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    Disneyland Resort Dining

    Disneyland Resort Dining Options brought to you by Guy Selga, coauthor of The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland 2016 There are hundreds of dining choices at Disneyland Resort. Disney has made strides in the last 5 years to improve the overall quality of offerings, but there are still a lot of misses that you shouldn’t waste your money or calories on. Today we

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    Best buffets in Las Vegas

    Finding the Best Buffets in Las Vegas What used to be considered a cost-effective and valuable way to feed guests who were looking more for a meal than a dining “experience,” buffets have evolved into a way to satisfy both those who only look to food for sustenance as well as aficionados. Some might say they’re looking for quantity over quality when it comes

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    Legoland – A Kingdom of Tiny Bricks Awaits!

    Legoland a paradise for kids 2–12 years old Legoland has one entire area, Miniland, filled with intricate models, made from the little plastic blocks. Here, reportedly more than 30 million bricks have been used to create themed areas including Washington, D.C., New York City, Las Vegas, a pirate display, Florida, and an homage to the Star Wars franchise. Artisans termed master model

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    Enjoying Nature In and Around Washington, D.C.

    By Renee Sklarew Summer is an important time to get kids outside, according to Michael Oberschneider, a well-known Washington, D.C.-area psychologist specializing in studying screen time’s effects on kids. Some parks in the region will engage your kids and teach them to appreciate nature. Top 10 Places to Enjoy Nature In and Around Washington, D.C. Antietam National Battlefield, MD; 301-432-5124: This

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    Rainy Days at Walt Disney World

    When it rains it pours in Orlando, especially during the summer months, but the daily downpours should not deter you. Many people will exit the parks, leaving them a lot emptier for you to enjoy.Besides, leaving the parks is no fun during such mass exodus as it will be hard to get on the busses or the tram to the