Neuschwanstein’s big surprise

If you’re familiar with the area around the Disney World Resort in Orlando (I-drive, 192…), you’re familiar with tacky tourism souvenir shops, chain restaurants, mega hotels, and heavy traffic. You’re probably also very familiar with this – Disney’s iconic Cinderella Castle. Originally posted here:  Neuschwanstein’s...  Read More »

Le Jardin d’Acclimation Paris, France

This is my 100th post! It’s been slightly over a year since I restarted this blog. Originally posted here: Le Jardin d’Acclimation Paris, France  Mail this post Technorati Tags: explore, facebook, family-travel, flares, france, garden, jardin, netherlands, recommendation, thoughts, time, travel, Writing  Read More →

Open Air Museum Arnhem, NL

If there’s one aspect of travel I can’t seem to shut-up about it’s the importance of knowing some of the history of where you are traveling to. Read more here:  Open Air Museum Arnhem, NL  Mail this post Technorati Tags: Cruises and Cruise Ships, Destinations, Education, engage, history, museum, museum-arnhem, netherlands  Read More →

Herrenchiemsee: Ludwig’s Versailles

I had a slight obsession with King Ludwig II of Germany when I was in high school. View original here: Herrenchiemsee: Ludwig’s Versailles  Mail this post Technorati Tags: Cruises and Cruise Ships, netherlands, palace, travel, travel-turtle, winter, Writing  Read More →

Volunteer Trips for Families

Here’s another type of travel to consider: volunteer trips for families. I haven’t done this with my family, yet. Continued here: Volunteer Trips for Families  Mail this post Technorati Tags: Cruises and Cruise Ships, encourage, explore, facebook, family, family-travel, netherlands, photo, travel, travel-advice, travel-turtle,...  Read More »