Jetson Quest Electric Scooter

Jetson Quest Electric Scooter

Living close to a college campus, we see all modes of transportation.   But one stands out above them all as small, lightweight, efficient, and most important fun is the electric scooter.   As a college student, I was always running late, the Jetson Quest Electric Scooter allows you to zip past traffic and get to class on time.   No more excuses…..The 250W hub motor lets you travel up to 18 miles at 15mph, while the bright LED headlight and deck lights support nighttime travel. Use the easy-fold system to conveniently stow away this Jetson Quest electric scooter in your car’s trunk or underneath a desk during class.

Not a college student?   That shouldn’t stop you from having some fun, look at all the great features of this scooter – here are just few that we like, find out more by visiting Best Buy.  


  • Powerful 250W hub motor – Helps reach speeds up to 15 mph for a fun ride. Just step on the deck, push off with your foot, and press down on the thumb throttle to engage the motor.
  • Premium lithium-ion battery – Provides a max range up to 18 miles.
  • Foldable design – Easy fold system offers portability.
  • Weight capacity – The scooter can handle any rider weighing up to 220.5 lbs.
  • Disc brake – For maximum stopping power.
  • Solid tires – Engineered to absorb shock when you’re riding on roads and sidewalks.
  • LED display – Shows battery life, current speed, and more.
  • Ultra-bright LED headlight and taillight – Make your evening ride more comfortable and safe.
  • Suitable for children ages 13 and older – For safe riding.


Shop this and more electric scooters plus electric bikes and boards at Best Buy.


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Favorite Food Friday – Frozen Violet Lemonade

Favorite Food Friday – Frozen Violet Lemonade

Our Favorite Food This Week: Frozen Desert Violet Lemonade
Location: Pineapple Promenade – Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Booth
Price: $4.25 (Snack DDP)

Welcome to Favorite Food Friday where we share our favorite foods.    This past week we spent a day at Epoct enjoying the beautiful Flower and Garden Festival.   As with each year of this Festival, we look forward to the flower arrangements, we also can’t wait to get another Frozen Violet Lemonade.    This frozen drink is sweet, delicious, and an excellent way to cool off in the spring Florida sun.    This has always been one of our favorite items at the Flower and Garden booths, so we are glad it’s back again this year.    It’s so good, even the Undercover Tourist has a recipe you can try at home if you can’t make it to the parks.   Stay tuned over the next couple weeks as we share more of our Flower and Garden treats.    If you have a favorite this year let us know…… 

Epcot Innoventions West Demo Permit

Epcot Innoventions West Demo Permit

It looks like work on the new entrance to Epcot is beginning.   A permit filed just the other day mentions  demo work on “1400 Avenue oftheStars#A,Bay Lake,FL 32830″ which is Innoventions West.   

This is just a permit filing so it will take some time before the work begins, but this will demo Character Spot, Starbucks, and Club Cool.   Characters from Character Spot will likely relocate to ImageWorks at the exit to Journey Into Imagination With Figment.  Starbucks will find a temporary home.   But, no rumors yet on if Club Cool will return, so you might want to get your fill of Beverly. 

Favorite Food Friday – Frontera Cocina Oaxaca Menu

Favorite Food Friday – Frontera Cocina Oaxaca Menu

Frontera Cocina

Our Favorite Food This Week: Frontera Cocina – Oaxaca Menu
Location: Frontera Cocina – Disney Springs
Price: $ Varies

Welcome to Favorite Food Friday where we share our favorite foods.  This week we headed to Frontera Cocina in Disney Springs to sample some of their new menu items.

As you walk into Frontera Cocina, the scent of fresh flavors greets you, and you can’t help but be excited for the experience ahead. The unique thing about Frontera Cocina is that they have a special menu that changes every 3 to 4 months, so there is always something new to try. Currently, celebrity Chef Rick Bayless is introducing authentic Mexican flavors with his new Oaxaca (wuh-HAH-kuh) inspired menu.

Frontera CocinaThe meal started on an interesting note when Chef Bayless introduced us to one of the favorite snacks of the area.   Nope, not a Mickey Bar or even a Mickey Pretzel… grasshoppers.    Yes, you read that correctly…grasshoppers. Before you turn your nose up at the idea, people living in Oaxaca have been snacking on fried grasshoppers forever, and they’re actually pretty nutritious.  So we dove right in, trying the guacamole topped with fried grasshoppers. I have to say I have never had grasshopper guacamole, but it wasn’t bad.   The grasshoppers had the flavor of a sunflower seed, adding flavor and texture to the guacamole.   If you’re bold enough to try this authentic experience, give it a shot!

The rest of the meal might not have been quite as adventurous, but it was absolutely delicious. Chef Bayless did what he does best…offered a unique menu full of fresh flavors and only the best ingredients. I sampled the Harvest Salad, Beef Short Ribs, Oaxacan Mole Chicken, and the Grilled Swordfish.   All of them were amazing, but if I had to pick favorites, it would be the Short Ribs and the Swordfish.

The short ribs are slow roasted for 12 hours making the meat so tender, it falls apart on your fork and melts in your mouth.   The ribs are served with roasted peanut mole, Cotija mashed potatoes, sautéed Swiss chard, crispy onions and toasted peanuts.   Just talking about this makes me want to head back to experience this dish again.

The swordfish was another favorite. It is grilled to perfection, with a slightly crisp outside and a flaky moist center.  Its complemented by plantain rice, roasted tomatillo serrano aioli, and sautéed Swiss chard.   Seafood lovers can’t go wrong with this dish.

         Frontera Cocina not only introduces you to the food of Oaxaca, but also to some drinks in a limited-time menu.   If you enjoy drinks of the adult persuasion try the Mexcalita (pictured in the upper right corner at the top of the page).   As I sampled this drink, I was told the story behind one of the ingredients: the banhez mezcal.   Banhez Mezcal is the product of Oaxaca farming families working together to produce this handmade, organic, 100% agave mezcal.   It’s has an amazing light, fresh taste and was my favorite of the night.

We finished the meal with a couple amazing desserts.   For those of you wanting to stay within the Oaxaca inspired dishes, you will love the Bunuelitos.   Buñuelos are large fried sweet dough, served sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. It can be found in Oaxaca during the holiday season.   Frontera Cocina puts a little bit of a spin on this tradition by adding cajeta-carmel mousse, red wine drizzle with raw sugar and Mexican cinnamon, dark chocolate shavings, mezcal-infused cranberries and roasted almonds.   Oh so good!  They also offer a fall favorite pumpkin cream tart.

The experience at Frontera Cocina is second to none and it’s always a favorite stop.   The staff takes their time to explain everything on the menu, as well as information about the culture. I can’t complement Frontera Cocina and this new Oaxaca inspired menu enough.   You have to experience it!    The restaurant continues to be one of our favorites in Disney Springs and I look forward to returning again.   The full limited menu is available below.   Enjoy!

Frontera Cocina Menu Oaxaca

Favorite Food Friday – Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

Favorite Food Friday – Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

Epcot Food and Wine

Our Favorite Food This Week: Epcot Food and Wine Festival
Location: Epcot – World Showcase
Price: $ Varies / some qualify as snacks

Welcome to this week’s Favorite Food Friday where we share our favorite foods with our friends.  Well it’s that time of year where the weather is cooling down in all parts of the country except for Florida.   Weatherman said it’s the hottest September of all time.   But even with the heat, it’s the best time of year to visit Epcot and the International Food and Wine festival.   The festival runs until Nov 12 and features food and wine booths throughout the park each themed to a particular country or area.  So, grab a fork and check out some of our favorites pictured above…..

  • In the upper right, you have our favorite Le Cellier Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with Truffle-Butter Sauce – Canada – $8.00 and yes its DDP Snack Eligible.   It will melt in your mouth.
  • In the middle left,Warm Chocolate Pudding with Irish Cream Liqueur Custard – Ireland -$4.25 and it’s (DDP Snack Eligible)
  • In the middle right, Coconut Rice Pudding served with Mango Coulis – Mexico – $4.25 (DDP Snack Eligible)
  • On the bottom left, Ropa Vieja Empanada with Tomato Aïoli – Islands of the Caribbean – $5.25 (DDP Snack Eligible)

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday

This week’s theme: Disney in the Details

  For this week’s theme I went back to our last trip to Disney World and our stay at the Coronado Springs Resort.   As you walk in to the El Centro you are greeted by a large fountain, but take a minute and look up to the ceiling.   Yes it is beautiful.   Happy Wordless Wednesday!!

Focused on the Magic