This summer, our family vacation time was limited to five nights. Yes, just five nights that my kids crazy summer schedules were both free so we could do a little getaway. We decided that a relaxing beach vacation would be perfect for a five night trip, and I had been wanting to experience an Iberostar property. I have sent lots of guests to Iberostar Selection Cancun (and the adults only Coral Tower) so I knew this would be a solid choice. We had the most wonderful vacation and I keep reading for my full Iberostar Selection Cancun Review.
Iberostar Selection Cancun Review – A Family Friendly Mexico All-Inclusive Resort
This summer I had to renew my passport, so I knew our end of summer adventure would be a stateside one. Since I’ve planned many Florida Keys trips for lucky clients, I knew I wanted to get down there and explore. This August, we did a split stay between Key West and Hawks Cay on Duck Key, and as always it was an epic adventure. We had the best time and I’m so excited to share my Key West with kids itinerary with you!
Every once in a while, I get some crazy idea that actually comes to fruition. I mean I always have crazy ideas floating around in my head, but sometimes they actually turn into a fun adventure! Like when I decided we do that New York to Florida drive. And back of course!
Because, why not? Right.
No seriously, this trip was super fun and an awesome adventure! And we saved a ton of money by driving. I know many families do this road trip – from New York or the Northeast down to Disney, Universal Orlando or other parts of Florida. So, I am so excited to share my guide to help you plan your New York to Florida drive!
A place we love to travel to is Atlantic City, New Jersey. Yes, this sea-side town is famous for its casinos and nightlife, but we love AC as both a parents-only getaway and a family trip. Since we do often bring kids to Atlantic City we ALWAYS get asked if there is enough family fun to justify a visit. And the answer is a resounding YES – there are so many great things to do in Atlantic City with Kids!
When I was a kid, I had a huge map of the world next to my bed. I used to stare at it for hours and dream of all the faraway places I hoped to visit. Which, if you know me should come as no surprise!
I still love to stare at a map, this time with intentional “where should we go next” wanderlust. During our recent cruise, I actually spent a crazy amount of time with the Holland America cruise view book they left in our stateroom, dreaming of all the sea adventures I hope to take someday (113-day around the world trip anyone?).
I also follow several families, through their websites, who are traveling around the world – with kids in tow. So when Bloomsbury approached me to check out an advanced copy of their new book, Where the Magic Happens: How a Young Family Changed Their Lives and Sailed Around the World, I was intrigued by the title alone!
Today I’m excited to share my review of this autobiography, and keep reading for your chance to snag an autographed copy!
Momma To Go would like to thank Bloomsbury Publishing for an advance copy of this book. As always all opinions are my own.
Where the Magic Happens: How a Young Family Changed Their Lives and Sailed Around the World.
One of the great side effects of being a seasoned traveler, and travel blogger, is that friends and family often ask me to help them plan their trips. (I really need to become an agent, its something I am thinking of doing – any advice on this definitely welcome). So when a friend recently asked for help planning a trip to Iceland, of course I was happy to get to work! Since I had already done the legwork, and put together a great list of must-do activities, I figured I would turn my research into an article to share with you.
We are so lucky to be able to visit Orlando Florida often! My cousin lives there, and her kids are around the same age as mine. They adore each other and we love exploring Orlando together. In the past, we all visited Legoland Florida (twice), Chef Mickey Brunch, the Orlando Eye, Aquatica and the Orlando Crayola Experience. So when planning this recent Florida trip, we were trying to think of something unique to do. My cousin suggested we try an Everglades Airboat Tour and I knew this was something my kids would love! We spent the day with Wild Florida and I am so excited to share my everglades airboat tour and gatorpark review with you!
Momma To Go would like to thank Wild Florida for hosting us at a discounted rate! As always opinions are all my own.
I travel to Cary, North Carolina about four times a year. My grandpa, age 106.5 lives there, as do my two aunts who are some of my favorite people in the world. There is so much to do in Cary, it is easy to get around and the people are so friendly! I love this area so much! I would love to live here permanently, but for now I have to settle for frequent visits! I’m so excited to finally be sharing my Cary, North Carolina Travel Guide to help you plan your visit to this area!
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