I recently went on a family getaway to one of the most beautiful places in all of Wisconsin. Door County is a peninsula approximately 70 miles long and lies in the northeast part of the state bordering Lake Michigan. With 11 lighthouses, 5 state parks, 11 golf courses, 100 art galleries, museums and performing arts venues, 2500 acres of cherry orchards, 6.5 miles of sandy shoreline, and more than 23,000 acres of public and preserved land to explore, there is always a new adventure in Door County.
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The thriving metropolis of Vancouver, British Columbia may not look like it offers much to kids at first glance, but turn a corner and you will be blown away by …
Within an one-hour drive of historic Girona lie pretty Mediterranean villages offering quiet sandy coves, family activities, excellent seafood, and a wealth of seafaring history. I was surprised by unspoilt nature of the coastline and how well the medieval villages had been restored. I had imagined coastal Spain to be full of overbuilt beaches and tacky towns but this trip was a revelation. Here’s a taste of what Costa Brava offers.
About 60 miles from Boston, the Cape boasts more than 559 miles of shoreline and 115 beaches. That’s enough beach for everyone to find their slice of sand and we found ours thanks to Red Jacket Resorts, sponsor of this blog post.
We heeded the call for adventure and headed west for a week-long stay at The Home Ranch. This all-inclusive dude ranch in Northwest Colorado is ready to play host to any adventurer who enjoys great food.
Startling facts are surfacing that severe food allergies are on the rise. According to the CDC, 4 out of every 100 children suffer with food allergies and between 1997-2007 food allergy incidences increased 18%! If you or a family you know is dealing with this serious condition, here’s a few handy tips I have put together for family travel with life-threatening food allergies.