The Key to Conquering Homesickness as a Nomadic Family

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Not all who wander are lost. We’ve all seen this quote on a poster in a travel agency, or as...

Disney’s Galaxy’s Edge: The Rides that are Worth the Line

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Disneyland opened up the largest single-themed land in Disney park's history on May 31st, and it is unlike any other. The Galaxy's...

Worldschooling with The Wild Bradburys: Neuschwanstein Castle

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Perhaps the most recognized castle in the world, the Neuschwanstein Castle sculpts the landscape of Bavaria, Germany with romance, art, and a...

A Stay at YMCA of the Rockies – Snow Mountain Ranch

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A long and winding driveway keeps guests guessing as they drive deeper through one of Winter Park’s most family-friendly treasures, nestled in...

A Fun Adventure while Stationed in Stuttgart: LEGOLAND Germany

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Nestled in the heart of Germany, just an hour outside of Stuttgart is a magical, brick-built town: LEGOLAND! It may seem hard...

Worldschooling with The Wild Bradburys: Hiking Samaria Gorge

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Hiking the Samaria Gorge on the island of Crete will go down as one of the crazier things I have asked my...

5 Family Friendly Fall Break Ideas on the East Coast

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Fall is a beautiful time to be living on the East Coast. When the weather turns cooler, the leaves begin to change...

Worldschooling with The Wild Bradburys: Hallstatt, Austria UNESCO World Heritage Site

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There is a special place deep in the Austrian Dachstein Mountains, that has been frozen in time. A cultural and architectural time...

Worldschooling with The Wild Bradburys: 11 Things to Do in Rome

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In the middle of Italy sits a city like no other in the world. Rome. Also referred to as the City of...

A Weekend in Wilmington, NC

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Wilmington, North Carolina is a short trip for many military families stationed in the Southeast. This quaint, historic town has much to offer those...

Plan the Perfect Visit to Bali with Kids — #NoFilter

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Thanks to our girl, Elizabeth Gilbert, Bali became a household name for wanderlusters, even those with minimal geographical knowledge. This quiet, little Indonesian island...

Doing Disney World as a Military Family

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What’s the first word you think of when you read the word, Disney? Was your word expensive? You wouldn’t be the only...

7 Reasons to Stay at Shades of Green

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Did you know that there is an Armed Forces Recreation Center (AFRC) located in Orlando, Florida? Yes — you can visit the...

An Inside Look at a Crete Vacation

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You may remember Crete from your Greek mythology unit in school, but the home of the ancient Minoans is littered with much...

The Best Route for a Cross-Country PCS + the Best Places...

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PCS — it means permanent change of station (or probably changing my sanity). Picture a cross-country PCS…with two children under 5, traveling 3,300+ miles...

Camping in the Hamada Beach Cabins

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On a scale of comfortable drinking wine outside to being a human Swiss Army Knife, how outdoorsy are you? The good news is that...

Japan Bucket List Destination: Bunny Island

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In a land far, far away, there is a magical island in the middle of a turquoise sea, full of cute, cuddly, and — if...

Bringing History to Life: Tryon Palace, New Bern, NC

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New Bern is a small town with tons of charm! As the original capital of North Carolina, there is an abundance of well-preserved history,...

Hong Kong Disneyland

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The magic of Disney is known and beloved worldwide. As self-admitted fans of Walt Disney, Hong Kong Disneyland was on the very long bucket...

Worldschooling with the Wild Bradburys: Exploring the Postcard Destinations of the...

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The country of Greece includes 6,000 islands. Only 227 of those islands are inhabited. Of those 227, only two-thirds are truly accessible to tourists....

Amsterdam with Kids

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In the tiny country of the Netherlands, lies a gem of a city, Amsterdam. Amsterdam has been one of the great surprises of our travels...

Visiting Tokyo Disneyland

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Prepare to be amazed. Tokyo Disneyland is a place where Disney magic and amazing Japanese hospitality collide. In the words of Dash from The...

Staying at the New Sanno Hotel in Tokyo

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The military sent you to Japan, and you’re planning your trip to Tokyo — because if you lived in Japan and never visited Tokyo,...

Rural Mexico: Don’t Drink the Water

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We landed in Mexico City around lunchtime and made our way to the North Central Bus Station. I speak freshman Spanish, which is almost...

My Life in Ruins: Athens Greece

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Welcome to Athens! Athens is a city of amazing history. At one time, it was the artistic and cultural Mecca of the ancient world —...

Airbnb Disasters: When Accomodations are Poor

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Throughout our European tour, the children and I have (and will) sleep in many types of accommodations. Some have been great, others have been...

What to Expect on a JSA and DMZ Tour

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You sign up for a tour of the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North Korea and South Korea most likely because you’re curious. It looks...

Doing Disneyland as a Military Family

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Disneyland, it's the place where the magic began in 1955. Originally, entrance to the park was free, but you paid for each ride with...

Denmark is for Families

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Of all the places in Europe, I think that Denmark must have been pretty low on my list. Copenhagen (the capital) was way up...

Denmark Legoland Immersion

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In Northern Europe, you can find a small village of rural farms that goes by the name of Billund. Billund, Denmark still exists because...

Okuma Resort in Okinawa, Japan

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If you are among the lucky few to call Okinawa your home for a few years, you have the advantage of living on a...

See America for Free with a Military Park Pass

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Before nearly any patriotic holiday, the phrase “land of the free because of the brave,” starts popping up on your Facebook feed laden with...

Crash Course In Japanese Culture

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You’re never really quite prepared for the first time you face off against a squatty potty, but a crash course in Japanese culture, customs,...