The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, known locally as the MFA, houses an incredible 450,000 works of art from Gauguin to Monet to Rembrandt, and even a few pieces from Van Gogh. In this three story building you find the Arts of Europe, Arts of the Americas, sculptures, furniture, vases, contemporary pieces, plus a bookstore, and a...
Walt Disney World, Happiest Place on Earth, Mickey Mouse, Hollywood Studios, Donald Duck, Chewbaca, Cinderella's Castle, Tiana, Princess and the Frog, Halloween
I did not grow up on Disney. In fact, I’d never even been to a single Disneyland until I was 26 years old! In the past few years all that has changed. We’ve visited every single Disney Park across the globe! We’ve also visited Aulani, traveled through the Mediterranean on the Disney Magic Cruiseliner, stayed at 14 different Disney...
Delicate Arch, touring Arches National Park, Arches National Park, Utah, Delicate Arch, Diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane, Traveling with Kids, Family Travel,
On day two of our family trip to Arches National Park with kids, we hiked one of the best hikes in Arches National Park: The complete 4 mile roundtrip trek to Delicate Arch! We didn't intend to do this from the get go, but nightly thunderstorms contributed to flash flooding throughout Arches, and as a consequence many areas of...
Na'vi River Journey, Pandora, Animal Kingdom, World of Avatar, Boat Ride, Na'vi, diapersonaplane, Diapers on a plane, fastpass+, creating family memories, family travel, traveling with kids
We were fortunate enough to snag a FastPass+ for one of the two new rides in Pandora - Land of Avatar at Disney World’s Animal Kingdom. Nav'i River Journey is a family boat ride that goes through the underground Na’vi passages and highlights a world rarely seen by outsiders. It’s a great ride for the whole family and an...
Frankenstein's Castle, Salem, Massachusetts, Witch Village, Haunted House, Diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane, creating family memories, traveling with kids, family travel
Please, explain to me how Frankenstein’s Castle is voted Salem’s Best Haunted House? What exactly were the criteria for elements of judging? Are there no other Haunted Houses within driving distance to choose from? Was judging completed by kindergartners? Was the judging based solely off of Frankenstein Haunted Houses? Maybe it was up against other Haunted Houses that have...
itinerary for Arches National Park, Arches National Park, Utah, Delicate Arch, Diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane, Traveling with Kids, Family Travel,
Arches National Park, located in the beautiful town of Moab, is a passageway carved through the sandstone ridges, mountains and cliffs. Witnessing the most beautiful shade of red, everywhere you turn, is hypnotizing. We've compiled a 3 day itinerary for Arches National Park that your family can enjoy without worrying about missing anything. We've taken into account tiny tired...
City Market, Best grocery store in Moab, groceries, arches national park, diapersonaplane, diapers on a plane, traveling with kids, creating family memories, family travel
Moab is home to one of the most famous National Parks in the United States: Arches National Park. This park is full of amazing hikes, stunning views, and hot hot heat! The temperature hovers above 100° in the summer, and hits 80° during the off season. The most important thing you need while visiting the park is to stay...
Salem, Massachusetts, Tales & Tombstones, Haunted Trolley Ride, creating family memories, family travel, traveling with kids,
Salem, Massachusetts didn’t prove to be quite what we expected. During our trip to Boston, we carved out a day to spend touring the most iconic Halloween destination in America. Rather than festive Halloween celebrations, however, we found little more than a torture chamber of silliness. While we infinitely enjoyed learning about the history of Salem, and touring the...
Candlepin Bowling, bowling, new england, southie bowl, diapersonaplane, diapers on a plane, creating family memories, family travel, traveling with kids,
There are plenty of things Bostonian’s do different than the rest of the world. They pronounce o as aw, and ah as aw, and ar as aw; they seem to really prefer the aw sound. When stop lights turn green, they ‘bang a left’, instead of giving the folks going straight the right of way. They call soda pop,...
As excited as we were about seeing Elsa and Anna, we couldn’t shake the feeling that something was very wrong. Standing in line was a large, single, heavy set man with thick, dark rimmed glasses, brown hair and a fishing hat that blocked most of his face. He was fidgeting and kept his phone upright at all times. He...