Author Archive for Lisa Fritscher

avatarLisa is a full-time travel writer. She lives in an RV with her disabled father and writes about their experiences. Although she has no children of her own, Lisa loves being an Aunt to her own relatives and the children of all her friends. You can follow her adventures on her blog, Travel Confessions.
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Disney on a Shoestring: Dining and Shopping

Disney on a Shoestring: Dining and Shopping

August 1, 2014 No Comments After tickets and lodging, dining is arguably the most expensive element of a Walt Disney World vacation. Shoestring travelers are generally good at avoiding the priciest souvenirs, but even smaller items can be extremely costly. Fortunately, savvy budgeters can find a plethora of deals on both dining and shopping by following a few simple tips. ...

 

Disney on a Shoestring: Lodging

Disney on a Shoestring: Lodging

July 21, 2014 No Comments There is no question that Walt Disney World is an expensive vacation destination. Yet many people feel priced out of the Disney market due to a simple lack of information. While it will never be as cheap as a week at the motel down the street, you can use quite a few cost-cutting measures to ...

 

Tarpon Springs: A Quaint Greek Fishing Village on Florida’s Gulf Coast

Tarpon Springs: A Quaint Greek Fishing Village on Florida’s Gulf Coast

July 18, 2014 No Comments Beyond the world-famous cities of Orlando and Tampa, Central Florida is dotted with towns that still pay enormous tribute to their heritage. Located on the Gulf Coast, Tarpon Springs is arguably one of the most interesting. The town has been both an authentic Greek sponge diving community and a favorite among tourists since the early ...

 

Bok Tower Gardens: A True Old Florida Attraction

Bok Tower Gardens: A True Old Florida Attraction

July 15, 2014 No Comments Bok Tower Gardens is a wonderful choice for families of all ages and interests

 

Oldest Store Museum: Interactive Fun in St. Augustine, Florida

Oldest Store Museum: Interactive Fun in St. Augustine, Florida

July 14, 2014 No Comments The Oldest Store Museum is a must-see on any family vacation to St. Augustine

 

Da Vinci Machines: An Educational Traveling Exhibit for All Ages

Da Vinci Machines: An Educational Traveling Exhibit for All Ages

July 11, 2014 No Comments Da Vinci Machines is an educational traveling exhibit for all ages

 

Museum of Military History: A Hidden Treasure in Kissimmee, Florida

Museum of Military History: A Hidden Treasure in Kissimmee, Florida

July 7, 2014 No Comments Museum of Military History in Kissimmee, Florida is fascinating for all ages

 

Believe It or Not!: Ripley’s Orlando Odditorium

Believe It or Not!: Ripley’s Orlando Odditorium

July 2, 2014 No Comments Believe It or Not!: Ripley’s Orlando Odditorium is fun for all ages

 

The Columbia: The Oldest Restaurant in Florida

The Columbia: The Oldest Restaurant in Florida

June 25, 2014 No Comments The Columbia is Florida’s oldest restaurant, and combines opulence with outstanding food and service for the whole family

 

Grande Villas at World Golf Village Review: A Bluegreen Resort in St. Augustine, Florida

Grande Villas at World Golf Village Review: A Bluegreen Resort in St. Augustine, Florida

June 19, 2014 No Comments Grande Villas at World Golf Village is another fantastic Bluegreen Resort in St. Augustine, Florida

 

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