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What’s New at the LA Zoo

A day at the zoo is a family favorite when it comes to spending time together and having fun. Exotic animals, sweet treats and the chance to make furry friends at the petting zoo are some of the major draws to any zoo, but the Los Angeles Zoo is stepping up its game with the […]

Educational Tour for Summer Vacation

World War I history may not be on the top of your kids’ lists for fun vacation themes, but an excuse to visit European destinations filled with history and cultural significance should be reason enough to hop on a cycling tour with Freewheel Holiday Tours. What’s a better excuse for summer family vacation than a […]

Responsible Elephant Sanctuaries in Thailand

Thailand is a hot spot for traveling families seeking culture, serene natural beauty and incredible experiences. One of the more popular ways to spend the day, alongside enjoying local cuisine, is spending quality time with elephants. Whether feeding, washing or just visiting, elephants get a lot of attention from tourists. Being a trendy attraction for […]

Give Back and Vacation

While we are just barely dipping our toes into the giving season, the holidays welcome a sense of sharing and gratitude that, ideally, we would like year-round. Use this time as an excuse to focus on being a force of positivity and growth in all aspects of your life, from work and family relationships to […]

Plimoth Plantation Living Farm

by Audrey Lee During the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving, children across the United States will learn why we celebrate this holiday every year. To further their education, visit the Plimoth Plantation Living History Farm. Spelled differently than the town of Plymouth, the museum wanted to differentiate itself from the surrounding area using the spelling […]

Wine Tasting with Adult Children

As a little girl, my family lived in Southern California. During a summer road trip, we were en route to Yosemite National Park when my parents “surprised” us with a side trip to Napa Valley. Considering my sister and I were in the second and fifth grades, respectively, we were not too excited at the […]