Traveling with family this year? Check out this post for 5 family vacation tips to help make your next vacation a success!
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Is traveling on your bucket list this year? Maybe you already have an idea of where you want to go. Or maybe you’re not sure and are looking for a few ideas. Either way, I have you covered with a post on Disneyland, Mexico, Idaho and Kauai. Plus a whole post devoted to easy breakfast ideas for when you are traveling and don’t want to have cereal and milk every morning. *wink*
Not only are these great vacation tips for families, but they are also the top 5 travel posts on my site from 2022! Scroll through and see which ones catch your eye today.
When planning our 10-day California and Oregon Coast road trip, I made sure to plan ahead on our meals, especially breakfast. I knew my family would get tired of cereal and milk everyday. Some mornings, we were eating breakfast in a hotel room and other places had a kitchen. Not going out to eat at a restaurant saved us time and money on our vacation. If you need some easy breakfast ideas when traveling, then you’ll definitely want to save this post!
My husband and I enjoyed a 5-day cruise to Mexico in June 2022. One of the ports was Cozumel. When we found out they offered a swim with the dolphins experience, we immediately signed up. Our experience at Dolphin Discovery in Cozumel, Mexico was so amazing and I would absolutely recommend it to anyone going there. You’ll find the answers to a lot of the questions I had when researching what to expect that I know you’ll find helpful.
You don’t usually plan on your child getting sick while enjoying a day at Disneyland (or any other theme park). But knowing what you can do to help them feel better while inside the park is useful. Check out the 4 tips in this post for what to do when your child gets sick at Disneyland. Plus find details on first aid stations and rest areas in the parks.
If you love checking out unique and slightly quirky attractions, you’ll definitely want to put the Shoshone Ice Caves on your list! Located 43 miles outside Twin Falls, Idaho, the Shoshone Ice Caves have a history that dates back thousands of years. We visited the ice caves 2.5 years ago and my older two still talk about it and want to go back again.
Kauai is a popular vacation spot. As such, there are a lot of places to buy souvenirs. Depending on the type of souvenir you are looking for will help determine where you shop. If you know where to shop, you can save time and get back to relaxing on the beach, hiking or eating some delicious island food.
I hope these vacation tips for families was helpful to you as you plan your next family vacation!
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