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Although you can just as easily visit both Times Square and Broadway during the day, you won’t experience the magic of those world famous neon signs until darkness falls and they light up the night sky.
Times Square has been upgraded in recent years. The seedy reputation it had in the 1990s has gone, and new legislation has meant the adult industry has had to make way for more family familiar franchises. That doesn’t mean the adult industry has gone altogether, but it isn’t as prominent as it once was in this area. Today big name stores and restaurants vie for space beneath the giant billboards and tourists flock here to stand in the famous square and have their photos taken to show everyone back home that they’ve been to New York!
Broadway isn’t a place where you can take a photo of and have people instantly recognize where you are, but it’s an experience not to be missed nevertheless. Whether you’re a regular theater goer back home, or someone who’s never seen a live show, catching a show on Broadway is part of the New York experience. One of the main problems is getting tickets for the theaters. Tickets are often in short supply for popular shows, and none of the shows are cheap. However, if you aren’t too fussy about what you want to see, there are discount ticket booths in Time Square (your hotel should be able to help you locate one) where unsold tickets for that days’ performances are sold at discount prices. If you want to see a live taping of a television show, the best place to try and get tickets is usually through the show’s official website.
If this is your first visit to the “Big Apple”, Times Square and nearby Broadway are two parts of New York’s past and present that are definite “Must Sees” on your New York itinerary.
Jet Lag leaves adults tired, cranky and many times, physically ill. For children the adjustment from one time zone to another is even more difficult. Young children, especially, are very sensitive to any changes in their schedules and react poorly to sudden time differences.
Avoiding jet lag for your children makes good sense for everyone.
If traveling by air, try to travel during your child’s normal sleep time in the new time zone. It is likely they will nap during part of the trip.
Push fluids. Keeping well hydrated will go a long way toward alleviating symptoms of jet lag. Water is best, sports drinks are good, but avoid carbonated sodas.
Avoid junk foods. Sugar and high fat carbs like cookies and chips will make blood sugar unstable and make your child more fussy. At the same time, try to keep the child’s diet as close to normal as possible.
Try to get your child prepared for the new time zone by adjusting their schedule gradually over a week or two before the trip. If this is not practical, have your child go to bed in line with the new time zone the day before the trip. When you arrive at your destination, let them nap, but keep them on the new time.
Physical activity will help your child’s body deal with the jet lag. Take them for a walk around the new city, a swim in your hotel pool or let them run through a park when you get to your destination. It will also help to let your child walk around on the plane often.
Parents should remember jet lag effects adults and children equally and that children are not as psychologically able to push past the physical effects. Children may need extra nap time for a few days upon arrival at the new destination.
Nestled, on the eastern edge of South Carolina, lie the beautiful sand of Myrtle Beach. Here you’ll be sure to have a vacation that will suit the entire family. Whether you prefer to camp or stay in a resort type hotel, there’s accommodation to suit everyone and activities that will ensure that everyone has something to do that they love.
For the kids, the beach is the place to be. Here they’ll enjoy clean beaches that reach down into the Atlantic Ocean, some of the beaches have entertainment so it’s just a matter of finding the one that fits your kids the best, then you can settle down to relax whilst they play. Once they’ve had enough sand and sea for the day, you can take them into the shopping areas. Myrtle Beach is home to a number of retail outlet malls offering bargains to take home as your vacation souvenirs.
Apart from the sand, Myrtle Beach has something else in abundance – golf courses! It’s difficult to go anywhere in the Myrtle Beach area without driving past a golfing green. There are golf courses to suit every kind of player from beginner to tournament standard, so whatever your handicap, you’re sure to find a game somewhere.
Once the sun goes down, tourists in Myrtle Beach can turn their attention to the nightlife of the area. As with many tourist dominated locations, there are a number of dinner shows that are sure to leave a lasting memory with the whole family – whether it’s a musical extravaganze at the Carolina Opry, or the Alabama Theatre, or a four course feast and floor show at the Dixie Stampede, you’re bound to return to your accommodation with some familiar tunes in your head.
Myrtle Beach is a great old fashioned holiday for the entire family, so if you haven’t decided where to go on your next family vacation, this could be the perfect choice.
Disneyland is a very popular destination for families, and there are an incredible number of things to see and do at the park.
For many young children, the highlight of the trip is the chance to shake hands and pose for pictures with a favorite character, like Mickey Mouse.
Some of the first things that come to mind in Disneyland are the rides. Disney rides range from extremely tame, like the Bug’s Life play area in California Adventures, to the unusual, like “Honey I Shrunk the Audience,” to the really fast, like the Matterhorn Bobsled and Space Mountain.
Many of the rides have height limitations, which means one adult may be left at the end of the line with the smallest child while the other adult takes the older children onto the ride. Fortunately, the park has a policy that keeps it fair: when one adult is forced to wait for the other, the ride staff will give them a free pass that allows the second parent to go to the front of the line.
Start the day by arriving as soon as the park opens. Then, before the crowds arrive, hit the most popular rides, like the Indiana Jones Adventure and Star Tours. In the afternoon, when the lines get long, abandon the rides for a little while, and hit the stage and theater shows, like Honey I Shrunk the Kids, the Enchanted Tiki Room, and the Country Bear Jamboree. When evening arrives, be sure to catch Fantasmic, a spectacular show that takes place on the lagoon.
After Fantasmic, and the evening fireworks, the crowds will start to thin. If the youngsters are up to it, this is the perfect time to go hit the rest of the popular rides, like Pirates of the Caribbean and the Haunted Mansion. In fact, after midnight, it’s often possible to dash from ride to ride to ride with no lines at all, before the staff begins shutting everything down at one AM.
The Grand Canyon National Park was one of America’s first National Parks, and it’s one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations with visitors from across the world being inspired by its breathtaking beauty every day. The Canyon, which the Colorado River has cut through the gorge, is approximately 275 miles long and between a quarter of a mile to 15 miles wide (average is approximately 10 miles), depending on where you are standing. It’s also about a mile deep which means that it’s a challenge that many people enjoy to hike (or ride) down into the gorge.
There are two different sides of the Grand Canyon, the more tourist orientated South Rim which is open year around, and the more secluded North Rim which is closed during the winter season. On the South Rim, there are many opportunities for learning about the Canyon, and ways of experiencing it first hand – whether a bus tour around the rim stopping at observation points to for photo opportunities, hiking down the trails, rafting along the river, or even taking a flight through the gorge. On the North Rim however, you will find the Grand Canyon more fiercely guarded against the trapping of commercialism, with most of the thrills coming from the light patterns on the Canyon walls as day turns into night.
The South Rim has wheelchairs available for visitors, and many of the areas/facilities – although not the shuttle buses (anyone requiring a shuttle bus with wheelchair access should call the day before they visit the Grand Canyon to ensure one will be running the next day as these are operated on an “on demand” basis) – are wheelchair/mobility impaired accessible although assistance may be required.
Accommodation is limited in the Grand Canyon, especially on the North Rim so if you intend to stay overnight in the park to experience both a sunset and a sunrise be sure to make a reservation far in advance of your vacation period.
Whether you prefer the South Rim with its array of opportunities and challenges for experiencing the Canyon, or the more solitary and intimate “back to nature” atmosphere of the North Rim, the magnitude of the Grand Canyon is an forgettable experience.
Hotel cribs can be a real time and space saver. With limited room in the vehicle and long hours driving, it’s always nice to arrive at your hotel and find baby’s crib set up and waiting. But, to ensure baby’s safety through the night, take a few minutes to make sure the crib meets safety standards before bedding your little one down for the night.
The crib should be assembled and set up correctly. The hotel crib should be sturdy and not sway or rock when you shake it. If the crib has wheels, make sure they are locked. Crib mattress should be well supported and fit in the crib snugly. There should be no space between the mattress and the crib walls.
The mattress should be firm. If possible, check the date of manufacture. Very old cribs do not meet today’s safety standards. Older cribs are less stable, as well. Make sure baby can not get her head caught in the slats and that the sides of the crib operate correctly.
Check weight limitations. Be sure your child is not too large for the crib provided. If the child is too heavy, it could cause the crib to collapse. Do not put soft or fluffy items in the crib with your child. This includes crib bumpers. Place the crib away from windows, where your child can not reach window blinds, cords, lamp or lamp cords, or any wall plugs.
For mesh or travel cribs, double check that the sides are in the correct position and locked. Your baby could get tangled in the mesh and suffocate. Consider bringing your own sheets for a hotel crib. Your child will feel more secure with familiar sheets, and you will know they are clean. Take the extra time to double check safety and you and your child will sleep better.
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