Adventure in rock climbing! 

August 21, 2017

I love finding new things for my kids to try. So when I found out Summit Indoor climbing was ten minutes away from us, we had to try it. Once we arrived, we were fitted with a harness, were given different shoes to change into and were shown how to use all the equipment. As you can see from the…

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Tour of Disney Cruise Line 2018

August 17, 2017

Thank you Disney Cruise Line  for the opportunity to tour your Dream Ship. While my family was enjoying the many amenities at Disney’s Port Orleans- Riverside I embarked on an hour car ride to Port Canaveral, Florida. Disney Cruise Line has a signature colors that you can’t miss: black hull, white superstructure, yellow trim and giant red funnels. It gets you…

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Who’s ready for some Bahn Love?

August 13, 2017

When discussing our plans for this summer, we knew @ Schlitterbahn  in New Braunfels, TX was on our list. This has been our yearly tradition for the past 3 years and we don’t plan to break it! Schlitterbahn is located 4.5 hours from Carrollton, TX and we usually stay the night at a hotel. This year, since Christian had to…

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El Norte Mexican Grill Plano, TX

August 9, 2017

I love finding little gems hidden in our busy town. This was the case when we found El Norte Mexican Grill in Plano. It’s on a corner street but don’t worry, their building and neon light will make it hard to miss. The restaurant is inside a turquoise building that resembles a Mexican pueblo. It sets the tone for your…

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Revolver Brewery Granbury, TX

August 6, 2017

When you think about a brewery, you usually don’t think “kid friendly” But, this isn’t the case @ Revolver Brewery in Granbury, TX. Our favorite beer is Revolver and when we found out they had their own Brewery only 1.5 hours away, we were trilled. The admission is $10 dollars a person and it includes a logo pint glass and…

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Tips for touring NYC

August 4, 2017

If you’re visiting NYC in the Spring, make sure to dress in layers. (I’m always cold so this is a must for me) Bring comfortable shoes. I know you want to look fashionable walking down the streets of NYC but even New Yorkers change into tennis shoes while walking. Don’t be afraid to take the subway. There’s too much to…

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Touring guide for Chelsea Market and High Line Park

August 3, 2017

Today is our last day in NYC and I can tell you it’s been a whirlwind of a ride. After breakfast at the hotel, the students attended a Broadway clinic in the morning. During the 3 hours, they learned dances and songs from the Broadway hit Aladdin. The chaperones on the other hand time to walk around. To be completely…

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A foodie’s love affair with NYC

August 2, 2017

After enjoying our breakfast at our hotel, Corey from Green Light tour arranged for a double-decker tour of Lower Manhattan. Tip #1: Bring a warm jacket if you’re going to NYC in May. I had on a light jacket but was still freezing while on the bus tour. Our driver stopped and I was able to grab a “I love…

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Our Tour of Central Park and Broadway

August 1, 2017

After enjoying our continental breakfast at our hotel, we headed to Central Park. Green Light tours divided the students and chaperons into groups of 8 and we had the opportunity to enjoy our personal tour guide. Tip #1: Make sure you wear comfortable shoes while touring Central Park. I brought along my TOMS but, I should have worn my tennis…

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