Pirate's Dinner Adventure, dinner, family travel, traveling with kids, themed dinner, showtime, anaheim, pirates
Before there was a Pirate's Dinner Adventure, there was Medieval Times, and that's the moral of this story. New isn't always better. We traveled to Anaheim this last weekend and stayed overnight to have some family pictures taken. While there, we decided to cross something off our list that we'd been wanting to experience ever since we took in a...
traveling with kids, family travel, subway, world's greatest hot sandwich, Earl of Sandwich, Holiday, The Full Montagu, Earl, Disneyland, Disney Dining Plan
To say our family has a love affair with Earl of Sandwich would be an understatement. We first discovered 'The World's Greatest Hot Sandwich' on our first trip to Disney World: May 5, 2010; it is commemorated on Facebook. The location is just down and across from Goofy's Candy Company in Disney Springs with a huge marquee that you can't miss....
Cat Cafe MoCHA, Traveling with Kids, family travel, japan, asia, Takeshita Dori, Harajuku, Family Travel, Diapers on a plane, diapersonaplane, crepes
Takeshita Dori is one single, pedestrian, shop lined, street in the Harajuku District. It is bustling and full of people. The shops are eccentric and eclectic, and come in full variety of shapes and sizes. Located near Omotesando and the Meiji Shrine, you can spend a full day here exploring to your heart’s content with lots of shops your...
Cat Cafe, Cat Cafe MoCHA, Harajuku, Takeshita Dori, Child Friendly, Diapers On A Plane, diapersonaplane,
We were very intrigued by the notion of a Cat Cafe when we visited Japan. At first it seemed so foreign to us that people would go to a place to play with cats, rather than just have a pet at home. Then we discovered that most places to live in Japan don't allow pets, even though Japanese culture revolves...
Ninja Akasaka dinner, Themed Dinner, Tokyo themed dinner, themed dinner restaurant, diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane, Traveling with Kids, Family Travel, Ninja
Walking around Tokyo, trying to find a place to eat everyday, it was surprisingly hard. Many restaurants in Tokyo don’t allow children, many are obscure, then there is the language barrier so we likely passed a ton of restaurants without knowing it, lots are reservations only, closed during specific hours, or themed dinner restaurants booked days to weeks in...