Suite of the Week: Hilton Bentley Hotel

We love to travel and wish to share some really great places with you guys! Here is this week’s Suite of the Week:



The two-story, 3,000 square-foot penthouse suite in the Hilton Bentley Hotel is made for someone looking for a home away from home.

Following a multi-million dollar facelift, the penthouse boasts a new, modern and young look.

Where is it? It’s located at the beautiful southern tip of South Beach, where the ocean meets the bay adjacent to South Pointe Park. The location is just a short walk from being surrounded by top restaurants and famous clubs.

About Hilton Bentley Hotel: The four-diamond hotel offers superior service to all its guests. This upscale beachfront hotel includes amenities such as beach butler services and the fitness center. Or relax at Spa 101 and the sauna; take a dip in the outdoor pool and then dine at either of the two restaurants located in the hotel.

About the Penthouse: The newly renovated penthouse suite has gorgeous wrap-around views overlooking the ocean. This two-story extraordinarily refined suite is complete with two master bedrooms and three full bathrooms. Climb up the stairs and find the private rooftop infinity pool, a jacuzzi, a sprawling sun-drenched deck and two spectacular private terraces for relaxing or entertaining.

Why stay? Add your name to the Hilton Bentley celebrity guest list. Whether it’s to relax and stay in or enjoy the nightlife, the Hilton Bentley will satisfy the best of both worlds.

Don’t Lose Your PTO: Visit Myrtle Beach

According to the U.S. Travel Association, 90 percent of Americans say paid time off (PTO) helps them relax and 85 percent say it makes them happier, yet more than 40 percent did not use all their PTO in 2014. Today, in celebration of National Relaxation Day on Saturday, August 15, encourages travelers to get away and use their PTO as part of a multifaceted marketing campaign that highlights the beautiful weather and calming fall season in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The effort is meant to combat the stats revealed in the U.S. Travel Association’s “Project: Time Off” initiative, showing that while 90 percent of Americans say paid time off (PTO) helps them relax and recharge, 40 percent of Americans did not use their PTO in 2014 – leaving an average of 1.6 days on the table.

Myrtle Beach State Park Pier Sunrise

Some of the primary reasons people don’t use vacation time: budget and the idea that they can’t truly disconnect from work. To help alleviate those barriers and encourage people to take advantage of their time off, Myrtle Beach has created some incentives for those traveling to its 60 miles of coastline during the months of September and October:

Budget-friendly lodging and attraction deals, including $60 off a six-night stays at Avista Resort, $60/night weekday rates at Ocean Creek Resort, and three “Hot Jersey Nights” tickets for $60 at Palace Theatre. Full list of deals available here.

Perks for vacationers willing to (at least temporarily) disconnect, such as free dessert at Croissants Bistro & Bakery for diners who ignore their phones throughout their meal and a free glass of wine at The Cypress Room for every valeted phone.

Go-to ideas for relaxing and unwinding in the destination, whether that be engaging in a new activity, indulging in Lowcountry cuisine, enjoying live entertainment.

Yoga pose on beach_compressed

“September and October are often referred to as the ‘perfect time of year’ by locals, and it’s no surprise to us,” said Scott Schult, executive vice president of marketing for the Myrtle Beach Area CVB. “The weather is still beautiful, ocean waters are warm, crowds subside and accommodations become even more affordable. It’s like being handed 60 more days of summertime, except that it’s even more relaxing and quiet during the fall season.”

Join Me For the #QuitoCuisine Twitter Party 9/24 9:30 PM #AD

Disclosure: I am participating in a sponsored campaign hosted by Quito Tourism Board and I received compensation for this post, however all opinions expressed are my own. Quito promo collage

I’m Pretty excited to be partnered with Quito Cuisine for this twitter party on 9/24 at 9:30 PM EST.

You all know how much I love to travel and I also love to eat so Quito Cuisine has a little bit of both. Quito Cuisine explores the culinary culture in Quito and how it is expanding – combining ancient recipes and flavors with more modern ingredients and cooking techniques. When I travel I love to explore the food of where I’m at. I love trying new and different things.

People are amazed by the beauty of this ancient city;  it brings travelers from all over to experience Quito through many of their senses, especially their palate. The extraordinary taste and diversity of flavors of their pre Hispanic, colonial and republican heritage fuse beautifully with new contemporary and international techniques. This creates outstanding gastronomic pleasures, shaping Quito to be known as the  “culinary destination of the Americas” It was also declared as leading Tourist Destination in South America by the World Travel Awards in 2013 and 2014.

Some of the establishments in the city have joined current trends in global hospitality of  incorporating cooking demonstrations and preparing various Quito dishes in front of their guests and customers. Cooking classes, talks and entertaining explanations and tips are some of the elements that make this an up close and personal experience while dining in Quito.


Some of the most representative dishes of the city include:  

• Locro. This soup, which is called rucru Quichua, was common among the Incas and people who cultivated potatoes. It is not really a soup or a broth with potatoes, its consistency is more of a thick stew.Quito- Locro

• Canelazo. Two types of this drink are typical in the Andes: one mixes water, cinnamon, sugar and aguardiente, and another and naranjilla juice to the mix.canelazo - warm spiced cinnamon cocktail

• Fresh fig with cheese. This dessert is served as a specialty during Easter and as a snack throughout the year. Another variation is the white sugar powdered fig, an old recipe made by in cloistered monasteries.

Quito -figs

Quito also has a variety of international cuisine available.





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Grand Prize:  4 star hotel stay for two people, for three nights and four days.  This incredible experience includes round trip economy air from an international airport in USA. (Travel must be booked by Nov. 15, 2015. Booking is dependent on hotel availability. Meals are not included.)

*Prizing is only open to residents of USA who have reached the age of majority in their State, but anyone is invited to party along with us! Tweet: I just RSVP'd for the #QuitoCuisine Twitter party on Sept 24th at 9:30 PM EDT. Join me, great prizes!

Win a Trip To The #SuperBowl @MarriottRewards #50to50

In anticipation of one of the biggest events in the history of the NFL, Marriott International is changing the game for lucky fans with an epic season long Super Bowl 50 campaign. Courtyard, the Official Hotel of the NFL for the past four years, is adding to its tradition of unique NFL experiences by hosting the world’s first Super Bowl “Suite Stadium Contest” sleepover in Levi’s Stadium.  Marriott Rewards, the company’s award-winning loyalty program, launches its “50 to 50” campaign that includes a sweepstakes which gives members in three countries a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take a group of 50 their friends and family to attend the game and enjoy an exclusive VIP Super Bowl 50 weekend in the San Francisco Bay area.


“The NFL is the powerhouse of professional sports, and our long-standing sponsorship gives us an opportunity to tap into a passionate group of travelers, bringing the breadth and depth of our brand offerings to fans,” said Karin Timpone, Global Marketing Officer, Marriott International. “Similar to our relationships with global leaders in the music and entertainment industry, our NFL sponsorship represents the company’s ongoing effort to bring exclusive and memorable experiences for our guests and the 52 million members of our Marriott Rewards program.”

“Marriott provides unique and interactive experiences that have resonated with football fans across the country,” said Renie Anderson, senior vice president of sponsorship, NFL. “We are pleased to work with Marriott to reach our fans in authentic and innovative ways, especially leading up to Super Bowl 50.”

Marriott Rewards 50 to 50:

Marriott Rewards is making it possible for the winner to take a group of 50 friends and family to Super Bowl 50 in the San Francisco Bay area with its 50to 50 sweepstakes on Facebook (  The trip includes flights, hotel, tickets to the game and an unforgettable VIP weekend experience at the biggest game of the year. Members can enter today for a chance to win through November 30, and non-members will be able to sign up instantly for Marriott Rewards which is free to join.  Visit the Marriott Rewards Facebook page for info and follow the conversation with #50to50. The sweeps is available to residents of the United States, Canada (excluding Quebec) and the United Kingdom

As a part of Marriott International’s worldwide sponsorship with the NFL, Marriott Rewards will participate in the League’s International Series “NFL on Regent Street” Fan Fest event on October 24  in London, providing an interactive Football Challenge, surprise visits from special VIP guests and chances to enter the 50 to 50 sweepstakes .  To extend the exclusive experience, a few lucky Marriott Rewards members will also be invited to watch the Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills square off at Wembley Stadium from a private suite on October 25.

Courtyard by Marriott :

Courtyard offers Super Bowl “Suite Stadium Contest” an unforgettable overnight stay at Levi’s Stadium the night before Super Bowl 50 in a suite transformed into a Courtyard guest room. Following the slumber party of the century, the winner and three guests will continue to party as they cheer during the epic Super Bowl 50 game. The contest is now open and the winner will be determined through a series of social media challenges before closing in November. The prize also includes flights and tickets to the game. Visit or follow the conversation with #SuiteSB50Contest. 

Courtyard will also build momentum with a season-long “Journey to Super Bowl 50” road trip that travels through NFL markets across the country before reaching its big, final stop in San Francisco. Each stop brings a fun-filled fan fest complete with NFL-themed games, NFL legend appearances, samples from the brand’s Bistro and special connections to brand contests and Marriott Rewards gifts. Fans can track the journey with #CourtyardNFL or

Courtyard launches its newest NFL television campaign starring NFL anchor Rich Eisen. In the spots, the brand invites Eisen to test their latest NFL-themed hotel innovations that go to humorous, overzealous extremes to please their guests. The spots will air throughout the season and can be viewed at the Courtyard YouTube page.

Courtyard’s original comedic webisode series, “Courtyard Camera,™ features actor Ben Schwartz (“House of Lies” “Parks and Recreation”) as host, teaming up with NFL stars throughout the 2015-2016 NFL season as they surprise unsuspecting hotel guests with humorous scenarios. NFL stars DeMarco Murray and Jared Allen star in the season’s initial episodes, which can all be viewed at Courtyard’s YouTube page.

3 Easy Ways to Save For the Vacation of Your Dreams

3 Easy Ways to Save For the Vacation of Your Dreams

This is a partnered guest post.

Your family might have dreams of a fun vacation to a beach, theme park, or major city. US News reports on the top family vacations in the USA, which include amazing destinations like Honolulu, Yellowstone, and Washington D.C. If your family is on a tight budget, there are ways you can free up some money for a special trip. Saving money for a vacation is easy if you find simple ways to cut costs in your daily expenses. This post will outline three painless ways to save up money for your next vacation.

#1: Stop Eating Out

Eating out is an easy way to spend hundreds of dollars extra a month on food. You might not feel like you are spending a lot for a lunch here or a dinner there, but the costs will quickly add up. The Boston Globe recently reported how eating out costs you much more than eating the same types of meals at home. If you and your family cannot live without going out a few times a month, consider simply reducing the number of times that you eat out. Not only will you save money, you can also plan to eat healthier foods.

#2: Get a New Quote on Your Insurance Plan

Many people do not change, compare, or update their auto, home, or rental insurance for many years. This can result in a plan that may not suit your needs and may not be a good price. Speak to an insurance agent near you to compare other insurance coverage options to see if you can save money. There are also online resources that will search for competitive prices from multiple different insurance companies. Make sure that you research carefully the company you want to go with to make sure that it provides good coverage and excellent customer service.

If you are highly committed to your current insurance company, simply call your insurance company customer service line and talk with an agent about options to lower the price of your insurance. In many cases, there are simple things like increasing your deductible or changing plan options that can significantly lower your insurance bill. It is also a great idea to ask the agent about discounts available to customers. If you have a good safety record, a military background, or you work for a government organization, you might have access to great discounts.

#3: Get Rid of Your Cable and Expensive Phone Plans

If you subscribe to cable and have a cell phone plan, take time to add up the total costs of these services a month. Your jaw will likely drop! Instead of cable, think about subscribing to an online video subscription service, which could save you at least $40-50 dollars a month. Consider changing your cell phone plan to a cheaper alternative plan. Wifi hybrid calling companies are beginning to offer unlimited plans for half the price of major cell phone companies.

You Can Save Money and Not Miss Out on Anything

When you budget and save money in one aspect of your life, your newly freed up resources can be spent on other things, like a wonderful vacation!

Exploring Southern California in The Volvo XC90

Exploring Southern California in The Volvo XC90

Travel consideration provided.

Although there are many features that are important in a car, the top priority for me in any vehicle is safety. So when I received an invitation to visit Santa Monica for a test drive of the Volvo XC90, the first thing Jai said was: “That’s great, Volvo make very safe cars!” I’d heard a lot about Volvo’s reputation for safety but had never driven one personally, so I was excited to see what they were like.

Beeb With The XC90 T8

I arrived at LAX and made my way to the Shore Hotel across from the Santa Monica Pier. I dropped my bags, had a bite to eat and headed to our first briefing and test drive. We were paired off into teams for the drive, and my first driving partner was Dave from Everyman Driver. We got behind the wheel of the XC90 T8, which is the hybrid edition of this vehicle.

XC90 T8

The T8 is a beautiful vehicle, complete with a unique hand-crafted crystal gear shift knob. You can switch between the electric motor and gas engine using five different drive modes, including the custom “Individual” mode. It was a smooth, lovely drive around Santa Monica – click here to watch Dave’s video of our first drive to see the vehicle in action and my initial impressions.


Clam bake

After our first quick drive, we headed down to the beach for a clam bake. My dining companions included members of the Volvo engineering and safety team who had flown in from Sweden to talk about the development of the XC90 and answer our questions. It was a unique opportunity for me to learn about the research that goes into creating new safety features and how Volvo tries to anticipate and address some of the most common road dangers. Hearing firsthand the attention to detail that goes into making these cars, it doesn’t surprise me at all that Volvo is such a leader in vehicle safety, boasting 16 world firsts in car safety including the first child safety booster cushion.

Starting our road trip in the XC90 T6

The next day, we headed off for a longer road trip in the XC90 T6, the standard edition of this model. This time, my driving partners were Tabatha from The Motor Mistress and Kaitlin from Surf and Sunshine. We set off down the road and enjoyed the stunning scenery on our way to Ojai for a lunch at Twin Peaks Ranch.

XC90 T6 rear view

Stunning view

XC90 T6

XC90 T6 front view

Twin Peaks Ranch

The road trip was a blast – the car was so comfortable to drive. I liked the size of the vehicle; although it’s an SUV, it was easy to handle with good visibility, so I didn’t get that feeling of it being too huge as I do in some SUVs. The XC90’s impressive list of safety features were a huge help during the drive. The XC90 starts out with a steel body and optimized seats and safety belts, and then adds a number of safety assists inside the vehicle such as:

  • Pilot assist that adjusts the steering if you start to veer out of your lane
  • Alerts to warn you about getting too close to other vehicles, cyclists, pedestrians or crossing a lane marking
  • Blind spot information
  • 360 degree camera to help with backing up and parking

Los Angeles is a notoriously challenging place to drive, and being in the XC90 gave me a lot more peace of mind than I would usually have. From cruising by the Santa Monica Pier and heading down the Pacific Coast Highway to getting stuck behind construction and crossing multiple lanes on the freeway, having all of the safety options made it that much easier to navigate the roads and enjoy my trip. There were also a lot of fun features in the XC90, with a Bowers & Wilkins sound system that had an amazing amount of controls to create a concert-style surround sound experience. We turned on the Sirius Satellite Radio and enjoyed the tunes as we cruised along the beautiful California coastline!

After we returned from our jaunt, we headed to Austere in downtown LA for a rooftop dinner, where they also gave a live demonstration of the XC90’s Park Assist Pilot and other features:

Now that I have driven the XC90, it’s made me a big Volvo fan!

Exploring The Oregon Coast #SubaruLegacy

Sunny day on the Oregon coast

I am a voluntary participant in the Subaru of America Legacy Blogger program. I have been asked by Subaru of America to review their products in exchange for the use of a short-term vehicle loan. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.

One of my favorite parts of living on the Oregon coast is having so much beauty right in my own backyard. Sometimes, Jai and I will just get in the car and drive down the coastline with no particular destination in mind. This is exactly what happened last weekend, when I was test driving the 2015 Subaru Legacy: We hopped in the car on a sunny, hot Saturday and just started driving, wondering where the day would take us!

Exploring the Oregon Coast in the 2015 Subaru Legacy

We leisurely began our drive, stopping at a few viewpoints to snap some photos. No matter how many times I take in this scenery, I’ll never be tired of it!

Oregon coast panorama

Oregon coast panorama – click to view larger

I stopped in Nehalem so we could pop into a little discount store and pick up some ice cream cones. There’s nothing like a cool ice cream cone on a hot summer day! Our next stop was Tillamook, where we paid a visit to the Blue Heron French Cheese Company.

Parked at the Blue Heron French Cheese Company

We discovered this place a few years ago and we love it – they have great food and a wonderful petting zoo full of friendly goats, alpaca and birds.

Goat says "Hi"!

After we refueled with a few grilled cheese sandwiches, we bought a bag of animal food to share with the petting zoo residents.

Feeding a Guinea Fowl

These guys are sneaky…they will try to distract you and grab the whole bag of food out of your hand!

Tillamook Cheese Factory

We also stopped by the famous Tillamook Cheese Factory. I hadn’t been there since 1997 and as I learned, Jai had never gone inside before – see, now matter how long you live somewhere, there’s always more to discover!

2015 Subaru Legacy at sunset

After sampling cheese and taking the factory tour, we began the drive home. But that wasn’t the end of our weekend adventures: We also brought the family along and drove the car to Astoria (AKA home of the Goonies) for “Meat Bingo” on Sunday, which is exactly what it sounds like: A game of bingo where you can win meat as prizes! My cousin won a package of bacon, so I’d say it was a highly successful outing!

The new Subaru Legacy was very enjoyable to drive all around the coast. Its smooth handling made it easy to navigate in comfort wherever we went. I also enjoyed having Sirius XM in the car for the road trip, since it has a lot of channels and got better reception in some of these rural areas than regular FM radio; I put it on the Pop2K channel and enjoyed some 2000s jams while I drove!

Have you ever visited the Oregon coast?

New Addition to Universal Orlando Resort: Loews Sapphire Falls


Be one of the first to book reservations for the newest on-site hotel at Universal Orlando Resort – Loews Sapphire Falls Resort. Guests can now book reservations at Loews Sapphire Falls Resort for stays beginning July 14, 2016. Built around a lush, tropical lagoon and towering waterfall, the new, 1,000-room Caribbean-themed hideaway is the fifth hotel at Universal Orlando and will bring the number of on-site hotel rooms to 5,200. Images shown are conceptual representations, details are subject to change.  
© Universal Orlando Resort, 2015.

Built around a lush, tropical lagoon and towering waterfall, the new, 1,000-room Caribbean-themed hideaway is the fifth hotel at Universal Orlando and will bring the number of on-site hotel rooms to 5,200.

Guests will be captivated by a vivid retreat that evokes a free-spirited, Caribbean sense of ease with a modern yet timeless feel. The unforgettable island escape will feature Universal Orlando’s largest on-site, zero-entry pool at 16,000 square-feet, with a white sand beach, a water slide, cabanas and a fire pit.

Dining options will include Amatista Cookhouse, a Caribbean-inspired restaurant with open exhibition kitchen and outdoor dining; Strong Water Tavern, a destination lobby lounge overlooking the hotel’s towering waterfalls and offering a tapas-style menu; Drhum Club Kantine, a poolside bar and grill serving freshly-grilled fare and specialty cocktails; New Dutch Trading Co., a quick-service marketplace; and 24-hour room service.

With value season rates starting at $119 per night for a seven-night stay or $143 per night for a four-night stay and summer season rates from $176 per night for a seven-night stay or $206 per night for a four-night stay, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort will offer incredible guest benefits, including:

· Early theme park admission

· Complimentary water taxi service and shuttle bus transportation to the theme parks and Universal CityWalk

· Complimentary delivery of merchandise purchased throughout the resort to their hotel

· Resort-wide charging privileges with their room key

· And more!

Loews Sapphire Falls Resort will be a preferred on-site hotel. More information about the various levels of on-site hotel experiences is available here.

To book a hotel stay and explore ticket options for Universal Orlando’s two incredible theme parks, visit or call 800.BE.A.STAR (232-7827).

Summer Adventures in Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

Travel consideration provided by Kia.

I recently paid a visit to Lake Tahoe, and I can’t think of a more ideal place to kick off summer. It was my first time in the area, and I had a fantastic time – it’s a stunning part of the country.

Room at the Ritz-Carlton

I flew into the Reno, Nevda and then drove across to Truckee, California, where I checked into the Ritz-Carlton, a beautiful spot surrounded by a gorgeous view of the forest and hills.

Beautiful views


Every night, the Ritz-Carlton features “Marshmology” around a campfire in the courtyard. A different selection of handcrafted artisanal marshmallows are served each day – during my stay, it was caramel, passionfruit and tarragon. I can’t think of a better way to kick off a summer trip than with S’mores!


After dinner at Trokay and a good night’s sleep, I got ready for a day of fun activities. I was in town to test drive the 2016 Kia Sorento, which I was introduced to over breakfast during a press conference inside the Ritz. Once our briefing was over, my friend Kristen and I headed to the lobby to hop in the Sorento.

About to Drive The 2016 Kia Sorento

We began a beautiful drive around Lake Tahoe, admiring its breathtaking views. It was the perfect weather!

Exploring Lake Tahoe

Beautiful Lake Tahoe

Beeb on the rocks

Sunlight through the trees

Kristen and I stopped at a few viewing points, grabbed a coffee, then headed back to the Ritz for lunch. After we fueled up, it was time to get up close and personal with Lake Tahoe by embarking on a big adventure: Kayaking!

I’d never been kayaking before, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. Our group piled into the Sorento with sunscreen and swimsuits and headed down to the lake, where two friendly kayaking guides gave us the low-down on how to paddle, steer, and enter a kayak. We were paired up into teams of two, got into our kayaks and headed out on the lake.

Photo Credit: 2015. Jay McNally/Mcnally Multi Media

Photo Credit: 2015. Jay McNally/Mcnally Multi Media

Photo Credit: 2015. Jay McNally/Mcnally Multi Media

Photo Credit: 2015. Jay McNally/Mcnally Multi Media

It was nerve-wracking at first, because I felt so unstable in a little kayak bouncing on the water. I was afraid I might topple in the water, which also happens to be the second deepest lake in America, and I felt a little intimidated. 😉 But as we got into a rythm, I got used to it and was able to fully enjoy the amazing scenery. I ever brought my waterproof Garmin VIRB with me to capture some video – unfortunately, I realized later that it was on time-lapse mode by by mistake so I didn’t get any useable video, but I did get a few cool still from the lake!

Scenes from kayaking on Lake Tahoe

After we finished kayaking, we had a chance to dry off, snag a few S’mores at Marshmology, and then headed to the Manzanita, Ritz-Carlton’s signature restaurant, for a dinner. Executive Chef Stanley Miller surprised us all by announcing that we would have an “Iron Chef” challenge, where all the writers were divided into teams and lead into the Ritz-Carlton’s kitchen, where we were assigned our own Chef mentor to oversee the concept and creation of a delicious dish. It was so much fun to cook in a true chef’s kitchen! Even under such a chaotic circumstance, I felt like I learned from being able to watch the pros in action!

Photo Credit: 2015. Jay McNally/Mcnally Multi Media

Photo Credit: 2015. Jay McNally/Mcnally Multi Media

Our team made a bison ribeye steak in a wine reduction sauce served with potatoes, Brussels sprouts with bacon & mushrooms. Although we didn’t win this time, we were happy with our dish! After the contest, we were treated to an amazing meal from Chef Stanley. It was the perfect end to a fun and exciting trip!

Have you ever visited Lake Tahoe?

A Quick Guide To Family Friendly Resorts for 2015

Summer 2015 is here and families are traveling near and far for their annual family vacations. Traveling with one or more kids can be challenging and expensive if you don’t plan ahead, research different options or jump on the latest craze of crowdfunding your entire trip. Some destinations are more family-friendly than others or offer perks like free dining for children. For savings deals and the best experience, look for off-the-beat-and-path destinations beyond the typical Disney World stop.

To give you a head start, here’s a list of family-family resorts in the U.S.:

1. Princess Royale. Known as one of the best hotel destinations in Ocean City, MD, Princess Royale’s accommodations are created for family-style vacations with two-room suites and fully-equipped kitchenettes in most rooms. In addition to the property’s amenities including beach access, a sprawling pool and pizza bar, endless activities for kids are located in close proximity.



2. The Breakers. Perched on 140 acres of pristine waterfront, The Breakers is a luxury destination fit for the entire family. The property features a year-round kids’ camp, private babysitting, playgrounds and more.



3. Kingsmill Resort & Spa. Situated nearby Colonial Williamsburg, attraction options are plenty for this resort. Made up of three-floor condos in villa-like clusters, daytime activities include soccer, fishing, swimming, craft-making and more.

4. The Tyler Place Family Resort. A rustic style summer camp resort with something for every age group, The Tyler Place Family Resort is perfect if you are looking for organized activities for both parents and children. For example, parents can enroll in archery classes, practice yoga, and take painting classes and more.



So pack yourself a meal replacement shake that’ll energize you for a few hours because a visit to any of these resorts will have your kids running around in hyper drive!