Months in My Life Video

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Mickey Mouse Penthouse Signature Suite Tour!

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Adventureland Suite

I’m so excited to show you guys this video.

When Kolani and I were down in Anaheim, we were able to get a private tour of three exclusive suites at the Disneyland Hotel.

It was an unexpected surprise that we were thrilled to have been able to experience.

Out of all three, this one was our favorite.

I know I’ve said it a billion times but this was one of the best trips I’ve ever been on and being able to share it with all of you is such and amazing feeling.

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Chloe.

Eating at Blue Bayou: Disneyland’s Hottest Restaurant

Before you start scrolling for pictures, I sadly do not have any. I was too in the moment to take pictures. Given, we filmed the restaurant a little bit, however it’s incredibly dark in there. If we’re able to edit the lighting decently, we’ll include the footage in the next Disney Vlog. If any of you have been to Disneyland, I guarantee you’ve gone on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. If you have, you’ll know that shortly after your ride takes off, you’ll see a little eating area to right hand side, surrounded by candlelight.

I remember riding Pirates when I was little, passing beside this restaurant thinking it was so magical and exclusive. Well, with this recent trip, Kolani and I decided to look into finally eating at this gorgeous spot. Unfortunately, there were no available reservations until May. We were pretty bummed, because this had been on our bucket lists for so long.

Entering Blue Bayou through New Orleans square, we were literally like little kids on Christmas morning. We had both been wanting to go there for years and the fact that we were finally getting to go together was a dream come true. We were seated right at the brink by the water. The lighting was dim, the humidity was high, and the atmosphere was heavenly. We were smiling ear to ear the entire time.

We each selected the three course dinner, giving us a starter, entree and dessert. I indulged in the Herb-crusted Rack of Lamb, and Kolani got the Bone-In Rib Eye. It was some of the most tender meat I’ve ever eaten.

Our dinner and overall experience exceeded our expectations. We had such a wonderful romantic time together, and I always look back at that dinner with a smile on my face. If you’ve never been I would highly recommend going, you’ll have such a wonderful, relaxing time.

To check out the menu or make reservations, clickย here.

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Chloe.

Steakhouse 55: a Review

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I’m already drooling just looking at this picture. Okay, let’s do the review.

This was one of Kolani and I’s favorite meals we had at Disneyland. I cannot stress enough how excited we were to be going back there as adults. We were able to see things from a different perspective, and thoroughly enjoy the things we might have taken for granted as kids. Eating, I believe, was one of them.

When you’re a kid, I feel like as long as you have a pb&j or some macaroni, you’re a happy camper. But when adults go out to eat, it’s quite the contrary. We see the prices, taste the wines, and indulge in tender steaks.

As a kid, I may have heard of Steakhouse 55 before, but it didn’t leave a lasting impression like going on Space Mountain a zillion times.

This time around, I was going out to a nice dinner with my handsome boyfriend and a couple members of his family that I had not met before. So, the nerves were real.

Something else that I also have grown to appreciate as an adult is just how much Disneyland values old Hollywood. The music and set designs of various places makes you feel as if you’ll go back in time and see Walt himself.

Steakhouse 55 has those old Hollywood vibes. There are various large pictures throughout the restaurant of some the greatest actors who have ever lived. Behind me was Marilyn Monroe and baseball star Joe DiMaggio, and just across the way was Cary Grant and Ava Gardner.

We feasted like royalty. Kolani got a juicy steak while I got a lobster tail. The four of us shared delicious sides like mashed potatoes, macaroni, green beans, and asparagus to name a few.

I know I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again-this was one of the best trips I’ve ever had. Kolani and I were floating on cloud nine the entire trip. We relaxed under the sun, ate incredible food, and made beautiful memories.

Although it is pricey, I would highly recommend Steakhouse 55 if you’re planning a trip to Disneyland. You can make reservations and check availability by clickingย here.

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Chloe.

Trying Uber!

It’s 2018, so I’m sure all of you have heard of Uber and what it does. It’s pretty much the modern day taxi. Anyone with a nice, clean running car can be a driver. Whether it’s driving full time, or just making extra cash, Uber has taken the world by storm. For today’s post, we’re going to to be taking a look at what it’s like to use Uber as a way to get around town.

Earlier this month, when Kolani and I were in Anaheim for Disneyland, we took 3 Ubers in total for our whole trip.

I’m going to break down each ride to give you a better feel for the situation.

First Ride: from LAX to the Disneyland Hotel (at around 1 am).

As soon as we landed, I pulled up the Uber app, to check out the waiting time. I was required not to to request the ride until I was waiting in the proper area. Kolani and I hadn’t checked any bags, so after we got off the plane, we headed straight to the specific baggage claim area the app instructed us to go to. We found the Uber pick up area outside on the curb and waited. I requested a driver who was estimated to be about 6 minutes out. Once you request a driver, the app will show you their picture, reviews, car model, and license plate. The gentleman was very nice, and helped us with our bags. He briefly made small talk, then had us on our way to the The Disneyland Hotel. I think the only downside of our drive from the airport to the hotel was the fact that the driver straddled lanes often. I know it was late, but I feel like if Uber drivers are required to work late shifts like that, then they should be fully awake and prepared.

Second Ride: to In N Out & the Hotel

Okay, out of all the drivers, this one was my favorite. He was very polite and personable. We headed to In N Out, because it was my first time back in California after two years so grabbing some burgers was a must. Our driver was super down to earth, and the drive from In N Out back to the hotel was barely 15$.

Third Ride: Back to LAX

This driver was my least favorite, his driving wasn’t all that great and he ended up making us a little car sick. He was short with us, a little rude, and his whole care smelled like Cigarettes. Just a tip for Uber: try not to hire smokers because the smell is disgusting and seriously overwhelming for nonsmokers. It wasn’t the best way to leave Los Angeles.

All in all, I think the experience was nice. I think as Kolani & I continue traveling, we’ll use Uber if we have no other form of transportation.

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Chloe

New Disney Video!

Another Disney video has been posted on my YouTube channel!

I feel like this ride is underrated and it has a great views of the park which is a bonus.

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Chloe.