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Universal Studios Orlando A Family GuideUniversal Studios Orlando - A Family Guide Universal Studios Orlando is a fantastic family destination! There is truly something for everyone and is great for all ages - including the kid in all of us. With an annual attendance in excess of 20 million visitor's per year, Universal Studios Orlando is one of the most visited resorts in the world. What began as Universal Studios Florida in the Summer of 1990 has now grown into a family destination powerhouse! With the addition of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in the Summer 2010, Universal Studios Orlando continues to see explosive4
Appomattox CourthouseLAST UPDATED January 14th, 2020 Visiting The Historic Appomattox Courthouse National Historic Park If you've read some of our other blog posts, you know that we love history and National Park's of any kind. At Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia, you literally walk in history's footsteps. The Village of Appomattox Courthouse was brought to the national forefront with Robert E. Lee's formal...
A Sure Fire Guide to Chicago with KidsLast Updated March 1, 2020 Chicago With Kids It may not be your first thought, but Chicago is made for kids. Chicago is a great walking city that kids will love because of the countless restaurants, museums, tall buildings, shops, and attractions. They will never get bored and it's fantastic family time. This blog may contain affiliate links, which means we may receive a small commission ( at no cost to you). Click HERE to read our disclosure statement Willis Tower Willis Tower ( formerly and still mainly called The Sears Tower) is a lot of fun! Going to Willis Tower is1
Pea Ridge National Military ParkPea Ridge National Military Park The history of Pea Ridge National Military Park is a fascinating one. The battle was fought on March 7 & 8th, 1862 and the Union's victory help to secure the border state of Missouri. Located in beautiful Northwest Arkansas, Pea Ridge National Military Park is considered one of the best preserved Civil War battlefields and covers approximately 4,300 acres. One of the more unique and important sections of the park includes the Trail of Tears. You can see remnants of Telegraph Road by which thousands of Native Americans walked in 1838-1839 during their forced removal from