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Family Vacation Planning Tips

The funny thing is when you, as a travel agency, like My Vacation Lady, plan lots and lots of honeymoons---- those clients come back a few years later and want to go away as a family. Family vacations are ones that will create memories to last lifetimes.  They are fun and educational all in one. [...]

Fun family friendly activities in Cancun and the Riviera Maya

My Vacation Lady sends a lot of families  to Cancun and the Riviera Maya every year.  So for those travelers who want a bit more than just laying on the beach, Cancun and the Riviera Maya offer some fun excursions and activities to entice you to leave the beach-- even for just a few hours. [...]

Family vacation memories

My Vacation Lady gets a few of these types of calls a year---we're celebrating our 40th, 45th, 50th wedding anniversary and want to take the entire family on a vacation.  OR, grandma is turning 70 and they want to celebrate by taking the entire family on a vacation that they will all remember, instead of [...]

Family vacations- survival hacks

Years ago when the My Vacation Lady kids were young, we drove down to Florida from New Jersey.  Yes, that was the first and last LONG driving vacation that we took but at that point, I wasn't in the travel business, money was tight and we were booking very last minute for a Christmas week [...]

Family Friendly Sightseeing for Free in the North East

My Vacation Lady helps our clients plan family vacations to destinations near and far.  Some may be to international destinations or cruises while others may be to the theme parks in Orlando.  Family vacations are a special time and we tried taking our kids on family vacations every summer even when we didn't have a [...]

How to travel like a kid- with your kids

Do you remember vacations when you were a kid?  I do--- mostly driving in the back seat of the car to hotels in the Catskill mountains.  Those hotels were like what an all inclusive family friendly resort is to my families traveling today-- but we didn't need passports and never left the state of New [...]

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