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Top 10 Family Beach Resorts on the Southeast Coast

Top 10 Family Beach Resorts on the Southeast Coast

June 14, 2011 No Comments The beautiful Southeast Coast of the United States has a fantastic array of beach resorts. 10 top resorts are listed here (alphabetically), each possessing the local charm of its region, making these exclusive resorts a haven of relaxation and excitement for the whole family. North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida are included in this ...

 

Family Style in the Florida Keys

Family Style in the Florida Keys

June 3, 2011 No Comments Want a real family resort in the Florida Keys? Check out the well known, six-decade-old Hawks Cay Resort. With four kid-friendly pools, and one adults-only option, this comfortable resort is great for kids of all ages, and parents after some rest and relaxation, too. With families making up a growing portion of visitors to the ...

 

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The Key to Key West Florida with Kids

The Key to Key West Florida with Kids

June 3, 2011 No Comments The key to Key West in Florida is to just relax and go with the flow. Kids love the wonderful sunset ritual of fire-hoop-jumping cats, street musicians, balloon animals, clowns, and of course the beautiful sunset. They love the music spilling out into the streets, the funky sand under their feet at the delicious Blue Heaven restaurant, ...

 

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5 Top National Parks for Families

5 Top National Parks for Families

June 2, 2011 No Comments National Parks have delighted families for generations with their natural beauty. Offering so much to see and do, these parks are a wonderful venue for families to bond, learn and grow together in the splendor of nature itself. The parks below (listed alphabetically) are 5 of the best national parks in the United States, and ...

 

The Suite Green Life: 	Bellasera Resort – Naples, Florida

The Suite Green Life: Bellasera Resort – Naples, Florida

May 27, 2011 1 Comment Like many travelers before us, the siren song of south western Florida’s blue skies, warm ocean, and soft sandy beaches lured us to the Gulf Coast. We were touring Florida, but as a stand alone vacation destination, Naples and the beautiful Bellasera Resort condominium hotel can’t be beat. In fact, after enjoying a grand tour ...

 

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Top 10 Best Waterparks in the United States

Top 10 Best Waterparks in the United States

May 25, 2011 No Comments Nothing brings out waterpark enthusiasts like a hot summer day.  Selecting a waterpark adventure can be a dizzying experience with so many choices throughout the world.   The list below comprises 10 of the best waterparks in the United States (listed alphabetically).  Each is highly rated and uniquely designed, featuring a wide variety of family-friendly attractions, conveniences, amenities and overall ...

 

National Naval Aviation Museum: Aircraft Through the Ages

National Naval Aviation Museum: Aircraft Through the Ages

March 3, 2011 1 Comment Located at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida, the National Naval Aviation Museum is impressive in every way. Packed to overflowing with military aircraft from the early years through today, the museum offers two floors of displays in the main building, a second hanger out back and a trolley tour of the flight line. ...

 

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Fort Barrancas: First Shots Fired in the Civil War

Fort Barrancas: First Shots Fired in the Civil War

March 3, 2011 No Comments Located high on a bluff on the grounds of the modern-day Pensacola Naval Air Station, Fort Barrancas was one of three forts built to protect Pensacola’s deep water port in the early 1840s. The site has been home to forts of three nations–Spain, England and the United States. Dad and I decided to visit during ...

 

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Castillo de San Marcos: The Only Remaining 17th Century Fort in the U.S.

Castillo de San Marcos: The Only Remaining 17th Century Fort in the U.S.

February 21, 2011 No Comments Located on the edge of the historic district in St. Augustine, Florida, Castillo de San Marcos was built by the Spanish at the end of the 17th century. Dad and I visited in May 2010 as part of our visit to St. Augustine. History of the Fort St. Augustine is the oldest permanently occupied city ...

 

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Fort Pickens: Pensacola Harbor Defense Turned Geronimo Prison

Fort Pickens: Pensacola Harbor Defense Turned Geronimo Prison

February 20, 2011 1 Comment Fort Pickens, Florida is part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore that includes barrier islands along the Mississippi and Florida gulf coasts. Acquired by the National Park Service (NPS) in 1971, Fort Pickens today includes a series of former military defense batteries, a quartz sand beach and an extensive campground. Fort Pickens Road There is ...

 

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