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 When the temperatures creep toward triple digits, those of us who make sunny Scottsdale our home, often hightail it to our breezy, beachfront neighbor to the West.  You don’t have to be a desert dweller to appreciate San Diego’s year round appeal!   Here are six places we like to stay…
Published in Top Stories
  Does your family travel in an RV? Visitors to Death Valley National Park now have options thanks to the Furnace Creek Ranch. The Fiddler’s Campground offers 35 RV sites (but no hook-ups). Located at The Ranch, the Furnace Creek RV Park offers 26 full-hookup RV sites and can accommodate…
Published in National Parks
Put Death Valley National Park and the Furnace Creek Resort on your family vacation list and you’ll return home amazed by the sometimes startling natural wonders, astounding vistas and western charm you’ve discovered. From our country’s low point at Badwater to neighboring mountains rising more than 11,000 feet from the…
Published in Top Stories
Quick, what's the difference between a big resort hotel and the Wizard of Oz's Emerald City?  Answer: A story.  The wizard's creator, L. Frank Baum, was a frequent visitor to Coronado, California, and the town's beating heart, the Hotel del Coronado ("The Del" to the locals). His visits were so…
Published in Top Stories
Are you a history buff? Observe or join in the fun as important events in our nation’s past come to life. Here are five places where you can catch a glimpse of days gone by: 1. 49ers Encampment. Death Valley, CA. Visions of California gold-hued riches fueled the intrepid explorers…
Published in My Travel Style
It's a day every father dreads. Because it is inevitable, because there is little we can do about it, it looms like a specter on our already difficult parenting journey. Despite our best efforts, there is no avoiding the cultural influence and messages on the sides of busses, on billboards,…
Published in Top Stories
Now’s the perfect time to bring your family to the Aquarium of the Pacific, in Long Beach.  Touch a shark, feed lorikeet birds, watch penguins play, or even speak with an underwater diver! During your visit, you can explore the Aquarium’s three main galleries, including the chilly Northern Pacific, the…
Published in US Travel
What’s not to love about a carousel? For many of us, the mere throught of hopping aboard a painted horse or other fanciful creature brings a smile to our faces. For a charming mix of music, whimsy and history, here are five to consider: Salem, Oregon. Located in the city’s…
Published in Find Trips by Age
Beaches and boardwalks. Introduce the family to your favorite walkway or discover an historic seaside fun zone together. Here are five to consider: Atlantic City Boardwalk. Atlantic City, NJ. Stroll along this historic promenade, considered the oldest and longest boardwalk in the country. Since the first wooden planks were placed…
Published in My Travel Style
Mothers and daughters deserve time away from the fray. Here are five places where the girls can just have fun: Scottsdale, AZ. Mothers and daughters can tee it up on a spectacular course, ranked as one of the country’s top ten. Also noted as a “women friendly” course, the golf…
Published in My Travel Style
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