Big Apple, Small Budget: Planning An Affordable Trip To New York

New York, New York. Who hasn’t dreamed of exploring the streets of Manhattan and soaking up one of the greatest cities in the world? While you might think that dream will stay a dream because of the cost involved, the truth is that it’s now cheaper than ever to visit New York for a short break.

New York


Interested in discovering the dazzling lights of the Big Apple? Take a look at this useful guide for planning a trip to New York on a budget.

Get clever with flights

If you play your cards right, you could fly to New York for less than £300 return – that’s crazy compared to what a transatlantic flight would have cost you years ago! Using Skyscanner to find the cheapest flights, you could plan your trip around the cheapest flight times and have a blast.

Stay on the outskirts

Like most major cities, it’s cheaper to stay in hotels outside of Manhattan than within it. You could stay at the Melville Marriott Long Island and take the short trip into the city to explore. New York is the city that never sleeps after all, so if you like your rest – a stay on the outskirts might be just what you need to recover after a day of sightseeing.

Enjoy top attractions for less

You’re sure to have a long list of things that you want to see in New York, although they can cost a lot of money when you add everything up. Fortunately, there are some great ways to save money on top New York attractions, which will make it easier to fit everything in on your budget. Keep an eye out for theatre deals and last-minute ticket options for sports events – there are some amazing deals to be found if you can be flexible with your time.

Eat out for less

Just as you would at home, you can find some incredible eating out bargains for top restaurants in New York City. Websites such as Groupon have some fantastic promotions if you know what you’re looking for, while it doesn’t hurt to search online for the best deals. Meanwhile, if you want to enjoy some of New York’s most upmarket restaurants, why not book a table for brunch or breakfast? As two of the cheapest meals of the day, you can enjoy some of New York’s finest dining for much less than an evening meal.


New York is an incredible city to visit, with so many exciting things to take in. It’s easy to plan a trip on a budget, and with the money leftover, you could consider planning a multi-destination trip to another city like Washington DC or Las Vegas. Domestic flights are affordable in America, and with a selection of airports, New York is the perfect destination to begin your trip. A trip to New York will be a memorable experience, so plan your trip wisely to ensure you get to take it all in.

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How I Plan a Multi-Destination Holiday

Topher & I’s honeymoon was a whirlwind of a two-week adventure that we spent in three American cities. There were four flights, six hotels and a two-day road trip in the middle. We travelled with hand luggage only and we were on a budget. That holiday was planned right down to the last detail.

I have a bit of anxiety with trips like this where I don’t like to be unsure. I don’t want to be wandering round for hours trying to find somewhere decent to eat, I don’t want to be getting lost and I certainly don’t want to miss out on really seeing a city.

Topher said this was the best trip he’d ever been on and I agree. We saw so much in so little time, we didn’t have a single bad meal, and we kept to our budget; even going home with money in our pockets and extra souvenirs.

We had a plan in place and adjusted it whenever we needed to.


This blog post is how I planned it and tips on how you can plan your own multi-destination holiday.

Put the kettle on because this is going to be a long one!

So a quick disclaimer when I say multi-destination; I mean multi city (usually in the same country) where there is so much to do and very little time. Not one of those relaxing beach holidays. Because with those, it’s super easy to go with the flow and relaxing is in the title for a reason.

Also, this is just what I do. This isn’t for everyone. It can seem quite restricting to some people but I think it can be quite useful. Particularly for fellow anxious people who want to go on a holiday like this but are put off by all the uncertainty of being in a completely different country and not knowing what to do.

Hell, I got freaked out by having to use the New York subway for the first time so I looked on Youtube beforehand to see how it was done. It definitely saved me from holding up all the locals when I went through the barriers for the first time. Research is my friend. It gives me confidence.

Anyway, enough rambling, let’s dive in.


Set the dates

bullet journal setup - calendar & japan savings

Back in the days where my husband didn’t work in a school – I’d just pick these randomly. Decide on a month and then go with what’s the cheapest. Tuesdays are usually good days to fly but not everyone has that option. We certainly don’t anymore! You do you. Fit your dates into your schedule.

Remember to consider things like time of year and weather depending on the country you’re going to. Because who wants to mess that up? I certainly did when I booked Disneyland Paris in February on a whim. And then forgot my hat and gloves. So fricken cold! Will definitely be picking a milder time of year next time.

Also remember that weather is not always the same between the different cities you’ll be visiting too. I picked September for our honeymoon as I discovered that San Francisco is actually pretty cold in the summer months.


Get a spreadsheet

Or a notebook or bullet journal but trust me spreadsheets are awesome for this kind of planning as they are so easy to edit and they will be edited a lot!

I usually start with a spreadsheet early on where I dump all the information I find during my research so that everything is in one place.


Do a lot of research 


San Francisco - segway

I start by looking up what kind of things we want to do in each location. What are the major sites and do not miss experiences? Use travel guides, books, blogs, Google, Pinterest and also ask people who have been.

Make a list and then you’ll be able to see approximately how much time you need in each location. Decide on what your priorities are. What do you want to see on your holiday?

Do you love shopping? Museums? Sight-seeing? Food? Do your research and find cannot miss locations. I personally can’t recommend blogs enough for this. I spent some time making a list of activities that kept popping up on people’s recommendations along with stuff that Topher and I would be interested in. This led me to amazing things like The Color Factory in San Francisco. Thanks Instagram!



This is the same technique I used for activities. Good food on a budget is very important to Topher and I did all the research for this too. I used Pinterest and blogs and took note of the same places that kept coming up.

It’s especially handy to get recommendations from locals (I bloody love the internet). Though Trip Advisor is great for reviews of hotels and activities, I’ve heard that using them for restaurants tend to lead you to places that are just full of fellow tourists. Not always bad, but it’s nice to get a mix of famous places and stuff the locals love.


Google Maps are a saviour

Google Maps allow you to save locations on your smart phone and it’s a great tool for holiday planning. So all the activities and food locations I’ve dumped into a spreadsheet, I save in Google Maps. It allows me to see where everything is and if we’ll be able to get there.

There was plenty of food places that I wouldn’t have minded visiting on our honeymoon but there were just too far out of the way. And I wouldn’t have realised if I hadn’t have used this tool.

Plus it saves so much time when you’re actually there. If you’re in a country where you have access to wifi or you’re on a “feel at home” type plan like I am then use it. It’s ideal for getting to places quickly and reducing your chances of getting lost.



Los Angeles - hotel room
I tend to save hotels until after I know vaguely where we’re going to be going. Using Google maps, take a look at everything you’ve saved and where would be the best place for you to stay. Because as nice as that hotel you’ve found is, who wants to be schlepping back and forth to something that’s no where near anything you want to do?

Don’t forget to look into what kind of areas are good for staying in too otherwise you could end up somewhere that’s good logistically, but not so much in terms of atmosphere!

And of course, check the reviews. I actually forgot to do this for the last hotel of our honeymoon and it wasn’t the nicest. It’s something that we laugh about now but I’ve certainly learned my lesson. Trip Advisor is your destination for this, though take some reviews with a pinch of salt as some people just can’t be pleased.


Allow for travel time

It’s highly unlikely that the cities you’ll be visiting will be right next door to each other so allow for travel time. And how will you be traveling? For our USA adventure, Topher and I mainly had to rely on planes (NYC to California) but we also hired a car and drove between San Francisco and LA. That drive can be done in a day but we decided to stretch it out over two in order to pace ourselves and get an extra morning in at San Francisco.

Figure out what the best transportation option is for you. Next year when we visit Japan, we’ll be using trains. But people on a tighter budget may consider buses and people who have a much bigger budget can just fly between cities. It all depends on you.

And then make sure to factor in how long your chosen transport will take. Will this eat into some of the activities you planned on doing? This is where the spreadsheet can really come in handy because you can lay it all out.

Madonna Inn - rental car


I leave this until last to plan as you might have dates set in stone or you might just see what kind of deal you get when you book. But it’s usually one of the first things I book. Since I plan big holidays more than a year in advance, it’s too early for flights. Plus you can’t know what flights you need until you know how long you’re staying in each place.

So once it’s less than a year, I tend to use Skyscanner to search for flights. Use an incognito window to search each time as not doing so can affect prices. Damn cookies. Anyway, I also set up an email alert, check back often and when the price is right – jump!

Another tip, if you’re ok flying indirect do it, as it’s usually cheaper.


Set the itinerary

Once you know everywhere you want to go, eat and where you’re staying. It’s time to slot everything into place.

Remember to be realistic. Set one activity for each portion of the day – figure out how long things will take including travel time. Don’t book yourselves a lunch reservation across town when you’re doing something that takes all day.

Also find out things like opening times. Sometimes tourist attractions are closed on random days of the week and it’s so disappointing to find out when you arrive. And some things you need to book in advance. For example, if you want to go up the Statue of Liberty you need to book at least a month in advance. Sometimes more depending on the season. Otherwise you can only go to the island and look at it from the outside.

But then I’ve also messed this up as we tried to visit a specific food market and I got the day wrong. Oops! It would have been funny if we hadn’t walked miles to get there. Don’t do this.

Once again, this is where your saved locations in Google maps is super useful. Link up things that are close to each other to do and eat on the same day so that you’re not zigzagging across the city. A waste of time, money on travel and on your energy.


Budget Baby

Budgets are sexy!….but they really aren’t. Still, I always set the budget after I’ve done my research. Definitely before I book anything though. As our household doesn’t have a lot of disposable income, I like to make sure we can book the holiday far enough in advance that we’re able to save up for it.

This is where the spreadsheet gets edited a lot. Hotels are switched out for cheaper alternatives and I keep a note of everything that will cost money including travel and activities.

To make a food budget I had a quick look at my chosen restaurant’s menus online for prices so I could gage how much we would spend. In every instance I would over budget so we would never be short on cash. And it definitely worked! This was the main reason why we ended up coming home with spare money. Also you find out things like portion sizes. But remember that you can’t know everything before you go. If I’d known how big these pancakes in LA were going to be then Topher and I would definitely saved money and shared a stack.Spoiler alert – I didn’t finish mine. Neither did Topher.

Los Angeles Food - diane vs pancakes

Know what you can afford and plan your holiday accordingly. Because who wants to be stuck with a load of credit card debt, right? And please don’t try the YOLO argument with me because my credit score is flawless baby.


Adjust the plan

Plans are there to be adjusted on the fly. I’m not saying that you must stick rigidly to your plan. It’s just there so you can have an understanding of what you’re doing and not waste your time on getting lost. Shit happens and that’s ok.

For example, when Topher and I were exhausted in San Francisco (and kinda sunburnt), we changed our plan. We’d hiked to this amazing pie shop to find that they didn’t have any air-conditioning and it was hotter than hell inside. We skipped it. I love pie, but not that much.

In fact, we were so tired that we skipped our stroll through the Mission District afterwards and headed back to our hotel. We bought snacks along the way and stayed in bed the rest of the afternoon watching Family Fortunes and Princess and the Frog. Perfect!

If you’re tired and want a break, you just have to ask yourself – will I be sorry I missed this? We’d already been on a bus through Mission District earlier that day so we kinda saw it anyway. It was definitely worth the break for us.

So if you need to adjust the plan, just adjust it. The world won’t end.


Extra crazy planning steps

For our honeymoon I looked up directions to everywhere ahead of time and wrote them in a little notebook. Right down to bus numbers and walking paths. Very weird but in my defense we never got lost and I didn’t have to think about anything because it was already sorted out. This may be a step too far for some people but it really helped me out and made me feel calm.

I actually see myself doing this for Japan too as we don’t speak the language and apparently not all the streets have names. Can someone confirm this for me?

I also kept track of what we spent each day while we were there. Some days we went over, some under. This helped a lot as we knew that we had extra money we could spend. Hello Yoda backpack for Topher.

disneyland californai - yoda bag


How do you plan a multi-destination holiday? Let me know your tips in the comments.

And please tell me if you’re as much of a planning freak as I am. Let me know I’m not alone! But it’s ok if I am – I’m happy in my weird planning bubble. 

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Disneyland Paris Trip 2018

I’ve never done a Disney trip report before but I enjoy reading them on other people’s blogs so I thought I would give it a go! This post is a long one so grab a brew!

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We flew with Easy Jet from Manchester Airport to Charles De Gaulle. Our flight was about 5.30pm on a Tuesday in late February and we flew hand luggage only to avoid paying extra for checked luggage. The flight was only an hour and the only fault I found with the airline was loading the plane could have been a lot more organised.

There were stairs from the tarmac to the plane at both the front and the back which would have been perfect if they had actually let people go where they were supposed to straight away. If you’re near the back you should have been allowed to go to the stairs at the back. But no. Our seats were in the last row and we were made to go up the front stairs. We were somewhere in the middle of the queue and by the time we got near to the back of the plane we watched them open the back door and start letting people in. People that were sitting far in front of us. Ridiculous. If you’re going to open the door, do it from the beginning.

After fighting to get to our row, all the overhead lockers were full of luggage. So we placed ours about 10 rows ahead. This would have been fine if they hadn’t opened the back door straight away when we arrived in Paris. So we had to fight to get to our luggage. And we weren’t the only ones.

All of this could have been easily avoided if they had just opened both sets of doors at the same time in Manchester and people could have gone to the right end of the plane. Much quicker too.

Anyway, as I said the flight was short and before we knew it we were in Charles de Gaulle.

After doing a bit of research previously, I discovered that booking a shuttle was the cheapest and quick option to get to Disney. You can either get the train, the magical express (if you’re staying onsite), get in a taxi, hire a car or book a shuttle. We booked with RS Transport and it was 76 euros for a round trip for the two of us. Perfect for those on a budget as that would normally cost you at least 76 euros one way if you took a taxi.

The driver wasn’t there when we arrived but he kept in touch by text and we only waited about 20 minutes. He came in with our name on a sign and took our bags. The trip was stress free so I’d definitely recommend it.

The Hotel

We stayed at the Cheyenne which had a wild west theme. The theming was perfect and the only fault we had with the room was the hard bed. Luckily the pull out sofa turns into two single beds which are super comfy so we just slept in those.

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Loving the cowboy boot lamp!

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It really felt like you were in a little town in the wild west. Each building was a two floor block of rooms.

Disneyland Paris Trip - shadows

We were in Calamity Jane which made me happy as I love that film. The rest of the hotel has everything you need – a restaurant, Starbucks and a gift shop. A shuttle comes every ten minutes or so to take you to the Disney Village & parks and if you feel like it, it’s only a 15 minute walk.

Disneyland Paris Trip - hotel building

We got into the hotel just after 9.30pm so we just popped to the Disney Village to grab some dinner then we headed back to the hotel to sleep.

Day 1

We hit the ground running today. As we were staying onsite, we got extra magic hours which now include both parks. We started our day in Disneyland park after grabbing breakfast in the village. Something to take note of is that opening and closing times are not exact here and sometimes that really works in your favour. We found out that we could use our breakfast vouchers (as we were on the standard meal plan) in New York Style Sandwiches which opened at 8. Or so they said. They were actually open at about 7.50 so we were in and out and in line for the parks to open for resort guests at 8.30. Perfect.

Disneyland Paris Trip - topher

How gorgeous is the Disneyland hotel?

Disneyland Paris Trip - disneyland hotel

So we arrived into the park and headed straight for Fantasyland. Since the rules changed, it’s only Fantasyland that’s open at 8.30 now so we got in line for Peter Pan. We rode that, Dumbo and the carousel before having a wander and getting in line for Discoveryland to open at 9.30. We headed straight for Space Mountain and discovered that it doesn’t open until 10 (normal park opening time) while Buzz Lightyear and Star Tours open at 9.30. We were about 4th in line but decided to leave to go ride those two first despite the women in front of us protesting that we’d never get to ride it otherwise.

Disneyland Paris Trip - space mountain

So we rode both Buzz and Star Tours before coming back at about 10.10am. The line for Space Mountain was open, we joined the back of the queue and we waited about 15/20 minutes. Actually less time then we would have waiting half an hour for it to open. So yay for taking risks. Afterwards we headed over to the other side of the park and rode Pirates of the Caribbean followed by Snow White’s scary adventures. It was then time for our lunch reservation.

Disneyland Paris Trip - cafe hyperion

We had reserved a table at Cafe Agrabah at 1.30 and this buffet was definitely my favourite. We wandered around Alice’s labyrinth before doing the shops on Main Street.

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Love the view!

Disneyland Paris Trip - maze view

It was about 3ish when Topher started feeling unwell. It turned out he had the flu and the freezing weather wasn’t helping. We decided to head back to the hotel and have a nap to see how he felt. He felt worse when we woke up so I suggested giving the parks a miss for the evening. We took another hour before heading into the Village to look at the shops. Topher wasn’t hungry at all so I had a big back of chestnuts from one of the carts. Nom


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We only met one character this trip and it was Smee! So happy considering Topher dressed up like him.

Disneyland Paris Trip - smee

Day 2

We had planned to hit magic hours again but in Studios but unfortunately Topher woke up feeling even worse than the previous day. I suggested we have a little lie in then go out when the parks normally open. He felt ok enough to go so we had breakfast before getting into Disney Studios just after 10.

I was absolutely freezing today. My layers didn’t seem enough (despite having four of them) and I didn’t have a hat or gloves due to not being able to find them just before we left for Paris. I assumed I’d packed them. I hadn’t. So after we rode the Backlot tour we headed to Disneyland. I bought a pair of what I can only assume were children’s gloves and Topher bought a new hat, giving me his old one. We then rode Indiana Jones, Pinocchio and Small World.

Disneyland Paris Trip - arcade

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Lunch was at the Plaza restaurant on main street and it was really nice. I especially loved the desserts.

Disneyland Paris Trip - cat hat

My awesome children’s gloves:

Disneyland Paris Trip - gloves

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The Mexican restaurant in Frontierland had been kitted out in Coco stuff and it was awesome!

Disneyland Paris Trip - coco

We then headed back to the Studios and rode Tower of Terror. Love this ride so much. We also went to the animation studio as is our tradition at Disney parks and we drew Olaf. We were both really lagging at this point and it was about 5 when we had to give in. I wanted to last until the fireworks but it was not happening. We headed back to the hotel, grabbing a hot chocolate and a macaron on the way and I came up with a plan for our final day.

Disneyland Paris Trip - tower of terror

Day 3

We hit the ground running, grabbing breakfast and going straight to the Studios at 8.30. We rode Crush’s Coaster first which may not have been the best idea with Topher being ill (there was spinning!) but we both enjoyed it and though we felt dizzy, we headed to Ratatouille. This ride was so impressive. I won’t spoil anything but the ride vehicles were amazing. Definitely a must do. I’m so happy they’re making it in WDW.

I knew we weren’t going to be able to dine in the Ratatouille restaurant but I was so pleased to have a full view of it as we exited the ride. How cool is this?

Disneyland Paris Trip - ratatouille

Rock n Rollercoaster was next followed by Tower of Terror again. And we were done. We headed back to Disneyland to see if we could ride Thunder Mountain as it had either been down or busy the whole trip. It was down, but the fast pass was turned on as they said it would be open later. We got tickets.  I’d pushed our lunch reservation to 12pm with the plan of taking a mid day to early evening break so we would definitely be able to do the fireworks and it worked perfectly.

We ate at Restaurant de Stars in the Studios and then headed back to the hotel. We slept and woke up refreshed at about 4.

Disneyland Paris Trip - macaron

We put on an extra layer of clothes (bringing up my layers to 5 with two layers on my legs). Our priorities in Disneyland were Thunder Mountain, Dinner, Fireworks. Our fast pass was a little out, we’d missed it by about 45 minutes but they let us on (I guess because it had been down so much) and it was awesome. Dinner was then at the Mexican restaurant and then we grabbed our perfect firework spot with a hot chocolate each and it was magical.

Disneyland Paris Trip - light display

We hung back a bit afterwards to take more photos before collapsing back at the hotel.

Home time

We checked out and the same shuttle driver picked us up in the morning to take us to the airport. Flight back was fine, though a little delayed – our seats were in the middle of the plane so things went a lot smoother.

And that was it. Despite the cold and illness, we both had a great time.

Bring on the next Disney trip!

Check out my other post for my Observations of Disneyland Paris. 



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Disneyland Paris Observations

Now that it’s been a week or so since I got back from Disneyland Paris, I thought I’d tell you about what we thought of the place. I’ve now been to Disneyland Paris four times in my almost 30 years (ages 6,12,16 and 29) and it was Topher’s first time.

Here are my observations:

  • The castle is definitely the prettiest out of the three Disney’s I’ve been to so far. Sorry not sorry. I also like that it’s on a hill.


  • It’s more of a go with the flow park than it’s American counterparts. Rides don’t always work, fast pass machines don’t always work and the weather can change at any minute (though the same can be said for WDW). I didn’t make a concrete plan like I usually do and I’m so glad I didn’t as it was screwed from the minute Topher got sick.


  • Staying on property is so worth it. I’ve never stayed on property at any Disney park before as I never saw the point. I still don’t see the point for WDW. The magic hours were great but the best thing about being onsite was being able to hop on a bus and be back at the hotel within 5 minutes. Ideal as it allowed us to tackle the parks in short bursts due to the cold and also Topher being unwell. WDW is just too big to be able to nip back to the hotel unless you’re in one of the super expensive ones close by to the Magic Kingdom.


  • The food is definitely not as good as the American parks. If you’re a foodie, prepare yourself. But it wasn’t as bad as I was expecting. As we were on the standard meal plan we had to go to the buffet restaurants which I was dreaded. But I was pleasantly surprised. There was a lot of different foods on offer and there was a lot of healthier stuff too. My favourite was the Agrabah Café as I love me some Mediterranean food. A definite thumbs up for the buffets. And they had roasted chestnuts, hot wine and macarons in the Disney Village. Score!


  • I loved the arcades down the side of main street. A nice touch.


  • Language barrier wasn’t that much of an issue. We got by with the usual pleases and thank you’s as I had forgotten the majority of my high school French.


  • Though there’s still a lot of things around to fix, there’s a lot of money being pumped into the resort now so if you go in the future it will be even better.


  • We stayed at Hotel Cheyenne which was a wild west theme. The theming was definitely on point! We loved it. The only downside was that our bed in the hotel room was so hard! Luckily there is a sofa bed that pulls out to make two twin beds which are so much softer and comfortable. So if there’s only two of you and you don’t like hard beds, use those.


I also asked Topher what his observations were:

  • The cast members coats were awesome. No joke – the moment he saw these coats he couldn’t stop talking about them. If you’re a Dungeons & Dragons/LOTR type of nerd then it’s pretty safe to say that you would love these coats too. I’m sorry but I didn’t take any photos of them. They were forest green, had hoods and kind looked like something an elf would wear.


  • It felt similar to California in size – mainly because you could walk from park to park.


  • He liked that it had different things so you didn’t have to compare everything to the other resorts. For example, Tomorrowland in WDW and California has a space theme while Discoveryland in Paris is space with a steampunk twist.


  • Merchandise was pretty standard across the resort. I noticed this as well. Once you had been in a few shops, it was pretty much the same everywhere. I don’t really know if this is the case with the other resorts as I’ve never really paid much attention to merch until this trip. I guess I’m just mentally preparing for Tokyo Disney as I hear their merchandise is amazing.


  • Thunder Mountain was the best one out of the three we’ve been on so far. Space Mountain here is my favourite while Topher still prefers Florida’s.


  • It didn’t feel as touristy as WDW but not in a good way. Since there’s a train station right there in the resort, anyone can just pop in so it lost a little bit of the “Disney bubble” that WDW has. This was mainly felt in the Village but also a little bit in the parks. Not a major thing, just something Topher noticed.


  • And finally he said that he liked the west side of Disneyland Park. He liked how Adventureland and Frontierland blended nicely.

In conclusion we had a great time and would definitely go back. Just maybe not in February. Damn that was cold! I can’t wait to see all the new stuff that’s being added so I can see us heading back within the next decade once we’re done visiting the other parks. It’s nice to have a Disney that’s so close.

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Have you ever been to Disneyland Paris? What did you think?

Check out our visits to Disneyland California and WDW.

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Honeymoon Video – A Music Video of our Travels

I finally did it. I finished editing Topher & I’s honeymoon video last night.

I’ve been doing it in bursts over the last 5 months (has it really been 5 months?!) and I just bit the bullet and got the last of it done. It’s long overdue but here it is:

For newer readers – my husband Topher and I got married last July and went on our honeymoon in September. We visited New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and then back to New York again. All in 2 weeks. Yep. A little bit nuts. Topher says I almost killed him with all the walking we did! But he agrees that it was the best holiday ever.

Check out my honeymoon posts:

Part 1: New York

What we ate in New York

Brooklyn Street Art

Part 2: San Francisco

What we ate in San Francisco

Color Factory

Madonna Inn & A Californian Roadtrip

Part 3: Los Angeles 

What we ate in Los Angeles

Universal Studios Hollywood

Disneyland California Resort

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