I was recently invited by Embassy Suites to check out their new Riverwalk hotel in San Antonio, Texas. This was my first visit to San Antonio — and Texas, for that matter—and I was just amazed at all the family-friendly activities that the city has to offer. As for the hotel, the location couldn’t be […]

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Applications and tech gadgets can help travelers, entertainment lovers, and educators by offering another convenient way to access information. New iPad App from Bing Helps You Touch and Decide –          Everything you need to start your day is right at your fingertips. The opening page of Bing’s iPad app provides a quick glance at: local weather, […]

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Waikiki Beach by Shannon Hurst Lane

Have you been dreaming of a trip to Hawaii? It is such a dreamy state, with natural beauty and a culture that seeps into your soul, always staying with those that visit. One of my favorite brands, Lands’ End, along with the Oahu Visitors Bureau, is giving away a trip to the Island of Oahu. […]

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Travel Survival for Moms: Minimergency Kit for her in gold metallic

I was shopping at Sephora the other day and came across this nifty little kit that’s perfect for a Traveling Mama – the Minimergency Kit for Her by Ms. & Mrs. It’s a fist-sized little bag that contains 16 essential beauty and personal care items for any Mama on the Move. At $12 retail, I […]

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DisneySMMoms

Family travel can be very convenient with the proper planning, including a visit to the most popular family destination in the world – Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts. We’ve been doing lots of research to help those of you planning WDW visits so that you can get the most out of your experience. And […]

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The Masters 2011 Scoreboard at Augusta National Golf Club

For most people, The Masters is something only viewed on television and it’s only a dream to step foot inside the gates of Augusta National Golf Club. We have a few photos and little gems of a visit to Augusta National Golf Club. Here are the things you may not know about The Masters and […]

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Flying high in Phoenix (c) Lisa McElroy

I’m flying high over Phoenix, looking down at the mountains and the desert as the sun sparkles over Lake Pleasant.  Every so often, I hear a roar, then watch as a flame climbs several stories above my head into a nylon sphere.  The wind is blowing through my hair, it’s sunrise, and there’s a giant […]

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Schwans Fresco by Scotto Baked Ziti

When I leave for a Mama trip, I not only have to pack for myself, but there are so many things to do at home to leave my family taken care of. I’ve got to make sure my daughter had clean school uniforms, I have to stock up on groceries, and I also need to […]

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Lindsey Wilkerson named Godmother of Carnival Magic Cruise Ship

Carnival isn’t just about Fun Ships and family cruises but also about giving back in a fun way through their Care to Play: Carnival for St. Jude Kids Program. This program brings magic in the form of cruisers taking part in the fund raising efforts to bring life saving research and treatments to St. Jude […]

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Entrance to 50

I enjoy sampling signature cocktails of the destinations, restaurants, and attractions I visit during my travels. Other travelers must enjoy a similar pastime, because our adult beverage posts on TravelingMamas.com seem to be popular with our readers, especially our post on how to find an adult beverage at Disney. During my visit to the Disney […]

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