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Destinations

International Travel Destinations

Traveling is one of the most awesome things a person can do, alone or with your family, here you can find a lot of destinations to travel internationally. 

Get yourself ready and prepare to read and live the most awesome and authentic adventures. Full of beautiful landscapes, friendly people, and delicious food.

You sure will get yourself packed with a lot of different cultures and history.

What international travel destinations are family friendly and fun for everyone?

From Central America to Spain, taking a break in the United States, here you will find out where we’ve been and review the different destinations over the world

World’s Largest Mcdonald’s Orlando Florida – Is This Really Necessary?

Honestly, do we really need a ‘World’s Largest’ McDonalds? I highly doubt it. We stumbled upon this place accidentally while visiting Orlando, Florida. My son’s buddy lives in Orlando, and they haven’t seen one another in a long time. So the mama thought a safe bet would be to meet in McDonalds. The kids will […]

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Sculpture Garden New Jersey- Family Fun in the Most Unusual Place

When my parents invited me and the boys on our last visit to the States to a sculpture garden, you can imagine my excitement. I’ll save you the guessing. My kids and I weren’t excited about it at all. On the contrary, we were quite dreading the outing. I’m not going to pretend but my […]

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Carnegie Deli Review: Sandwiches and Entertainment All in One Famous Spot in NYC

Did you know that I lived in NYC for four years before I took off on my travel adventure that led me to my inevitable life as an ex-pat? I did. And I have to confess that in all those years I never visited Carnegie Deli. I passed it hundreds of times. I always peeked […]

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Schnippers NYC: Affordable, Delicious, Kid Friendly Restaurant in NYC?

Can you really get the words affordable, delicious, and kid-friendly into one sentence when describing an NYC restaurant? I honestly didn’t think that is a possibility. Sure, kid-friendly exists here, but affordable as in less than $10 for a delicious huge meal that a child will devour? Have to admit, it is a challenge. After […]

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3 Famous Key West Restaurants

Key West, Florida is without a doubt one of the places one MUST visit when checking out the Florida Keys. This is where most of the action has been taking place for the last 500 hundred years and is still going strong. It is popular among travelers because it has the highest average temperature in […]

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Lancaster County Home of All You Can Eat Restaurants

Not sure why the trend of Lancaster County is all you can eat style restaurants from huge buffets to family style meals, but I’ll take it. Secretly, I am a huge buffet fan. My husband, on the other hand, is into the al carte styled menus. But since he couldn’t join us on this family […]

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Street Food in NYC – What Are You in the Mood to Eat?

New York City is world renown for prize winning chefs, cuisines from all over the world and Michelin starred restaurants . There is even a saying, ‘You can eat three meals a day, ever single day for one year and still not eat at all the restaurants in NYC.” But aside from the insane amount […]

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Boston Trivia: Fun Facts About Boston And Things The City Was First AT

Boston is one of the most unique cities in the US. It’s a city of ‘Firsts’ and tons of fun trivia that you just gotta read about! Boston, a City of ‘Firsts’ and Not Only for the US but the World First Thanksgiving 1621: Plymouth First Public park 1634: Boston Common First public school in […]

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A Visit to the American Museum of Natural History in New York is a Can’t-Miss

Telling young kids that you were going to take them to a museum was almost the same as telling them you were about to go to the dentist. However, when you throw in words like dinosaurs, whales, meteors and other cool stuff their bodies start tingling, and they WANT to go! Related Read: Things to […]

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Rock and Indoor Climbing in New Jersey is a Great Addition to Your Travel Plans

Note of Caution – Once you finish reading this article, you will most likely have to change your travel plans. Living in Guatemala, my son’s school schedule revolves around the Southern Hemisphere. This means that they only get two weeks off for summer. For years, us parents have been working with our private school to […]

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3 Family Friendly Museums in NYC To Visit With Kids

Most people don’t think of museums as potential attractions while they travel. But I have discovered that they can provide a few hours of fun and learning experiences for me and my boys. That’s why, while looking for fun adventures with my family, I planned a visit to a few of the most iconic museums […]

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History of Grand Central Station – Meet at the Cross Roads in NYC

Grand Central Station is one of the greatest, most used landmarks of Manhattan. And the largest train station in the world. New York Central Railroad was the original name when Cornelius ‘Commodore’ Vanderbilt added railroad to his holdings. And has gone through many renovations and restoration to be the sixth most visited tourist attraction in the […]

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What To Do While Staying at The Breakers in Palm Beach

When staying at The Breakers in Palm Beach it is easy to be occupied from morning through night without even realizing it. Family Activities at The Breakers in Palm Beach Our first day was fully occupied when we visited the Beach Club and hung out in our own private beach bungalow. Well, I mainly hung […]

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Best Neighborhoods In Boston To Visit

Not only is Boston called the ‘Walking City’ it’s also nicknamed the ‘City of Neighborhoods’. With over 21 different neighborhoods, it’s hard to believe that such a small city can be so diverse. Bostonians take their neighborhoods very seriously. Every neighborhood is almost like a stand-alone town with the residents having strong-rooted pride, culture, and […]

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Spend the weekend on a Yacht Rental in Miami, Florida

Booking a break away is exciting, sitting down on a laptop and loading multiple websites, deciding where to go and what you would like to do. You’ll be asking yourself plenty of questions – do you want a city break or a beach break? What’s the weather like where you plan to go? Do you […]

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Fun Alcoholic Drinks at Ocean Prime Restaurants

What’s more creative than a chef in the finest kitchen? A mixologist. Tasting different cocktail mixtures and concoctions is one of my absolute favorite things to do when visiting different restaurants in Georgia. And whenever we travel internationally, or even locally, we often order the cocktail that is unique to the location, or restaurant. Looking […]

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What To Do In Central Park, NYC – Things You’d Never Thought Of Doing!

RYou can’t come to NYC and not visit Central Park. It’s practically sinful to do that.  Even if you visit in the dead of winter, it’s still a magical place. How to Do a Tour of Central Park: Walking around on your own or a guided tour of Central Park  Biking Central Park – either […]

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How To Get Around New York City

New York City is one of the easiest and most accessible cities to get around. Aside from being the perfect walking city, the subway system is fantastic, the buses go where the subways don’t, and how about the 14,000 yellow cabs that are everywhere to be hailed in seconds. Recommended Read: Places To Visit in […]

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Take a Cruise on the Circle Line in NYC

When my family and I moved to the United States over 35 years ago, one of the first tours we did was take the Circle Line in NYC cruise around the Island. Since the boats stopped arriving at Ellis Island, this was as monumental of a tour for us. Related Read: Circle Line Sightseeing Tour […]

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Visiting the Ivy League in Massachusetts: Colleges and Universities in Cambridge

Visiting Cambridge Massachusetts is much more than a stroll around the quaint streets and the banks of Charles river. It’s walking along in historic times along with the brightest minds of the US, and the world. I have to gloat a little. My baby brother five years ago had a dilemma: he had to decide […]

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