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Sloppy Floyd State Park, Georgia

The Marble Mines hike at Sloppy Floyd State Park has been on our must do list for a while. It is a relatively easy but uphill hike to the mouth of a cave, with a pond and waterfall. There are plenty more extensive trails in the area to explore as well.  Sloppy Floyd turned out […]

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The Best Little Park in Destin

We found the best little park in Destin. It has a playground, splash park (during non-covid times), a pier, a beach, a small nature trail, changing facilities and a view of crab island. Plus, during our twilight-hour visit, a pirate ship sailed by. The Captain Leonard Destin Park can be found at 101 Calhoun in […]

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St. Petersburg Airplane Playground

This post contains affiliate links. Across the street from the Salvador Dali Museum, next to the St. Petersburg Airport and adjacent to the South Yacht Basin you’ll find the Albert Whitted Playground. This playground is transportation themed and provides views of airplanes and boats. My kids were in heaven! Wander down the path that runs […]

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Salzburg Summer Toboggan Run

One of the highlights of our summer road trip around Germany and Austria was packing in as many summer toboggan runs as we could. Keltenblitz is located just outside of the city making it an attractive option for anyone wanting to try out these amazing rides. Keltenblitz is a 2.2km alpine coaster run. Alpine coasters sit […]

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Visiting Salzburg: Schloss Hellbrunn

Tips and Tricks for bringing the kids along to Schloss Hellburnn & the Trick Fountain Tour As palaces go, Schloss Hellbrunn in Salzburg packs an unexpected punch in terms of attractions. Visiting Schloss Hellbrunn can easily eat up a day of your Salzburg itinerary. We enjoyed strolling the grounds, visiting the castle museum, taking the […]

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Walking Barefoot in Germany // Photos

Barefoot walking paths can be found all over in Europe but are particularly popular in Germany. These paths run for several kilometers, are completely shoe-free, and offer a variety of barefoot adventures. I had to experience one for myself and figured it would make a perfect pit stop for one of our driving days through […]

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Exploring Wroclaw with Kids

Wroclaw topped my list of Polish cities to visit with kids. It is small and easily walkable. There are playgrounds and open space galore for the kids to run around. This is all before you add in the Wroclaw Gnomes that can be found all over town. Wroclaw lacks blockbuster sights, but that just adds […]

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