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Attraction Reviews

One of the first things we do when traveling is look for a tourist attraction to visit, right? If you don’t do that, well, you should. They are one of the biggest experiences people have.

They can be pretty fun, from Disneyland to a zoo, passing by Dali’s Museum, Volcanos, caves, and Waterfalls. Here you can find reviews for the tourist attraction you need, you like and even the ones you didn’t even know existence.

Family-Friendly Attraction reviews are experienced first hand and reviewed for you close to your home and internationally.

Fun Facts About Crystal River Florida

Way before Crystal River was world-famous for swimming with Manatee, it had a super-rich history and incredible facts. I have been there so many times and I just don’t get tired of it, that’s why I decided to write the most interesting facts about Crystal River in Florida. Fun Facts about Crystal River, Florida This […]

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All About ArborTrek Canopy Adventures in Smugglers Notch, Vermont

While planning my family’s day trip to Smuggler’s Notch Resort in Vermont, I was lucky enough to get the best advice from Karen Boushie, Smuggs.com PR director. Thanks to her recommendation, she directed us to check out ArborTrek Canopy Adventures. ArborTrek is less than a five-minute drive from Smuggler’s Notch Resort, you do need a […]

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Restaurants Near Strasburg Railroad: Hershey Farm Restaurant

Why do trains and railroads bring out adventure feelings in people? What is it about them? Strasburg Railroad is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Lancaster, PA. A historic railroad with one of the oldest steam train in the world that showcases the history of railroads in America and you get the chance […]

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Top 8 Things To Do in New Orleans with Kids (+ Restaurants)

In my experience, New Orleans is one of the most culturally intense cities in the US. With jazz, voodoo, Mardi Gras, its French heritage, and others like Creole, African American, and the Caribbean, everywhere you look, there is something interesting to learn about. Top things to do in New Orleans with kids and the best […]

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Visiting Hershey Park, Pennsylvania – Find Out the Ins and Outs

The only true way for me to get my kids psyched and excited about going to Pennsylvania was the promise of spending an entire day at Hershey Amusement Park .  At this point, the words ‘Amusement park or Theme park‘ are used as currency in my house for joining in on any trip. And it worked […]

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11 Best Lake Atitlan Villages and Towns You Need to Visit

Lake Atitlan in Guatemala was formed many years ago, in fact, it is right on top of the crater of an old massive volcano. In the background, you will see more volcanoes, steep mountains, and at least twelve beautiful Lake Atitlan villages. It is a great place where tons of Guatemalan activities are offered. The […]

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Guatemala Pacific Coast: Places to Visit, Things to Do and More

Being an ex-pat in Guatemala, I got to know all the best places for tourists to go and spend their Guatemalan vacations on, and one of the best places is the Pacific Coast of Guatemala. Better known as the “Southern Coast or La Costa Sur“, this is the Guatemalan’s favorite place to go. Monterrico, the […]

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5 Unusual Places to Visit  in Guatemala

Now that I have been around the touristic industry in Guatemala I noticed that most travelers seem to think that the country is all about Antigua, Tikal, Atitlan, and Pacaya Volcano, some also go to Lanquin and Semuc Champey which is great. Even the kid of travelers looking for something more adventurous tend to stick […]

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Interesting Facts About Cobán, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala

Cobán is the most important city in the Verapaz region of Guatemala. It serves as the social and commercial hub for all the surrounding towns, villages, and tourist destinations. It also serves as a home for the largest and most popular half-marathon race in the country. Cobán City in Guatemala is still known as the […]

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Barcelona Gothic Quarter: What You Will Learn and See On a Walking Tour

Before arriving to any new destination, researching the place is not only common, but a smart thing to do. Unless you totally want to wing it, which is fun, but when you have kids, winging anything is more of a hassle than the joy of it. So when I started my orientation of Best Barcelona […]

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Where to Go Surfing in Guatemala

Being an expat living in Guatemala for the past years, I have gotten to know and visit most of the beaches and surf spot in the country.  Guatemala has 150 miles of uncrowded, pristine, volcanic black sanded, and year-round surfable coastline and has become known as Latin America’s last surfing frontier. With over 22 amazing […]

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Irtra Xetulul Guatemala: Central America’s Best Theme Park

Xetulul is a beautiful award-winning theme park known as the best in Central America. It is located in the Retalhuleu Department. It is surrounded by 4 beautiful hotels and a great water park. They are all part of a compound of parks and hotels distributed along the country known as IRTRA Guatemala. Xetulul is a […]

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Vilarnau a Family Friendly Cava Tour in Barcelona

Visiting Napa Valley over twenty years ago hooked me onto wine tours. Since then, whenever possible, I make sure to visit a local winery. Gratefully, our visit to Spain allowed us to visit many regions, and I made it my mission to find fun things to do in Barcelona and that’s how I found Cava […]

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Simón Coll Chocolate: A Must Do Chocolate Tour in Barcelona

Living with a family of chocolate lovers, the idea of visiting one of the most popular chocolatiers in Spain, Simon Coll, was a must-do. Visiting and Touring Simon Coll Simon Coll is located about 45 minutes outside of Barcelona. What’s great about the area that Simon Coll is located in, is that it’s also the place […]

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Teleferico de Madrid (Madrid’s Cableway): Is it Worth the Time and Money?

Madrid, as with most of Spain’s cities, has a Teleferico, Cableway (in English). It takes you over the city to its highest peak. Is the Teleferico de Madrid Worth the Money? Before arriving in Madrid I was recommended a number of different Madrid attractions: Prado Museum Royal Palace Flamenco Show Real Madrid Stadium tour (if you […]

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Bike City Tour of Malaga, Costa Del Sol: The Best Way to See the City

After years of traveling, I’ve reached a conclusion. Whenever you are in a new city, get your bearings by taking a tour. This can be done in a variety of ways: walking tour, bus tour, or bike tour. That’s why decided to get around Malaga on a bike city tour. We LOVE biking, so to […]

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Nerja Caves, Spain: A Must-Do Visit For The Whole Family

Do you know what happens when young boys enjoy watching bats at night? Discovery of one of the most beautiful cave systems in Spain. Nerja Caves, discovered completely accidentally by five buddies from the area, is one of the most interesting and beautiful caves in the area and probably that we have visited. And that’s what […]

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Malaga Bike Rental: Day Trips From Malaga

Fact – Our absolute favorite activity to do in any town, city, or country is to rent bikes and explore the landmarks of the city, like the football stadium called La Rosaleda. The best way is to do a city tour of Malaga, which I did and wrote a post about it, you can read […]

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La Rosaleda Malaga Football Club Stadium Tour

For our family trip to Spain everyone had certain criteria of what they HAD to experience. Even if the rest of the family wasn’t 100% keen on the activity we joined in, because we knew it would be reciprocated for others. In this case, football stadium tour hopping was one way of getting my oldest to do […]

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What To Do in Malaga, Spain in a Day: A Day of Exploring With My Son

Confession time, before our trip to Spain I barely gave Malaga a second thought. I knew it was in the south of Spain, in Costa del Sol, but that was the extent of it. It wasn’t calling out to me like Barcelona or Madrid (the typical spots to visit). But being a research junkie, especially […]

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