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August 2013

Child Proof For A Great Weekend

 Starting with Friday evening, how about making smores or Rice Crispy treats, telling tag team bed time stories. Set up a tent in the living room with sheets, over two chairs [back to back] and pull out the sleeping bags.

 Day 2. Sat. morning ask kids to help with breakfast outside in an electric skillet; make sure kids place bacon or sausage in a cold skillet before turning on. After breakfast, do tie dye shirts, or paint a picture together and have kids sign, date & frame. Put in room where it will be seen by all. After, take a ride on the rapid transit or train into town or go to the end of the line; grab an ice cream cone. Once you've arrived back home; hot dogs & chips with a cold glass of lemonade goes good with a tired mom and dad; as they rest for the night.

 Day 3 Sunday. Trip to History Museum, take some P & J sandwiches for snack with grapes; kids love grapes; or how about an afternoon at the batting cages or putt / putt golf. Your children will thank you with hugs & kisses. The whole weekend should not cost over $100. Enjoy!!!

Cruises vs All-Inclusive

Cruises vs All-Inclusive resorts
Cruises vs All-Inclusive resorts
a cruise is cheaper than an All-Inclusive Resort (upfront base price) but the difference with cruises is that they have hidden fees...

 I love to go on vacation and there's all different kinds to choose from.

 Today, I'd like to share my comparison of a cruise to an All-Inclusive resort. They're different in many ways.

 For example a cruise is cheaper than an All-Inclusive resort (upfront base price) but the difference with cruises is that they have hidden fees that cost a lot of money at the end.

 Such extra fees include: alcohol charges, soda (popcard), port charges, airport transfers to pier, housekeeping, gratuities and off-shore excursions.

 Compared to an All-Inclusive resort; all meals and drinks, on resort excursions, housekeeping, transfers and gratuities are all paid for upfront. Also rooms are bigger at a resort compared to a cruise cabin.

 You'll also have a short time on each island with a cruise; long lines & lots of people on a boat compared to a resort. Some people have sea sickness on boats & resorts have all-adult hotels which cruises do not.

Cruises vs All-Inclusive Resorts
Cruises vs All-Inclusive Resorts
all meals & drinks, on resort excursions, housekeeping, transfers & gratuities are all paid upfront.

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