Author Archive for Genie Davis

avatarGenie Davis is a multi-published fiction author, screen and TV writer, and travel writer. If it was possible, she'd like to spend every day traveling. www.geniedavis.com
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I Spy With My Little Eye, Something Beginning With “B”

I Spy With My Little Eye, Something Beginning With “B”

October 1, 2010 2 Comments That would be Boston Massachusetts and a variety of its camera ready, stroller accessible, easy walking neighborhoods like Beacon Hill, the Back Bay, and Bunker Hill.  Boston is  a perfect city to take your kids on an urban adventure. The Back Bay is the area of Boston that parallels the Charles River, always pleasantly busy with ...

 

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The Palos Verdes Peninsula – A Family Delight

The Palos Verdes Peninsula – A Family Delight

October 1, 2010 No Comments Whether you live in Los Angeles or you’re from out of town, the Palos Verdes Peninsula makes a wonderful excursion for the whole family.  Starting at the edge of the peninsula closest to Redondo Beach, you’ll find the beach known to locals as RAT just north of Malaga Cove off of Palos Verdes Drive West. ...

 

More Los Angeles Adventures for Kids – South Bay Beaches

More Los Angeles Adventures for Kids – South Bay Beaches

September 22, 2010 No Comments In my last article I talked about some great Hollywood area family destinations. And of course there’s Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, and Sea World to the south of LA proper.  But one of the best things about a trip to LA, or if you live in Southern California and are looking for an awesome day’s ...

 

The City of Angels for Families

The City of Angels for Families

September 21, 2010 1 Comment Los Angeles may be known as the city of angels, but the sprawling delights this city offers your own little angels makes it a great family destination. World renowned amusement parks and attractions abound, and there’s plenty of off the beaten track activities too, from the beach to the mall. Our favorite amusement park is ...

 

More from Oahu’s North Shore Hawaii

More from Oahu’s North Shore Hawaii

September 21, 2010 1 Comment Enjoying your visit to the laid-back North Shore? From the Waimea Bay area, continue north into the town of Haleiwa, where art and craft fairs frequently run on weekends. Any time, you’ll find some charming galleries and shops, offering handcrafted souvenirs, tasty baked goods, soaps and candles. And the crowded but always fun Matsumoto’s Shave ...

 

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Oahu’s North Shore, Hawaii – Beyond Honolulu

Oahu’s North Shore, Hawaii – Beyond Honolulu

September 21, 2010 2 Comments I’ve already taken you in and around Honolulu and Waikiki with plenty of activities for the little ones. But sometimes you want a quieter island experience, and there’s a place for that as well on Oahu. That’s the North Shore – small town family-friendly, beautiful coast, a low key atmosphere. Turtle Bay Resort in Kahuku ...

 

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Apple Picking, Star Gazing and Pie Grazing in Southern California

Apple Picking, Star Gazing and Pie Grazing in Southern California

September 18, 2010 No Comments Autumn – time for apple picking, cider drinking, and a bounty of multi-colored leaves. Even in Southern California. While there are several options for apple picking within a few hours drive of Los Angeles, we like the Julian area, east of San Diego. We enjoy the dry gold and green pasturelands giving way to hillier ...

 

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More Hawaii for your Ohana

More Hawaii for your Ohana

September 18, 2010 2 Comments Here we are again continuing with more on the wonderful Hawaiian island of Oahu for you and your family.      Right in Honolulu, along with the family-friendly urban street scenes in Waikiki and downtown Honolulu, there are other free entertainment attractions, some weekly and many nightly. Near the famous and lei bedecked Duke Kahanamoku statue in the ...

 

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Ohana Island Life Hawaii

Ohana Island Life Hawaii

September 17, 2010 No Comments Royal Hawaiian Hotel Honolulu Ohana means family in Hawaiian…you may already know that from watching Lilo and Stitch, possibly more than once, with your children. It’s true, too, nothing could be more of a family destination that the Hawaiian islands. We’ve had the pleasure of spending a great deal of time there over the past ...

 

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Beach Babies in Bermuda

Beach Babies in Bermuda

September 17, 2010 No Comments In Hamilton, you’ll also find well preserved Fort Hamilton. Tunnels and ramparts to explore, cannons to climb, and a great view of the harbor; plus a fascinating military museum. Another pleasurable stop is rightly named Pleasure Point, a pristine park with another gorgeous view. There are shops to browse on Front Street with art and ...

 

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