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Celebrity Millennium Alaska Cruise Part Three: Ports Galore

Celebrity Millennium Alaska Cruise Part Three: Ports Galore

September 27, 2010 1 Comment The first full day of our Vancouver to Seward Alaska cruise was everything we could have hoped for: relaxing, entertaining and filled with activities. Read about part one of our Alaskan adventure in Traveling 5,000 Miles on Two Weeks’ Notice, and part two where we are introduced to, and are discovering the Celebrity Millennium Cruise.   We both absolutely love ...

 

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Skiing Holiday in Keystone Colorado

Skiing Holiday in Keystone Colorado

September 27, 2010 1 Comment Our skiing holiday in Keystone, Colorado of February 2007 was cold and eventful. As natives to Southern California, the temperature change was a bit shocking. We just happened to be traveling at a time of year when blizzards were commonplace and getting snowed in was very likely to happen. We flew from LAX International Airport ...

 

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Celebrity Millennium Alaska Cruise Part Two: Was the Deal too Good to Be True?

Celebrity Millennium Alaska Cruise Part Two: Was the Deal too Good to Be True?

September 27, 2010 2 Comments On Day 2 of our Alaska adventure, we awoke bright and early in Seattle. Thankfully, my body was still on Orlando time, so the 7:40 a.m. departure felt more like 10:40 a.m. We had coach seating in the disabled section, providing us with two comfortable seats and room to simply park Dad’s scooter on board. ...

 

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Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

September 26, 2010 2 Comments There is something almost magical about visiting the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum. From its grand entrance with the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops, to its fantastic exhibits surrounded by gleaming marble tiled floors and ornate molded ceilings, this museum offers something for the whole family.   The 15 permanent exhibits are very realistically displayed and ...

 

Acapulco Mexico – The Grand Mayan

Acapulco Mexico – The Grand Mayan

September 26, 2010 1 Comment   Though our trip to Acapulco in April of 2009 goes down in the books as one of the worst I’ve ever taken, (see the article, Acapulco Mexico - Our First Disaster Vacation), the resort we stayed at was beautiful.  It’s located about 20 minutes from downtown Acapulco which is one of the things I loved ...

 

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 ...

 

Callaway Gardens, Georgia: A Family Day Trip ‘Half a Tank’ Away!

Callaway Gardens, Georgia: A Family Day Trip ‘Half a Tank’ Away!

September 21, 2010 1 Comment You won’t believe how easily and quickly you can get away from the hustle and bustle of Atlanta, until you step into Callaway Gardens, Georgia. Located just about 100 miles south of Atlanta, off highways 18 and 354, near Columbus, Georgia, Callaway Gardens is one place you can visit with your family throughout the year ...

 

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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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Christmas in Colonial Williamsburg: Traditions of the Past

Christmas in Colonial Williamsburg: Traditions of the Past

September 19, 2010 1 Comment While it may feel like our Christmas traditions have existed since time began, this is far from reality. Modern American traditions are a hodgepodge of rituals brought to our shores by settlers from other lands. For example, Christmas trees were common in Germany by the 1500s, but were not popularized in the United States until ...

 

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