Cape Cod with Young Children

With more than 400 miles of coastline, much of it white-sand beaches, Cape Cod is New England’s favorite summer playground. It’s a natural for families with young children who can build sand castles, collect shells and safely play in the warmer waters of the north shore. Some of the more protected Atlantic beaches are also […]

Infants, Toddlers Take Center Stage With Carnival’s New Zumbini Program

Carnival Cruise Lines have always been at the forefront of creating a fun and memorable cruising experience for the whole family. With the addition of its new Zumbini classes for its youngest passengers, your little ones will have even more fun as they groove to the music with mom and dad in a fun-filled, parent-child […]

Family Fun in Music City Starts at JW Marriott Nashville

When you’re in Nashville, touring Music City’s global landmark addresses such as the Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a no brainer. Bringing your family? Enhance the experience for everyone by unpacking in one of the 533 guestrooms and suites housed in the soaring glass tower of […]

Birding: Getting Your Child’s Interest in the Environment to Take Flight

Los Angeles native Benny Jacobs-Schwartz will admit his personal interest in bird watching took shape around 2011 while he was in Costa Rica on a study abroad program to support his university coursework in Tropical Rainforest Biology. “I started to see birds through high-powered binoculars and was wowed by colorful tropical birds I never knew […]

Isrotel Dead Sea Resort & Spa: Where the Timely and the Timeless Converge

From ancient times to the founding of Israel in 1948 to the present day, people from all over the world have been drawn to the Dead Sea and its mystic shores. The area has fascinating historic ties to the Bible going for it while the healing water is rich in magnesium (believed to improve circulation […]

Celebrating Flag Day with Young Kids

As far as exciting holidays for kids go, Flag Day probably sits right above Arbor Day for most people. The day originated in the 1880s as a way to get school kids in Wisconsin to celebrate “Flag Birthday.” The day commemorates the flag and promotes proper education of young children for proper behavior. Like all […]