San Francisco is a tourist haven, with so much to see and do that will appeal to all types of tourists and guests of the city. Like the rest of California, San Francisco is an expensive destination, so while it is possible to visit on a budget, it takes some planning and a little off the beaten path destination choices.
Chicago is one of those cities that is on my bucket list for family travel. Every year Chicago becomes a better destination for traveling with kids. With so many child theme attractions opening and older ones become more family friendly, it’s a must visit for every family. In preparation for what will hopefully be a trip to Chicago very soon I decided to put together a list of places we want to visit.
No matter where you live in the U.S., nothing beats a trip down South. Family vacations are made better when you visit one, or any of these 7 Best Southern Travel Destinations. Hospitality, accents, classic cooking and beauty abound in our Southern states. The South has lots of great theme parks, cultural centers, museum and landmarks of our history as a nation. Take a stroll through the South with your family making these your next travel destinations.
Having been born and raised in New York City there were so many places I visited as a child, with my parents and especially on school trips. You see my Mama was a New York City taxi cab driver and it was her job to know and suggest attractions and places for families to visit while in town. Mama always kept lists handy with free museum entry times and suggestions on other free things to do in New York City.
Miami is such a wonderful place live or visit. Not only does this city have the best of Florida weather, it also has a ton of things you can do! Whether you’re a Miami native or just visiting, here are a few free and cheap local things you can do with your kids in Miami.
Miami-Dade Public Library
The Miami-Dade Public Library System is a great way to spend a day with the kids. You can escape the heat and spend a day exploring different books with your kids.