Family-Friendly Orlando Getaway: Where To Stay

We enjoy traveling to Orlando often, since it’s only a few hours away Orlando getaways are pretty normal around here; not that it makes them any less special.

I’ve called Orlando home in my late teens, so it holds a special place in my heart . I would so live there again!! Such a fun city.

This time around I went with my mother-in-law, 2 year old son and 4 year old niece. We luckily got a great family-friendly hotel inside the Disney Springs Resort Area. Continue reading “Family-Friendly Orlando Getaway: Where To Stay”

City Guide: Historic Savannah with the Family

First of all, I’m obsessed with old cities. It’s been a few weeks (months?) since we’ve been back from Historic Savannah but It took me awhile to get these photos out of my phone.

I’ve always wanted to visit Historic Savannah but never got around to it. Savannah is Georgia’s oldest city, surrounded by historic homes and beautiful town squares. The architecture and the feel of Savannah is breathtaking for an architectural fan like I am.

My parents live just a couple of hours away from Savannah. We woke up that day and decided Hey, LET’S GO VISIT SAVANNAH, consequently these are my favorite types of trips.

If like myself, you are a fan of old buildings and history, Historic Savannah is definitely your place. Combine that with all the delicious restaurants they have and I could easily live there all of my life 🙂

savannah-historic-riverfrontWe arrived at about lunchtime, so obviously we were searching around for a restaurant to stuff our faces, not going to lie. There are lots of restaurants to choose from in Savannah.

A good idea would be to have a restaurant in mind before going (this was a spur of the moment decision)

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We walked a couple of blocks down the River, saw some really interesting shops & buildings. Continue reading “City Guide: Historic Savannah with the Family”