Too Much Of A Good Thing – Cramming Too Much Into One Trip

You can cram too much into one trip.  I didn’t think that possible for a long time.  We loved to maximize every minute!

Commando style traveling! Go Go Go!

We met our match into 2006.  Learn from our mistake, plan times to rest, recover, refresh.

How is this for a week of travel.

We flew from South Carolina to Los Angeles, California on Thursday.  Drove 3 hours to the Morongo Casino Resort and Spa – in rush hour LA traffic.  How’s that to get your nerves ready for a week of “vacation”?

That weekend we spent at the Morongo Thunder and Lightning Pow Wow.

We were there to stream the event live on

Monday morning after a weekend of Pow Wow’ing, we drove back to LA to board the Carnival Fantasy.  Our four day cruise took us on the same itinerary we did for our honeymoon.  We travel to Ensenada, Mexico and Catalina Island.  We were on the ship as part of the Pow Wow Cruise.

We were off the ship on Thursday and straight to Ontario, California for the 2006 Podcast Expo (now called New Media Expo). Walking through hundreds of conference booths is relaxing right.

The guys from Mugglecast! Andrew Sims, Ben Schoen, and Kevin Steck

So that was probably more than enough for one trip, right.

Oh no, I surprised Kelli with one more fun-filled day!  Hey, we were in Southern California, we had to right?

Disneyland and California Adventure in 1 day!

That’s right, we did both parks in one day!  We even made it to see the fireworks at the end of the day.

I still don’t know how I made it from the parking garage to the hotel.  I fought sleep every mile.

We have learned our lesson, long trips now require at least a half day of rest.  Take it from us find a time in the middle of long hectic trips to sit by the pool, watch a movie in the room or just sleep!

Lesson learned – enjoying a pool day in the middle of a week-long WDW trip!

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