Travel with us to Disney World in Orlando, FL on our Disney World Vacation Day One Vlog! In 2019, we traveled from Pennsylvania to Orlando via Boscov's Travel Southwest charter flight out of Reading, PA. Once we arrived in Orlando we took the Magical Express to our resort, Port Orleans French Quarters. For dinner, we went to the Fort Wilderness Campground to eat at the Hoop Dee Doo Revue and check out the Halloween decorations at the campground.
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The Oregon Dairy in Lititz, PA is a destination for delicious Pennsylvania Dutch Food, a market, and seasonal festivals. Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday during October, the dairy’s Pumpkin Pickin’ Days are happening from 10am to 6pm. Bring the entire family for wagon rides, games, a petting zoo, and one of the state’s largest corn mazes. This video was filmed in August 2020 when we braved the corn maze at the Sunflower Pickin’ Days... and we got lost! This video is part two of two. Pumpkin’ Pickin Days: General Admission – $12 for ages 3 – 64, Seniors ages 65 + $10 Punkin’ Chuck’r – $5/launch
In 2019, we booked Boscov's Southwest charter flight out of Reading, PA to Walt Disney World. This vlog is video two of our trip to the Animal Kingdom.
In October 2019, we booked Boscov's Southwest charter flight out of Reading, PA to Walt Disney World. In this vlog, we are visiting the Magic Kingdom. We stayed at a WDW resort so we were able to take advantage of Extra Magic hours and get to the park very early in the morning (like 7am early!)
We traveled to Walt Disney World in 2019 on Boscov's Southwest charter flight out of Reading, PA. In this vlog, we are visiting Hollywood Studios. We stayed at the WDW resort so we were able to take advantage of Extra Magic hours and get to the park very early in the morning! This is PART ONE of our Hollywood Studios Vlog.
We booked Boscov's Southwest charter flight out of Reading, PA to Walt Disney World. In this vlog, we are traveling to a galaxy far, far away to spend a day on Batuu.
Have you ever been "booed" before? I was introduced to this phenomenon after moving into a neighborhood in Lancaster, PA. "Booing" someone simply is a Halloween tradition of surprising neighbors with treats throughout October leading up to the holiday.
There's never a dull moment in Lancaster, PA. The upcoming weekend there are fall-themed events throughout the county. If you're planning on going pumpkin picking or planning on exploring a corn maze, this weekend is one of the last opportunities you have to do so before the season ends. Below are 3 of the upcoming events in the county, listed.
Pumpkin Madness Festival is what Cherry Crest Adventure Farm has decided to name their last scheduled festival of the year. On November 6, you get to bring all your leftover pumpkins from Halloween and fall decorations and figure out how many ways you can destroy them.
Did you know the South Mountain YMCA in Wernersville, PA offers an Adventures Program. Programs include zip-lining, aerial adventures, trail rides, and more. <a href="https://www.smymca.org/south-mountain-adventures">https://www.smymca.org/south-mountain-adventures</a>/
50th Annual Greek Food FestivalThe Adventures of Charlie. Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Reading is hosting their 50th Annual Greek Food Bazaar. What began in November 1970 as a fundraiser to raise money for a new Church quickly turned into a Berks County culinary tradition featuring authentic Greek cuisine and delectable desserts.
Little Timber House, Lititz, PAPhoto by Sara Melissa Frost. On one of the most charming streets in Lititz, PA, you'll find Little Timber House. This business started out as an online-only Etsy shop in 2015, featuring handcrafted and high-quality wood home goods as well as wood jewelry.
Green Dragon Farmer's Market, Ephrata, PAPhoto by Sara Melissa Frost. Located a few minutes outside the town center of Ephrata in Lancaster, PA, you'll find The Green Dragon Market. This ridiculously large spot, 60-acres or so, is filled with everything from fresh vegetables and Amish-style baked goods to gems and second-hand treasures. Since its start in 1932, this place has grown to become one of the largest flea markets on the East Coast, and it's been voted the second-best farmer's market in America by USA Today.
Zig's Bakery, Lititz, PAPhoto by Sara Melissa Frost. French toast bagels - what a tasty surprise. I have lived in the United States for a little over four years, and until last week, I had no idea there was anything such as French toast bagels. I went out for lunch at Zig's Bakery in Lititz, PA, and ordered this specialty bagel with bacon, eggs, lettuce, and tomato. The mix of flavor and the sweetness from the maple syrup-infused bagel was surprisingly flavorful. I usually go for the savory bagels but I'm definitely ordering this one again. In my opinion, whoever invented the French toast bagel is a genius.
Sweet Legacy Gourmet, Lititz, PAPhoto by Sara Melissa Frost. Lititz never seems to disappoint me. This adorable small town in Lancaster, PA is packed with independent shops and kind locals always greeting you with a smile. One of my favorite places to take a morning walk is East Main Street. Here, you'll find everything from independent bookstores and second-hand vintage to candy shops and cafes. One of my go-to stops on this street is Sweet Legacy Gourmet.