On our Mediterranean cruise we visited 11 destinations in 6 countries across 2 continents aboard the world’s newest cruise ship, the Norwegian Viva. The places we visited included: 1) Italy (Venice, Trieste), 2) San Marino, 3) Croatia (Dubrovnik, Split), 4) Greece (Athens, Santorini, Corfu), 5) Turkey (Istanbul, Kusadasi/Ephesus), and Germany (Munich).
Our TMNT Mutant Mayhem Halloween had loads of shell shocking fun for our party and trick or treaters! It featured gobs of toxic ooze slime and jello shots, cowabunga crafting, a superhero showdown and the return of RaphaElektra and DaredevElangelo.
Our Loki Season 2 premiere party was filled with much mischief, and we tried everything! The menu included the death of Mobius’ salad, Love is a Dagger cocktail, Shapeshifter’s Skillingsbolle topped with Loki Charms, and Happy Meals with Mischievous McNuggets, Sylvie’s salty fries, and Time Variance Apples (TVA).
The Rogers Centre, in the heart of downtown Toronto, has some nice views with the dome open and features a fun social area across the entire outfield. The Outfield District is definitely the highlight of this stadium with unique social areas on 3 levels. The view of CN Tower looming over right field is beautiful. The poutine hotdog was a unique experience. The Round House Park train area around the stadium has a lot of fun venues.
We love both Daredevil and TMNT and have yet to see a crossover for this cosplay. Since Daredevil inspired TMNT, this crossover was the perfect cosplay for us to create! We unveiled DaredevElangelo (Daredevil/Michelangelo) and RaphaElektra (Raphael/Elektra) at the Fan EXPO Canada when we met Charlie Cox.
Progressive Field, previously Jacob’s Field or “The Jake,” in downtown Cleveland has been home to the Guardians (previously known as the Indians) since 1994. The variety of high-quality local concessions, superb Hall of Fame included, and unique Kids Zone were the highlights of this ballpark. The retro-modern design – featuring tall white lights and an open view of the Cleveland skyline – was beautiful. Fans were enthusiastic and provided a lively atmosphere for the games, especially during the hot dog derby. This was our first time in Cleveland and there were plenty of fun activities to explore in the surrounding area, including the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, East 4th, the Flats, and craft breweries.