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    Which Smithsonian Museum will you visit ?

    No city in the United States features as many top-tier museums as Washington D.C. Among the many choices make sure to check out these top three. They are all part of the Smithsonian Museum collection and a very good choice when visiting with children. National Museum of American History – a Smithsonian Museum What makes the Smithsonian National Museum of American History

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    Disney Cruise Dining

    Disney Cruise Dining: You’ll never get hungry! The variety of Disney Cruise dining options is staggering, including everything from coffee shops and pizza stands to Vegas-size buffets to ritzy French and Italian restaurants. Each ship has at least one large buffet, usually open for breakfast and lunch. Buffets tend to serve a bit of everything at each meal and are

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    Disney Springs with Kids

    The new Disney Springs shopping, dining, and entertainment complex may not strike you as a kid-friendly destination, but it sure has lots to offer the little tykes. Many of the attractions of what was formerly known as Downtown Disney are still there, including the old-fashioned Marketplace Train Express and Carousel. Small children will love riding one of the 16 handcrafted

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    Dig This Heavy Equipment Playground

    Dig This a playground for grownups: If you ever dreamed on operating a bulldozer or an excavator search no longer! A giant sandbox is available for you at Dig This Heavy Equipment Playground in Las Vegas, and it comes fully equipped with the huge equipment you see on construction sites.

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    Living with the Land

    Living with the Land — a ride for the entire family Located in the Land Pavilion at Epcot, Living with the Land is a slow-moving boat tour ride chronicling the past, present, and future of farming and agriculture in the United States. The first part of the ride illustrates how the forces of nature that appear destructive to us form and shape