At the Swim-Up Bar
Jack Johnson - Banana Pancakes
Penn State University Graduate Megan Doncsecz says living abroad only made her want to travel more! Furthermore, travel is in her genes!
Some of Megan’s most memorable experiences include hang gliding in Switzerland.
In addition to travel, Meg also adores her 2 puppies. For her complete bio, please see below.
Megan's Full Bio
Growing up in a household where our fondest memories came from family vacations, travel was more than just a business that I was quite literally born into.
If there is a gene for wanderlust, it was a dominant gene that I was born with. I grew up appreciating the joy that can come from a family vacation, the bonding that can happen when you travel with friends, and the romance that can be felt when you are on an adventure with that special person.
From dining in the Eiffel Tower, or hiking the Grand Canyon, to seeing the history of Chichen Itza in Mexico, and discovering new cultures while collecting passport stamps, these experiences were precious and never taken for granted.
When it was time to decide what I wanted to study in college, my first and only thought was Hospitality Management. Graduating from a top ten school for HM (We Are!!), I was able to study abroad in Europe, work for numerous restaurants and gain knowledge of multiple facets of the hospitality industry...but there was something that always drew me back to home and the business that my family built.
Having the opportunity to take all of my past travel experiences and put them into my work, is why VIP Vacations is the perfect match for me. I can’t wait to assist guests in finding their inner child, discovering new locations, spending time with those they love and creating lasting memories one destination at a time.
The Stuppino Family Disney Vacation
from Ashli Stuppino in Bethlehem, PA
We had a fantastic trip! I was so happy I worked closely with you to establish a well thought out schedule for ourselves, that was key! There were so many great memories it’s so hard to choose just one...in terms of rides out favorites were avatar flight of passage, slinky dog dash and seven dwarves mine train. We were so lucky to have fast pass for avatar- the line was 2.5 hours long! We went to HS when it opened and queued for slinky dog as soon as we got there and the wait was a little under an hour so not too bad.
The girls loved bippity boutique and personally I preferred the Disney springs location to magic kingdom. It seemed less chaotic and the girls enjoyed walking around the shops and going to dinner all dressed up!
Chef Mickeys was a favorite again for breakfast. We tried Be Our Guest restaurant and Princess Fairytale Hall in Epcot for dinner (both a first) and loved them both. The girls loved meeting all the princesses without having to stand in line. My youngest (3 yr) loved The Beast the most. She was scared of him and he spent considerable time proving to her he was nice. She left saying “I’m gonna marry that beast”.❤️
Lastly, the hotel was great, we loved Port Orleans. So beautiful, the girls felt like they were walking around in Tiana’s world! The pool was awesome with the waterslide. Only complaint is because it is such a large resort the breakfast situation was difficult- it was a mad house and you had to get there so early just to allow time for lines and to eat before catching an early bus. We actually only did this one day because it was so nuts.
Sorry to go and on! Thank you so much for helping me plan this- it was an unforgettable trip and I couldn’t have done it without your help! I’ll send pics in separate email!