Monthly Archives: June 2015

KC Parents Kids’ Guide to a Fun Kansas City

Personally, I love Kansas City - and you should too! Considered one of the most eco-friendly, lovely, inviting, and delicious cities in the country, Kansas City has some great attractions waiting for you to visit. This great blog outlines some fun attractions and activities that families can do with kids around the City of Fountains.…
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10 Places to See Fourth of July Fireworks

With Independence Day coming up quickly, you probably already have your plans finalized. Maybe you already know where you're going to watch the fireworks shows and have your spot picked out. That doesn't make it any less interesting to know which U.S. cities have the best firework shows. Spoiler Alert: Washington, D.C. is number one. Check…
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Cities with the Best Views

Ah, is there really anything quite like a city with a view? Traveling all around the country can be filled with fun activities, new adventures, delicious food and different cultures, but when the night comes to an end, sometimes the best part of a trip is sitting back on a hill, a patio, a porch…
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Food’s actually getting good at these theme parks

We love theme parks but sometimes you get tired of the basic corndogs and plain burgers for lunch. These them parks, however, are stepping up their game. Disney World and Disneyland are always grand venues but Six Flags, Carowinds, and Knott's Berry Farm are becoming more and more delicious. Check out this article on the…
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The best beaches for celebrity sightings

Plenty of people enjoy following celebrities and their favorite places to visit. If you're a bit starstruck, you might like to know where you can spot a movie star on a regular summer day. Apparently, they like these beaches across the U.S. When you're on vacation this summer, or if you live nearby, look to…
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Where to Travel in July : Travel Channel

Summer vacation brings sunshine, free time, and the open road. It also begs the question: Where should we go? The Travel Channel has figured out a few trip ideas that you can take this summer from the Caribbean to Paris to the good ole' United States of America. Check it out and see where life…
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Educational Field Trip Ideas in California

Next Page For Field Trips.. As the most populous U.S. state and the third largest in size, California has thousands of attractions. Sometimes, we know, it can be difficult finding a good educational field trip destination especially when you have to consider grade level, subject, and distance from your home base. That's why we're here to…
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Nasher Sculpture Center

Since its founding in 2003, the Nasher Sculpture Center has been a leading museum with one of the world’s largest collections of modern and contemporary sculptures. Over 300 pieces find their home among the center’s galleries and stores, spread across a beautiful modern space and gardens worthy of containing such moving contemporary sculptures. Birthed from…
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Dallas Museum of Art

As a major metropolitan museum of art, the Dallas Museum of Art is wholly devoted to preserving fine art from all over the world and promoting education and appreciation of artistic expression. Here at the Dallas Museum of Art, visitors gain a comprehensive and personal look into the world of art. Take a guided tour…
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Rocky Mountain National Park

One of the country’s best and most popular national parks, Rocky Mountain National Park is a pristine reserve for protected Colorado land and wildlife. Explore the 415 square miles, hike over 300 miles of trails, observe wildlife, and find yourself beneath the clear blue skies and unhindered starry nights. Start your trip at one of…
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