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I strap myself in, wait for the “Start your engines” announcement. The lights tick down. Green! I hit the accelerator and roar onto the track in my first Daytona 500 race. Zooming around the famed banked raceway, I’m passing cars,…
What are the hallmarks of a great summer road trip? Scenic drives? Outdoor adventure for the whole family? The Ozarks region of Arkansas has them all.
Driving through the Arkansas countryside, passing the odd house and fields, doesn’t give any visual cue that there’s a castle nestled just into the crests of trees and hills.
After a recent trip (without kids) to New Orleans, I’ve decided that “family friendly dining” means something entirely different to people from the Midwest. In the South, it seems that families lay claim to certain restaurants. In some sort of rite-of-passage, people bring their children to a certain restaurant. The children grow up and come back with their kids. Repeat for a couple of generations, and you may even have your own table (equivalent in my mind to your own pew at church).
Are you planning a spring break family trip to Florida? After baking in the sun on a beach in Daytona or Clearwater, turn inland, then drive a couple of hours north for a family road trip to Gainesville – home to the University of Florida, butterflies and alligators.