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Wakulla Springs Riverboat Tour, Florida

Wakulla Springs is located just south of Tallahassee, making it a wonderful place to stop if you are between the Panhandle and any other part of Florida. Wakulla Springs is Florida’s deepest freshwater spring. It boasts plenty of infrastructure, making it perfect for a quick stop, day trip or even an overnight. We popped into […]

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Arabia Mountain // Atlanta, GA

We love all the fun inside the city of Atlanta, but I’m loving getting the boys out on the trails that surround GA’s capital city. We ventured to Arabia Mountain National Heritage Site, about 40 min east of the city. Arabia Mountain National Heritage Site is made up of a collection of places to visit. […]

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MLK National Historical Park // Atlanta, GA

This post contains affiliate links. If you are planning a visit to Atlanta, GA make sure it includes a stop at the MLK National Historical Park. It is never too early to start teaching your kids about King’s legacy, and the MLK National Historical Park makes it easy with a Jr. Ranger program, child-friendly exhibitions […]

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Southampton, U.K.

Prior to crossing the Atlantic on the Queen Mary 2 we spent a few days exploring Southampton, U.K. Upon our arrival on the same ship three years earlier, we bypassed the city, heading directly to London. This time we took the opportunity to enjoy a few lazy days in Southampton. The main purpose of staying […]

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Peppa Pig World // Southampton, UK

Peppa Pig World is part of Paultons Park which is located just outside of Southampton in the U.K. We had passed it up when we arrived in Europe on the Queen Mary 2. We didn’t want to miss it again, three years later, when we left Europe, by boat once again. We scheduled a few […]

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park

One of the things we love most about the United States is the preservation of natural spaces. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the largest protected areas in the eastern United States. In addition to stunning natural landscapes the parks tell the history of the United States from its origin as Cherokee […]

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