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Christopher Columbus’ Tomb: Visit with Kids

Christopher Columbus’ Tomb: See it with the Kids Tombs and headstones are full of symbols and Christopher Columbus’ tomb is no exception. The larger the tomb, the more room for symbols. Taking the time...

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Texas bluebonnets – Illegal to pick?

Texas Bluebonnets – Are they illegal to pick? Texas highways are in bloom and nothing says spring to a Texan or a visitor to the Lone Star State than Texas Bluebonnets – the state...

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FIVE things to LOVE about Tulsa

Five things to love about Tulsa  Five Things to Love about Tulsa: Tulsa is Green Country. Things I’ve only seen in books grow here. Even when I have seen something in person…Tulsa produces a...

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Department Store Shopping in Madrid

Department Store Shopping in Madrid Sometimes a travel ‘problem’ can turn into a fun adventure. Even though we very carefully chose socks for the many miles we intended to walk on our adventure, our...

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Visit Vatican City with kids

Visit Vatican City with KIDS Vatican City is the smallest country in the world – just .2 square miles. It is completely surrounded by the country of Italy. Tiny Vatican City still has room...

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Visit Rome’s Colosseum with KIDS

Visit Rome’s Colosseum with KIDS The Colosseum is a building marvel and fascinating place for kids of all ages. Built with the newly invented concrete between 70 and 80 AD it is the largest...

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Visit Rome with kids

Visit Rome with KIDS Rome, the Eternal City. What a glorious destination. Some have the misguided opinion that it is not for families, not for children. They are so mistaken. We took our then...