Monthly Archives: June 2015

Things to Bring on a Rail Vacation

Train rides are both fun and long experiences in which you might want to find ways to keep yourself occupied. If you’re traveling with children, this task is made even more difficult. There are some really simple things you can bring with your on a train ride. Whenever I take long train rides, I always make sure to pack some form of entainment–for me, that’s my tablet where I can watch TV or movies, or even browse the web. For others, it could be a book or a card game. Either way you look at it, you’ll want to make sure you bring the essentials for a lenghty ride on the railroad so you’re neither bored nor uncomfortable. Continue reading “Things to Bring on a Rail Vacation” »

Massachusetts- The Bay State in the Summer

The Bay State entered into the United States in 1788, but has a much longer history. Massachusetts hold a wide variety of activities to partake of during the summer months for almost every visitor’s tastes. From food to history to art and children’s enjoyment, this state is a luxurious amalgamation of culture and adventure. Continue reading “Massachusetts- The Bay State in the Summer” »

The Best Myrtle Beach Activities for Kids

Do you live in Myrtle Beach, or are you planning to visit the area? If you have kids, you’ll want to know about these fun activities: Continue reading “The Best Myrtle Beach Activities for Kids” »

How Should You Travel This Summer?

It’s June, and that means if you don’t have summer vacation plans yet, it’s time to start booking. Forget flying in a plane. Take a vacation that will really let you see and experience your surroundings. Planes are nice, if you’re trying to get somewhere fast. But whatever happened to good old fashioned road trips or train rides? What about taking the ferry or a cruise? The benefits of taking a slower mode of transportation means you’re traveling while on vacation. Cruises let you see islands and coastal areas around you. Train rides have stops along the way to see nature and explore. Road trips basically mean you get to plan wherever you stop and go. It’s all about experience, not traveling just to get nowhere fast. Continue reading “How Should You Travel This Summer?” »