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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A Celebration of Harry Potter: Universal Orlando’s Spectacular Wizarding Convention
World of Chocolate Museum and Café: Mixing Education and Fun

World of Chocolate Museum and Café: Mixing Education and Fun

June 6, 2014 No Comments From chocolate sculptures and tastings, to a tour bringing the history of chocolate to life, World of Chocolate Museum and Café is great fun for the whole family!

 

The Fountains Review: A Bluegreen Resort in Orlando, Florida

The Fountains Review: A Bluegreen Resort in Orlando, Florida

May 28, 2014 No Comments The Fountains is a fantastic Bluegreen Vacation Club resort in Orlando, Florida

 

Pillage and Plunder: Exploring the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

Pillage and Plunder: Exploring the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

May 19, 2014 No Comments The St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum boasts authentic artifacts and interactive exploration!

 

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Inside the Franchise at Universal Orlando

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Inside the Franchise at Universal Orlando

May 11, 2014 No Comments When author J.K. Rowling burst onto the scene in 1997, no one expected the Harry Potter frenzy that was to follow. As of 2013, the seven-book series had sold nearly 450 million copies, and had been translated into a stunning 73 languages. The film series is the highest-grossing of all time, making $7.7 billion dollars ...

 

Disney With Disabilities: Do Sweeping Changes Make Disney Less Disabled-Friendly?

Disney With Disabilities: Do Sweeping Changes Make Disney Less Disabled-Friendly?

May 8, 2014 No Comments   Disney has long been known as a pioneer in accessibility for the disabled. Long before the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 made public access a requirement, Disney was doing what it could to make its parks and resorts more disabled-friendly. Yet some radical changes that began in October 2013 have many in the ...

 

FastPass+, MagicBands and My Disney Experience, Oh My!: Decoding Disney’s Massive Technology Overhaul

FastPass+, MagicBands and My Disney Experience, Oh My!: Decoding Disney’s Massive Technology Overhaul

May 2, 2014 No Comments If you haven’t been to Walt Disney World for a while, you might be somewhat confused by the new alphabet soup. Replacing the hugely popular 15-year-old FastPass system, FastPass+ allows you to book rides in advance, before you ever set foot in the park. My Disney Experience embeds the FastPass + experience into an entire ...

 

Ultimate Orlando Challenge: AKA, This Is a “Mini” MouseAdventure?

Ultimate Orlando Challenge: AKA, This Is a “Mini” MouseAdventure?

April 30, 2014 No Comments Dad and I, along with my best friend Angela, began competing in MouseAdventure’s annual Walt Disney World events in 2012. Part scavenger hunt, part trivia competition, part endurance test, the events are exciting but exhausting. They’re also addictive. When we learned the Walt Disney World MouseAdventure was cancelled for 2014, we were devastated. Enter Kevin ...

 

MouseAdventure: Puzzling Our Way Through Walt Disney World

MouseAdventure: Puzzling Our Way Through Walt Disney World

April 28, 2014 No Comments If you have been to Disneyland or Walt Disney World in the spring or fall, you might have seen a horde of people in bright yellow lanyards dashing through the parks at top speed. Armed with clipboards, backpacks and every type of writing implement under the sun, they clearly appear to be on a mission. ...

 

Gifts of a Lifetime: The Ultimate Personalized Walt Disney World Event

Gifts of a Lifetime: The Ultimate Personalized Walt Disney World Event

April 19, 2014 No Comments For my dad’s birthday in 2009, I arranged for my cousin and her husband to come in from out of town for a family reunion. We planned several days at the theme parks, rented a beautiful condo, and made some terrific dining reservations. Yet I wanted to do something really unforgettable for the actual birthday ...

 

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