The road trip begins.
With the car fully loaded, including kids, luggage, and snacks, your family of five is heading off for family vacation. Last summer you let everyone’s schedules get in the way, but this summer you asked everyone to pencil in the five days on their calendars. Your high school daughter is the one who is the most notorious for filling her schedule to the brim, so you involved her in the planning of this trip. You correctly assumed that if she was invested in the planning she would be even more excited for the actual travel. You were right.
When it finally came time to leave for the adventure, your teenage daughter was the first in the car. She did even seem to care where she sat. Armed with information about museums and Continue Reading
In 2016 alone, 112.8 million tourists visited Florida. There are many advantages to vacationing in Florida. For one thing, Florida has a notable amount of theme parks to visit, like Universal Studios and Disney World. Florida also is known for having, in general, good weather — it stays warm for much longer in Florida than it does in other states, allowing for more vacation time. Of course, we can’t forget the beaches in Florida — it doesn’t matter where you go in the state. You’ll always be about 60 miles from a beach. With that being said, in recent years many people on the hunt for family vacation spots have decided against going to the typical Florida sites like Orlando and Miami. This is in part because not all people want to vacation in a city. Some want to go camping and take part in outdoor