Temperatures have fallen in the Toronto area, the days are shorter, and there’s a pervasive feeling that autumn is over and winter will be arriving shortly. Along with the nip in the air, there’s also a festive feeling as holiday displays appear in shop windows and the malls fill with the sound of carols. There might not be any snow on the ground yet but Toronto is ready to celebrate the holidays.
The snow has hit the ground more than once, which means it’s nearly holiday season in Colorado! Families with kids know that means all varieties of fun holiday activities to celebrate the snow, and the growing excitement of family gatherings and community celebrations.
Note: Universal Studios Hollywood is closed for the duration of 2020 due to Covid-19. Hollywood magic and the wonder of the holiday season meet at Universal Studios! Imagine a gentle …
Natural beauty and urban energy combine to offer numerous opportunities for exploration and adventure in the Mile High City. With 300 days of sunshine, picturesque views of the Rockies, and …
San Francisco is a city that offers plenty of free activities for families. I have all of them detailed in my book ‘Your Guide to Visit San Francisco for Free’ and it was a delight to pick ten activities that my own family enjoys doing and sharing them with you.
The crowds have thinned, the weather is still warm, and Halloween Time is in full swing. Disneyland goes all out for Halloween, with the first signs of pumpkins showing up around mid-September and a special Halloween Party running from the end of September through October 31st.
Top 10 things to do in Disney World outside the theme parks. Part of the reason families return to Disney World year after year is because there is so much to see and do that one vacation is never enough.
Kids love Disney characters, and kids love tasty treats, what’s better than combining the two into an unforgettable meal? Here are our recommendations for character dining at Walt Disney World.