Is a Disney Dream Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom worth the splurge?

Thinking of booking a Disney Dream Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah but not sure whether it is worth the splurge? We stayed in one last week and loved the skillful design, split bathroom concept ample storage, and bed options. To help you decide; here is a complete review of our oceanview stateroom plus a few useful tips… Read More

Exploring Eataly Los Angeles with Autism

  Imagine having the luxuries of an Italian market, dining venues, and cooking school all under one single roof. A place where patrons can enjoy Roman pizza, sip a glass of wine as they grocery shop and learn how to make homemade gelato. When I heard that Eataly opened a Los Angeles location, I knew my son,… Read More

Visiting Nashville’s Johnny Cash Museum with Autism

  Nashville Tennessee is notably known for The Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame, but some do not realize it is also the home of the famous Johnny Cash Museum. Located at 119 Third Avenue South Nashville, the Johnny Cash Museum should be in every country and folk music lover’s bucket… Read More

Residence Inn San Jose Cupertino caters to Autism Families

  Located at 19429 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA, this brand new 180-room hotel does not disappoint. With spacious suites and proximity to local restaurants and stores, this property is perfect for those visiting the Silicon Valley. We stayed there last month and found it family friendly and comfortable for autism families. What Works for… Read More

Family Fun Stay at the Aloft San Francisco Airport

  Recently we had the pleasure of staying at the funky, and upbeat Aloft San Francisco Airport hotel. Located at 401 E Millbrae Ave, Millbrae, CA  the property is close to  San Francisco’s Bayfront Park with secluded have walking paths and unobstructed views of planes landing and taking off.  Furthermore, the family fun hotel with its… Read More

Family Luxury Stay at the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco

  Located at 999 California St., the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel is one of the two ‘Grande Dames’ properties along with its neighbor the San Francisco Fairmont. Perched on what some locals nicknamed “Nob Hill” the hotel is a member of Historic Hotels of America. If you want a quiet, classy hotel, family-friendly property close to the… Read More

Family Friendly Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort

  If you are headed to Disneyland in Anaheim California, make sure to check out the Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort. Located at 1460 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, California 92802, you and your family will be minutes away from the happiest place in the world. We recently stayed in one of the 467 rooms and found… Read More

Attending Disneyland’s Lunar Year Celebrations with Autism

  This year Disneyland parks in California feature a multicultural celebration to welcome the Year of the Dog. The festivities, a tribute to several Asian cultures began on January 26 and will go through February 18, 2018!  The festivities started back in 2011 as a weekend event and have expanded this year to three weeks… Read More

Alaska Airlines Exceeds Expectations Despite a 2 Hour Delay

  Last month I had to fly to San Jose for a family affair.After researching several options I booked an Alaska Airlines flight from Burbank Hollywood airport to San Jose California. Despite a two delay, I have to say the airline still managed to exceed my expectations. Booking process I debated whether I should fly… Read More

Ten Must Try Disneyland Snacks

  It is a fact that everyone loves a delicious snack. When visiting the parks with autism, buying snacks beats waiting in lines for busy restaurants. Snack Carts can make mealtimes quicker, not to mention cheaper than sit-down restaurants. Disneyland snacks vary from the traditional carnival variety to unique concussions created especially for the famous resort…. Read More

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