Oldest Florida Attractions

By August 18, 2019 Attractions

Are you looking for things to do in Florida that aren’t all theme park and Disney World related?

How about visiting the oldest attractions in the state? Some of them have been around for at least 100 years! Discover underwater mermaids, catch a live alligator show, or cool off with a scoop of the creamiest ice cream you’ve ever tasted, from the most popular sweet shop in all of South Florida. 

Are you ready? Jump in. 

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3 Underrated Areas Worth Visiting in the Northwest

By August 16, 2019 Places

Sure, you’ve been to Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco, but there are many not-so-popular places in the Northwest that are just as amazing. Here are just a few of our favorites if you’re in the mood to be a little more adventurous and wander off the beaten path.

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Quick Guide to Cincinnati, Ohio

By August 13, 2019 Places

If you love a good beer, sports game or bowl of chili, then you need a trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. In this post, you will find a quick guide of things to see, do- and eat- during your stay. 

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Favorite Museums in the Northeast

By August 10, 2019 Attractions

If there’s one thing you will find a lot of in the Northeast, it’s museums. 

The biggest cities, including New York, Boston, and Philadelphia, are chock full of some of the best museums in the United States. But there are lots of great and exciting museums in many smaller towns too. 

So if you’re exploring both the main streets and back roads of this part of the country, you can find plenty of options. 

Here are a few of our favorite museums in the Northeast. 

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Surprisingly Kid-Friendly Cities in the U.S.

By August 4, 2019 Family Travel

When planning family-friendly vacations, certain cities tend to get skipped over because of their notorious reputations as party towns. But, not so quick! Don’t discount them yet. You might be surprised how kid-friendly some of them actually are. Inside this post, we’ve named four of them. Take a peek. 

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Beginners Guide to Snorkeling

By July 30, 2019 Tips

You’ve probably seen these pictures on Instagram or in the glossy pages of a travel magazine. Someone floating in crystal clear water observing colorful fish and coral reefs below them.

Sounds pretty nice, doesn’t it?

That’s the beauty of snorkeling. You get a first-hand view of everything that’s going on right below the water’s surface without needing tons of equipment or experience.

If you haven’t snorkeled before, but would love to give it a shot, you’re in the right place. 

We’re going to give you a beginner’s guide to snorkeling that will highlight the main things you need to know before you get started!

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3 Kid-Friendly Crafts for Summer

By July 29, 2019 Tips

Summer is a time of pure enjoyment for kids. Their schedules are more relaxed- and so are their parents. It gives them a chance to really dive into and explore the things around them, like art. 

Art is not only good for kids emotionally because it gives them the gift of self-expression but, it’s also good for them physically and cognitively. It improves fine motor skills, stimulates the senses, lengthens attention spans, and encourages decision-making. 

Inside this post are 3 Kid-Friendly crafts for all ages. 

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5 Essentials for a Summer Road Trip

By July 26, 2019 Tips, Travel

Ready for a summer road trip?

We like the sound of that!

But, before you hop in your car and head off to your next destination, make sure you’re completely prepared first. There are a few road trip essentials that you’ll need to make sure you get the most out of your journey. 

In this post, we’re going to share some of the essentials for a summer road trip that you won’t want to leave home without. 

Let’s take a look.

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