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California’s Redwood National Park – a Must See for Families

When raindrops fall in Redwood National Park it is a dramatic event. I didn’t realize how unique it would be until we stood under the towering giants and looked up to see collected water droplets falling from 300 feet up above. Each drop collects more water as it rolls off of the tips of the […]

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Buellton, in the Santa Ynez Valley, is the perfect pit stop for a north-south road trip in California on the 101

Buellton, California: More Than A Pit Stop

Photo by: Bigstock/Dinala The Santa Ynez Valley is stunning. Its rolling hills, pastures, vineyards, and farmland lie nearly in the middle of Santa Barbara County, just a few hours from Los Angeles. Most road trippers stop in the Santa Ynez Valley, in Buellton specifically, for a pit stop along the 5 Freeway. The town of […]

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Returning After Tragedy: Santa Rosa and Las Vegas are Ready

A few months ago I wrote about why it’s so important to travel back to places after they’ve experienced tragedy. I gave a call to action that we as travelers put our tourism dollars back into Las Vegas and Santa Rosa to help rebuild after a terrorist attack and horrendous fires, respectively, had struck the […]

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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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Top 10 Things for Families to Do in Sacramento

  I was a kid when I moved to Sacramento, and now I’m raising a child here. I’d say that gives me a well-rounded perspective of the city some call “Cow Town.” But I’m not even sure how the city earned that nickname. Was this land once full of cattle? Where are they now? Though […]

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Sneak Peak: Everything We Know about Pixar Fest and Pixar Pier at Disneyland California Resort

Wondering what type of Pixar-themed fun is coming to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure this year? We were too. Let us know what else you are wondering. We’ll keep this article updated as we learn more about Pixar Fest and Pixar Pier. Pixar Fest: Starting April 13, 2018 Disneyland and Disney California Adventure will celebrate […]

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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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Orange County Food Halls that are Great for Traveling Families

Would you agree that finding food that the whole family can agree on is one of the hardest parts of travel? And sometimes ‘family’ themed restaurants are great for the kids but not always fabulous for the parents (we are looking at you Chuck E Cheese’s of the world). It is so awesome to see […]

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