Spring Break Archives | Page 18 of 33 | My Family Travels
Article
Spring Break ’09 Nightmare!

My senior year in high school was 2009 and I wanted to do something exciting for spring break. My parents, who belong to a service-organization called The Lions Club, happened to have a club visitation to a Lion’s Club in Freeport, Bahamas during my spring break. To me that sounded like a perfect excuse to get away and travel somewhere new. With...

Read More    4 min read

Article
Žilinska Lyžovaka Slovakia

Last week the Horeny family - close family friends - invited me to Avilina for the weekend. Avilina is a small city in northern Slovakia situated not far from the Czech and Polish borders.  Nestled amongst the hills of the Mala Fatra, Avilina is surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery....

Read More    2 min read

Article
My story

In Arizona I experienced a drought that had nothing to do with the weather. Instead it was a drought of lifelessness. Every teenage girl and boy seemed to be identical clones of one another. Differences between them were hard to discern. At this point in my life I found myself very thirsty for something that my city of twelve years could not find or offer me. That something was at first unknown...

Read More    4 min read

Article
This Is Thailand

Ever dreamed that you could just take a year off work and travel the world? Ever wish that your passport were filled with stamps from far and distant lands? I know that this was always a dream of mine. And in 2009, my dream became a reality.I was headed on The World Race with the organization Adventures In Missions.

Read More    3 min read

Article
Atlantis Resort’s AKA Tropical Family Paradise

When you have a mega-resort that thrills all ages and you add a new kids club, tween and teen entertainment, and a Lego playroom, you get paradise.LEGO fans, mini divas and pint-sized chefs are among the young guests we predict will swarm the new Atlantis Kids Adventure (AKA) program at Atlantis, Paradise Island. The resort teamed up with Lego and Jet Blue to inaugurate the...

Read More    5 min read

Article
Winter Fun In Door County, Wisconsin

From ice fishing to snowmobiling, snowshoeing to cozy inns and fish boils, there is lots to enjoy in Door County after all the summer beach bums go home.Door County is best known as the summer stomping ground for Midwesterners and Chicagoans who come to enjoy its miles of beaches, historic lighthouses, arts and culture, boating and fishing and edible regional specialties such as cherry pie...

Read More    5 min read

Article
Atlantis Goes GaGa For Babies

Located on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, Atlantis is a true family getaway with special programs and perks for even the tiniest travelers.A few minutes of peace, a spontaneous adventure -- The Atlantis Resort wants you to enjoy your family vacation with babies and toddlers to the fullest.   Atlantis, on Paradise Island, truly offers a spectacular location...

Read More    5 min read

Article
Viaje a Mexico Que Tomo Cuatro Dias

     "Pasajeros, que pongan sus cinturones "(Fasten your seat belts),  some of the first words aboard Mexicana Airlines in Tijuana. It felt pretty strange sitting in the window seat of this massive plane next to my dad. Take-off was a blast but just the wait made me restless. I was headed for Mexico City or el "Districto Federal" in Spanish. On my way to visit family that i hadn't seen...

Read More    2 min read

Article
Four Seasons Nevis, St. Kitts And Nevis

Find out why Four Seasons Nevis is not just a playground for the rich and famous, but for families as well. Their excellent childcare programs are even affordable during the quieter summer season. [Editor's Note:  This resort was badly damaged by Hurricane Omar in mid-October 2008 and due to ongoihg litigation, has postponed its reopening till November,...

Read More    3 min read

Article
Vail, Colorado For Snowsports

FTF's ski experts rate the family-friendliness and ski-ability of the popular Vail ski and summer mountain resort in Colorado.Vail has one of the single biggest ski mountains in North America, with terrain to please every taste and ability. Its many diverse areas attract families and people of all ages, sustaining its popularity throughout the years. But popularity doesn't have...

Read More    3 min read