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Agent Spotlight - Yaritza

Where do you call home? We are currently living in Bethlehem, PA but I am originally from Puerto Rico.

Are you married? Yes, it’s going to be 9 years now! His name is Roberto.

Any children? Yes! I’m blessed with one little pirate named Gael and another little pirate due in November 5!

Favorite vacation destination?
Walt Disney World, DCL and anywhere in Europe

Favorite Walt Disney World Resort?  Contemporary Resort

Favorite Walt Disney World attraction? Tower of Terror, I love it!

Favorite Disney restaurant? Tutto Italia. I treasure a memory from me and my husband (boyfriend back then). He surprised me and took me there while we were on a student budget! It was so romantic. We ended up splitting one entrée but we loved it!

Favorite Disney snack? Pineapple Dole Whip Float!

Wishes, Fantasmic or IllumiNations? Wishes!!  

Favorite Disney Souvenir? Coffee Mugs, and any kitchen gadget!

Earliest Disney vacation memory? First time at WDW I was 16! 

Disney Cruise Line, Disneyland or Walt Disney World?
This one is hard. I love WDW but I think I love DCL as much!

Disney experience that brings tears to your eyes? Seeing Disney through my son’s eyes. So much excitement and happiness it’s hard not to cry. When we saw pictures and videos of his second visit I can still feel the excitement and happiness like if we were there.

Where have you traveled aside from Walt Disney World? Germany, Italy, Spain, Monaco, some parts of Mexico, most of the east side of the US, Texas, Washington, Puerto Rico (of course!), Canada, Alaska, and the US Virgin Islands

Favorite TV Show? Bones, Modern Family

Favorite Movie? Top Gun, Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast! Can’t make up my mind!

Favorite Color? Purple

Favorite Book? Harry Potter Saga!, The DaVinci Code

If you had to pick another job besides being a travel agent, what would you do? Stay at home mom, which I am, or Food Critic!



Let Yaritza help your family plan the perfect vacation! 

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