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Adventures by Disney
Explore the world on a guided vacation, complete with Disney magic. With destination options on all seven continents – including river cruises and expedition adventures to Antarctica and the Galápagos islands – you can go anywhere your family wants to travel! Combine concierge level service with the art of Disney storytelling, and your family will be truly emersed in the culture of your destination and gain a lifetime of memories!
Whether you opt to cruise through Alaska. hugging the rugged coast to explore Skagway, Sitka and Ketchikan or head inland to Denali National Park and the wonders of nature, you will awake every morning in this incredibly beautiful state ready to find another experience that will make you gasp with deilght.
An all-inclusive vacation is travel as it’s meant to be - nothing to worry about and plenty to enjoy, all day and all night. Found mostly in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean islands, these resorts cater to couples, adults and/or families. Staying at an all-inclusive resort means you'll pay one flat price for your room, all meals and drinks. But that’s only the beginning: tons of activities and entertainment, relaxing pools and beaches, and often golf or water sports are included as well.
Amalfi Coast (Italy)
A picture-perfect Mediterranean landscape, delicious food, and wonderful people, make the Amalfi Coast one of Italy's most memorable destinations. Here, mountains plunge into the turquoise sea, and piazzas abound with outdoor restaurants and gelato stands. Sorrento and Positano are the area’s most known towns, but lesser-known Amalfi and Ravello are worth a visit as well. The region is home to some of Italy's finest hotels and restaurants, as well as one of the country's top spots for hiking.
No place on Earth compares to this infinite white wilderness of snow, ice, water, rock. Antarctica is simply stunning. Preserved by the Antarctic Treaty, Antarctica is home to some of the world’s most extraordinary species – whales, penguins, seabirds, all call this place home at least for part of the year. Whether by sea voyage or flight, ice and weather, not clocks and calendars, determine the itinerary and the timetable of all travel here. But the journey is worth it when you see a stunning glacier, come face to fin with a giant whale, or are awed by the sheer size of the polar ice cap.
From this gorgeous city came democracy, mythology, drama, philosophy, and mathematics – and it still ranks as one of the most popular “bucket list” destinations. The magnificent Acropolis, built in the 5th century BC, is visible from almost every part of the city, and it’s surviving treasures are showcased at the Acropolis Museum, found at the foot of the Acropolis' southern slope. Follow in the footsteps of Socrates at the Agora, the heart of ancient Athens' civic life, visit the Parthenon and the Temple of Olympian Zeus – or head out of town to see the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, the site of Ancient Eleusis, or spend a day at one of the many wonderful beaches. All while eating fabulous fresh food and enjoying a little ouzo.
Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa
Pure Hawaii, with a touch of Disney magic. At Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina, Hawai‘i, you will discover that there is something for everyone to enjoy at this family paradise. Plunge down water slides, relax as you float along a lazy river, snorkel in a private lagoon, or simply take in the view from an infinity-edge pool. In the evening you can party on the pool deck, admire the stars, take in an authentic Hawaiian Lū‘au, or simply relax with the family over a wonderful meal. You can use this wonderful resort as a base for your Oahu adventures, or simply relax your vacation away – the choice is yours!
It’s time to relax and play at the luxurious and fun all-inclusive resorts in Turks & Caicos and Jamaica. White sand, turquoise water, pools with swim up bars, water parks, Sesame Street characters, teen nightclubs, moonlit strolls on the beach, scuba diving, and tons of dining options await you. And it’s all included! Planning a wedding or family honeymoon? A girls weekend away? It is a perfect spot because Beaches is for everyone!
Picture perfect pink sand beaches, balmy turquoise waters, pastel-colored houses, fragrant bougainvillea, greet you on this tiny island country off the coast of the Carolinas. British-cultural influence and Bermuda's many museums and art galleries add a touch of sophistication, history buffs will love it’s many forts, and its varied geography makes it ideal for hiking, golfing, water sports and just lazing on a gorgeous beach.
If Africa is a dream destination, Botswana will make those dreams come true. It is likely the best wild elephant viewing on the continent -whether you choose the Okavango Delta or the stunning Chobe National Park. Game drives will present new animals for you to view every day while you learn about the fragile environment and are treated to impressive hospitality from the gracious people of the country.
If you set out to design a fairy-tale medieval town, Bruges would be it! One of Europe's best-preserved cities, there are cobblestone streets along dream-inspiring canals, soaring towers, market squares, and historical churches. And then there is the cuisine – waffles, frites, chocolate, and beer – all the best food groups are represented! Hop a canal boat for a tour, visit a brewery, learn to make chocolate, go on a waffle tour, or be a little silly and visit the Frietmuseum, the only museum in the world dedicated to french fries.
Budapest has something for everyone – dramatic history, stunning architecture, an abundance of hot springs, fine wine, outdoor garden pubs and clubs, and the beautiful Danube. History comes to life when you witness the bullet holes and shrapnel pockmarks on buildings from WWII and the 1956 Uprising, or visit the Royal Palace, which has been home to kings and queens, occupiers such as the Turks centuries, and the Habsburg royalty since the mid-13th century. Take one of 8 bridges, and you will see Parliament takes center stage along the Danube in Pest. Museums, cafes, and monuments – there is no shortage of ways to spend your days and nights.
From sugar-sand beaches and crystal-clear turquoise water to mountain peaks and sea life-filled reefs, a cruise in the Caribbean is a fantastic way to spend a holiday! Add in nightlife, Broadway-style shows, incredible cuisine, froofy drinks, and activities for the kids and you have a vacation that the whole family will love! There are cruise lines for everyone and for every budget – from family-friendly character-filled ships and mega cruisers with zip lines and rock climbing walls, to adult-only vessels with stops at destinations all over the region.
Curacao is the "C" of the Caribbean ABC Island (Aruba and Bonaire make up the trio). Whether you want the explore the history and food of Willemstad with its European influences along with the indigenous people or lie on one of the many spectacular beaches, Curacao is a great choice. Add the warm friendly people and you have a perfect getaway.
Disneyland® Anaheim, California
The Park that started it all – the original Disneyland® Park with iconic attractions and beloved Disney Characters. And now you can visit a second theme park - Disney California Adventure® Park featuring the 12-acre Cars Land, Pixar Pier, and the Avenger’s Campus! Not to mention three fantastic on-site resorts, the Downtown Disney shopping district, and a world of amazing dining options. It’s the perfect starter Disney trip or add-on to your southern California vacation!
The desert and the ancient pyramid tombs call many visitors to Egypt’s shore and brings out the student in all of us. You can visit the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, where Tutankhamun’s tomb was unearthed and take a tour of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo to see all the glittering finds. Cruise the Nile, shop in the numerous souks, and spend some time on the beautiful beaches on the Red Sea. Immerse yourself in this bucket-list destination, and make history come to life.
If you are looking for a beach and underwater wonderland, look no further than the archipelago of Fiji. Stunning sands, perfect palm trees and waters so blue they look airbrushed - Fiji is your dream come true. So much so that both Cast Away and The Blue Lagoon were filmed there. Fiji is also a diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise, with stretches of intensely colored reefs and more than 1500 species of fish and sea creatures that call them home. Water not your thing - Fiji offers ample opportunities for hikers and birdwatchers as well, as well as some great nightlife for those so inclined. Fijians are famous for their hospitality and warmth, so be sure to make some new friends and learn about the culture during your stay.
Great Barrier Reef
Whether you explore this 1,400-mile stretch of Australia’s northeastern coastline by helicopter, yacht, or via an up-close dive or snorkel tour, the beauty of this nature location is unprecedented. It remains the largest living thing that can be seen from space, and is teeming with sea life such as whales, turtles, and vibrant hues of more that 400 species of fish and coral. Climate change is affecting the reef and going with a green-certified tour operator is crucial but travel to the Great Barrier Reef for amazing sea adventures and ocean sights will delight any animal or adventure enthusiast.
Gulf Coast Florida
People who prefer Florida's Gulf side over its Atlantic one generally fall in love with this stretch of sun-kissed coastline from Sarasota to Naples. With art museums, fine dining, trendy cocktails, these cultured towns set the tone for the area. The beaches are gorgeous, sunsets to die for, and you will come away with great memories of hunting prehistoric shark's teeth in Venice and shells in Sanibel.
Hawaii, the Big Island
The Big Island is the largest and youngest of all Hawaiian Islands. Visitors can witness everything from black sand beaches to flowing molten magma to snowy mountaintops. One activity that you shouldn’t skip is snorkeling with Manta Rays. The Big Island of Hawaii is home to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park where you can hike the Kilauea Iki Crater, one of the best hikes on the Big Island. Explore the Kaumana Caves which were formed by a lava tube that stretches for kilometers below the earth. You can also go on a Kona Coffee tour at one of Kona’s more than six hundred coffee farms, a must-do for any coffee lover. Did you know that Pana’ewa Rainforest Zoo is the only zoo in the United States located inside a rainforest? It is located on the Hilo side of the island and is home to ring-tailed lemurs, peacocks, and other indigenous birds like the ‘io (Hawaiian Hawk). The Big Island has so much variety to offer.
From the beauty of the landscape, the eerie stillness of the Dead Sea, and the ancient walls and pathways of Nazareth and Jerusalem, there are few places on earth that stir up passion like Israel. But the country is not just history, religion, and politics. There are plenty of ways to relax – from the beaches of Tel Aviv and Haifa to the wineries of the Galilee, Israel never fails to surprise.
Kauai, the Garden Isle
The fourth largest island is draped in emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires and rugged cliffs aged by time and the elements. It is the greenest of all the Hawaiian Islands; 97% of it is covered by forests or mountain ranges. It’s a perfect spot for the adventurer who likes kayaking, snorkeling, and hiking. While there, make sure you head to Hanalei, perhaps the most picturesque town in Kauai. Here you will find waterfalls and jungle-covered mountains. Don’t forget to head to Waimea, where Captain James Cook made his first landing in Hawaii in 1778. Explore Waimea Canyon with its panoramic views and deep valley gorges. Some would say you only need a good pair of hiking boots, an umbrella, and an adventurous spirit to visit Kauai. With brilliant sunsets, pristine beaches, and luminous skies, what more would you want in a vacation?
When you think of Africa, you’re probably thinking of Kenya. Infinite savannas with roaming wildlife. Dense forests, harsh deserts, and the lush palm-fringed coastline of the Indian Ocean. A lone acacia tree with a snow-capped mountain in the distance. Proud traditional peoples. One of most innovative and successful conservation communities on the continent. This is Kenya.
Lanai, the Pineapple Isle
As the smallest inhabited island travelers may visit, Lanai spans only 141 square miles and is known for its epicurean dining, luxurious pampering, and unconventional outdoor activities. Lanai feels like a private paradise where you can relax and relish the beauty of the island. Have you ever wanted to pretend you were in one of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies? Well, take some time to visit Shipwreck Beach, a six-mile-long beach that once served as the final destination for more than a dozen shipwrecks. Do you love golf? Make sure you take time to play Manele Golf Course at the Four Season’s Manele Bay while visiting Lanai. It was designed by the famous golfer, Jack Nicklaus. If you’re looking for a secluded beach, then Polihua Beach should be on your list. It’s a 2-mile pristine gold sand beach that is only a 30-minute drive from Garden of the Gods, an out of this world place with a surreal lunar landscape. Visiting Lanai lends itself to a sense of privacy, tranquility, and contemplation.
There is a reason Santa calls this place home, it is Artic Magic! The midnight sun in the summertime, the aurora borealis (Northern Lights) in the winter, and of course roaming reindeer all make it a very special place to visit! Spanning 30% of Finland’s land area, but just 3% of its population, the vast wilderness is just waiting to be explored on foot, skis or sled. And what could be more fun than lying in a glass-top igloo watching the night skies.
An oasis of indulgence in the desert, Las Vegas is like a big sandbox for adults. The strip is abuzz with activity all hours of the day, and shines like a beacon all night. Every type of cuisine and dining experience is available here, as well as A-list entertainment, luxury (and not-so-luxury) hotels, spas, of course, gambling. Looking to get into nature – vast canyons and epic mountains beckon just beyond the city limits. When you are ready to come play, Vegas will be ready!
London has something for everyone - and that is what makes it one of the most visited cities in the world. There is art and culture - with a plethora of museums and buildings famous for their architecture. History comes to life with a visit to Buckingham Palace or the Tower of London. And foodies will find cuisine from around the world. Young, and the young at heart, will all find something to love in this wonderful city.
Maui, the Valley Isle
The second largest island is beloved for its world-famous beaches featuring black, red, and white sand, the sacred Iao Valley, views of migrating humpback whales, farm-to-table cuisine and the magnificent sunrise and sunset from Haleakala. Boredom is not an option on Maui. You can spend one day relaxing on the beach and the next day hanging out with goats at Surfing Goat Dairy then go ziplining at Haleakala National Park. Why not taste “Hawaii in a bottle” at the Hali-imaile Distillery then enjoy a sweet day at the Sugar Museum? Whether you go horseback riding, golfing, ATV riding, or just walk along the beach, Maui has an adventure waiting for you.
Molokai, the Friendly Isle
The fifth largest island, Molokai is only thirty-eight miles long and ten miles across at its widest point. The sea cliffs of Molokai are some of the highest in the world, reaching heights of up to 3,900 feet from sea level. Visiting Molokai is similar to stepping back in time to a slower pace, where you can have an authentic Hawaiian experience that combines culture, adventure, and appreciation for nature. No visit to Molokai is complete without tasting the famous melt-in-your-mouth “hot bread” from Kanemitsu Bakery. This bakery has been attracting visitors and locals alike for years. There are no resorts or luxury hotels on Molokai. Hotel Molokai is the only hotel on the island; however, there are vacation condominiums available on the west end of the island as well as in central Molokai. If you like to diverge from the beaten path and truly get off the grid while on vacation, consider vacationing on Molokai.
New York City
This huge dynamic city has something for everyone: food & drink, museums, parks, history, theatre, dance, music. NYC is made for walking and exploring or just hopping on all forms of public transportation to move across the city. Whether it is your first visit or your 20th, New York City will satisfy your travel desires.
Oahu, The Gathering Place
The third largest island boasts the world-famous Waikiki Beach as well as the equally famous Diamond Head crater. Oahu is a mixture of tropical beauty and rich history. Where else can you visit the Iolani Palace which was home of Queen Liliuokalani, the last reigning monarch? There are five dynamic regions located on Oahu: Honolulu, the Windward Coast, Central Oahu, the Leeward Coast, and the North Shore. While visiting Oahu you’ll want to take in a local festival (Spam Jam, Summer Concert Series, Ukulele Festival, Hawaii Food & Wine Festival, etc.), head to Haleiwa and grab some shave ice at Matsumoto’s, immerse yourself in the history of World War II at Pearl Harbor, enjoy the fast-paced nightlife of Honolulu with street performers and live music, or head to Ko Olina on the west side of Oahu for the most amazing sunsets. There’s so much to do on Oahu that you may never want to leave.
Before the dawn of private jets, royalty and high society members traveled through Europe onboard luxury trains. The most famous of these being the Orient Express, which reached its heyday between WW1 and WW2. Now, she is riding the rails again! The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is comprised of eleven sleeping cars, three restaurant cars, one bar car and two staff cars, making it the longest passenger train in Europe. But it’s not just an ordinary train - each of the 17 carriages was once part of Europe’s iconic Orient Express! Passengers can now book passage between London and Venice for an overnight trip that will provide stories for a lifetime.
Although there’s more to the town of Oxford than Oxford University, the university is very much the city’s defining feature. Regularly ranked among the world’s most prominent centers of higher learning, the university can trace its history back to the 11th century. Today, visitors travel to Oxford to explore those same colleges, housed for the most part in their original buildings, like the magnificent Bodleian Library. The schools architecture makes it one of England’s most beautiful cities, as well as a gorgeous backdrop for such movies as Harry Potter and X:Men: First Class. After you are done biking around town, be sure to stop in one of their famous pubs for a bite to eat and drink.
What can be said about Paris that hasn’t been said before – the City of Lights dazzles on all fronts. The iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe guarding the glamorous avenue des Champs-Élysées, the Notre Dame cathedral with its gorgeous flying buttresses, lamplit bridges spanning the Seine, and cafes with their wicker chairs are all emblems of the city. Whether you opt for a triple-Michelin-starred restaurant, a local neighborhood bistro, or a create-your-own-picnic with items from the numerous patisseries, boulangeries (bakeries), fromageries (cheese shops) and street markets, you will definitely not go hungry. You can even learn to cook some French delicacies in one of the numerous culinary courses offered in the city. And if art is more of your liking, Paris was home to Renoir, Rodin, Picasso, Monet, Manet, Dalí and Van Gogh, and the city is one of the world's greatest art collections.
Reykjavík, the world’s most northerly capital, combines colorful buildings, quirky, creative people, dazzling design, an epic music scene, and amazing landscape into somewhere truly unique. Cafes by day turn into restaurants and bars at night. And outside the city snow-topped mountains, geothermal spas, churning seas and crystal-clear air combine to make this a truly unique destination.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Seen from the peak of Pão de Açúcar (Sugarloaf), Rio is undoubtedly a Cidade Maravilhosa – the mountains, the sea, the music, the soccer, caipirinhas, beaches, churrascarias, Carnival, and the wonderful people come together to make something truly special. Standing atop Corcovado is Christ the Redeemer, visible from nearly every part of the city. The Tijuca National Park is a 39-sq-km tropical-jungle preserve with beautiful trees, creeks and waterfalls, mountainous terrain, and high peaks. It has an excellent, well-marked trail system, and is home to many bird and animal species, including iguanas and monkeys. And while you can’t think of Rio without thinking about Carnival, they are just as famous for their white-clad New Year’s Eve celebrations on the beach.
Mouthwatering food, awe-inspiring works of art, ancient architecture, history, religion, romance, and natural beauty – Rome has it all! Ancient icons such as the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Pantheon remind us that Rome used to be the capital of the world, while monumental basilicas like St Peter’s tell of its history as seat of the Catholic Church. There are sculptures by Michelangelo, paintings by Caravaggio, frescoes by Raphael and fountains by Bernini at every turn, and culinary works of art can be found on every plate while dining alfresco in one of the many piazzas. Come live the dolce vita!
Route 50 is Route 66’s bigger, badder sibling, stretching from Ocean City, MD, to Sacramento, CA. Route 50 hits 12 states and the District of Columbia on its 3,073 mile path across the country, with one section nicknamed the Loneliest Road in America. This journey will take you to deserts, mountains, farmlands, and ocean views, as well as the less-natural but still-impressive Lincoln Memorial and St. Louis Arch. You could do this trip in a week, but we recommend building in time to get out of the car and be part of the rich history of this coast-to-(almost)-coast highway.
Many travelers consider driving along Historic Route 66 the ultimate road. Long stretches of open road, old diners, vintage motels, and retro filling stations take you back to a time before interstate highways and bring back memories of family vacations in the old station wagon. You can hit the road in St. Louis and drive through 5 states, all the way to Santa Monica, California. Pass through the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest, channel your inner rock star while standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona, gamble in Vegas, all the while singing “Get your kicks on Route 66!”
San Diego, California
Sun and fun awaits! San Diego boasts America’s most perfect weather and is filled with world-famous attractions for the entire family - the zoo, the museums of Balboa Park – plus a vibrant downtown, miles of beautiful hikes, and more than 60 beaches where you can sunbathe and learn to surf.
Are you looking for a vacation where you can relax and just let go? Consider a tropical, all-inclusive vacation to a Sandals resort! With locations throughout the Caribbean Islands, you are sure to find a property that meets your vacation needs. These resorts are adults-only and include beautiful beaches, scuba diving, unlimited gourmet dining, unique bars serving premium liquors and wines, and just about any land or water sport you can think of…all for one price! Sandals is also the leader in destination weddings and honeymoons. If you are looking for a romantic, stress-free getaway, a Sandals vacation will exceed your expectations!
From the moment you catch sight of the blue & white beauty of Santorini, you begin to fall in love. Whether you choose to visit the impressive ruins of Akrotiri, visit an antiquities museum, wander down narrow streets in search of olive or just find a peaceful cafe for a meal, you will never forget your time long and will also long to return.
Where Real is Amazing! See and learn about sea animals, ride epic roller coasters, and visit with your Sesame Street friends, all while helping to rescue, rehab and release aid of more sick, injured, and orphaned animals in need – over 39,000 so far! And if you are in Orlando, you can splash and slide your way through the day at Aquatica or be pampered as you swim with dolphins at the all-inclusive experience at Discovery Cove.
Looking for an active adventure of skiiing, climbing, or bicycling through the Alps? Or would you enjoy a day on the panoramic train or at the thermal baths, followed by a leisurely dinner of wine and fondue more? In Switzerland you don't have to decide, you can do it all. And if you're a cheese fanatic, you'll feel right at home with a stop in the town of Gruyères or the areas of Emmental or Appenzell. Hopp Schwiiz!
What wildlife traveler has not imagined a trip to the Amazon – waking to the cry of howler monkeys and seeing where the different colored waters of the Solimões, Negro and Madeira rivers converge to form the mighty Amazon River. Manaus is where it all begins, but it is really just a starting point. True, deep-immersion Amazon experiences, from Mamirauá Reserve to Reserva Extrativista Baixo Rio Branco-Jauaperi, are where you'll encounter the Amazon of which you always dreamed.
Welcome to The Bahamas – with 16 major islands, The Bahamas is an unmatched destination for fun and relaxation stretched across 100,000 square miles of the world’s clearest ocean. Family-friendly strands, secret sandbars and secluded pink-sand beaches, they have them all here. You can golf, shop, dive, snorkel, gamble, and of course swim with pigs! It is just a short flight from Florida and the east coast, so it is the perfect short getaway destination, or stay longer and explore all that the islands have to offer!
The Galápagos Islands
The Galápagos Islands may just inspire you to think differently about the world. Home to creatures found nowhere else on the planet, with volcanic islands that look more like the moon than the earth, the human footprint here is kept to a minimum, despite the large tourist population. You don’t have to be an evolutionary biologist or an ornithologist to appreciate this beautiful and unique place.
Tuscany is a gourmet destination unlike any other. Food and wine are a national pastime; local, seasonal, and sustainable menus rule the land; and locals take great pride in the quality of their produce. Spend your sun-filled days visiting local wineries, heading to a family-run pastificio tradizionale where artisan pasta is cut by hand, creating your own olive oil, or road tripping in quest of the best chargrilled T-bone steak. Buon appetito!
Uganda is an animal and nature-lovers paradise, and the Ugandans have worked tirelessly to create and maintain national parks and conservation zones for its incredible biodiversity. Africa’s tallest mountain range, the Rwenzoris, stretches across western Uganda, acting as the source of the Nile River. Shrouded in mist and abounding with glaciers, waterfalls, and alpine lakes, these peaks are the home of Uganda’s mountain gorillas. Home to almost half the world’s surviving mountain gorillas, the World Heritage–listed Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of East Africa’s most famous national parks. Other parks, such as Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls, and Kidepo Valley National Parks are home to a wide variety of avian and land animals, and on Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary around 50 orphaned chimps have found their home.
Universal Orlando Resort
Fun is Universal! Where else can you enter a Wizarding World, visit Springfield, escape from a Jurassic Park, play with Minions, and then party into the night all on the same day? With eight on-site hotel options made to fit every style and budget, three theme parks (with a fourth one coming!), and a fantastic shopping and entertainment district there is something for everyone!
Walt Disney World®
Make dreams come true in four uniquely themed parks, two water parks, and a fun shopping area - each with its own special version of Disney magic! There are resorts for every style and budget, and dining options that range from Mickey Ice Cream bars to fine dining. You can live out your Star Wars adventure, visit other worlds, experience an African-style safari, and enter a world of fantasy. This is the perfect spot to relive childhood memories and create new ones.
The United States capital overflows with iconic monuments, immersive museums, and world-famous buildings teeming with political power and history. There’s nothing quite like the Smithsonian Institution, a collection of 19 huge, artifact-stuffed museums which are always free! You can really pack a lot into a trip to DC – visit the Capital Building; stand in front of the Supreme Court Building; take a selfie outside the White House; visit the National Archives and see the Magna Carta and the Declaration of Independence; stand where Martin Luther King Jr gave his ‘I Have a Dream’ speech on the Lincoln Memorial’s steps; see the flag that inspired the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ at the National Museum of American History; head over to the Watergate Building where Nixon met his downfall; and, be a stone’s throw from where Lincoln was assassinated in Ford’s Theatre. There is so much to see and do in Washington, DC – it is a capital like no other!
Your Favorite Beach
There is nothing like “coming home” to your favorite beach town – the smell of the ocean as you cross the bay bridge, the feel of the sand in your toes, the taste of your favorite treat as you walk the boardwalk or through town, the feel of the cool shower on your newly sunburnt skin. A lifetime of memories flooding your mind and heart, as you enjoy every moment of making new ones.