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Lisa-Marie Leihy loves to explore new places across the world and blog about her Sunshine State adventures with her family at Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine.

Kid Friendly Aruba…One Happy Island!

Aruba is unique among the Caribbean islands. The Dutch influence gives the island an International feel with multi-lingual locals, luxury resorts and shopping, and US dollars accepted everywhere. Aruba has soft sand beaches on the western shores and rocky desert landscapes along the other coasts.

Top 10 Things for Families to Do in Florida

Whether on the white sand beaches or in a Magic Kingdom, families can find their treasures – vacations packed with priceless memories. These are my Top Ten things for families to do in Florida. Embark on your journey to Florida today!
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Palm Beaches for Families– Not Just for the 1%

When I daydream about Florida’s Palm Beaches, images of the incredible variety of luxurious beach front resorts, fine dining, cultural and environmental events, and endless shopping opportunities come alive in my thoughts. There are many good reasons why the 1% have flocked to the Palm Beaches for generations. These communities have earned their impressive world-class...

Park City for Families- Winter Fun Abounds!

Park City, Utah, once a silver mining boom town deep in the Wasatch Mountain Range, has been transformed over the past few decades into one of the most family friendly vacation destinations in the USA.

Family Friendly Luxury at the Breakers Palm Beach

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Breakers Palm Beach truly is an elegant oceanfront resort destination ideally suited for families of all ages. I have fond memories of visiting The Breakers as a child. Thanks to ongoing revitalization efforts and more than a few impressive expansions, the resort looks even more amazing...

Exploring the Florida Everglades with Kids

Florida is well known for many family friendly vacation spots. One of my favorites is the Everglades National Park. This park is the third largest in the lower 48 (behind Death Valley and Yosemite National Parks) and has such a variety of plant and animal species that a walk through this “river of grass” really feels like...

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