Now that the kids are getting a bit older there seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel and I am anxious to do the traveling that I’ve always wanted to do, while still including the kids, but not focusing the entire trip mainly on kiddie activities.
The Internet has really opened the doors for the general public to see what is out there, when it is and for what price - plus it has given many ways for us to tie up all of the loose ends that are involved in planning a trip.
My guess is that every family wants to go to Disneyland and stay at the Disneyland Anaheim hotel, which for us is a 3000 mile trip all the way across the U.S. from where we live. A long trip like that with my gang would normally require a lot of my time in researching and planning.
Since my parent live in Florida, years ago on one of our numerous visits with them down in the Sunshine State, that was when the kids were really very young, we all went to Disney World and wow it was an adventure! Since my folks lived to close by it fell on their shoulders to handle all the planning/entertaining, now that’s the way to do it, ha ha, just kidding.
While researching on the Internet I was looking at a web site: TravelHero.com amd it made me aware that there is so much more out there for families to explore that are set in-between the two coast lines. On their map you can see all theses different places that you can click on and get all the info you’d need for your stay. They provide discount hotel reservations as well as helping you find a flight and assist in reserving a car for your use, smooth and stress free! I even saw something on there about golf!