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Category: Destinations

All You Need To Know: Beaches Sesame Street In Turks And Caicos

When someone asks me where to take their family for their next vacation, without hesitation I say Beaches Sesame Street in Turks and Caicos.  Okay, technically, it is called Beaches Resort (not Beaches Sesame Street).  But, there are few places outside of Disney that can really indulge families of all ages from infants to adults, including grandparents. Beaches Resort’s partnership with Sesame Street makes it so that this…

9 Ways To Celebrate Easter At Disney World

  If you are planning to be at Walt Disney World Resort over the Easter holiday this year, there’s good news. Mickey isn’t the only guy with big ears in town!  Here are nine hopping ways to celebrate Easter at Disney World, making your magical vacation even more “eggsellent” than your little prince and princess can even imagine! This post contains affiliate links for…

The Best Castle Stay In France: Château De La Barben Hotel Review

If you ever dreamed of being like Belle in Beauty and the Beast, a stay in Château De La Barben in the South of France might be your best chance. Don’t worry, though. There are no beasts roaming around this real-life fortified castle.  But, you will enjoy a royally authentic experience in this modern-day bed and breakfast. This post contains affiliate links, which means I…

10 Best New England Ski Resorts For Families

They say if you can ski the East, you can ski anywhere. Though New England can be variable in the winter, we DO gets lots of snow and have some great mountains for skiing. If you are thinking of New England for a family ski weekend or a longer winter break, check out my TravelingMom post about the 10 Best New England Ski Resorts For Families…

Smugglers’ Notch: A Must-Do Family Ski Resort In New England

If Disney had its own ski resort, I am pretty sure it would be just like Smugglers’ Notch family ski resort in New England.  Like Disney, there is a “mousescot” – called Mogul Mouse, instead of Mickey Mouse. There are dreamy staff members who make your kids feel special. You’ll enjoy fireworks, entertainment, down-hill rides (snow tubing),  sky rides (ok, technically they are chairlifts…

Children’s Travel Book Review And Giveaway: “Where Would Santa Go?”

One of the ways we love to prepare our kids for travel or teach them about other countries and cultures is through our evening storytime routine.  Reading a children’s travel book about London, like the Paddington Bear series, before our trip helps them make connections on our trips.  We also love to do this before holidays, like Christmas, to get them excited for the upcoming occasion. Speaking of…