Dadtherapy is all about showcasing things you as a dad can do to refresh, recharge, and rejuvenate so you can be the best dad you can be. So, when we sat down with Peter Nayrouz of Outnumbered Father, to talk about setting out for an epic date night (day) idea, we were stoked to see him and his wife take on Disneyworld- WithOUT the kids. So what key events, findings, and mayhem did he run into? Well join us as we uncover those very things!
Peter first shares:
Yea, I know what you’re thinking, “why in the world would I choose to go to Disney World, if I can go on a trip without the kids?” And you’re right. There is so much out there to do and see. But living in Florida and having a few kid-less weekends a year, Walt Disney World is a GREAT place to have a weekend getaway with your spouse. There will be plenty of opportunities to go to Disney with the kids; and honestly, you’ll create some of the greatest memories doing so. But when feeling like the outnumberedfather, consider my top 5 reasons why you’re next weekend getaway should be to Walt Disney World...
If you are reading this, you probably already know that drinking around the world at Epcot is a must do. Sure, you may be able to grab a drink or two when your kids are in tow, but you probably wont be able to sit and enjoy a Tequila Flight while visiting the Mexican Pavilion
Most of us know during the fall, Disney has its International Food and Wine Festival at Epcot. And if you have not been, you’re truly missing out. Grabbing a Festival Passport and logging all the different places you go and what you eat is a lot of fun. But for me, it’s going to the events within the Festival that adds to the experience. Going to a Seminar or Demo is what makes attending the Food and Wine Festival memorable and unique. Most of the Demos include an opportunity to taste what the chef is making.
Peter doesn't stop there. He continues to explore more amazing findings at Disney World and shares the rest of these great findings over on his blog: OutNumbered Father. Visit Pere's blog and read the remaining 3 things he thinks every dad should explore- withOUT the kids.
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