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Monday, January 5, 2015

Even More Things To Do in Kissimmee, FL {During the Holidays and After}

I was provided accommodations, theme park admission and tickets to local attractions in exchange for my feedback. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you, Experience Kissimmee!

Do you live in Florida? Wanna know one of my most favorite parts of living in Florida? The idea that no matter where in the state one might live, it's only hours to the best tourist attractions. And hey, we can be tourists in our own state!!! Did you know Kissimmee is right in the middle of our grand state? That means that we are all so very close to a whole lot of things to do that are super fun! AND, super yummy!

Market Street Cafe in Kissimmee, FL
You simply must make your way to Market Street Cafe. We went in for breakfast and I enjoyed a Western Omelette, plus mushrooms, topped with hot sauce, with a side of hash browns. Delicious doesn't begin to describe it. I will certainly be going back!

Western Omelette at Market Street Cafe in Celebration, FL

The next stop on our adventures for the day was to U Can Cook in Celebration, FL.
U Can Cook Store Front

Nutcrackers at U Can Cook

Once there, we met with Lorenzo who told us that we would be making gingerbread houses together.
Lorenzo at U Can Cook in Kissimmee, FL

U Can Cook in Kissimmee, FL
Look at how cute the kitchen is!

Snowy Holiday at U Can Cook
We're ready for some gingerbread house building!

Place Setting at U Can Cook
Each of us had our very own place setting, complete with chef's hat!

Nori Building a GingerBread House

Poor, Nori. Her little house just wouldn't stay together. 

Making Gingerbread Houses at U Can Cook

Gingerbread House Making at U Can Cook

Christmas at U Can Cook

Anna and Elsa Frozen Dresses at U Can Cook
Anna and Elsa's dresses were displayed in the foyer with our good friend, Olaf. 

U Can Cook is such a hidden gem. I kept thinking to myself that it would be a really great break in a busy vacay at the parks. If you're going to be spending 5-7 touring the Disney/Universal Parks, why not take an afternoon and go have some fun in a kitchen, learning some really cool things! 

If you live close-by, U Can Cook is the PERFECT location for a birthday party or Girls Night Out! Lorenzo even has some wine and cheese tucked away for you! 

Have you ever heard of these two locations? Ever been? Tell me your thoughts. I'd love to hear about your experiences and what your favorite part/food was!

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