Legoland New York is the largest Lego amusement park in the world! Located in scenic Lower Hudson Valley, 60 miles northwest of New York City, you can ride, climb, splash, explore and build in seven themed lands across 150 acres. As season pass holders, my family attended a Legoland NY Opening Sneak Peek event in May before the park opened and returned 6 times in 6 months! My kids can’t get enough and ask to return over and over. Here are 35 reasons kids and parents will love a day trip or vacation to Legoland New York!
Child psychologists and pediatricians have recognized that today’s lack of play contributes to children’s overall lack of well-being. An increased focus on academic activities, overly structured family, school, and extracurricular schedules has led to less playtime for kids. If you’re looking to give your child a strong foundation for academic success, it may be shocking to hear that the best thing you can do is allow them to play more every day. Playing develops strong social skills for kids, which in turn gives them the best footing for learning.
Raise your hand if you love a good travel deal! How do condo timeshare rentals at Hawaii resorts for as low as a $199 week sound? Or week-long $399 condo vacations in Las Vegas, Branson, Orlando, The Poconos, The Berkshires, or Shenandoah National Park? Want to save thousands of dollars at premium resorts like Disney Vacation Club, Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas, or Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club? I’ll show you the way!
With $10 billion a year in timeshare purchases, (yes, billions!) Americans are spending more money buying vacation ownerships than Major League Baseball’s total annual revenue! This article, by a timeshare owner for other potential owners, will help you analyze timeshares for sale and make a purchase that’s a great value for money.
The Catskills have always been a beloved ‘back to nature’ getaway. It’s only 90 minutes from NYC but you might as well be a world away from the crowds, noise and hurried life. When I started planning for our first trip with the kids it was surprisingly difficult to locate toddler activities for our family in The Catskills. There were a lot of great resources for family trips but they were for older kids. Four years ago, I proclaimed I should write a blog to make this easier for families with toddlers, but alas, better late than never, right?