Pride Day in Philadelphia

Celebrate 30 years of Philly Pride this year during the biggest celebration to date. PrideDay 2018 brings out more participants, event stalls and activities this year than ever before. Guests enjoy family-friendly parades, live entertainment and festivities all weekend with the main event culminating Sunday, June 10. During the first Philadelphia Pride Parade in 1988, […]

On Track For Outdoor Fun and Learning in Chattanooga

Thanks to television, movies and history classes at school, even the youngest travelers are already familiar with Nashville and Memphis. Both towns draw thousands of tourists for their ties to country music, roles in American history and down-home cooking. Chattanooga, meanwhile, offers visitors a perfect opportunity to get even further “down home” into small-town Southern […]

Salt Lake City Summers

There is an evident outdoorsy-family vibe in Salt Lake City, Utah. You know this high-altitude region for its snow-capped mountains, scenic peaks and epic ski resorts, but the summer brings out a whole new side to this lakeside town. With the warmer weather comes biking, hiking and swimming — all conveniently located within steps of […]

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One City, Six Ways: Bar Harbor, Maine for the Family

Charming and serene, the town of Bar Harbor rests on Mount Desert Island off the coast of Frenchman Bay in Maine. It’s the perfect base for a family outing that includes the forested, watery landscape of nearby Acadia National Park. History & Culture: Bar Harbor began as the town of Eden, hitting the radar of […]

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Great Times No Matter the Season in New Hampshire

Sometimes there are special places that become a part of us over time. We don’t live there but the journey back seems as familiar as the back of our hand, the well-traveled paths are paths of memories, the seasons are our family stories. For me, this place has always been the White Mountains, especially the […]

Memorial Day Weekend in DC

Memorial Day weekend may be the unofficial start of the summer, meaning beach days and barbecues, but our nation’s capital has a few hot spots to compete. Plan your stay and enjoy the long holiday weekend, stress free (or close to it). For a view of the White House and Washington Monument, the W Washington […]