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  • The Oasis of the Seas - Revisited
    on Apr 14, 2014 in Oasis of the Seas
    There's so much left to see. We need to go again.At least, that's what we told the booking agent aboard the Oasis of the Seas on the final day of our cruise last year. It seemed like a justifiable reason to book the same itinerary, the same stateroom...
  • Things You Only Hear on a Cruise - Part 2
    on Mar 31, 2014
    A little over a year ago, I compiled a list of some of the unique things you only hear on a cruise. They ranged from humorous, to puzzling, to mind-numbingly stupid, but apparently they were also highly relatable because it turned into one of the mos...
  • Adventures with Uncle Deej - Old Sport's First Trip to Disney
    on Mar 17, 2014 in Disney
    For the last year and a half, I have apparently been under a false impression - I understood that being an uncle meant enjoying all the cool and fun moments with your niece or nephew, before kindly returning them to mom and dad when it was time for t...
  • A Father-Sons Golf Trip to the Bay Hill Club & Lodge
    on Mar 10, 2014 in Bay Hill
    Next week, the PGA Tour rolls through Orlando for their annual visit to Arnold Palmer's winter home; the Bay Hill Club & Lodge. Aside from hosting the world's best golfers, Bay Hill recently provided my brother and I with a long sought solution t...
  • Ice Skating at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
    on Feb 24, 2014 in Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
    As a lifelong resident of Florida, winter sports aren't exactly something I get to experience very often. About as close to the snow and ice as I'll get is what's seen on the TV every four years during the Winter Olympics. Every once in a while, howe...
  • Mandarin Bar Las Vegas - Cocktails with a View
    on Feb 10, 2014 in Mandarin Bar Las Vegas
    If there's anything I love to seek out when exploring a city, it's the best cocktail with a view. From Top of the Mark in San Francisco to Altitude 95 in Paris and numerous others in between, MJ and I have toasted the town while enjoying a host of sp...
  • Birdies, Burgers, and Brews at TPC Sawgrass #BBBatTPC
    on Feb 3, 2014 in TPC Sawgrass
    There are some invitations that are simply destined for a "no" in the RSVP box - doomed before they're even given the dignity of a postage stamp. Co-ed baby showers and wedding invitations with 5 layers of envelopes particularly come to mind. A few w...
  • The Sterling Brunch at Bally's Las Vegas
    on Jan 27, 2014
    A few weeks before our Las Vegas adventure, MJ suggested that I look into Sunday brunch options as a way to cap off the last day of our trip. The research took a little longer than usual because I simply refused to believe the findings: the best Sund...
  • Bellagio Day - Exploring The New Symbol Of Las Vegas
    on Jan 20, 2014 in Bellagio Las Vegas
    In a city filled with flashy, over the top landmarks, there's one symbol of Sin City that outshines them all. Never mind the vintage "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign, the fake Eiffel Tower and New York skyline, or Wayne Newton's toupee, the real mark of t...
  • The Mirage Las Vegas - RevisitedWhy The Mirage?In the weeks leading up to our recent Las Vegas adventure, I was hit with this question many times but in two opposing contexts. Most were curious from a general knowledge standpoint - assuming that given my typically, shall I say, sel...
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