mentioned in the past that this is something I wanted to try and I wasn't disappointed, the ice cream was delicious.




After our day at the park we headed to the hotel to change out of our wet clothes off and let the kids take a short nap. After an hour we headed to Disney Springs, I love visiting the World of Disney store. They were renovating the store so a large part of it was blocked off. Actually the part of the store I wanted to visit was blocked off, they had moved those items to a different building entirely. On my way there I got to stop at Amorette's Patisserie. I saw the picture of the drink below on Disney Springs' Instagram and I knew I had to try. It's a beautiful drink, tasted amazing, and the chocolate Minnie ears on top were …