Getting away to Monterey and Carmel-by-the-Sea for a weekend is a great way to spend time with the kids, all in a relaxing atmosphere.
If you’re looking to travel in this area, here are some kid-friendly suggestions while visiting The Centennial State.
If you’ve been contemplating your children’s first Disney trip, but want to make it as smooth and comfortable as possible for the whole family, check out these tips, rides, and attractions that have a little something for everyone.
You know that feeling you get when your kids insist they don’t need to use the potty at a rest stop, only to scream for it ten minutes later? Not so on the train!
Visitors can walk through the tunnels and have a nearly 360-degree view of fish swimming on the sides and overhead.
As the influence of Chinese culture is very heavy in the Bay Area, it’s no wonder this parade and celebration is the biggest outside of Asia.
Just walking around and taking in the colors and sounds, not to mention the gorgeous views of the bay, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and of course sea lions, will be more than enough to fill the day, if not the weekend!
Located in downtown San Francisco, this modern market sprawls over three city blocks, giving visitors the option of shopping outdoors under tents, or indoors in the Ferry Building Marketplace.
We were surrounded by small shops and boutiques displaying everything from jade statues, to pearl jewelry, to silk dresses, to herbal medicines.
We had family visiting us over the weekend and decided to go and see the iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Even though we have seen it before, I saw it for the first time through their eyes. The views really are stunning!
Before going to Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco, I salivated over what I might find there. If you watch The Simpsons, you’ll remember that episode when Homer daydreams about the Land of Chocolate. Something like that was dancing through my head leading up to our visit.
We took our girls to the San Francisco Zoo, excited to point out real animals to Pumpkin, animals she had only thus far seen in My Big Book of Animals. Despite some inconveniences, such as difficult parking, small and ill-placed exhibit signage and a very hectic food court, my girls had a fun time on …