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Celebrate Rose Day

If you want to celebrate National Rosé Day, you’ve got to check out Rosé by the Bay in St. Petersburg.

Who doesn’t love a beautiful glass of Rosé?

The event is happening on June 10 and is being put on by I Love The Burg and That’s So Tampa.

The music will be pumping and the bubbly will be poured as guests enjoy the gorgeous Grand Ballroom at The Birchwood on Beach Drive in downtown St. Petersburg.

Last year’s event was so well-received, this year will be happening in two separate sessions: one from 12 to 2 P.M.; another from 3 to 5 P.M.

If you’d like to go VIP style, there’s a great option for you. You’ll receive tickets for 15 sample pours. In addition to that you will receive a champagne-themed goodie bag.

All attendees will enjoy tasting the best rosés you can find in Tampa Bay. Even if you’re just buying the general admission ticket, that still entitles you to 10 pours of any Rosé you’d like to try plus appetizers that pair perfectly with the wine samples.

Rosé By The Bay is a festival in a ballroom kind of atmosphere so you will find other local vendors handing out samples and merch.

The pink champagne seemed to gain in popularity in the 2000 teens as Millennials became enamored with Rosé. It’s such a classy cocktail. It can be enjoyed anywhere from a yacht to a fancy soiree or a night out to dinner with friends.

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Roxanne's Favorite "Less Expensive" Things To Do At Disney When You're At Disney

Last weekend I took my kids to Disney World. MJ teased me that I was a bad mom for not taking them to the parks. But there’s no hard and fast rule that you MUST take your kids to a park while you are staying at Disney World. We found plenty of other things to do that, some of which were free with our stay. My kid are 5 and 2 and they were THOROUGHLY entertained. (These ideas may not work for kids of all ages).

And by the way, I titled this “less expensive” things to do at Disney, but technically, they are all free (with your hotel stay).

  • 1. Ride the Disney Skyliner and Ferries


    Disney Skyliner

    We spent half a day riding around on Disney transportation and my kids LOVED it. No lines and we got great views of all the Disney properties, from Epcot’s Spaceship Earth to MGM’s Tower of Terror and all the cool hotel properties.

  • 2. Walk Around Disney Springs


    Disney Springs


    You can walk around and look in all the shops. Of course, you’ll spend money on shopping and dining, but you gotta eat, right?! My kids just enjoyed seeing some of the musical performances and all the hustle-bustle.

  • 3. Enjoy the Hotel Pool


    Pool Day


    If you are at a park all day, you can’t even take the time to enjoy a dip in your hotel pool. And they all have cool themes and amenities. At the pool at the Art of Animation Hotel, there were plenty of fun places for the kids to climb on and explore.

  • 4. Relax in Your Room


    Art of Animation

    Again, what’s the point of spending all that money on your hotel room if you’re only in it to crash after a park firework show, and then you bounce out to hit a park first thing in the a.m. They have colorful themes and furniture. And we packed all of our Disney princess costumes, so one night we just chilled in the room and did fashion shows.

  • 5. Explore the Hotel Prpperty


    Art of Animation

    Whether it’s the Animal Kingdom Hotel with all of the animal viewing opportunities or the Art of Animation hotel with photo ops around every corner, take the time to walk around whatever resort you at and take in all the Disney details.

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