Lake Yellowstone Hotel (c) Xanterra Parks and Resorts

Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins is one of the most historic and well-known lodging options inside Yellowstone National Park. Built in 1891, and restored in the 1990′s, I felt like I was stepping back in time as I walked through the doors of Lake Yellowstone Hotel. The main hotel offers an ambiance of the 1920′s [...]

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Cruise travel is about the common areas, the port stops, the cuisine, and for me, the staterooms. I truly enjoy the relaxation of sitting on a cruise ship balcony sipping my morning coffee and noshing on a room service breakfast. It’s a peaceful way to begin the day, with each morning having a different view. [...]

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Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort

South Walton, located along Florida’s Northwest coast, is an area of 15 neighborhoods located along the Gulf Coast. These neighborhoods offer some of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever seen, and I’ve ben to a few. It may be that this area is close to my heart, being the setting for many family vacations when [...]

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The Carnival Breeze will sail her inaugural season from Europe, launching in June 2012. Check out this video, hosted by John Heald, that highlights the amazing destinations this Dream Class Fun Ship will will visit. After her first season, she’ll be based in Miami, Florida to cruise the Caribbean. Carnival Breeze Europe Destinations Carnival Breeze [...]

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There’s no doubt that The Flip Ultra HD is one of the most user friendly digital video cameras. It also set the bar for competing companies to produce products. Sadly, The Flip is no longer being produced and is becoming harder and harder to find in stores. In the TravelingMamas.com Research and Development Department, we’re [...]

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Wheelchairs

The world is becoming more aware of people with disabilities.You can hail an accessible cab in London, take an elevator up to the Eiffel Tower, and sleep in a wheelchair-accessible villa in Spain. Traveling in a wheelchair to a foreign country is challenging, but not impossible. “Once you leave home, things will be different,” says [...]

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Four travel bloggers. One car. 10,000 Miles. The Mongol Rally first began in 2004 with six teams and has grown in numbers and gained popularity as an adventurous road rally starting in London and ending in Mongolia. This year, a couple of my travel blogging friends (@RickGriffin & @OttsWorld) have joined forces with @ThePlanetD to [...]

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The Help, a New York Times bestselling novel, is being released in theaters on August 10, 2011. This fictional story is based on the real culture of household workers in 1960′s Jackson, Mississippi and was filmed throughout the state. Author, Kathryn Stockett, was insistent that if her book was to be bought to the big [...]

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First Day of School

School has already started in a few areas near my home and my own children will going back to class next week. The summer vacation is quickly coming to a close, and that means it’s time to plan that weekend romantic escape or a mama girlfriend getaway. If you’re anything like me, you enjoyed the [...]

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Battleship USS Alabama

Spend a day or two in a luxury hotel and see some of Mobile, Alabama’s top attractions. Two downtown, Renaissance hotels are offering the GoMobile! package which includes two adult tickets and deluxe accommodations. Luxury Lodging Choose between two four-diamond hotels located within walking distance of several attractions, restaurants and entertainment. The Battle House Renaissance [...]

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