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Del Mar – A Taste of the Sea

Del Mar – A Taste of the Sea

January 25, 2014 No Comments Between Los Angeles and San Diego there are plenty of lovely seaside spots you and your children can enjoy. We’re very fond of the gallery filled streets and great ice cream cones in Laguna Beach, the small arcade with games like ski ball, and the ferry to Balboa Island in Newport Beach. And of course, ...

 

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Rainbow Day in Albuquerque

Rainbow Day in Albuquerque

January 4, 2014 No Comments Kids love color. You know they do. They color on walls. They love face painting, sidewalk chalk art, finger painting, rainbow hair streaks. So naturally, they’d love to be part of a color mob. Never heard of a color mob? We hadn’t either, until we attended our first, in a park in Albuquerque, New Mexico. ...

 

Santa Ana Zoo, California

Santa Ana Zoo, California

December 2, 2013 No Comments The Santa Ana Zoo has over 80 species of animals from Central and South America!

 

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The Canals of Venice

The Canals of Venice

November 23, 2013 No Comments As nice as it would be to take the little ones to Venice, Italy, there are alternatives to experiencing the feeling of those grand canals and waterways in the U.S. Sure, there are the manufactured faux canals at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, and I’m not knocking the fun to be had there, while ...

 

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Landmarks in Los Angeles

Landmarks in Los Angeles

November 10, 2013 No Comments Even if your children aren’t old enough to ask the question “What’s a landmark?” it’s still time to introduce them to one. Los Angeles has many to choose from, all of them fun for the whole family. And it’s really nice to teach your kids early on that LA is a city with real history ...

 

Barbados

Barbados

October 25, 2013 No Comments Awash in balmy breezes, lush wildlife, and steeped in history that includes real pirates of the Caribbean, the island of Barbados has long captivated visitors from far and wide. It was named Los Barbudos or “the bearded ones” by the Spanish after the island’s fig trees which have a bearded appearance with their long vine-like ...

 

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Miramonte Resort Indian Wells

Miramonte Resort Indian Wells

October 11, 2013 No Comments   Summer in the desert. As we head into autumn, I’m a big proponent of desert serenity and the pleasures of desert heat, as long as the little ones are thoroughly coated in sunscreen and there’s shade to be found. A new favorite escape is the Italianate ambiance of the Miramonte Resort and Spa in ...

 

Red Mountain Resort – Retreat to Utah

Red Mountain Resort – Retreat to Utah

September 28, 2013 No Comments Everyone needs a retreat sometime. And let’s face it, as much as we adore our children, every once in awhile we need a little retreat without the kids to renew ourselves by ourselves. And that’s where Red Mountain Spa in Ivins, Utah comes in. A complete resort that serves up a package of three bountiful ...

 

Bora Bora – Food, Accommodations & Activities

Bora Bora – Food, Accommodations & Activities

September 15, 2013 No Comments Bora Bora: secluded, spectacular, sublime… it has been called Heaven on Earth, the Romantic Island, the Pearl of the Pacific, and so much more. But it is not just for honeymooners. Families will be delighted to explore this year-round paradise whose average temperature (both air and water) remains pleasantly in the high 70s Fahrenheit. It ...

 

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Bora Bora – History and Wildlife

Bora Bora – History and Wildlife

August 3, 2013 No Comments Surrounded by a barrier reef and a lagoon in variegated hues of pale turquoise and aquamarine, the island of Bora Bora rises from the sea with the two summits of Mount Otemanu and Mount Pahia—from a single extinct volcano in the island’s center—reaching for the sky. Several smaller islets called motu ring the main island, ...

 

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