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Sedona Hotels and Activities for Families in Arizona

From mysterious vortexes to exceptional hiking, Sedona is a surprisingly kid friendly destination.

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Disneyland Resort Rings in the Lunar New Year with Food, Celebration, and Entertainment

2018 may have just begun but the fun is already in full swing at the Disneyland Resort. Disney California Adventure is again going all out in celebration of the Lunar New Year. The celebration of the Year of the Dog takes place now through February 18th and includes plenty of amazing food and entertainment options […]

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4 Great Outdoor Adventures in the Palm Springs Area

When much of the country is under the grips of Mother Nature’s deep chill, Palm Spring’s beautiful weather is beckoning your family to come explore the great outdoors. Winter temperatures are typically in the 70s, making it the perfect time to enjoy all the desert has to offer. Many visitors come to golf or lounge […]

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U-Cut Christmas Tree Farms: Cutting Down Your Own Tree

Photo Courtesy of BigStock/Andy Dean Photography The holiday season is officially here and for many of us, the season’s celebrations are not complete without a colorfully trimmed tree in our homes cut from the local Christmas Tree Farm. Artificial trees have become more and more popular in recent years, but Christmas tree purists like myself […]

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Top Ten Things for Families to Do in Hawaii

There is no other state in the nation quite like Hawaii. Our 50th state is truly one of the most beautiful spots on the planet with dramatic geography dominated by volcanoes, palm trees, and pristine beaches.

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Two Harbors: The Other Catalina

Most of the one million people who come to Catalina every year visit Avalon, an enchanting yet touristy seaside town on the island’s south end known for its lack of cars, elaborate tile artwork, multitude of shops and restaurants, and the famous architecture of the Catalina Casino hugging Avalon Bay. The city is small but […]

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