Florida vacations run the gamut from bohemian-style parties in the Florida Keys to kid-crazy family-fun zones in Orlando. But there’s a semi-secret part of the Sunshine State that hides in plain sight along the Gulf Coast and Tampa Bay.
It has been quite the frigid winter here in the Midwest. Record breaking. Between the -15 degree temperatures and the flu that is going around, all of my kids are getting stir crazy and I’m feeling the mommy burnout starting to set in. When it’s too cold to go outside our options for fun are limited to indoor activities which can get pricey really fast when you have 5 kids to pay for.
Vacations are so great. Really, they can be some of the best times of our lives! But, unfortunately, they can also bring along unwanted stress. This article will teach you how to deal with stress on a family vacation. You may hate flying, leaving behind work, or just plain despise vacation preparation.
Our first morning onboard the Magic Disney Cruise found us in Key West, the southernmost part of the contiguous United States. Upon arriving in any port, options abound for shore excursions and activities. Some people seek adventures, others look for food and drink while others only want a relaxing day at the beach.
The name Disney is synonymous with magic. If you’ve ever been to Walt Disney World or Disneyland, you’ve experienced the magic firsthand. However, the magic doesn’t stop when you leave the theme parks. Last month / In January 2018, my family and I discovered that the magic reaches all the way to Disney cruise ships.
The term “folksy” doesn’t even begin to describe the foot-stomping, down-home, feel-good flavor of Pigeon Forge, a mountain enclave nestled within the famous Great Smokey Mountains of Tennessee.