family travel

Outdoor Gravity Park on a Roll in Pigeon Forge

by Anthony Manzanares on July 8, 2015

Pigeon Forge’s newest attraction offers two wet and slippery attractions and one dry activity, and it plans to add two more adventures this summer. It is Outdoor Gravity Park, a new business on the former Zorb site that features the New Zealand iconic OGO adventure and the spinning-in-place Fishpipe. The OGO is a plastic sphere […]

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At the core of NASA’s future is a new journey of innovation and discovery. Groundbreaking technologies will enable us to journey to new worlds and increase our understanding of the Earth, our solar system and the universe beyond. ATX– Astronaut Training Experience at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex – invites guests to explore as never […]

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Visit South Dakota’s Great 8

by Mary Jo Manzanares on June 10, 2015

Named after the Lakota and Dakota Sioux Native American tribes, much of South Dakota’s culture reflects that ethnic heritage. It also boasts a tourism focus that includes prehistoric beasts, world-famous pioneers, Native and wild west legends., all of whom called South Dakota home at one time. If you’re planning a visit to the state, a good […]

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Carnival Cruise Lines Expands its Fun Ship Offerings

by Marilyn Jones on February 26, 2014

Sailing on Carnival Conquest

  Long considered the party cruise line, Carnival Cruise Lines also makes sure they take care of their non-partiers by continually adding new entertainment, restaurant options, and fun for the younger set — which will soon include Dr. Suess and Seuss At Sea. The cruise line carries more than 700,000 kids aboard its fleet every […]

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Top Tips For Travelling With Kids Through Central Station Belfast

by Guest Contributor on February 12, 2014

belfast castle northern ireland

Travelling with children can be stressful at the best of times, but when you are trying to negotiate public transport, it is often a nightmare. Train travel is one way of getting from A to B quickly and painlessly. Children like trains and as long as you are able to secure seats with a table, […]

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Houseboating: A Digital Vacation from Forever Resorts

by Mary Jo Manzanares on February 5, 2014

houseboating with Forever Resorts

National Park Service concessioner Forever Resorts is helping guests unplug and enjoy the scenery — rather than Instagram it — by offering a Digital Vacation to anyone booking a houseboat trip at Cottonwood Cove Resort and Marina or Callville Bay Resort and Marina in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. This offer, designed for work-weary […]

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Theme Park Weekend in Minneapolis

by Mary Jo Manzanares on January 6, 2014

Nickelodeon Universe theme park

When you’re looking for an affordable family theme park weekend, it’s easy to get scared away by the price tag on many of the big name theme parks. But sometimes you want a more affordable option, something a little slower pace that still delivers lots of fun. That’s what I found myself looking for and, […]

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Theme Parks in London Providing an Adrenaline Rush

by Guest Contributor on November 4, 2013

TTW suitcase

So, you’re done with London’s high street shopping, have visited London Eye and Buckingham Palace, and had a few drinks in a local pub. But is that all? It’s time to begin your next adventure at one of the theme parks in London. Put your hands in the air and scream out loud and head […]

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An All-American Vacation In America’s Historic Triangle

by Mary Jo Manzanares on September 25, 2013

America’s Historic Triangle

Experience four seasons of fun in America’s Historic Triangle, where a year-round attraction pass and vacation package allows visitors to take part in engaging living-history programs along with special events and exhibitions. It’s a chance for a fresh perspective on the stories of the nation’s beginnings – the 1607 founding at Jamestown of the first […]

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Awesome American Theme Parks

by Guest Contributor on July 25, 2013

Millennium Force at Cedar Point Ohio

When they talk about Americans “super-sizing”, they’re not just referring to their fast food. Somehow everything in America seems to be done on a much larger scale, from supermarkets to cars, festivals to movie special effects. And the same is very much true of American theme parks. These incredible places are visited by millions of […]

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