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Gifts of a Lifetime: The Ultimate Personalized Walt Disney World Event

Gifts of a Lifetime: The Ultimate Personalized Walt Disney World Event

April 19, 2014 No Comments For my dad’s birthday in 2009, I arranged for my cousin and her husband to come in from out of town for a family reunion. We planned several days at the theme parks, rented a beautiful condo, and made some terrific dining reservations. Yet I wanted to do something really unforgettable for the actual birthday ...

 

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa

April 16, 2014 No Comments   The Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa captures the allure of the island of Kauai in a seaside sanctuary for the whole family. Upon first entering the resort, one is greeted with flower and Kukui nut leis, as well as the island breezes washing right through the resort and hotel lobby which opens to views of ...

 

Orange County Zoo & Irvine Regional Park

Orange County Zoo & Irvine Regional Park

March 19, 2014 No Comments   Nestled within the verdant woodland of Irvine Regional Park, the Orange County Zoo is home to over 30 kinds of animals, most of which are native to the Southwestern United States.       This is a small 8-acre zoo that is perfect for families with young children, and includes animals like black bears, deer, ...

 

Corfe Castle – Dorset, England

Corfe Castle – Dorset, England

March 18, 2014 No Comments The ruins of Corfe Castle are magnificent

 

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Machu Picchu – An Emperor’s Estate

Machu Picchu – An Emperor’s Estate

March 17, 2014 No Comments   Lying hidden atop the Andes in the Cusco region of Peru, the ancient Incan city of Machu Picchu is one of the most important archaeological sites in South America.     Long ago it provided an estate for the emperor Pachacuti. It was built around the year 1450 but was abandoned a century later ...

 

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BLOOMING BUTTERFLIES – Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

BLOOMING BUTTERFLIES – Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

March 11, 2014 No Comments   Butterflies are in bloom.   That’s right, Spring brings more than flowers and budding leaves. It brings butterflies!     From April 13 – September 1, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County will open their annual seasonal Butterfly Conservatory exhibit with over 30 butterfly species from North America flying free among a lush variety ...

 

Coastal Games of “I Spy” Yield Treasures in Southern California

Coastal Games of “I Spy” Yield Treasures in Southern California

March 11, 2014 No Comments   Looking for some gigantic fun? Well my kids and I were, one fine fall day in Orange County, in the coastal area where white sand beaches lead up the hills to elegant resorts and stately homes. We found some Elephantine fun.   ELEPHANT PARADE – Dana Point Surely you and your little ones have ...

 

Awesome Afternoon Artwork – Downtown Los Angeles

Awesome Afternoon Artwork – Downtown Los Angeles

February 25, 2014 No Comments In an industrial corner of Los Angeles, north east of downtown’s glossy towers, and just across the LA River, you’ll find an awesome art complex housed in what was once a Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery. Today it’s a collection of artist’s lofts, open twice yearly for a fabulous afternoon art walk. Is it for kids? ...

 

Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park

Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park

February 23, 2014 No Comments   The island of Kauai rises from the ocean like the clawed foot of a beast. The sharp ridges, deep valleys and steep slopes of its North Shore sink like talons into the surrounding sapphire sea.   It has a harsh, almost feral beauty.      Chiseled cliffs are softened by what appears as emerald-green moss ...

 

Okanagan Lake

Okanagan Lake

February 17, 2014 No Comments Okanagan Lake is one of British Columbia’s treasures

 

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