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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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Youth Hostels: A Budget Option, But Is It Right for Kids?

Youth Hostels: A Budget Option, But Is It Right for Kids?

September 19, 2010 3 Comments Long popular in Europe, youth hostels have gained some traction in larger American cities. The concept is simple: rather than being isolated in an entirely separate hotel room, you can share space with other travelers from around the world. Despite the name, youth hostels are generally open to travelers of all ages. You can rent ...

 

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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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The Wildwoods, New Jersey–The Real “Jersey Shore”

The Wildwoods, New Jersey–The Real “Jersey Shore”

September 16, 2010 2 Comments “Headin’ down the shore… to have a ball once more… Oh, those Wildwood days… wild, wild, Wildwood days… oh baby, every day’s a holiday, and every night is a Saturday night…” Those of you readers not from the East coast may not be familiar with the classic 1963 Bobby Rydell song that put the town ...

 

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Zion National Park Utah: An Overview

Zion National Park Utah: An Overview

September 16, 2010 No Comments One of the benefits of living in Southern Utah is its proximity to national parks.  While Bryce Canyon and the north rim of the Grand Canyon are each just a few hours away, the most easily accessible from our current place of residence is Zion National Park.  Although it’s located 43 miles from St. George, ...

 

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Indian Summer in Palm Springs California

Indian Summer in Palm Springs California

September 15, 2010 No Comments Looking for the last of summer? Go to the desert! It’s shoulder season time, meaning Palm Springs air won’t scorch when you breathe, but it’s hot enough to swim in the hotel pool after dark and off-season prices make this trip a family bargain.   Your Palm Springs experience can start lunch at one of the ...

 

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