Top Disneyland Indoor Rides and Attractions for Autism

  Albert Hammond may make beautiful music, but he was a little off with “It never rains in Southern California.”  The truth is, it does rain, most often during the winter months. Then, of course, there’s the Southern California summer when average temperatures can easily surpass 100 degrees fahrenheit. So, whether you are visiting the… Read More

Top Eight Reasons to Avoid Flying Through LAX

    Over the years Los Angeles International airport has been described by visitors in many ways none too flattering.As a travel blogger I pass through the airport at least once a month since it is my hometown airport but in all honesty, I cringe every time.There are so many things that are wrong with… Read More

Visiting Hollywood’s iconic El Capitan Theatre with Kids

  Opened back in the 1920’s the El Capitan Theatre is commonly known as “Hollywood’s first home of spoken drama.” Last month my family was treated to an early screening of Disney Pixar’s Coco here, and from the moment I walked up, I felt as if I was stepping back in time. Located at 6838… Read More

10 Spots to Explore in Palm Springs with Autism

  Palm Springs, California is widely known as a laid-back golfing and retirement community. Therefore, it is not typically marketed towards families. However, there are some great places in Palm Springs to explore, particularly for travelers who have never been to the area. Moreover, the city has many dining and lodging options to fit all… Read More

10 Favorite Literary Destinations for Kids with Autism

    Did you know that you can easily introduce your kids to different cultures from all over the world? You can do this by reading books and watching movies. But what will make the story truly memorable is visiting the locations where the books take place. Though some parents do not think about literary destinations… Read More

Eight Halloween Theme Park Celebrations for Families with Autism

  Every year most  US kids are ecstatic to know Halloween is coming. Why is this? Well, it is the first of the major holidays leading up to Christmas. But for kids and parents with autism Halloween can be scary. Starting with the fact, the celebrations happen mostly in the dark can in itself be… Read More

Visiting the Nixon Presidential Library with Kids

  Often when people think of the 37th President of the United States of America, they think of the way his second presidency ended. For those who don’t recall it started with a simple burglary attempt in a Washington D.C.  building complex called Watergate. What ensued was a  growing scandal that eventually led to the president’s… Read More

16 Best Tips for Visiting Universal’s Volcano Bay with Autism

Opened this past May, Universal Studio’s Volcano Bay™ is  Orlando Florida’s newest water park. We recently visited in Florida’s Volcano Bay and were pleasantly surprised with how much fun our son with autism had. If fun in the Florida sun is in your vacation plans, heading over to Volcano Bay,  should be on the top of… Read More

All You Need to Know about Universal Studios Volcano Bay™

Open since May of 2017; Volcano Bay is Universal Studio’s newest theme park.Volcano Bay™ is a  water park, perfect for thrill loving families seeking to escape the Florida heat.We got the chance to visit the water park. .last month during our weeklong trip to Orlando and were NOT disappointed. My husband and son with autism… Read More

10 US Spots to Watch 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

  For the first time since 1918, the United States will experience a Total Solar Eclipse. The coast to coast event will occur on August 21, 2017. Since this is one of those once in lifetime events, we have compiled a list of our ten favorite US spots to visit and watch the Solar Eclipse…. Read More

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