Egyptian Kings and Queens on a Budget

Exploring the city of Luxor is as close to quintessential Egypt as it gets. Sitting along the east bank of the Nile River, the city of Luxor offers all the desert sands, ancient sites and royal tombs you can handle — surrounded by a mix of opulent architecture and authentic eateries. Vacationing to such a […]

Head to Orlando on a Budget

In addition to being Mental Health Awareness Month, May also happens to be National Military Appreciation Month. Families with retired or active military members can enjoy the fruits of their services with a discounted rate on accommodations at Rosen Hotels & Resorts. The 50 percent discount on accommodations is available at four of its family-friendly leisure […]

4 Public Spaces in Philly To Check Out With the Family This Summer

While families get ready for the summer season, planning vacations and plotting weekend getaways, the city of Philadelphia is, too. Whether deep in the heart of the city, visiting a trendy neighborhood or just sticking along the outskirts, there are a few family-friendly and nearly summer-ready destinations in the Philadelphia area worth visiting this year. […]

The Wild West of Gallup, New Mexico

Hot-air balloons soaring over red rock deserts can be much more affordable in Gallup than in other parts of New Mexico. Families looking to try and tame their finances can get an authentic glimpse of the wild Southwest and our freewheeling past in the town that still lives in them. “This is real cowboy and Indians […]

10 Ideas That Work to Save on Travel

A bottle of water, $5.69; a bagel with cream cheese and salmon, $18; a small pizza, $15. Whether you spend dollars, euros or pounds, most travelers prefer to avoid paying high prices at the airport. Some bring snacks and sandwiches. That’s just one common sense way to save money while traveling; here are a few […]

Take “Spring Cleaning Up” A Notch This Earth Day

In the nearly 50 years since its inception, Earth Day evolved from a hip, thought-provoking happening aimed at college kids to a day of fun and teachable moments intended to prompt kids at every age to take action in the era of global warming. The observance was the brainchild of Gaylord Nelson, a U.S. Senator […]