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Smithsonian Museum Washington DC – Packed with Family Attractions

Smithsonian Museum Washington DC – Packed with Family Attractions

December 9, 2010 1 Comment Washington D.C. is packed with attractions for the whole family. There are as many outings as there are families who visit, with free museums, great parks, amazing historical sites, and cultural icons like the Washington Monument and the Nation’s Capital building itself to bring out the oohs and ahhs among travelers of all ages. Finding ...

 

Snow Time at Park City Utah and Telluride Colorado with the Kids

Snow Time at Park City Utah and Telluride Colorado with the Kids

December 8, 2010 1 Comment Skiing and toddlers. Okay, so that’s kind of an oxymoron. While older kids will love kid focused ski lessons – and many programs now start at the age of five – the tiniest travelers are not going to get the hang of skis and poles. But put the words ski resort and toddler together and ...

 

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Maui Family Attractions – Sheraton Maui, Lahaina and Volcanoes

Maui Family Attractions – Sheraton Maui, Lahaina and Volcanoes

December 8, 2010 2 Comments There are so many wonderful things about Hawaii and the island of Maui in particular, that families can easily spend ten vacations on any one island and still be eager to come back for more. Maui has diverse climates – the green, wet Hana area with its wonderful to explore switch back highway; the dry ...

 

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La Jolla California –  A Jewel of a Town for Families

La Jolla California – A Jewel of a Town for Families

December 6, 2010 No Comments La Jolla, Spanish for jewel, is more than just a suburb of San Diego. Only fifteen minutes from San Diego proper, it features lovely beaches, pleasant dining spots, and a number of fun tourist attractions. The town also holds the relatively small, family friendly Stephen Birch Aquarium and Museum, and the longtime home of the ...

 

Things Go Better with Atlanta and the Coca Cola Museum

Things Go Better with Atlanta and the Coca Cola Museum

December 6, 2010 No Comments Look, Atlanta, Georgia is a city with tons of history behind it, interesting ethnic neighborhoods, and an enormous and spectacular aquarium. But what child – or adult for that matter – won’t be excited by the chance to taste test dozens of sodas they’ve never heard of, and visit an old fashioned soda parlor – ...

 

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Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel – Baby and Kid Friendly!

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel – Baby and Kid Friendly!

December 2, 2010 1 Comment   We stayed at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa and found it to be a truly beautiful hotel with all the amenities of a resort.  Though my sister did have to make a quick run for more baby formula (the Disneyland and California Adventure theme parks do sell formula in their baby centers but ...

 

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa – Family Vacation

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa – Family Vacation

December 1, 2010 No Comments   On our recent trip to Disneyland—a trip that included my husband, myself, our two children, my parents, my sister, her husband, and their baby—we had the opportunity to stay at the Grand Californian Hotel and Spa (thanks Dad)!  Having spent the majority of our lives living in California and of course going to Disneyland, ...

 

Venice Beach, CA:  A Sandy Seaside Circus

Venice Beach, CA: A Sandy Seaside Circus

November 30, 2010 No Comments Over the summer, our good friends and former next-door neighbors from New Jersey made the trip west to visit us in Burbank. They had less than a week to see and do a myriad of things here in Southern Califonia. However, their wish list of places to visit (besides our house, that is) was quite ...

 

Finding Hidden Mickeys at Walt Disney World

Finding Hidden Mickeys at Walt Disney World

November 27, 2010 No Comments Who doesn’t love the thrill of adventure that comes with finding something that is hidden right out in the open? Geocaching and scavenger hunting are two wildly popular activities based on this concept. At Walt Disney World, the quest is always on for Hidden Mickeys. Unlike many other Disney activities, this one is entirely free ...

 

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Walt Disney World – Off the Beaten Path

Walt Disney World – Off the Beaten Path

November 26, 2010 No Comments Walt Disney World is a sprawling entertainment center consisting of four gated theme parks, two water parks, a shopping and dining complex, and dozens of recreational opportunities, as well as a myriad of hotels. It would be easy to spend a month at Walt Disney World and never run out of things to do. Once ...

 

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