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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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
Burlington, Vermont must be one of the cutest, most quaint New England cities we’ve visited so far. And one of the best ways to experience it is to be central so that you are walking distance from all the fun stuff it has to offer. So when searching for a hotel in Burlington, it is key […]Read More
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 […]Read More
The toughest decision one makes after deciding on a location is usually where to stay. Since I don’t like my family to stay in large chains or all-inclusive resorts when visiting small towns, the choices get trickier. To me, the hotel we choose is more than 50% of the experience of our trip. This time, […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
When my parents invited me and the boys on our last visit to the States to a sculpture garden, you can imagine my excitement. This is my time visiting Grounds For Sculpture in New Jersey with my kids. I’ll save you the guessing. My kids and I weren’t excited about it at all. On the […]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
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 […]Read More
Traveling to New Orleans as a single parent allows me to really expand my search for the best family-friendly adventures in the area. And, of course, I had a lot of help by watching ‘Princess and the Frog’ a ton of times to know that we wanted to get a peek of the bayou and […]Read More
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 […]Read More
15 years ago my parents bought a beautiful home on Greenwood Lake in New Jersey. The lake is actually split into two states bordering New Jersey and New York. Both sides, in my opinion, are equally scenic. On our last family trip to the States, we found out my parents sold their house and are […]Read More
One thing about raising tropical kids in Central America is that they YEARN for snow. I grew up in the snow. So for me, it’s not a novelty. Quite frankly, it’s been over 20 years that I’ve experienced it, and memory has a funny way of playing with your mind. What I seem to remember […]Read More
I won’t beat around the bush. What makes a great stay at a family resort? Plenty of kid’s activities and freedom for the parents, and that’s what exactly this resort offers. Here’s a list of fun family activities at The Breakers in Palm Beach. Ironically enough, up to this point, my kids always chose to […]Read More
When doing research for upcoming trips, I always start my process by posting in my favorite family travel groups I belong to on Facebook. It’s a great way to start the searches, cause the majority of the moms in these groups to have kids the same age as mine. Plus, their travel styles are similar […]Read More
When I first started doing my research for our trip to New Orleans, I must admit I quickly became so overwhelmed with the hundreds upon hundreds of hotels there were to choose from I almost backed out. We ended up staying at Maison Dupuy Hotel, and this is my review and tour. However, from my […]Read More
You 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. Here are 11 things to do in Central Park, New York, things you didn’t even imagine of doing here! Also, did you know that you […]Read More