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Located less than ten minutes away from St. Thomas’ largest town,Charlotte Amalie, is Magens Bay. This mile-long stretch of Caribbean sand is consistently voted one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. The powdery white sand and calm turquoise waters makes a perfect spot for swimming, sailing, or just relaxing under the swaying palm trees. With […]

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Originally called Pressburg, Bratislava was once the seat of power for the Austrian Hungarian Empire. Bratislava then fell behind the Iron Curtain for decades and rejoined the western world in 1993. This rich history has left the city with old world European style mixed with Eastern communist flare. To walk this city at night is […]

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As the Spanish explored and conquered Alta California they left behind the “El Camino Real” and a series of 21 missions, 4 presidios and 3 pueblos stretching from roughly the Mexican border to just north of San Francisco. La Misión de La Purísima Concepción de la Santísima Virgen María, or more commonly La Purisima Mission, […]

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A little less then 7 hours drive from the greater Los Angeles area, Zion National Park is an often over looked jewel of the national park system. Originally named Mukuntuweap National Monument, it was created in 1909 by President Taft after paintings and photographs of the area’s beauty were exhibited at a World’s Fair then […]

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7 Tips For Photographing Your Kids On Vacation As summer is approaching, families may be planning a trip to an amusement park, leisurely road trip, or perhaps a long weekend at the beach. To make your trip memorable, I’ve put together a few helpful tips from a past Hawaiian vacation to turn your snapshots into […]

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Next time you’re in Vancouver and seeking an adventure, walk across the narrow swaying Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver. It’s thrilling walking bridge hanging 230 feet above Capilano River, situated in the middle of a northwest rainforest. Since our visit in 2006, the park has expanded to include seven more suspension bridges linking together towering […]

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Vancouver was our first international trip as a couple and our favorite city destination to date. It’s an extremely bike-friendly city and we’re longing to head back with our kids in two. At over 1000 acres, Stanley Park is one of the biggest urban parks in North America and quite enjoyable to explore by bike. […]

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New York City is one of if not the most iconic American cities there is. Like most tourists there are things you just have to do. See the Statue of Liberty, walk the city at night, enjoy the views from atop a giant steel skyscraper, and visit Central Park. But unlike most tourists we enjoyed […]

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In past years I’ve been fortunate to celebrate Mother’s Day sipping hot chocolate in Vienna, hiking Tucson’s Sabino Canyon, and riding a historic train in Colorado. But my very first Mother’s Day, back in 2009, was celebrated at the beautiful The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch. Ever spring, March through May, The Flower Fields at […]

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May-2014

About 90 minutes from Downtown Los Angeles, but a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city, is a BIG small zoo. Being parents of two kids we are pretty much zoo connoisseurs and can tell you the bad from the good. A few years ago we took our first trip to the […]

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Easily one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, Budapest is full of secrets to uncover and hidden spots to explore. My husband and I spent three days meandering the narrow cobble-stoned streets lined with buildings of rich architecture. Budapest started out as two separate cities straddling the Danube River. As time passed, the city of Buda, […]

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