Today’s guest post is submitted by Shannon Entin, traveling, homeschooling mom on the pursuit of happiness. Visit Shannon’s new travel blog, 100 Routes Across America. For less than $5 per person, the Duquesne Incline is a fun, inexpensive way to…Read More
Residents of the Twin Cities for nearly six years, we traveled to all corners of Minneapolis/St. Paul on a quest for kid-friendly fun. Behold, our picks for Minneapolis metro with kids in tow!
Family vacations don’t stop just because the weather turns cold. Especially in St. Louis, a city that has always embraced their “Gateway to the West” location and position in the history of the US. With a host of biggest, best and world-famous attractions, there’s enough to keep any family busy for weeks, whether it’s winter or summer.
Back in November, we made a weekend trek to Cleveland, one of the Midwest’s least sung treasures. Located on the mighty Cuyahoga River in northern Ohio, Cleveland is firmly planted in the country’s Rust Belt. But don’t let that stir in your mind images of burned-out warehouses and abandoned factories. Sure, there’s some of that, but the only thing my family had to say after a weekend of great food, music, and museums was “When can we go back?”
San Diego is consistently rated one of the top destinations for families. If you live within driving distance, San Diego is no doubt one of your favorite getaways. What’s new this year?
San Diego consistently wins “Best Family Destination” for a reason. There’s literally something here for everyone, the weather is fabulous, and, look, there’s 50 things to do for FREE. It’s one of our family’s favorite road trip destinations because, let’s face it, it’s hot in Tucson in the summer and San Diego is close and cool. And, they have a beach!