A world of celebration awaits your family this holiday in Santa Rosa, California. Travel from Mexico to Italy through different cultural festivities, listen to the sounds of Germany and Ireland, and watch the dancers of Moscow perform the highly anticipated Nutcracker, an event that will surely become a family tradition.
Jamaica is a spectacularly beautiful country full of friendly people, good food, gorgeous beaches, and plenty for families to do. I’m dreaming of a return visit to this amazing place!
Whether you are seeking a walk through history, animal encounters, or the best southern cuisine in Dixie, Atlanta delivers, dripping with southern hospitality and charm. Enjoy these top 10 things to do in Atlanta for families, in addition to a few tips about where to eat, stay, and venture past the city.
I’m convinced that I could live a lifetime in Asheville, North Carolina and not have the time to try every amazing restaurant that the city has to offer. It would certainly take decades to hike every mountaintop and waterfall within an hour’s drive of the city or to delve fully into all the stories […]
The best things in life are free. Don’t think so? Make your way to the Windy City and you’ll immediately change your mind.
Featured Image By BigStock/yarruta My dad has a favorite expression: “You see what you know.” In other words, if you’re walking down the street and you know that a certain building is there, you’ll look at it. Otherwise, you’ll pass it without a glance. Kids operate the same way. Ever wonder when you’re traveling with […]
Golden Gate Park is one of San Francisco’s gems. From hands-on museums and luscious gardens to an amazing playground and gorgeous vistas, Golden Gate Park is full of fun activities for families.
I first traveled to Costa Rica 17 years ago as a young, single woman looking for an adventure. Now a mother of two, and ready to bring international travel back into my life, I was more than worried that returning to Costa Rica would be a different experience than my first trip; and not different […]
Photo Courtesy of BigStock/Wavebreak Media Ltd My kids have a hodgepodge of ethnic backgrounds. Take one Russian grandfather and one Polish grandmother, add two Anglo-Irish-Welsh grandparents and three religions, and they are the cultural equivalent of mixed nuts. I would love to take them on a whirlwind tour of their roots from Dublin to Vladivostok, […]