Do you like amusement parks? Beautiful Beaches and sunny weather? Well, let me tell you something, Travel to Florida!. You will love this trip.
Florida is packed with so much fun. So many great places to eat and a bunch, a bunch of attractions, amusement parks, and museums. You can go and visit the Florida Keys. You will find lovely people everywhere and great food.
Get ready! Here you will find out what do to, where to eat and stay with your family while traveling to Florida. Family friendly hotels, restaurants and tours for you.
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
Here’s the deal. I’m not a fan of amusement park rides. I love visiting amusement and theme parks, but I detest going on the rides. I get thrill enough of seeing my kids and husband having fun while I watch from the sidelines. Sometimes I’ll join on the easy rides that require very little thrill […]Read More
Making memories while traveling is the best memories kids can have. And Disney is the motherlode of where memories are made. Plus, it’s a great way for extended family to have fun together. Eat crazy stuff. No matter what – do.not.miss the Electric Parade. It will leave you speechless. Fireworks that all other firework shows […]Read More
Legoland in Florida is the perfect theme park to visit if you have kids younger than 12 years old. The best age is around 9 years old, which my oldest was at the time of our visit. My 3 year old also had a blast, but wasn’t able to do all the rides. Which was […]Read More
Sometimes our travels simply don’t allow us to stay in a place for a week. However, every little bit counts and in a 48 hours, with a good plan in hand, you can have a great time learning as much as you can about any place. This is how I spent my time in Tampa, Florida. […]Read More
When you think of Key West facts the first things that come to mind are: Ernest Hemingway Drinking Pirates and Treasure Hunting Ernest Hemingway’s presence is everywhere. Especially in the bars that were rockin’ over 80 years ago, as they are now. Sloppy Joe’s and Captain Tony’s are the top two best bars in Key West […]Read More
Legoland Florida is a theme park for kids twelve and younger. Most rides are tailored to younger kids. However, you would be so surprised about some of the rides. Legoland Florida Rides List We’ll start with the baby rides. There are several that are for younger kids only The Royal Joust was a ride for […]Read More
Do you want to know what the biggest surprise of visiting Tampa was? The restaurants! They aren’t just your normal type, but institutions jam-packed with history, culture, and truly unique food fare. Must Eat Places In Tampa, Florida Columbia Restaurant – Apparently a visit to Tampa doesn’t really count until you visit this restaurant. For […]Read More
Living in West Palm Beach we have the great benefit of living close to the only Playmobil Fun Park in the United States. And the best part – it is only $1 to enter. Do those types of prices even exist anymore? Apparently so. And it is worth every penny. My oldest boy is extremely […]Read More
Once per year, Tampa gets lit up. And it’s not during the holiday season, but a unique collection of artists get together and decorate Downtown Tampa. Lights on Tampa Festival What Lights on Tampa is All About? This is a festival that highlights seven art installations: Sky Striker, HEARD, FL, Glowing River, Recurrence, Urban Pixels, […]Read More
Way before Crystal River was world famous for swimming with Manatee, it had a super rich history. Things To Do At Crystal River Florida Swim with manatees Cruising around Crystal River Horseback riding Golfing Sport Fishing – Crystal River is known for record breaking catches of tarpon, reds and trout. The Crystal River State Archeological […]Read More
Daytona Beach Florida has a fun history. Besides being MTV’s first Spring Break reality show, and known for bike week and of course for Daytona International Speedway, there is much more to this great beach town. While exploring the city for a few days, my family and I were able to learn a lot of […]Read More
When researching our mini – honeymoon to the Florida Keys, I knew two things. 1. I wanted to do it on a motorcycle and we did by renting an awesome Harley Davidson from Eaglerider to have the motorcycle road trip of our dreams. 2. To stay on a sailboat. I am not a sailor and […]Read More
The Florida Keys is considered one of the unique spots to visit in the US. And the history that is behind it makes it that much more of a place to visit and have fun, especially if you’re an angler who’s into Family fun fishing trips. There are many fishing spots in the Florida Keys […]Read More
Photo by Jeremy Bishop from Pexels If you are looking for the ideal summer vacation spot, then look no further than Cape Coral. Cape Coral is a beautiful city situated in Lee County, Florida and has over 400 miles of canals. Due to the myriad of beautiful water hotspots, there is no better way to see and explore […]Read More
Key West is without a doubt the top priority Key to visit when checking out the Florida Keys. This is where all the action happens. And interestingly enough, the action has been taking place here for over 500 years. We had the joy to learn all the cool facts and info firsthand during our bike […]Read More
Legoland has a one day or two day pass. We were there for the winter months and the water park was closed. Which would be a good reason to do the two-day pass. That is before I discovered Miniland Legoland. The exhibit of miniature cities was by far my absolute favorite thing to see. I […]Read More