Archive for July, 2016
Planning a vacation for the whole family takes a lot of preparation (and patience!). It’s not easy finding resort vacations that satisfy everyone’s needs from a luxurious spa for Mom to a water slide and kiddie pool for little Benjamin. Fortunately, those rare places do exist, even in popular destinations like Cabo San Lucas, where the weather is perfectly sunny for about 350 days of the year and the average year round temperate is a beautiful 78 degrees. Here’s a round up of fourresorts in Cabo that can accomodate adults and kids alike!
1. Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort
For the kids: miniature golf course, weekly kids camps, treehouse, movie nights
For the parents: i
Charter buses are a great way to lower one’s carbon foot print and get to one’s destination in the most fun way possible, other than jetpack (maybe one day). How does a chartered bus accomplish this? By removing the need for a large group of people to take multiple cars. The trip is all the better when all the passengers have a shared interest in the destination.
Comfort On Board a Bus.
Some people may travel comfortably on a bus, more so than in their own vehicle. A charter bus is much different than the yellow school buses of our youth. The most obvious difference is apparent immediately upon boarding. Plush, padded seats th
We tend to think of cabins as a part of camping, an all-time favorite for fun family vacations. Some 42.5 million Americans spent an average 12.6 days camping throughout 2011 — and while roughing it tent or cabin style can be fun for a while, would you really want to live in one full time?
By now, you’ve probably seen coverage of the “tiny house” phenomenon sweeping the globe, where people elect to live in incredibly small and well-designed spaces. Now, two architects from Berlin are looking to capitalize on that trend and put it where it may be needed most: in densely-