It is no mystery to many Florida’s Gulf Coast is a beautiful place to visit with wonderful weather. We were lucky enough to spend 5 weeks in this area after our first child. This afforded us with the opportunity to hit up every town in that area: Clearwater, Tampa Bay, St. Pete’s, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs, New Port Richey, Hudson and Indian Rock to name just a few.
We found ourselves quite surprised by the diverse options of places to explore. Quite often, none of these activities required a theme park admission and many of them included exploring Florida’s beautiful natural outdoors. If you’re looking for kid-friendly activities in Florida’s Gulf Coast, consider our suggestions below.
Lisbon is the beautiful, hilly capital of Portugal that is extremely family friendly. We spent six weeks in Lisbon when our children were 2.5 years old and 10 months old. Spending this much time in Lisbon allowed us to really learn about the city and discover all it has to offer. We are happy to share the best Lisbon attractions that were popular with our toddler.
For two years in a row, our family stayed at the Memories Flamenco Beach Resort. After having stayed at many different resorts, the Memories Flamenco is the only resort we have returned to because of their friendly staff and great service. These are some of our impressions of this wonderful Cuban all-inclusive resort.
Camping with kids, especially young ones is always an enjoyable experience, but often involves bringing an extraordinary amount of equipment. Camping in general requires packing a lot – only to double it when you bring the kids.
Successful packing requires careful planning and being an expert at Tetris to make everything fit in your car. Here are a few of our top tips one packing for camping.
With thousands of resorts and dozens of countries to choose from, it can be difficult to find an all inclusive vacation right for your family. Consider some of our top tips on how to narrow down the list and pick the right resort for you.