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Vail Winter Vacation at Lion Square Lodge

Vail Winter Vacation at Lion Square Lodge

September 14, 2010 4 Comments Our holiday in Vail, Colorado was by far one of the best skiing vacations we have enjoyed yet. It was mid January 2009 and we flew non-stop into Vail’s Eagle County Regional Airport from Los Angeles where our shuttle driver was waiting to take us to the Lion Square Lodge in Lionshead Vail. Big Mountain ...

 

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Family Gold in Jamestown California

Family Gold in Jamestown California

September 14, 2010 No Comments With historic towns, caves, caverns and mines to explore, the rolling Sierra Nevada hills in California make a great weekend excursion.  Jamestown California, our starting point for a weekend of exploring is an easy drive from Fresno, California on a road made gold by fall foliage this time of year. You can fly or drive the ...

 

From the Sea to the River – More, Marvelous Oregon

From the Sea to the River – More, Marvelous Oregon

September 13, 2010 No Comments Our family left the coastal area of Oregon and the beautiful ocean beaches for the river – the Columbia River Gorge.  Make sure to read about the start of our family fun Oregon Coast excursion as well as Part 2 in Southern Oregon.  Just as magnificent in its own way as the sea, the wide windy river is vast and ...

 

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Family Fun on the Oregon Coast

Family Fun on the Oregon Coast

September 10, 2010 2 Comments Beaches strewn with climbable driftwood… square topped rocks called sea stacks morphing out of the morning waves… caves and coves for your little pirates to explore… and lighthouses! That’s the southern Oregon coast near Yachats. The quickest route in is to fly into Portland and drive to the sea in under five hours; our recent trip ...

 

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“Down the Shore” in Cape May, New Jersey

“Down the Shore” in Cape May, New Jersey

September 10, 2010 2 Comments I may be a California girl now, but my heart will always belong to the Jersey shore.      From the time my eldest son Tristan was a baby, traveling to the southernmost tip of New Jersey for our annual family beach vacation has been a tradition that we never missed–until this summer, since we moved across ...

 

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All Inclusive Vacation at the Manzanillo Karmina Palace

All Inclusive Vacation at the Manzanillo Karmina Palace

September 9, 2010 No Comments Looking for an all inclusive family vacation in Mexico that’s off the beaten path?  How about the exotic all inclusive Karmina Palace Resort in Manzanillo, between Puerto Vallarta and Zihuatanejo?  This Pacific Ocean gem is where our family of 12 spent a 5 day vacation in late September of 2004.  I was there with my ...

 

Regent Seven Seas Alaskan Cruise Vacation

Regent Seven Seas Alaskan Cruise Vacation

September 7, 2010 2 Comments Last month I found out through my mother that Joe and Amy (my aunt and uncle), were about to embark on an extravagant 7 day trip to Alaska.  We were on the phone when she mentioned it, and I was absolutely intrigued! A good friend of mine went there on a fishing expedition just over ...

 

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Las Vegas, for Families too!

Las Vegas, for Families too!

September 7, 2010 1 Comment There’s talk that Las Vegas is revamping itself and becoming a family vacation destination.  Having taken two trips to Las Vegas in one year—one with a family in tow, the other as a respite from said family (or at least the younger contingent of it)—I can safely say that Las Vegas is a wonderful family ...

 

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Universal Orlando: Not Just for Thrill-Seeking Teens

Universal Orlando: Not Just for Thrill-Seeking Teens

September 7, 2010 1 Comment Universal Orlando opened in 1990 with just one park — Universal Studios Florida. The second gated theme park, Islands of Adventure, opened in 1999. Located just down the road from Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando has long been compared to its older sibling. The proximity of the two complexes has led to “fan wars,” with ...

 

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Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia: History Made Fun

Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia: History Made Fun

September 6, 2010 3 Comments It would be easy to dismiss Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia as just another roadside attraction. Seemingly plopped down in the middle of a tourist area with a Ripley’s Museum on one side and a Busch Gardens on the other, Colonial Williamsburg could seem like yet another way to part you from your money. But those who ...

 

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