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  • Homeschool Travel Spotlight

    Sunday, March 30, 2014

    Tuscana Resort Orlando is a “suite” deal for families

    Dreaming of Disney? Longing for LEGOLAND?  Orlando is the place to be this year, with plenty to do inside and outside the major theme parks.  Did you know the average daytime winter temperature in Orlando is around 70 degrees? My family and I ...     READ MORE >>

    Tuscana Resort Orlando is a “suite” deal for families
  • Homeschool Travel Spotlight

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

    Jekyll Island: A budget-friendly educational family vacation

    Jekyll Island, Georgia offers a variety of inexpensive and highly educational options to help you create a fantastic family vacation. It has been my go-to budget beach vacation for years. The first visit was centered around visiting the Georgia Sea Turtle Center to ...     READ MORE >>

    Jekyll Island: A budget-friendly educational family vacation
  • Homeschool Travel Spotlight

    Monday, February 10, 2014

    Kids travel contest: WIN A PRIVATE ISLAND FAMILY VACATION

    If you are looking for a way to get your kids excited about a writing project, this just might be the trick! Eagle Island, Georgia is giving one lucky family the chance of a lifetime. “Why I Want to Win a Vacation on ...     READ MORE >>

    Kids travel contest: WIN A PRIVATE ISLAND FAMILY VACATION
  • Homeschool Travel Spotlight

    Tuesday, December 17, 2013

    Stay and Play in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

    San Miguel de Allende is a quaint village in middle Mexico, only about 170 miles from Mexico City.  Cobblestone streets and brightly painted facades beckon visitors from around the globe.  11,000 expatriates call San Miguel home, hailing from Canada, Europe, and America.  In ...     READ MORE >>

    Stay and Play in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
  • Homeschool Travel Spotlight

    Tuesday, November 26, 2013

    Christmas Spectacular with The Rockettes

    Bright and bold tinsel deck the mall.  The annual showing of Rudolph has been announced on prime-time. The empty street corners are laden with evergreen trees, wreaths, and boughs.  Yet, nothing quite says, “Christmas is here!” like THE Christmas Spectacular, especially the high-kicking, ...     READ MORE >>

    Christmas Spectacular with The Rockettes
  • Homeschool Travel Spotlight

    Wednesday, November 13, 2013

    RIU Palace Peninsula: Family-friendly & all-inclusive in Cancun, Mexico

    While in Cancun for our 100% fun and 100% educational vacation we called Riu Palace Peninsula our home base.  RIU Palace Peninsula is an all-inclusive resort in Cancun; our family of four visited at the end of summer. We enjoyed the clean and ...     READ MORE >>

    RIU Palace Peninsula: Family-friendly & all-inclusive in Cancun, Mexico
  • Homeschool Travel Spotlight

    Tuesday, November 12, 2013

    5 ways to enjoy outdoor play this winter

    Winter hit the eastern US today with force! This got me thinking about my kids and staying fit as the seasons change from summer into fall and winter. As homeschoolers, it is easy to stay in our jammies, locked away in the house ...     READ MORE >>

    5 ways to enjoy outdoor play this winter
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Add Educational Value to an International Vacation!Add Educational Value to an International Vacation!
Friday, November 08, 2013

4 Ways to Add Educational Value to an International Vacation (and how we did it in Cancun, Mexico)   If I say Cancun, you say…what? Beaches. Sun. Lounging poolside. We recently took the family to Mexico. We played for hours in the pool, ...
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Asheville, NC With KidsAsheville, NC With Kids
Sunday, August 18, 2013

Conde Nast readers recently named Asheville, NC the no. 4 friendliest city in the US.  While my family of six visited last week, we felt that southern hospitality! We also fell in love with the farm-to-table dining experiences, the eclectic mix of business ...
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DuPont State Forest/ Pisgah National ForestDuPont State Forest/ Pisgah National Forest
Sunday, August 18, 2013

  {{This article is part of our Asheville With Kids series.}} DuPont State Forest/ Pisgah National Forest An easy 45-minute drive south of Asheville into the Brevard, NC area will reward you with breathtaking waterfalls and surreal scenic drives.  First, head to DuPont State Forest ...
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Asheville TreeTops Adventure ParkAsheville TreeTops Adventure Park
Sunday, August 18, 2013

  {{This article is part of our Asheville With Kids series.}} Asheville TreeTops Adventure Park Tie into a harness, and swing from the trees as you encounter obstacles such as dangling hula hoops, airborne kayaks, and tightrope wires – all from 12 to 45 feet ...
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Chimney Rock State ParkChimney Rock State Park
Sunday, August 18, 2013

  {{This article is part of our Asheville With Kids series.}} Chimney Rock State Park Travel about 30 minutes east of Asheville to Chimney Rock State Park.  Your reward: 75-mile panoramic views from atop this 535-million year old icon of North Carolina! The drive up ...
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BiltmoreBiltmore
Sunday, August 18, 2013

  {{This article is part of our Asheville With Kids series.}} Biltmore Tour the 250-room home of George Vanderbilt, American’s transportation tycoon.  This behemoth is the largest home in America and often-dubbed “America’s Downton Abbey.”  Want to go but feeling hesitant about bringing the kids? ...
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Tupelo Honey CafeTupelo Honey Cafe
Sunday, August 18, 2013

  {{This article is part of our Asheville With Kids series.}} Tupelo Honey Café We had the pleasure of partaking in a breakfast smorgasbord while visiting Tupelo Honey Cafe.  Biscuits and honey came to the table with our coffee; they rose high and melted in ...
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Asheville – BiltmoreDoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Asheville – Biltmore
Sunday, August 18, 2013

  {{This article is part of our Asheville With Kids series.}} DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Asheville – Biltmore Location, location, location. DoubleTree by Hilton was an excellent choice for our family.  It was only a short drive into downtown for our visits to ...
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Family-Friendly Cote d’Or Burgundy FranceFamily-Friendly Cote d’Or Burgundy France
Thursday, July 18, 2013

Burgundy, or Bourgogne as the French say, is a region that calls to wine enthusiasts and medieval historians.  The vineyards and caves that dot the countryside are attractive and inviting; the historical villages and ancient monuments are a reminder of the wanton past ...
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5 Free Family Adventures in Switzerland5 Free Family Adventures in Switzerland
Tuesday, July 16, 2013

  Switzerland is expensive.  There is no way to sugar-coat this truth. However, don’t let this stop you from visiting this land adorned with gorgeous mountain peaks and looking-glass lakes. Here are five free things to do for families visiting Switzerland. Tour Swiss ...
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Family Fun on the Amalfi CoastFamily Fun on the Amalfi Coast
Friday, July 12, 2013

The Amalfi Coast of Italy is breath taking – no other words can describe it.  You may know it from John Steinbeck’s essay Positano, or you may recall this region of 13 municipalities from the stories of Hercules or Odysseus.  However you came ...
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7 Things To Do In London With Teenagers7 Things To Do In London With Teenagers
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

London is rich with architecture, history and culture, but it can be tricky to make it fun for teens.  Consider the following activities that are sure to make this a memorable family vacation. See a show in the West End. Take your pick ...
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