Fantasy World Resort Great – Swimming Pool For Kids
One of the things I looked for when I searched for a place for Elise and I to stay was a really awesome pool. Since she was going without her triplet brothers, I was hoping to have a pool that she would be entertained in and hopefully meet some other little girls to play with. I was really excited when I found the Fantasy World Resort online. This pool is really wonderful. It is large, there are nice chairs to lounge in around the pool for those of us who sit on the sidelines or sunbathe. There are cabanas that you can rent for $40/day from 9am-5pm. We didn’t do that but I was amazed, they have flat screen TV’s and ceiling fans in them! If we would have had an entire day to stay at the pool, I would have reserved one.. that is for sure!
Now check out the slide at this pool! There is also a small kiddie section, that lights up at night with fun colored lights. There are a total of 3 pools and 3 hot tubs in the entire complex. But this is the main one with all the fun stuff!
I particularly like the lazy river
It is huge!
The pool gets an “A” from me! Really awesome. There is a nice outside bar also. I didn’t check it out to see what kind of drinks they have, but I saw some people carrying some fruity looking drinks, so I assume it’s a full pool bar.
The two bedroom condo is ok. It is a two story condo, which is really nice and I’ve heard very little “neighbor” noise. The decor is a little older, but clean and neat. This isn’t a gated complex. Upstairs are two small bedrooms. Elise had 2 single beds in her room. She loves the Disney pictures on the walls over her beds. My room has a nice looking king size bed. I was shocked when I sat down on it and realized it is two twin mattresses. There is a big ridge in the middle of the bed. Not a problem for me since I’m sleeping in it alone, but I wouldn’t have been very happy if I was here with my husband. There is no master bathroom, but there is one bathroom upstairs with tub and the downstairs bathroom has a small shower. The kitchen has a dishwasher, microwave and full refrigerator. It’s nice that there is a roll of paper towels and all the basics we need to function for the week, or until we can pick up our own supplies at the store. There is a dining room table with two extra chairs. My evaluation is that if you have kids, then this would be a great place to come. The pool is wonderful! I give it a full thumbs up!! The condo is very ample, but hopefully your master bedroom will have a regular king size mattress rather than what is on this bed.
I also did a post on the Fantasy World Resort on the i.seeKissimmee Blog. On that blog, a woman commented that she had a condo here that they own. She said that they stay there from December to April every year and rent it out the rest of the time. The thing that I really liked was she said that they have updated many of the condos. She said this was one of the ones that had not yet been updated. She said the others were much nicer than this. I would suggest that if you plan a stay here, you request an updated unit.
Our room was provided at a discounted rate for our stay. The opinions and pictures are all my own.
Great Condos at Mystic Dunes Resort In Kissimmee, FL
Driving into the Mystic Dunes Resort and Golf Club is impressive. There is a manned gate attendant (that always makes you feel more secure doesn’t it?) and with the major speed
bumps mountains, you have to go slow through the complex. It is large with several pools and all entangled with a golf course.
We were on the 2nd floor of building 11.
We walked into a nice cool condo that was really large. The tile floor was nice, it just felt cleaner than carpet.
There was a dining room table large enough for most families and an entire mirrored wall that gave the room even a larger feel.
There was a nice size kitchen with a dishwasher, coffee maker (and coffee for 2 days) full size refrigerator and all the dishes we needed.
The master bedroom was impressive! It connected to the lani and had an open large soaking tub with clear glass shower. Nice. The mattress was awesome! There was plenty of space to unpack and I had a TV in the room.
Check out the bathroom in the master suit.
The room Elise stayed had two double beds and a TV. It had a window that was right next to the front of the condo by the walk way. That was one thing I didn’t really like. My friend stayed with us the first two nights and stayed in that room with Elise, but the 3rd night she slept by herself in there and it made me just a bit uncomfortable to be on the other side of this large condo and have her right by the front door and window where everyone walked. But of course everything was fine and we both slept great.
The lani was very nice with a table and four chairs that overlooked one of the golf course ponds.
This was our favorite pool, although we never did get a chance to use it. We were just too busy. But doesn’t it look awesome? There were cabanas you could rent and when we stopped by to take this picture it sounded like they were conducting an aerobics class.
The Mystic Dunes is located only a couple miles away from Route 4, which is the main way to get to all of the major theme parks. It would be an idea place for a couple, especially if you love to golf, or a family. If you would get a unit like we had (flat in a building with 3 floors), I would recommend a 3rd floor condo. We had someone moving into the unit above us one night at around MN (at least I think that was what was going on). There were kids running, and a lot of noise. I think because the floors are tile and not carpet, you hear a lot more than you might in other condos. So if I had children I would want to be sure they were quiet to be considerate of others. I think the resort is kid friendly, but I can also tell it gives a feel that if you are a couple without children with you, you wouldn’t feel over whelmed by children either. Nice combination.
Everything was extremely clean and crisp. You didn’t get any of the hibbie- jibbie feel that some places can give you.
Our stay was not comped, but we did receive a discounted media rate. All the opinions and pictures are my own.
Ready for the Fun & Sun in Kissimmee Florida!
I am going to be heading to Kissimmee, Florida with my daughter Elise soon! We are so psyched! We decided to take a “girls” vacation, since later this summer my hubby and the boys are taking a boys fishing trip to Canada. We weren’t excited about a “fly-in” fishing trip, so we had our pick of vacations.
We could have gone basically anywhere, but we decided to head to Florida. I wanted to take Elise on an airplane (she has never been on a plane before) and I wanted to take her to Disney. I started checking out the i.seeKissimmee Blog and saw that a blogger I knew @DebThompson posting on the blog and I contacted to her to see how she got to have such a fun assignment. She explained and I applied to also be a blogger for the i.seeKissimmee Blog and was chosen (Happy Dance).
After that I started looking for things for Elise and I do to while we were in Kissimmee.
First off…. where are we going to stay? I wanted to find a place that had a cool swimming pool! Since it will just be Elise and I, I wanted a pool where she could have a good time and hopefully meet some other kids to play with on our down time.
We are going to split our time between these two awesome resorts! We will have 2 bedroom condos in both.
I also have four great adventures that have been so kind as to give us tickets to visit.
Disney World – We have one day to explore as much of which ever of four parks we’d like! Oh… can’t wait! Thinking Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios for sure.
Sea World - We have to be sure to see Shamu!
GatorLand - I loved Gatorland several years ago when I took my (now older) boys. They loved it.
And the whole time I’ll be driving a…
Chevy Cruze! - So happy that GM was kind enough to loan us a car to use for the week. I’m excited to see what this car is all about and of course excited that I should be getting great gas milage!
We will have a couple free days that we can go to places we find interesting. I want to get Elise to a beach while we are there. Not only has she not been on a plane, but she’s never been in Florida. I don’t it’s right to visit Florida and not go to a beach, right?
Be sure to also follow our adventures on the i.seeKissimmee Blog, Facebook and Twitter. I’m @OrganizerSandy and I’ll be using #VisitKiss and #SandysFLTrip, so you can follow easily along with our adventures.
Elise is ready!!
Roar and Explore in Columbus, Ohio
I first posted this Roar and Explore on my Explore Ohio with Sandy blog last July. But my family really enjoyed one of our own Columbus, Ohio adventures – Roar and Explore! I did look and it appears that you can purchase the Roar and Explore package again this year.
My family had an awesome vacation in Ohio and just outside of Ohio this year. We started off with the canopy tour, headed down to KY to tour Mammoth Caves and then came back for a three day Columbus Adventure Package called Roar and Explore that you can find here
Here is a Video Recap of Our Three Day Adventure
Day One The Zoo
We planned our three days according to the weather forecast. The first day was the nicest one. Clear skies and cool. It was in the low 70′s, so perfect for the zoo, but a little cold for the water park. The animals were out…. perfect. We walked in and realized it had been awhile since we had visited the zoo. The entire entrance had been redone. It was really nice!
We went to an animal show that was just about to begin and it was really cute. Started off without any people, just different strange animals running across the stage and performing different tricks (like knowing which doors to go in that would open and let another animal out.
It was really fun day for all of us.. we were all exhausted by the end of it and ready to head back to the nice comfy hotel to rest (or go to the pool as the triplets did)
Day two – COSI
It was a bit stormy and rainy so we went to COSI (Center of Science and Industry). They had a special dinosaur exhibit that we were able to go into. This was an extra cost to get into this exhibit. It was nice and the kids had fun. To be honest I don’t know if I would have been excited if I would have paid much more to be able to see it. It wasn’t the kids favorite part of COSI.
They loved the 3-D movie (extra cost) but I think their favorite part and I know my favorite part was the outside exhibit of the construction equipment. They actually got to work some of them (with assistance of course). That was cool.
Day three – Zoombezi Bay
Ended up being a wash for Zoombezi Bay. It was storming and we weren’t able to go. The good thing is that the tickets are good until Sept when it closes for the year.
Drury Inn & Suites
We had a blast at the Drury Inn & Suites hotel. We had two nights there and I can’t count how many times the kids went to the pool. The room was really nice, there was a work out facility that had glass walls right next to the indoor/outdoor pool. Dave used it and was very pleased. We had a very nice warm continental breakfast (no charge for any guest) and the staff was lovely. I’d have no problems recommending it to anyone. The only thought I had was that I wish it were closer to the Zoo and Zoombezi Bay. The one we stayed at was in Grove City.
Our package was provided by ExperienceColumbus.com for our family of five. All the pictures and videos (except the Zoombezi Bay picture) were mine and my opinion was not swayed by the complimentary package. Thank you Experience Columbus, we had a wonderful time. No pictures or videos are to be used without my permission.
This post was first posted July 23, 2011 on Explore Ohio with Sandy.com
Located in Columbus Ohio – Fort Rapids Indoor Waterpark is fun anytime of year
The kids and I went to Fort Rapids in door water park at the end of 2010. I wanted to share this post from my Explore Ohio with Sandy blog with you, so I’m reposting it.
We were invited to go to Fort Rapids Indoor Waterpark Resort and decided to plan it around the triplets 10th birthday. They turn 10 on December 30th, 2010 and we knew with the winter setting in, this would be a great time to go.
We arrived on December 29th and were able to get our park passes when we arrived about 2pm. (you can pick them up by 1pm day of check in) We couldn’t check in our rooms until 4pm, so we decided to go have lunch since we were starving by then anyway.
We came back at 4pm and stood in the line to check in. The lobby was beautiful, and right off the bat I noticed the western theme in everything. Now… where else do you get cookies when you check in? (I know of one other place I’ve been, but they gave you a single cookie, not a tray to choose from)
Once we checked in we had to check the place out. Saw this coffee bar, although I never did get a chance to go inside.
We had to figure out what this machine was. It was outside the restaurant. You had to put in $2 to play. Then you tried to use the claw to pick up a lobster. If you got it up and out of the water you got to have it cooked up and served for free. We saw some people trying later while we were eating dinner. It got noisy… they were all excited and both times thought they had the lobster, but both times it kicked off and got free. It kind of had those loose kind of claws like the stuff animal machines do, so it didn’t have a very good grip on them, there was nothing to hurt them.
Check out the reaction when we walked into our suite called the Bright Angel Point Grand Canyon. It sleeps 12!
It was so much fun for the kids. There was so much to do and with them being 10 years old it was nice that they could be off by themselves while we just sat and relaxed. Dave read and I took pictures! lol (no.. Dave and I didn’t get in the water. Be sure to wear cool clothes because it is humid and warm in there. Great for the kids running around in swimsuits, not so great if you aren’t getting in or you have a new hairdo! lol )
There were life guards everywhere! They were regulating the slides and I don’t think you could look from your left to your right without seeing one.
This guy was funny. He saw me standing there waiting for the kids to come down the slide to try and get their pictures (which didn’t turn out.. by the way) and he said.. hey.. get me in action. He started a slow motion run. lol Cracked me up. (there was no one in the water by the way, he was the guard at the bottom of the slide)
Like I said.. the western theme was throughout not only the hotel, but also the waterpark. This was up in the air as decoration for part of the waterpark.
There was an adult area huge whirlpool tub. No kids allowed. So the adults can get away from it all too.
A really large and nicely done kiddie area. This was one of the cute dumping water features in that area.
Now here is one of the water dumping features for the big kids!! lol
The kids loved it.. Even the littler slides were fun.
A and Kim’s from @craftymamaof4 – son were having fun together.
There was basketball for you to play in the water too.
This is another one of Kim’s sons.
The kids loved the lazy river. It was a popular place and would get pretty crowded, but the kids didn’t mind.
There were all kinds of people here. From babies to elderly. You also realize how big tattoos are now too! LOL Until you see people in their swimsuits, you don’t realize how popular they are. omg!
I’m adding this picture… just because I think it is cool.
We left the indoor waterpark after several hours and went back to our cool suite to shower and change. Then off to dinner.
We would have liked to stop off in the cool game room, but we never did find the time.
As I stated in the video, we weren’t overly impressed with the food. There was a good selection on the buffet and the prices were good. Dave and 2 of the 3 kids got the buffet. They graded their meals a C-, C and B+. The main problem was that some of the food was kind of dry.. I think from sitting out. They do keep them covered nicely.
I ordered from the menu and got a burger and was excited to see the broccoli salad with it. I had a few bites and then stopped.. there was too much dressing on it. Too much mayo taste. The burger was kind of dry also. I left part of the crust and the edges of the burger. A also ordered from the menu. He got a hot dog and loved it! He gave it an A+…. said it was the biggest and best hot dog he had ever eaten. But it took quite awhile for our meals to come. The others had finished eating… 2nd helpings before our food came out. I would have to say that this was the only slightly negative thing that we experienced.
Everyone there was extremely helpful. Other than the people checking me in, I’m sure no one else knew I was doing a review. They provided this cake for the triplets birthday. It was in the room when we got there. I don’t think this was only because I was reviewing. My guess is that this would be a service that anyone would receive. We didn’t have any forks or knife, plates etc.. in the room – so we stopped by the bar area and asked if they had some forks and plates we could use. She did and then when she couldn’t find a knife for us to cut the cake, she went into the restaurant to get us one.
Kim from Crafty Mama of 4 was there with her family the same time we were. That was fun. Our kids and husbands had never met, and the kids got to play some together at the waterpark. They came over and shared the cake with us for the kids birthdays.
There were 2 king beds (one up and one down) and the other downstairs room had 2 queens. (we thought they seemed smaller than our queen at home, so I would have guessed doubles, but info says they are queen) and then a small little room with a set of bunk beds. The couch also pulls out to a sleeper sofa.
The room across from ours was having a family reunion here. Some were from the DC area, others from IL and they met in Ohio and stayed together, visited and the kids got to play. Great idea!!
The suite was unbelievable! There was 2 stories, 4 bedrooms (2 down and 2 up) 3 bathrooms, the living room with fireplace and a kitchenette area. There was no running water in the kitchenette. So that was just a little strange. We had to take our drinks to the bathroom to dump them out. But no biggie. There was a little dryer there that you could dry your suits! We didn’t use it to see if it worked though.
You don’t have to get a suite though, there are all kinds of different options for rooms, from your basic hotel room to the family villas.
The suite we stayed in was the Bright Angel Point Grand Canyon and cost $499 for the night, but with taxes it came to $599. It comes with 12 indoor waterpark passes. The passes are good from 1pm of your check in day.. and extend to the end of the day on your check out day (check out is 11am, but there are lockers that you can change in after you swim if you have checked out).
You can get day passes to the waterpark also. They run $26.99. (prices may vary)
Be sure to visit.. and tell them Sandy from Explore Ohio with Sandy sent you!
Thank you Fort Rapids… we had a wonderful time!
Fort Rapids Indoor Waterpark Resort
4560 Hilton Corporate Drive
Columbus, OH 43232
Disclosure: Our 1 night stay in the Bright Angle Point Grand Canyon suite and 10 waterpark passes were provided at no charge. We paid for our own meals. The pictures, video and opinions are my own.
The Lodge & Conference Center at Geneva On the Lake, Ohio
Dave and I were invited to visit The Lodge & Conference Center at Geneva On-The-Lake and I was more than thrilled! Living less than three hours away from Lake Erie, you would think that I would go up there more frequently. But alas, other than our visit last year, this is only the second time I’ve stayed on the lake.
It is the perfect place for you to stay if you enjoy wine country – it’s in the heart of Ohio’s wine country, directly on Lake Erie just east of Sandusky. There are over 20 wineries near by to enjoy. The Lodge has a wine shuttle that will take you several of them. But you do have to be sure and reserve your spot on the shuttle early because it sells out.
Here is a video that shows you are weekend visit.
It was Easter weekend and cool, but sunny and pretty. Dave is hoping that we’ll get a chance this summer to come back up. He wants to take the kids on a fishing charter on the lake.
We drove up to the area Friday evening so we could visit with his niece, Jamie and her husband Brian along with Dave’s childhood friend Kevin and his wife Kym. They suggested the winery Ferrante, which is close to the Lodge at Geneva on the Lake. We had a really nice meal, along with some fun wine tasting at the restaurant. We wondered why the restaurant wasn’t very busy when it was so nice, but realized later it was because it was pre-season and things were pretty quiet.
We drove over to The Lodge at Geneva on the Lake on Saturday. The town of Geneva was really quant, but we didn’t stop anywhere, we just drove through. We found the Lodge, but it was still too early to check in. We then went on past the Lodge and found the strip of Geneva on the Lake. It reminded me of Virginia Beach or Myrtle Beach. I could just picture people walking up and down the sidewalks with all the open air places to eat and visit. I bet it is so fun! Other than being warm enough to take a boat on the lake, being able to enjoy this area I missed.
We found the Firehouse Winery open and had lunch there. There was a small room on the second floor with just a few tables that over looked the lake. We first thought that the winery was in the blue building, but discovered it was in the red barn looking building to the right in the picture above.
Picture this Ferris wheel with all the seats attached going around…. what a cool view that would be of the lake.
We walked along the lake, back behind the winery. What a beautiful day!
There is plenty to do and see in the area, even off season
We went back to the Lodge and checked into our room. Walking into the lobby you immediately had a feel of … “wow, this is a nice place”.
There are several places that have groups of comfortable seats.
Then we had to check out our room. The room was very nice. We had a king room with a balcony and great view of the lake. Loved that! There are other rooms that have options such as whirlpools, family rooms with bunk beds and a couple recently upgraded two-room suites.
Check out the view we had from our balcony! See the gazebo? Guess what happens there? Yes… weddings! Wouldn’t that be a beautiful setting? You wouldn’t have to worry about the hot sand of a beach wedding! lol
The Lodge at Geneva also has an indoor pool and hot tub (although we didn’t indulge on this trip) along with an outdoor pool that looks out on the lake.
We ate our dinner on Saturday night at the Horizons Restaurant in the lodge. You walk into the restaurant to a really cool fireplace and buffet. It is really inviting.
Then you look behind the fireplace and see an entire wall of windows looking out at the lake and the gazebo. When it gets dark the gazebo is all lit with white lights… nice!
I thought it was cool to see this couple sitting out by the water on the bench. The whole feel of the lodge feels romantic to me.
We had the breakfast buffet the next morning (Easter Morning). We did not stay for the Easter bunch that was taking place in just about an hour or so. Our breakfast was nice, not spectacular but good. . My omelet was fine, but Dave said his french toast wasn’t very good. But the coffee and atmosphere were awesome. I’m thinking the focus might have been on the brunch since it was such a special event and not the regular breakfast.
We checked out the marina on Saturday. It seemed strange seeing a marine without any boats. Come May it will be full of boats.
What a nice place to visit! It is actually just a walk from the Lodge at Geneva on the Lake.
There are so many things to do. Obviously boating and fishing, but there is also canoeing, hiking, nature walks, golfing, a tour of historic covered bridges, lighthouses, museums, Underground Railroad sites, restaurants and entertainment. wow!
I would not hesitate to recommend The Lodge at Geneva on the Lake to anyone and I am recommending it to all of you!!
The Lodge & Conference Center at
4888 North Broadway
Geneva-On-The-Lake, Oh 44041
Our Saturday night stay, dinner and breakfast at The Lodge & Conference Center at Geneva on-the-Lake. This did not influence my opinions. The pictures and video are all my own and are not to be used without my permission. (You are welcome to pin the pictures on pinterest though)
Vacation in Denver Colorado
Dave and I are celebrating our five year anniversary in Colorado. We are in a cabin about 12 miles away from Divide, CO. It is beautiful! The only issue is that we are both having some problems with the altitude. We are about 9,000 ft. Even though we have been trying to drink a lot of water, we are both having problems with headaches. I woke up this morning feeling terrible! First morning here. My head was throbbing. But it did get better after I was up a little bit, ate and drank and took some ibuprofen.
Here are some pictures of our place. I might not have any more posts up this week. As soon as we get back from our trip on Tuesday I’m off again for business on Wednesday.
This is looking down on the living area. Look at that window to the left….
Here is looking out that window from the 2nd floor of our place.
This is it from the outside.
So we have a cool window… but if we aren’t looking out onto a cool view – what good is it right? This is our view! That is Pikes Peak out there.
We got there and within ten minutes this is what we see off our deck.
We are staying at a cabin called Pikes Peak. This is not a review, we paid full price for our place. But I wanted to share how wonderful it was. I’m sure I’ll post some more pictures later this week if I get a chance.
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Beautiful Place to Visit in Ohio
The Inn at Honey Run in Holmes County is in the heart of Amish country.
This is a picture of their Facebook bird cam. I kid you not. They have a camera mounted that takes pictures. I am assuming maybe it is action motivated. I wondered who was spending all the time watching for birds and taking pictures. They are posted on their FB page. How fun is that?
There is so much nature here. It is sooo quiet and peaceful. It began raining right after we arrived, but only lasted a half hour or so. When we came out, the sun was out, the rain was dripping off the flowers and it was absolutely beautiful. Everything looked so crisp and clear, the birds were singing.
Isn’t this orange tulip awesome!
This candle that hangs from the walk way up to the entry had a drip of rain that I kept trying to catch as it hit the top and bounced off. I didn’t have the luck, but still loved the picture.
This robin was very accommodating as we were driving out of the parking lot to go to dinner. She just sat there and let me get a couple good shots.
We went into Berlin and had a great dinner at Boyd and Wurthmann restaurant. It is an Amish run restaurant and the portions were huge and food was great!
I always love to see the horse and buggies. Dave’s farm is in Amish country, so we get to see a lot of them, but I don’t know that I will ever tire of trying to get some good pictures of them.
Be watching on my Explore Ohio with Sandy blog for the entire post. I’ll plan to link it to this post once it is finished.
Also be sure to look for the exclusive offer at the bottom of that post. (Hint…. if you call and reserve a room for at least one night, you will get a $25 gift cert to use in either the spa, restaurant or gift shop! You just have to tell them that Explore Ohio with Sandy sent you!!)
My room at the Inn at Honey Run is complimentary, but has nothing to do with my opinions. The photos and thoughts are all my own.
Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina
Dave and I had the opportunity to visit the Ocean Isle Inn and had a really nice time. It was off season and just a bit cooler which was actually perfect for us. Dave isn’t a big fan of large crowds or high temps, so he was thrilled.
The Ocean Isle Inn was a nice, moderately priced hotel that was very clean and comfortable. It wasn’t luxurious, but you also aren’t paying luxurious prices to stay there either. We had an awesome balcony that over looked the ocean that I loved!
We had a full breakfast bar each morning in the hotel. We had fun using the waffle maker! yum! It is a really nice to not have to go out some place for breakfast and know that it doesn’t cost you anything extra.
There was a nice in door swimming pool also.
The outdoor pool was really nice also. It was so nice to sit outside by the pool with my computer and look at and hear the ocean. oh…. wonderful!
Dave did some fishing off the pier that is within walking distance.
Since it was off season there were many places that were closed. I would have loved to have walked to the ice cream shop in town and gone to a few of the restaurants that were close by. But there were still plenty of places to eat, things to see and places to shop.
We had a couple absolutely wonderful days staying at Ocean Isle Inn and exploring Ocean Isle.
Thank you Ocean Isle Inn for inviting me to review your hotel and sponsoring my stay.