Disney World

Visiting Disney with Young Children –Tips from One Mother to Another

Walt Disney World is every parent’s dream family vacation– to see the magic on your childrens’ faces when they step inside the Magic Kingdom is the most wonderful feeling in the world.  At first glance, a trip to Disney for your family may seem costly, overwhelming, and even out of reach. Read on for some […]

Disney Princess by H. Michael Miley on Flickr

Five Exciting New Reasons to Take Another Trip to Orlando

Orlando has long been one of the most popular holiday destinations in the United States. There are so many attractions to enjoy here and so much to see and do. If you’ve been here before and think that you’ve done everything, think again. New attractions are popping up every year, and here are five of […]

Disney World All-Star Movies Resort by Darren Wittko on Flickr

Orlando Theme Park Hotels: 5 Valuable Reasons to Stay

Theme parks have become such a great American hobby that sports stars like to mention them after just about any great victory (I’m going to Disney World!). Simply heading down towards Orlando can give a person an opportunity to enjoy many of these parks, and by the time a vacation is over with, it’s likely […]

Beast's Castle, Fantasyland, Walt Disney World

Disney World – Magic in The New Fantasyland

Last weekend we got the coolest opportunity to visit the new section of Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom park at Walt Disney World in Orlando. So far, whenever we’ve gone, it’s been open to other groups – Disney Vacation Club members, Annual Passholders who signed up in advance, etc. But my husband, who every now […]

Universal CityWalk

Orlando, Florida – I-Drive Fun for Students

The International Drive or I-Drive in Orlando, Florida is 11.5 miles of fun, adventure and great shopping. Located a few miles southwest of downtown Orlando, it rivals the Las Vegas Strip for world class entertainment. Spring or winter break or any time of the year, there is a lot of fun just waiting for students […]

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The Sound of Music: Excursions and Breaks for Musical Kids

For decades musical vacations have provided kids with a superb way to learn more about their musical interests, develop their singing or instrumental skills, and mature as a person. Whether embarking on band camp, going on an overseas tour with a choral society or joining in with your school orchestra as it plays across the […]

Washington, DC

Seven Cool Places to Travel on a Budget

Just because you don’t have lots of money doesn’t mean you can’t do any traveling. While vacations are rarely free, you also don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to visit some really cool places. Here are locations that are big on experience but easy on the wallet. 1. Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. […]

Orlando Attractions Off The Beaten Path

Orlando is easily the most exciting play to visit, especially if you’re traveling with family. If you mention Orlando to any kid, their ears are going to perk up. It’s a world of endless entertainment and most of it is geared toward the younger crowd. We all know about the most popular attractions, which include […]

Top 5 Multi Centre Holidays USA

Gone are the days where one holiday destination is enough. US holidaymakers are becoming more adventurous with our itineraries and we are no longer content with a dependable, two-week annual getaway where we are fixed in one single place. Multi centre holidays have grown in popularity, especially in a continent as vast as the USA, […]

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