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callmemochelle

Life is too short to be standing still! Follow me as I visit as many places as I can... food, shopping, destinations!! If that destination includes an Anaheim Ducks hockey game? Well, heck, that's even better.

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Boozy Sanitizers and COVID-19

Since March, the entire country has been under a self containment plan. People who weren’t considered “essential” worked from home. Finally California started lifting restrictions, and as of Friday, June 19, we entered stage 3. I had the day off and decided to go on a day trip […]

Happy Earth Day 🌍

It’s Earth Day, April 22nd to be exact. Unfortunately we can’t do normal things, like go out with friends or family. We’ve been in self containment for a little over a month. It feels so much longer. On March 15, California’s Governor Newsom implemented a Stay at Home […]

Disneyland: Rise of the Resistance

Rise of the Resistance is the newest attraction for both Disneyland and Disney World. It’s a 20 minute attraction that is a mix of character interaction and a ride. *** If you don’t want to see any spoilers… do not read further!! My coworker Todd and I had […]

Disney World: Tiffins restaurant

Animal Kingdom used to not have good food places. It’s changed and I was told to eat at Tiffins. Unfortunately, Tiffins is not cheap. Let’s put it this way, it costs 2 dining credits to eat there. I found out that there was a Lion King package that […]

Disney World: Epcot after hours

Walt Disney World has Magical Hours, where guests staying on property can have access to specific parts either before park opening, or after it closes. Tonight, Epcot was selected to be opened 2 hours later from 9:00-11:00 pm. We went back to the hotel to rest, and then […]

Disney World: Epcot / Festival of the Arts

After our lunch at Biergarten, we slowly walked around the World Showcase and explored the different countries. Scattered around Epcot were works of arts, celebrating the Festival of the Arts that was being held until February 24. There were recreations of famous paintings in which guests could “be […]