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5 Great Dad-Daughter Trips
NEW DAY/NEW WEEK!!
Had a great day yesterday celebrating Father's Day with the family. We certainly lucked out with the weather.
Brunch was fantastic!!! I'll be telling you all about Chat Noir this coming Foodie Friday.
In honor of Father's Day yesterday, let's take a look at Five Great Vacation ideas for Fathers and Daughters...
1. Beach Lovers
If your dad is a beach lover, a trip to the Caribbean is ideal for some great R&R. Of course, if you are both on the active side, sunning and swimming is perfectly matched with snorkeling, fishing and diving!
2. The Great Outdoors
There are so many ways to enjoy nature together. A trip to one of the National Parks provides a plethora of outdoor experiences including hiking, great scenery and wildlife sightings.
For more adventure, try camping, which can provide quiet evenings for cooking and bonding together over a campfire.
3. Young at Heart
Who says you have to be a kid to enjoy a theme park vacation. Disney and Universal can be even more fun as an adult with Dad, reminiscing about when you were Daddy's little girl.
Try visiting Disney World in the Fall during the Food & Wine Festival in Epcot, where you and Dad can eat and drink your way throughout the various country pavilions or hit the Speedway in Tomorrowland in the Magic Kingdom!
4. Wine Lovers
If you and your dad are wine aficionados, Napa Valley or even the North Fork of Long Island are the perfect destination for non-stop wine tasting.
5. Small Town Getaway
Sometimes the best vacations are the relaxing kind to a small town with all the comforts of home. A bed and breakfast or family-run inn can be the perfect setting for a cozy vacay.
One of my favorite getaway destinations, several hours from New York is Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Home to a number of quaint little towns including Lititz, PA, which is filled with down-home comfort food and away from the hustle bustle of the big city.
Today, the kids start their last week of the 2015-16 school year. Two half days today and tomorrow and than only 2 hours on Wednesday for the final day of the term. Wow - this year went by super fast!!
I know they are super psyched. I'm even more excited that I do not have to make and pack lunches this week!
Have some more interesting information to share with you tomorrow about Croatia for Travelin' Tuesday.
See ya back here!
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