Yes, I know that there are much larger problems associated with this pandemic than my falling-apart family vacation, and I am NOT trying to trivialize its affects by ANY means. But I know I need some tips on how to smooth our travels over, and I thought maybe some of you could use them, too!
Family vacations are known for being stressful events that are difficult to organize and even enjoy. However, there are many ways that you can prepare for your trip and make sure that it goes as smoothly as possible. For some top tips that you may not have thought of before, read on.
When it comes to our gift list this Christmas, we always try to do one “experience” gift for the whole family! So far we’ve done season passes to the zoo, to Busch Gardens and to our local aquarium. And for some reason, the girls REALLY took to the aquarium. Our passes have been expired for a few months now, and they ask almost weekly to go back!
For many people, particularly families traveling, aquariums can, in and of themselves be a reason to visit a particular location. And aquariums are great for parents and children alike. When you take your children to an aquarium, it allows them to see first-hand different animals and habitats. It expands their minds beyond what they see in their everyday world.
Aquariums can also be a good place to learn about protecting the environment and the effects our behaviors have on the world around us, plus many aquariums provide opportunities for interactive and hands-on learning.
An RV wash is essential if you want to keep the motor home in pristine condition. But, washing such a big vehicle can be intimidating because you can’t take it through a car wash as you’d do for a sedan. It’s important that you know how to wash your RV beforehand. That includes knowing the right cleaning products to use.
Using the correct cleaning supplies will ensure you don’t damage the exterior of your RV. Generally, use nonabrasive cleaning tools. An effective way to clean your RV and not leave any damage behind is to use the hose.
It’s been a while since we’ve done any traveling. Have I mentioned that recently here? I think I have…because it’s been a WHILE since we’ve done any traveling! I’m missing it! This weekend we are going on a teeny getaway (thanks to Papa and Nana watching the twinsies) for the first time in over two years. And I must say, it’s kind of whetting my appetite for a bit more travel. Oh, if only we could all travel and keep working and keep on going with life all at the same time, right?
In our modern age of the internet, traveling around the world has become easier than ever. Visiting faraway countries used to be a distant dream for most people. But now, modern technology has brought the whole world into everyone’s reach! Faster flights, loads of information on almost any destination can be found on the internet, and the ability to book flight tickets and accommodations online has enabled almost everyone to visit their own dream destination. Now you can book one of the luxurious Cabins in Breckenridgeto spend a beautiful holiday in Colorado or plan a trip to Iceland to witness the magical Northern Lights, all from your own computer! What a time to be alive!!!
However, one of the most important things which made travelling around the world even a much more achievable dream for many is the emergence of a whole new genre of jobs allowing folks to work on the go. Now, if you have a laptop and an internet connection, you can have a full-time career without ever setting foot in an office. As these jobs are becoming more and more popular with every passing moment, more and more people are getting to experience what travelling is really about – and that is freedom. You can do these jobs from anywhere as per your convenience – so you won’t ever have to worry about getting a leave for your upcoming vacation! And if you are someone who is in love with travelling and the freedom that comes with it, here are the top seven ways you can earn money while traveling…
So he told me to pick a place. PICK A PLACE. I mean, how on earth can I do that?! So many places! So little time! I was trying to think of a place where people go spontaneously, so of course, Vegas came to mind. But, although my in-laws love the casinos and actually do pretty well at any casino they visit, the hubby and I don’t care much for them. So really – why ELSE would you even GO to Vegas?
For many people the idea of Las Vegas is synonymous with gambling. And it it no surprise, considering the fact that in 2017 alone, Las Vegas Strip casinos generated $6.47 billion in gaming revenue, with the most prominent casinos reporting as much as a 3.9 percent increase in total revenue including rooms, food, beverage and gaming over 2016. It is clear that gambling represents an overwhelmingly large portion of Las Vegas’ total annual revenue.