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John's Travel Update May 13, 2022

Summer is RIGHT around the corner! Here are some quick fun updates this week!

‘Fantasmic!’ Celebrates 30 Years Today and Gears up for Spectacular Return to Disneyland Park on May 28

“Fantasmic!,” Disney’s longest-running nighttime spectacular, is celebrating its 30th anniversary today! That’s right – on this day thirty years ago – May 13, 1992 – “Fantasmic!” premiered at Disneyland Park.

Since its debut in 1992, “Fantasmic!” has performed nearly 11,000 shows at Disneyland Park!

“Fantasmic!” will be joining the other nighttime spectaculars – “World of Color” at Disney California Adventure Park, plus the “Main Street Electrical Parade” and “Disneyland Forever” fireworks spectacular at Disneyland Park – upon its return!

Check Out Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser

After a few months to "work out the bugs" - things are sailing "swimmingly" for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser! If you're dreaming of heading to a galaxy far, far away - check out some of the staterooms onboard!

Much like a traditional ocean cruise - you won't be spending much time in your cabin (unless you are hiding out from The First Order). But there ARE more luxurious accommodations should you wish to upgrade!

The Two-Bedroom Grand Captain's Suite is pretty swank should you want to spend those "galactic credits" on your cruise! Talk about living in the lap of luxury while heading down to Batuu!

When you're ready to book your cruise - give me a call on your "data pad" and I'll get you on your way!


This is your friendly reminder that if you've got a family with kids in school - your districts have probably already released their 2022-2023 schedules.

If that's the case: NOW is the time to plan ahead to Spring Break 2023!

WHY is it important to plan now? Believe it or not: some resorts are already filling up.

Here's the good news: I can help!

One AMAZING family-friendly resort is Nickelodeon Resort located both in Dominican Republic and Mexico (Riviera Maya). These resorts do a fantastic job balancing an elevated vacation for adults and nonstop excitement for kids! Ready to get "slimed"? No problem!

Club Nick is open daily and it's more than a "kids club" - it's a hangout/art studio/clubhouse where your kids can engage in either structured play or just free play.

For a VERY limited time - I can reserve YOUR Spring Break 2023 vacation with ZERO deposit! That's right: not a single penny. This is for "land-only" (no airfare) reservations. It's literally never been easier to plan your trip next year!

CLICK HERE if you'd like more information!

Kennedy Space Center Debuts New Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex

In an ongoing mission to bring the epic story of the U.S. space program to life, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex announced a new attraction slated to open in 2022. Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex, will focus on the present and future of collaborative space exploration, enabling guests to experience the interstellar travel of tomorrow while celebrating what is happening right now within the space program.

It will feature a showcase of NASA and commercial spacecraft hardware with immersive displays, as well as a “journey” through space, unique launch viewing opportunities and more.

The 50,000-square-foot, multi-level attraction, currently under construction in the shadow of the Rocket Garden, will engage guests through one-of-a-kind experiences, artifacts and exhibits. Featuring a comprehensive collection of modern-day spacecraft, Gateway will offer the opportunity to explore the future of space travel in a way never before possible. Through immersive education, atmospheric effects and a 4D motion theatre, guests will see, experience and feel what it is actually like to travel in space.

The Kennedy Space Center makes a FANTASTIC day trip if you're visiting the Orlando area!

Thank you for reading up on the "latest and greatest" that I'm tracking! If you're ready to start YOUR own adventure: CLICK HERE to get started!
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