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Best Christmas Gifts for Moms and Dads who Love Travel

Kids aren’t the only ones that need gift guides. Moms and Dads who love travel need gifts too. I know there’s a lot of gadgets out there as well as other best lists. These are my personal recommendations of the Best Christmas gifts for Moms and Dads who love to travel. Take a look at the kids list here.

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Review: East Shore Resort Clearwater, Florida – Delightfully Detailed

East Shore Resort is rated on Trip Advisor as Clearwater’s number 1 hotel resort property. Once you visit, it’s easy to see why. To be number one, and compete with the large chain hotels, this bay side resort goes beyond the above and beyond of other hotels. This family run property is a Detail Oriented Traveler’s dream. The delightful details …

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2 Days in New York City – The Reality Day 2

If it’s possible, I think our 2nd day in New York City was even better than the first. This was our only full day, morning to night, in the city and I didn’t want to over-do it. However, I will say we did log 20,000 + steps that day. Here’s why:

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2 Days in New York City – The Reality Day 1

Can I just say that two days¬†in New York City is not enough? That being said, we did make the most of our time and I felt like we got to see quite a few things, as well as everything on our agenda. Here’s what our plan looked like.

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The Top 6 Plus Best Family Packing Lists

Despite the obsessive amounts of planning I do (see all my Travel Planning posts!) I’ve never been very good at packing. Yes, I can fit everything in to the car or the suitcase. Inevitably, though, I always pack more than I need. ¬†Before I embark on my next trip, I reached out to fellow travel bloggers to pick their brains …

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2 Day Itinerary in New York City – The Plan

My daughter and I are taking an epic Mother-Daughter trip soon that includes Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York City. Part of the trip, in Providence, is a choir competition, and I don’t think we’ll see much of the area outside of the hotel and convention center. We will visit with family in Connecticut prior to driving to Rhode Island. …

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How to use Pinterest for more than Travel Wanderlusting

Let’s face it, Pinterest is the new Google. The visual layout, the addicting saving of pins. It is certainly akin to jumping from site to site, except now you can organize all your searches into handy boards to refer to later. Using Pinterest is my favorite way to plan travel. Here’s how to use the site for more than just …

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Traveling during a Hurricane? What to Expect and How to Prepare

We have a pretty big hurricane heading our way this week. While living in Central Florida, we do get our share of storms, but fortunately few hurricanes. This got me to thinking about everyone who has travel plans this week. If you are traveling during a hurricane, here’s what you can expect and how to prepare as a traveler.