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Family Adventure List

Family Adventure List

The best thing about traveling is creating memories and good ones. Kids grow, people move away. That’s why you should be creating new memories, sweet memories with your beloved ones. And That’s why I have put up this Family Adventure List.

Here you will find a lot of things to add to your own adventure list, family-friendly things to do, a lot of fun things to do with your kids. Beautiful landscapes and activities are waiting for you.

Weekend Warrior: What’s Your Chosen Race and Adventure

It is not a secret that most people have BUSY weekdays, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t able to enjoy athletic outdoor activities at all, that’s how weekend warriors was born. For all those people that can’t do much on their weekdays! Also, it’s not about getting into a race and get the first place, it’s about making it and having fun.

In today’s podcast, I’m going to be talking about Weekend Warriors and the many things you can do to enjoy your weekend in an athletic way.

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5 Best Climbing Gyms in Washington DC Area and Around

Guest post from Brandon Villatoro (The Travel Experta’s Son) Every year we visit the US two times per year. But now with our training schedule for climbing, we have to keep up even when traveling. So when visiting our uncle in the DC area I looked for an indoor climbing gym to maintain our strict […]

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Top 5 Best Things To Do in Loxahatchee Park In Florida

If you look at the map of Southern Florida, you’ll be amazed as to how large the Everglades really are. It’s been a long dream of mine to visit the park and really sink my teeth into all it has to offer. However, with a two-year-old, I’ll be missing out on all the fun tours […]

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Play Mobile West Palm Beach – A Great Day With Kids

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 […]

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20 Popular Street Foods In Guatemala You Must Try

LISTEN TO THE EPISODE: APPLE PODCASTS | SPOTIFY | GOOGLE PODCASTS 20 Popular Street Foods In Guatemala You Must Try Guatemala is well-known for its food for many reasons, but mainly because it is so flavorful, and it’s such a big variety, and it’s very cheap, and Guatemalan street food is no different, yes, it can be a little […]

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Carnegie Deli Review: The Legacy of 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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Lancaster County Home of All You Can Eat Restaurants

Not sure why the trend in 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 a la carte styled menus. But since he couldn’t join us on this family trip, I had […]

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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. This time we visited Ivy League schools in Massachusetts. I have to gloat a little. My baby brother five […]

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Swan Boats of Boston: Facts About Boston Commons And Public Gardens

As with all things in Boston, everything has a significant historical background. Boston Commons and Public Gardens, is the main park of Central Boston and a perfect spot to kick back and enjoy nature. It’s an amazing place to spend some time with your friends, family, or even alone, something everyone likes is the Swan […]

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Bike and Roll NYC: Best Bike Rental to See the City (You’ll Be Surprised)

What’s the best way to see New York City? Without sitting on a bus or walking till your feet fall off? Biking, baby. If you asked me to do a bike tour of NYC twelve years ago, when I lived here, I’d laugh. The very thought of competing with the taxis or mobs of people […]

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Haymarket Boston: Dirt Cheap Products and a Whole Experience

Markets and I are best friends. I seek them out where ever I go and can spend hours simply wandering around, enjoying the atmosphere, without buying anything at all. This time I visited Haymarket in Boston, and it was a whole experience itself. Living in Guatemala my addiction stays alive and well with the amazing […]

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Wyndham Smugglers Notch Resort is the #1 Family Friendly Resort in USA

Many places that my family and I visit claim to be top-notch family resorts. But only a few truly can defend that title. Smugglers’ Notch Resort is considered the number one Family Resort in the USA. And after visiting there and testing it out for ourselves, I can definitely tell you – IT’S TRUE! So, […]

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NYC Pedicab Tours: Best Way to Take a Tour of Central Park

Locals, tourists, born-and-raised New Yorkers all have one thing in common. They all love Central Park. And they gather here for all types of events, activities, watching street performers, listening to live music, making out, or having their kids enjoy either the carousel, zoo, or a million other things it offers. And the best way […]

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Intrepid Museum Inside: Sea, Air and Space – A Kid’s Adventure

Growing up and living in New York City makes you overlook certain attractions or simply put them on your list of I’ll-do-it-one-day. Until the time has come to move away from New York and some of those attractions never happen. Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum was that one big attraction for me. Every time […]

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Good n Plenty Lancaster: Traditional Amish Food, Tour and History

Foodies unite. It is time to explore new sorts of eating hubs, and this one is for the masses. First of all. I am hardly a foodie. But I also know a good dining experience when I am right in the midst of it. And trust me when I say this, Good ‘n Plenty restaurant in Lancaster […]

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Hyatt Hotel Newport RI and Pineapples on the Bay Restaurant

Have you ever heard of Goat Island? This secret place is less than five minutes from Newport, Rhode Island and it houses one of the best outdoor restaurants to see the famous New England sunset while sipping fruity sangrias and breathing in the salty air. While searching for the best dining out time (i.e. sunset […]

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Union Oyster House: The Oldest Restaurant In America

Boston is a city that has so many monumental beginnings and first doings not only for the United States of America but for the entire world that it’s impossible not to become a bit of a history buff as you tour around this curvy, gorgeous, waterfront city. When I read that the oldest restaurant in Boston […]

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Tips for Visiting Universal Studios in Florida with Young Kids

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 and […]

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Days Inn Hershey: Where To Stay During A Visit to Hershey Park

My goal, when traveling to an amusement park, is to find a hotel that is as close to the park as possible. The last thing you want to do is waste time in a car the day of the actual activity. So, that’s where my searches always take me. It’s quick and easy. And it worked […]

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Sightseeing Tours in Boston: The Hop On Hop Off Fever Is Here!

Twenty years ago, when I lived in London, I remember taking the hop-on-hop-off double-decker tour to see all the hot spots and orient myself around the city. Back then London was the pioneer in such a nifty idea. Today it seems that every major city has incorporated it into their tourism agenda – and it […]

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