Give my family an excuse to head to San Francisco and we won’t even hesitate to hop in the car and get rolling. I use the term excuse lightly. “I’m in the mood for dim sum,” has been known to lead to fun-filled days in the city by the bay. San Francisco isn’t a huge city by most standards, and as my kids have gotten older, we’ve discovered one of our favorite ways to get around during the summer is by bike.
When I was asked to participate in the Expedia Kids in the City Program, I knew exactly what I’d recommend.
The Golden Gate Bridge is recognized around the globe. More than just a bridge, it’s an iconic symbol of the state of California. As many as ten million people visit the Bridge every year. If you’re lucky enough to visit with your family this year, you’re in for a treat.
The Golden Gate Bridge is celebrating its 75th Anniversary this year!
If you’re looking for a “new” region to explore in France this summer beyond the big name destinations like the Loire Valley, Provence, and the French Riviera, the Dordogne region is a blast to visit with kids of all ages.
One of the reasons I like it so much for families is that the list of things to do is so varied within a small geographic area. Cultural and historic touring can easily be combined with active days out biking, hiking, swimming, and canoeing.
If you haven’t been to Fort Lauderdale in awhile you may have visions of bikini clad spring breakers blanketing the beaches. That scene has come and gone …
With average winter temperatures in the high 70’s, Fort Lauderdale still sees some college students during spring break but in the last 20 years, the entire beach has undergone a renovation and rebirth.