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A Royal (Family-Friendly) High Tea in London

High Tea at London's Dukes HotelLondon's historic Dukes Hotel offers a truly royal, fancy High Tea. With roots back to King Henry VIII and it's famous Dukes Bar the inspiration for James Bond's infamous martini ... located in the gorgeous St. James Place area of London.

Solo Travel to Dana Point, California

getaway to Dana Point, CaliforniaDana Point in Orange County, California offers a quiet, peaceful destination to free your mind for a few days. Located halfway between Los Angeles and Long Beach ...

A Mom/Tween Getaway in Long Beach, California

visiting Long Beach's Aquarium of the PacificLong Beach, located along 5 ½ miles of beach, half way between Los Angeles and San Diego is kind of a forgotten stop for many families as they rush off to popular destinations such as Disneyland or Hollywood, but it’s one that needs to be noticed and visited. We found that the city offers great food, cultural diversity, waterfront dining and a slew of activities ...

New Zealand Tour of the Pohutu Geyser

night celebrations in New ZealandFor the culture-loving traveler seeking to get a taste of indigenous Maori heritage on New Zealand's North Island, begin in Rotorua - a visually stunning landscape that’s also very unique because of the fact that it’s a geothermal hotspot ...

A Taste of California

cooking class at La Dolce Vita, Oxnard, CaliforniaLa Dolce Vita in Oxnard, California holds cooking classes with owner and chef, Michelle Kenney, one class a month, from 1 pm to 4 pm. Each class is a full menu – appetizer, main course and dessert – as well as wine with each course. I loved that the class was a hand’s on experience ...

8 Reasons Turks & Caicos Should be Your Next Island Vacation

revealing the seaside beach at Blue Haven ResortProvidenciales, a tropical paradise in the Turks & Caicos Islands (TCI), is part of 8 inhabited islands and 30+ uninhabited islands. An accessible, family-friendly vacation destination offering ...

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