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Recently I had the opportunity to participate in the Behind the Seeds tour at Epcot in the Land pavilion. This tour gives guests a look in more detail at what really goes on in the Walt Disney World greenhouses.  This one hour walking tour through 4 greenhouses allows guests the opportunity to get an up close look at innovative growing techniques used by the Cast Members. We had the opportunity to taste cucumbers grown via these techniques and well as feed the tilapia. This is a tour that I would recommend highly. The price point is very reasonable and availability is excellent. Advanced reservations can be made by contacting Walt Disney World Tours or same day if available at the reservation desk just outside the Soarin’ entrance. XOXO,  Your  Memory Maker Brittany
Mexico’s Major Tourist Destinations The week of January 15 th , the U.S. State Department introduced a new system for alerting Americans about possible security risks while traveling abroad. This system classifies every country based on four different risk levels, as outlined below: Level 1: Exercise normal precautions Level 2: Exercise increased caution Level 3: Reconsider travel Level 4: Do not travel T he following major international tourist destinations in Mexico have been explicitly listed as having no travel restrictions: -        Baja California Sur: Cabo San Lucas, San JosĂ© del Cabo -   -        Quintana Roo: CancĂșn, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Riviera Maya, Isla Mujeres -        Jalisco: Puerto Vallarta More than 35 million travelers go to Mexico each year, often as repeat visitors. Is this the summer you go to an All-Inclusive resort in Mexico? Contact your Memory Maker today to begin ma
The Deluxe resorts at Walt Disney World have 3 bedroom grand villas. These are all great options for extended families or small group trips. They book quickly so contact your Memory Maker ASAP to reserve yours!  (These are photos from our stay at Animal Kingdom Lodge Kidani Village.)
I’m sure most of you are big Disney fans, right?  What better way to show your Disney love than to have a Disney-themed Christmas tree.  Each year, our family loves to reminisce about our Disney trips as we hang ornaments and Magic Bands on our tree.   **Souvenir tip** Purchase a dated ornament each trip so that you can look back on your favorite memories from Disney!
Printed Memories   I love to take pictures when I vacation. Capturing pictures of the food, the location(s), the wildlife, and just about anything that catches my eye. In case I don’t get back there again, I want to remember everything about the trip. Typically when I get home, I will edit my pictures down to a manageable number and create an album on Facebook to share with friends. Not to rub it in that I was on vacation, but rather to allow them to share in the fun. Pictures can provide an escape back in time, as I go through various albums and reminisce about that place. I still print my pictures. When I take my “big” trips, I hope to capture at least one photograph that is worthy of enlarging. My hallways are filled with various pictures from around the world. I encourage you to take lots of pictures while on vacation, if you don’t already. When you have returned to reality and at times the world isn’t being so kind, those pictures will offer you a way to escape back t