When planning Disney World vacations I’m asked many questions. What is the Magical Express? How do I use my MagicBands? Where can I eat dinner with the Princesses? And then there is the question that usually leads to a lot more questions. What is the FastPass?

So what is a FastPass? Well, as I like to say it’s a magical way you can get more out of your Disney Vacation by reserving a time for your favorite attraction, show or character greeting and bypassing the standby line. That is a simple answer to a somewhat complex thing. Today, I will share with you the basics of the FastPass+. I must note that this a basic overview of FastPass+. To get the most out of this free time saving service Disney offers it is best to have a conversation with your Me and the Mouse Travel Specialist. The one thing we all have in common on this team is getting the most out of your Disney vacation and FastPass+ definitely will help do that!

FastPass+ is a free service that allows guests an opportunity to reserve a time to many of the attractions, shows and character greetings. FastPass+ is available to both Disney guests staying at a Disney Resort and for those not. For this blog we will make the assumptions all guests are staying at a Disney Resort. FastPass+ service is, in my opinion better for those staying on property.

Here is how it works.

  • You can begin making your FastPass+ reservation at 7:00 a.m. Eastern Time 60 days in advance of your visit.
  • To make a reservation in advance of your trip either log onto your My Disney Experience mobile app or on the website.
  • Once logged on you can select up to three FastPass+ experiences you would like for the park you are visiting on that day. You will be guided through your options and times and simply select what you would like. For example, at the Magic Kingdom you could visit Mickey Mouse at 10 a.m. and ride Space Mountain at noon and reserve a spot for the fireworks at 10 p.m.
  • You can make selections for each day you have tickets on your vacation.
  • The FastPass+ selections are automatically loaded onto your MagicBand.
  • Once you arrive at the park a Cast Member scans your MagicBand at the attraction, show or character greeting at your designated time and you are in.
  • You can make changes to your selections in advance or even the day of by logging onto your My Disney Experience mobile app.

So that is a basic understanding of how it works. Like I said there are many other features and little secrets to get even more out of this amazing free service. To find out more of the advance features of FastPass+ contact your Me and the Mouse Travel Specialists. They will help you by explaining how to book additional FastPasses once you’ve used yours for the day, what rides you should try to get a FastPass for and much more!

Ryan Gross

Travel Specialist

 

 

With the continued hype of Jurassic Park movies, it’s no doubt that the T-Rex restaurant in Disney Springs is still as popular as ever!  This dinosaur themed restaurant is sure to excite the kids in your group and equally satisfy the taste buds of the adults.   

Open for lunch and dinner, T-Rex is a table service dining location with an extensive menu.  As simple as burgers and fries, to seafood and steaks, to salads and pastas, there is something for everyone!  The kids also have some of the most extensive menu options I’ve seen.

As you check in at the podium, you will not miss the 15 foot T-Rex proudly on display as you get ready for an exciting dinner.  To your left you will see the beginning of the themed rooms throughout the restaurant, a room and bar with giant octopus tentacles overhead and a fish tank as the back drop.  As you continue to walk though, other themed areas including a color-changing ice cavern and a fern forest with giant wasps will not go unnoticed.  To keep you completely immersed, every 20 minutes the entire restaurant comes alive as a meteor shower gets every prehistoric creature to react.

Such a variety of food will have you second guessing what to try this visit.  You may want to consider splitting with someone so you can try a couple of different tastes they have to offer.  From the Mega Mes-O-Bones ribs to the Prehistoric Pasta with Chicken, the portion size will not leave you feeling hungry.  There is also a variety of prehistoric drink options to enjoy as you dine, from a glass of wine to a Candy Apple Cotton-tini, there is a drink for satisfy all.  You do not want to skip dessert either!  My favorite (which is made to feed up to four guests), is the Chocolate Extinction.  With some fudge cake, ice cream, caramel and bits of Butterfinger crumbs, this dessert had me eating my husband’s portion as well….do not miss this!!

As you exit, stop at their Dino-Store to check out unique merchandise the kids will love. They are sure to find a great souvenir to bring home.  If they like Build-A-Bear, they will love the chance to Build-A-Dino as a way to remember this fun dining experience.  If you want to skip the shopping experience, at least check out the Paleo Zone, a hands-on experience where the kids will enjoy digging for hidden dinosaur fossils.  They can also pan for treasure in Discovery Creek or check out the interactive displays to learn about “the time before time”.

This location does take reservations starting at 180 days from your trip.  It can be quite the popular spot, so make sure you have your Me and the Mouse Travel Specialist add this as one of your choices for dining during your stay.  I personally love to put it on our radar for an Animal Kingdom park day…it really ties in our day in the park and extends it to the evening hours!

Megan Thompson

Travel Specialist

 

 

Looking for something special for a diehard Harry Potter fan? Well, Celebrating Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort is just what you’ve been wanting. You can be part of a magical 3 day event presented by Warner Bros. and Universal Orlando Resort.

The event takes part January 26 to January 28, 2018. There’s a lot to see and do in this action packed 3 day event! Not only is there a Q&A session with 5 actors/actresses from the Harry Potter movies, but you’ll be able to learn some wand combat skills, hear from 2 graphic designers for the films, learn special effects secrets, and get sorted by the sorting hat. All of these activities and more will take place at both parks, so you’ll need to make sure you have a park to park ticket.

The best way to make sure you get the most of this 3 day event is the A Celebration of Harry Potter Premium Vacation Package. This package includes on-site hotel accommodations, park to park tickets, and guaranteed access to select event activities. It includes an exclusive autograph and photo session with select film talent, an evening reception at the Harry Potter Expo, breakfast at the Three Broomsticks, exclusive Evening at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter with desserts and one complimentary Butterbeer, not to mention a lot of other special inclusions.

By booking A Celebration of Harry Potter Vacation Package, you’re allowed early access to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. These sections of the parks will open an hour earlier to guests staying on property. With the extra hour, you’ll be able to access Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley with reduced crowd levels. Set against the backdrop of Universal Orlando’s amazing theme parks, you’ll explore The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ – Hogsmeade™ at Universal’s Islands Of Adventure™ and Diagon Alley™ at Universal Studios Florida™. Experience Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey™, Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts™, and other thrilling attractions. Ride the Hogwarts™ Express* and travel between King’s Cross Station in Universal Studios and Hogsmeade™ Station in Islands of Adventure.

This is definitely on a must do list for a Harry Potter fanatic! There are many more experiences and magic that will happen over these 3 days than what’s mentioned above. We’d be happy to let you know of all of the special things that will be happening from Jan 26th to the 28th. Be sure to contact your Me and The Mouse Travel Specialist today!

Leigh Miller

Travel Specialist

 

When designing the perfect vacation package, there are a lot of questions to ask yourself? What resort would we like to stay at? Base tickets or Hopper tickets? Dining plan or no Dining plan? These are all important questions that your Me and The Mouse Travel specialist is ready to help you navigate and answer as we build a tailored vacation package for YOUR family.

Is the Disney Dining Plan worth adding to my vacation package? What’s included in the Dining Plan? Do we have to order from a select few entrees? These are just are a few questions about the Disney Dining Plan that we are asked from our clients.

YES!!! The Disney Dining Plans is worth it. With over 200 restaurants on property that accept the Disney Dining plan, you will find a wide variety of dining options on the menus at restaurants across the parks, resort properties and Disney Springs. Your dining credits are available from the moment you check-in to your Disney resort and are applicable until midnight of the night you check-out. This flexible plan allows guests options in using their dining credits.

The Disney Dining Plan can actually SAVE you money. In fact, it is about a 15-20% savings on the Disney Dining Plan and about 20-25% on the Deluxe Dining Plan. My family was recently on vacation at Walt Disney World and this is an example of one day’s dining for 1 adult.

Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Cafe – $18.00 (entree and drink)

Snack (Dole Whip) – $5.00

Character Dinner at Chef Mickey’s – $60.00

Snack (The “Plaza” Ice Cream Sundae) -$6.00

Total Cost – $89

With the 2018 Disney Dining Plan (Disney’s most popular dining plan), you receive 1 table service restaurant, 1 counter service restaurant and 2 snacks per person for each night’s stay at your Walt Disney World resort. In addition, NEW for 2018 guests have several new beverage options available including non-alcoholic specialty beverages and, for Guests 21 and older, beer, wine and cocktails with their meal. The cost of the day’s worth of dining on the Disney Dining Plan would be around $70.00!!!

Whether your a family who is “on the go” and doesn’t want to be “too scheduled” with your day, a family that enjoys adding character meals to their itinerary to get that extra one on one time with multiple Disney characters, or a couple looking to experience the amazing Signature Dining experiences that Disney offers its guests, there is a Disney Dining Plan for you! Your Me and The Mouse Travel Specialist will work with you to determine which dining plan (Quick, Disney or Deluxe) is the perfect fit for your Disney vacation.

If you are like my family, you like having the details of your vacation taken care of. Adding a Disney Dining Plan allows you to save money, as well as lets everyone choose exactly what they want to eat without having to discuss: “How many drinks are we buying? Can I have dessert?” With the Disney Dining Plan, the details are already taken care of for you.

We love the ease and money savings that the Disney Dining plans add to a resort guests stay at Walt Disney World. Let your Me and The Mouse Travel Specialist know that you want to include the a Disney Dining Plan to your resort vacation package.

2018 DISNEY DINING PLAN PRICING

*All Disney Dining Plans include a Resort Refillable Mug ($18.00 value) for each guest

**Guests 2 years old or younger do not have to be on a Dining Plan, but are welcome to share a meal with another family member.

Per Adult, Per Night Per Child, Per Night

(ages 10 years and older) (children ages 3-9 years old)

Quick Service Dining: $53 $22

Disney Dining Plan: $76 $26

Deluxe Dining Plan: $116 $40

Any other questions? Contact your Me and The Mouse agent!

Tressa Krippel

Travel Specialist

 

Want to relive the time you rode the Hulk? Do you want to forever keep the moment you posed with a dinosaur? Consider adding My Universal Photos to your Universal package. I purchased this package on my last Universal trip and I absolutely loved all of the memories I get to keep forever. Here’s what you need to know:

Where do you purchase My Universal Photos? There are a few different ways to purchase My Universal Photos. My first recommendation would be to mention your interest to your Me and the Mouse Travel Specialist. He or she can add it to your package at the time of purchase for the best price. If you forget to add it early, there are several kiosks located throughout Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure that will add the photo package. Once purchased, you will receive a lanyard and a card that will be scanned at all photo locations to save your images.

Where can we have our photos taken? Universal photographers and photo stations are located through Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and Volcano Bay. Character Meet and Greets like Transformers, Spider Man and Shrek are all photo locations, as well as the Raptor meet and greet in Islands of Adventure. There are also several areas within the parks with a timed, automated camera. I loved the ones at Volcano Bay! However, my absolute favorite moments are the ones you can’t capture yourself. The on-ride photos at Rip Ride Rockit, Hulk and Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey were a family favorite for us.

How much is it to add the photo package? There are two different options: a one-day pass is priced at $69.99 plus tax and the three-day pass is priced at $89.99 plus tax if purchased ahead of time. With the package, you get unlimited downloads of all of your photos, view and share through the Amazing Photos app, 1 free 4×6 and 5×7 printed photos as well as discounts on any other prints or photo products. It is definitely a great value!

For any questions regarding your Universal Orlando Vacation or to add My Universal Photos to your package, please speak to your Me and the Mouse Travel Specialist.

Julie Stewart

Travel Specialist

 

It’s finally here! You’ve been waiting in line for the last 50 minutes to meet the man himself, Mickey Mouse! Your 4-year-old has been talking about this moment since the trip countdown started. You have your phone ready to video the reaction on her face and then you realize…you only have 3% left of battery life.

Now what? Hopefully you at least purchased the Memory Maker package to capture the still shots of the moment, but you really were looking forward to watching her videoed reaction with her grandparents when you returned home.

What went wrong? You had the phone fully charged before leaving your room, you took a few pictures walking into the park, took a short video of the morning show and afternoon parade, posted pictures to Facebook while waiting in line and reorganized some of your FastPasses on the My Disney Experience app. All of these things can cause the battery life to fall…fast.

The resolution is simple, pack a portable phone charger before you go. There are many out there, so you may need to research which one will work best for you.

If you are already there and forgot to get one before leaving, Disney still has your needs covered. Throughout the parks and the resorts, they have FuelRod stations. There are some very positive things about these FuelRod chargers:

  • You can purchase them on property if you underestimated your need to have a portable charger.
  • If you use the FuelRod charger in the park and you drain it, you can easily swap it out at another station for a fully charged one at no cost.
  • If you choose to keep the same one, it is fully rechargeable with a USB adapter.
  • They come with an adapter plug for both an Android and iPhone.

If you know you will benefit from the ease of swapping dead chargers for fully recharged ones, you may want to consider purchasing a FuelRod before you travel. In Disney, the FuelRods currently sell for $30 each. Online, these chargers start at $20 (with a $5 delivery charge **pricing may vary at some locations). So, if you wanted to get a couple for the guests in your group, you are paying $45 versus $60 in the park. It is a great option to save some money.

Although we would all love to be able to put our phones away on vacation, the functionality of a phone is ideal depending on your needs. Whether you want to capture candid photos, videos, vlog, or use the My Disney Experience app while there, a phone’s functions are a necessity to fulfill those needs. It is best to be prepared from the start to alleviate any stress something as simple as a dead phone could cause.

Megan Thompson

Travel Specialist

 

Walt Disney World is home to 27,000 acres of land. Spread throughout the property are resorts, theme parks, water parks and shopping districts. There are multiple ways to navigate these areas – busses, monorails, boats or cars. Today’s blog will explore the option Disney transportation or driving yourself.

First, I must declare that because I’m a former Cast Member, driving is my preferred option as I know the roads quite well. However, that wasn’t always the case. Prior to working for Disney I relied heavily on their transportation. I will focus this blog on the advantages of Disney transportation and driving rather than the disadvantages.

Let’s first take a look at the advantages of Disney transportation. Disney’s fleet includes over 400 buses, approximately 40 boats, 12 monorail vehicles and the new Minnie Vans by Lyft. Taking a bus, monorail, boat or Minnie Van will get you close the entrance of the park. You skip the step of parking and boarding the tram then going to the entrance. Knowing the roads and routes of Disney World isn’t necessary and you avoid the stress of driving in theme park traffic. Finally, you save money by not needing to rent a car and pay for fuel.

Now let’s take a look at the advantages of driving. You have complete freedom to leave when you want and go wherever you feel like it. You get in your car and you’re off! You can also go wherever you like on or off Disney property. (Outlet stores anyone!) When dining at other resorts there are no transfers of Disney transportation, you drive up to the security gate and they scan your MagicBand and you’re in! Plus, you get free parking. Here is the added bonus of driving yourself. You can explore Walt Disney World. That means driving past the new entrance to Hollywood Studios or seeing other construction take place, (both things that a Disney nerd like myself enjoy).

Lets recap! If you want dependability and convenience you stick to Disney transportation. There are few headaches here except for the occasional tired child who happens to be a little fussy on the bus ride back to the resort when the park closes. (Yeah can’t blame them and I’ll be honest I think that is me some nights!) If you want a little more freedom and exploration opportunities than you take the car. You’re in control with this option but you will walk a little more in parking lots and at the end of the night you will be asking “did we park in Goofy row 97 or Donald row 57?”

Ryan Gross

Travel Specialist

 

On a recent visit to the Magic Kingdom we encountered the Main Street Philharmonic. I will be honest, we have seen countless parades that include them and have often seen them playing along Main ​S​tweet​ USA​, but this was the first time we stopped to enjoy their performance. In fact, we were trying to head to Tomorrowland for our expiring fastpass. The kids were very engaged listening and watching them perform. They quickly sat down and asked to stay for their performance. We almost even missed our fastpass, but no one seemed to mind.

The Main Street Philharmonic is a 12 piece brass and percussion band. As we were approaching them, they were playing traditional Christmas songs. There were even a couple of small children that were dancing in front of them as they played. In between songs, members of the group would step forward and speak. They would explain what they would be playing next and even asked for requests!! We truly enjoyed their medleys, especially the Christmas songs. They are a small but mighty band and their music filled the air in front of Cinderella’s ​C​astle. Each member was introduced throughout their performance and many humorous puns were shared!

The band played for approximately 20 minutes before they headed back up Main street. Although their times and/or locations of their performances are not published, one of the band members did verbalize to the audience when and where their next performance would be. Although, this was not our first time hearing them play, it was our first time taking the time to stop, listen and enjoy! They are a classic Disney entity and one that I am certain we will stop to enjoy again soon​.

What song are you looking forward to hearing the Mainstreet Philharmonic perform on your next visit?

Your Me and the Mouse Travel Specialist is ready to assist you in planning for your next vacation!

Missy Zolecki

Travel Specialist

 

When it comes to transportation at Disney, a flying carpet, a pumpkin carriage, or some pixie dust with happy thoughts may seem like just the ticket to get from one place to another.  Making sure you know some of the basics of the transportation options is very important, that way when the clock strikes 12 you aren’t rushing out to your pumpkin (or late for a dining reservation).

Walt Disney World provides on-site transportation to ALL of their guests via:

  • Magical Express

  • Bus

  • Monorail

  • Ferry, water taxi, or boat

Also,

  • “Minnie Vans” by Lyft

Coming soon

  • Disney’s Skyliner

Magical Express

Walt Disney World Resort guests that will be flying into Orlando International Airport (MCO) will enter the magic of Disney soon after exiting their flight.  They will go to the main terminal and head down to Level 1, Side B and prepare to board the “Disney’s Magical Express”.  Disney’s Magical Express will transport guests to their resort from the airport and back again at the conclusion of their stay at Walt Disney World.

Magical Express Tips

  • Magical Express is complimentary although it is customary to tip your driver ($1-$2 per bag driver stored for you).

  • Do NOT pack your magic bands in your luggage.  They will be scanned to check you into the Magical Express and will be your room key when you arrive to the resort.

  • Disney will pick up any checked luggage for flights arriving into Orlando between the hours of 5am – 10pm.  It typically takes 3-4 hours for the luggage to be delivered to your room.

  • Make sure to pack anything you will need in your carry-on for the time before your luggage is delivered.

    • Swimsuits if you plan on swimming

    • An extra outfit for everyone

    • Medication

  • Car seats are not needed on the Magical Express but if you have one it will be stored under the shuttle in the luggage holding area.

  • If you have small children or babies be prepared with snacks or entertainment in case you have a wait.

  • It will take you about an hour to get to your resort from Magical Express.

  • You will receive a transportation notice from Magical Express the night before stating your pickup time back to the airport.  This is typically 3 to 4 hours before your flight.

  • If you are flying domestically you may be able to take advantage of your resorts airline check-in.  This allows you to check your luggage and print your airline boarding pass.  Make sure to do this at least 3 hours before your flight.

Disney Buses

Disney buses are the most common form of Disney transportation on property.  The buses are complimentary and will help save you the stress of navigating WDW.  Disney states that the buses run “roughly” every 20 minutes.  There are screens at the bus stops that will let you know when you can expect your buses arrival, which is very accurate.

Disney Bus Tips

  • Buses do not travel to the theme parks from Disney Springs.  You will need to take a bus to a resort and then take another bus to the theme park you are going to.

  • Bus service does not travel from resort to resort.  You will need to take the bus from resort A to a theme park and then take another bus (or monorail or water taxi) to Resort B.  Please allow up to 90 minutes when traveling from resort to resort via Disney’s bus system.  A good rule to follow when catching a bus transfer at a theme park is to go to a theme park that is closest to the resort you are trying to go to.

  • Disney buses ONLY travel on Disney property.

  • If you have a stroller with you it will needed to be folded up before you are allowed to get on the bus.

  • No food that is uncovered or liquids in an open cup are allowed to be brought onto the bus.

  • Allow an hour to get between resorts and theme parks via the Disney buses.

  • Bus service isn’t offered from resorts-to-parks when there are other means of transportation offered (monorail, ferry, etc).

Monorail

The monorail system operates on 13.6 miles of track on 3 different lines: Express Line, Magic Kingdom Resort Line, and Epcot Line.

Express Line has stops at:

  1. Ticket and Transportation Center

  2. Magic Kingdom

Epcot Line has stops at:

  1. Ticket and Transportation Center

  2. Epcot

Resort Monorail Line has stops at:

  1. Contemporary Resort

  2. Polynesian Village Resort

  3. Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

  4. Ticket and Transportation Center

  5. Magic Kingdom

The monorail starts running for the day 30 minutes prior to the earliest park opening and closes 1 hour after the latest park closing transporting on average 150,000 people daily.

Monorail Tips

  • Guests may no longer ride in the front car with the driver.

  • For guests with small children you may generally keep the kids in the stroller.  If it is during particularly busy time cast members may request that strollers be folded to be able to fit accommodate more guests.

  • The monorail does accommodate guests in wheelchairs or ECV’s.

Ferry, Water Taxi, or Boats

Ferry

The Ferry boats typically begins operation 30-45 minutes before park opening and cease operation 45-60 minutes after park closing.  When heading from the Ticket and Transportation Center to Magic Kingdom, you have a choice of riding on either the monorail or a ferry (located to the left of the monorail).  I’ve found that although the timing is supposed to be similar,  I enjoy taking the ferry.  The ride is about 6-10 minutes long.  If you notice a long line at the monorail forming, I would head over to the ferry and take a nice relaxing ride, taking in the scenery across the Seven Seas Lagoon.  Seating options are very limited but if you are traveling with a stroller there is no need to fold it while on the ferry.

The ferry boats are named:

  • Admiral Joe Fowler

  • General Joe Potter

  • Richard F. Irvine

Water Taxi

Water taxis are available from some of the moderate and deluxe resorts on property to the theme parks and Disney Springs.  Each of the routes run on 15-30-minute intervals.   Strollers are required to be folded before entry.

There is a boat launch at Magic Kingdom that water taxis to the following resorts:

  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

  • The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

  • Disney’s Contemporary Resort

  • Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

  • Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

  • Boulder Ridge Villas at Wilderness Lodge

  • Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

  • Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground

Hollywood Studios and Epcot are both available via waterway from the following resorts:

  • Disney’s Boardwalk Inn

  • Disney’s Boardwalk Villas

  • Disney’s Yacht Club

  • Swan and Dolphin Resort

  • Disney’s Beach Club Resort

  • Disney’s Beach Club Villas

Disney Springs is available from waterways via these resorts:

  • Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter and Riverside

  • Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa

  • Disney’s Old Key West Resort

Disney Minnie Vans

Disney’s “Minnie” Vans by Lyft are a wonderful option for a direct way to get where you are looking to go on Disney property.  They are currently only running from certain deluxe resorts.  Check out our Disney Minnie Van’s article for more information!

Beth Rodgers

Travel Specialist

Walt Disney World is a very magical and the happiest place on earth. Everyone is happy and eager to help. There is a hidden gem of a restaurant that things just aren’t what they appear. The restaurant is Whispering Canyon Café located in Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort.

Walking up to the podium, you’re surrounded by headdresses of past Native American chiefs and other relics from past times. The restaurant’s theme has the same motif. It’s an Old Western eatery that has bottomless platters and chuck wagon favorites will please the whole gang.

Breakfast starts with an all you care to enjoy family platter that’s loaded with breakfast meats, eggs, potatoes and buttermilk biscuits. Lunch and dinner also have some finger licking delicious food. For lunch, there’s a very expansive menu to order from and come dinner time, the family platter isn’t to be beat. It has an all you care to enjoy selection of foods such as chicken, sausage, ribs and amazing sides.

If you’re lucky enough to be at Disney over Thanksgiving or Christmas, be sure to check out the special menu at Whispering Canyon Café. Be sure to make your reservations early, as they will fill up quick! Even though the food is spectacular, the hidden secret are the cast members. While these cast members have the same happy and eager to help attitude, they also have a reputation for sassing customers. They like to play along with the customers and get into some shenanigans. There’s also plenty of fun for the kids! They’re encouraged to play with Lincoln Logs, coloring, spirited sing-alongs and even hobby horse races.

Along with the rustic atmosphere, the fantastic food, and the good natured fun of the cast members, this is a restaurant that you don’t want to miss on your next trip. One tip though, be careful when you ask for refills!

Leigh Miller

Travel Specialist