VENUE TYPE: Park

Secret Menu
Disneyland Has A New Secret Drink That You Need To Try
Alyssa Brown
by Alyssa Brown



Where do you go to celebrate all things fantasy-filled, childlike, magical and glowing? Disneyland, of course. So it should come as no surprise that the California adventure park has added a glowing, hero-worthy lavender lemonade to their menu’s offerings. Not to worry, it’s booze-free and fit for the kiddos as much as the adults. This Infinity-Ade will be available all summer long, in all its glowing ice cube glory.

Part of the Summer of Hero Celebration at the park, Disneyland has put together a few creative menu concoctions that are worthy of a superhero fanatic’s attention. And since we love a good day of getting the kiddos together to explore, we’re all about this Infinity-Ade. Besides, it’s popping up all over the ole ‘gram. Trend alert! Can't wait to see if glowing ice cubes become the next cronut.

 

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The Picnic Project
This Picnic Took Place In A Rainbow Field Of Ranunculus Flowers
The Venue Report
by The Venue Report



Spring is literally in the air thanks to the California super bloom, leaving us dreaming of the outdoors to breath in the fresh (and slightly pollenated) air and to stop to smell the roses, wild mustard, and daisies. As temperatures rise to that perfect 75 and sunny, we were on the lookout for ways to, ahem, get out and gather with our besties, S.O.’s and families. As we completed our spring wish list, the Carlsbad flower fields began to bloom and our plans fell into place. 

The stunning rainbow of flowers produced by the 50 acres of Giant Tecolote Ranunculus inspired our afternoon in the fields of picnicking, frolicking and champagne-ing for our newest installment of #ThePicnicProject (remember when our Media Design Manager, Nathan, celebrated his birthday with a picnic overlooking Yosemite Valley?). After all, is there a more replicable, ‘wait, I can actually do this,’ grab-and-go gathering moment than a picnic? Load up your baskets, pack your blankets and don’t forget the bread and bubbly for the must-do experience of spring.  

*No flowers were harmed in the making of this picnic

Photography by Brogen Jessup

 

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Tips + Tricks
A Frequent Flier's Pro Secrets to Saving Money With Travel Points
The Venue Report
by The Venue Report

Allow us to introduce you to Ian Agrimis. A millennial traveler, adventure enthusiast AND a whiz when it comes to how to use his air miles and points to their fullest potential. Ian's travel experience originally came from years of working with Go Pro and using their products while on his excursions (seen below in most recent European adventure). Now, Ian specializes in helping others get the most bang for their buck using his very own trials, errors and successes. 

Obviously, we had to tap this mastermind's brain! And don't worry, if you are still a tad confused on how this all works, you are not alone. But you'll have to keep scrolling to see how you can get one-on-one custom assistance from the expert himself. 

 

GoPro Travel Experience: Switzerland and Prague Edition

Cover Image: Félix Bossé

 

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The Ultimate Hot Springs Guide
For A Steamy Valentine’s Day, These Hot Springs Are Better Than Chocolate
Alyssa Brown
by Alyssa Brown



Looking to heat things up this Valentine’s Day? We have the most literally steamy solution for you: hot springs! With a variety of locations from Cali to Colorado to Alaska, here are a few of our favorite places to cozy up with a loved one and soak up geothermal waters and snow-capped mountain views.

From free outdoor hiking spots to luxurious resorts, there’s a hot spring for every cuddly couple that will have you singing, "It's getting hot in here..." you know the rest. Grab your dear one and get your swimsuits ready, we’re going for the plunge.


 

Wild Willy's Heart Shaped Hot Spring near Mammoth Lakes

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Elopement
This Guy Planned A Big Central Park Proposal & A Surprise Wedding That Came The Next Day
Jake Kilroy
by Jake Kilroy

 


Although weddings are spectacular, unforgettable festivals of love, where any and all have the best of times, actually planning the deal is tough. You have to account for a million things, from guest list to centerpieces to song selection. You visit more venues than you knew existed and you try more food than you ever expected, always returning home to discuss those very many, very tiny details with each other for what seems like an eternity.

But what if you could skip all that and still have the wedding of your dreams? It sounds impossible, but a man named Brock did just that for his lady love, Molly Kate. He delivered a wild, romantic, and surprise two-day celebration, all to blow her away. Brock was so sure Molly Kate would marry him that he already had the wedding ready to go for the day after the proposal, family and all.

Their New York elopement makes for one heck of a love story, and we had to ask how such a big, crazy deal came to be pulled off so perfectly.

 

Photography by Joel Alexander

 


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