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Top 5 Things to Do in Munich, Germany

Munich, Germany is a city rebuilt after war that takes pride in the cultural heritage of the region.  With so much going on since it's a big city, it can be hard to pick what to do and prioritize on your visit there.  There are palaces, a wide variety of museums, day trips and of course lots of local food and culture to experience. We've compiled this list of some of our highlights to help get you started planning your journey to this amazing place. Walking Tour I personally love to start my visit to a new city with a walking tour, it helps me get the lay of the land and see a few highlights before diving deeper into any particular area of interest. With much of the city rebuilt and restored, a walking tour will be the best way to get your bearings and understand the history behind the Old Town.  The walking tour we went on for our particular trip was great as it allowed us entry into a few places to really see some beautiful things up close, but your Kingdom Konsultant Agent c
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Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow Refreshments at Magic Kingdom has become a fan favorite over the years, often having sizable lines for this small spot.  Tucked away in Liberty Square with gorgeous side views of Cinderella Castle, it is easy to miss but a treat to find.  Sleepy Hollow's menu consists of waffles, corn dogs and funnel cakes, although people typically come here for the waffles.  In the morning you can score a fruit and Nutella waffle for breakfast and later in the day you can get a spicy chicken and waffle sandwich. Because they are so busy, everything is fresh and tasty!  You can even peek the Cast Member's deep frying the goodies behind the cashier when you order.  The chicken and waffle "sandwich" is a personal favorite of mine, it's just such a nice change of pace from burgers and chicken fingers.  At time of writing it is $11.29 and a pretty filling option for the price.  On the menu it is described as "Sweet-and-Spicy Chicken-Waffle Sandwich: Broccoli Slaw w

Top 5 Things to do in Vienna, Austria

Vienna, Austria is a city rich with history and culture.  With so much going on, it can be hard to pick what to do and prioritize on your visit there.  There are palaces, museums, day trips and of course lots of local food and culture to experience. We've compiled this list of some of our highlights to help get you started planning your journey to this amazing place. Walking Tour With many courtyards and cobbled streets in the oldest parts of the city, a walking tour will be the best way to get your bearings and see some highlights of the Hapsburg Empire.  Most walking tours will take about two hours, and your Kingdom Konsultant Agent can help you find the best one for your needs.  There are beautiful sculptures throughout the old parts of the city, so you don't even need to go into museums to start to see beautiful art.  I personally love to start my visit to a new city with a walking tour, it helps me get the lay of the land and see a few highlights before diving deeper into

Giovanni's Table on Liberty of the Seas

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line has wonderful specialty dining options on all of their ships.  They all have some variety of an Italian restaurant and I've tried Jamie's Italian on the Symphony of the Seas and now Giovanni's Table on Liberty of the Seas. The restaurant is located by the Windjammer Buffet, tucked off to one side as you enter the area.  Once inside, the atmosphere is dark and cozy, very different from the buffet hectic world outside the doors.  There is an open kitchen along the one wall and windows along the other.  The restaurant is a set upcharge, and then you can order whatever you want from the food menu that is to your liking throughout the meal.  Giovanni's is actually undergoing some changes on a lot of RCCL ships, but Liberty hadn't had those changes yet so it was still the "old" one, which was fine by us. We had an amazing meal here, and wouldn't hesitate to come back again on a future cruise.  You might see Giovanni's Kitchen

Disney Park Pass System FAQ

When the Walt Disney World Resort reopened in July 2020 after an extended closure, there was a big change to the way we plan a visit to the theme parks. In addition to requiring valid admission, Disney now requires guests to make a park reservation using the Disney Park Pass system. If you haven't been back to the theme parks recently, this new process can be confusing but we at Kingdom Konsultant Travel are here to help!  Here are some frequently asked questions about the Disney Park Pass system: What is the Disney Park Pass System? The Disney Park Pass system is a way for guests to make a required reservation for one of the four Disney theme parks on any given day. Although originally a way for Disney to promote physical distancing in the theme parks, the Park Pass system appears to be here to stay as it allows Disney to continue to manage attendance at the parks. All guests ages 3 and up must have a park reservation in addition to their theme park ticket in order to enter the t

Royal Caribbean - Taste of Sabor Experience

I recently sailed on Royal Caribbean Cruise Line's Liberty of the Seas for my Honeymoon.  The trip itself was quite amazing, but we had a special dinner at Sabor that wasn't on any pre-planning options.  While at dinner at the Chef's Table earlier in our cruise, a nice gentleman from Sabor came by and told us about a similar experience they were trying out at that restaurant.  Of course we decided we had to give it a try! We got the menu to look over and our host for the night came to greet us and go through what to expect etc. This was a new thing they were trying, so we didn't really know much about it going in other than "if you liked the Chef Table, come try this!" He was wonderful, and we had a great time with him. We were at a big table off to the side as you went in (our whole Chef's Table party decided to go for this, so we were old friends at this point!) The table was semi-private, but still somewhat part of the normal dining area so we could pee