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A Thanksgiving Visit to Plimoth Plantation with Kids

Photo Courtesy of BigStock/the1et Decades ago my great aunt traced my family’s lineage back to the Billington family who sailed across the Atlantic on the Mayflower in 1620. As a child I treasured my great aunt’s visits because she’d tell my sister and I the stories of these American ancestors. As I completed family heritage […]

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Exploring Washington D.C. with Toddlers and Young Children

Heading to DC with Toddlers? Here’s our best tips and recommendations for taking the littlest of kids to explore our nation’s capitol, Washington, D.C.

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Top 10 Day Trips from Washington DC for Families

Here are ten day trips from Washington DC (less than 90 miles from the White House) perfect for travelers visiting Washington DC with families.

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Top 10 Things to do in Pennsylvania with Families

Pennsylvania, the Keystone State, got its nickname for being in the middle of the original 13 colonies, thus holding the colonies together like a keystone. Today, Pennsylvania is the keystone of family vacations and is our “go to” vacation spot.

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A Summer’s Day in Morgantown, West Virginia

From the interstate, either I-79 or I-68, it’s easy to see that north central West Virginia is a beautiful area with heavily forested mountains. Living in the Mid-Atlantic, many of my road trips westward have taken me through Morgantown; however, until recently, I’ve never bothered to get off the highway to see what lay beyond […]

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Visiting Alcatraz with Kids

Thankfully, with some careful planning, my family of five (plus grandma!) survived our family-trip to Alcatraz, and you can too!

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