It’s Monday. I had a nice weekend, but I need to get back to work. That wasn’t really a complaint, I thoroughly enjoy my job, each part of it actually.
But let’s get back to ideas for spring break trips… I know I’ve already talked about Disney parks in this series, but what about Disney cruises? I’ve heard from different people that these cruises are incredible. I’ve heard that the children will love to go to Disney’s programs. You might have to beg your kids to spend time with you, which may or may not be a bad thing. Disney has clubs teens where they can and meet others their age. They have great dining options for the family, they will even take your kids once they finish their meals so you can enjoy yours more… And of course, this is Disney, so you will also get to see characters. They have Broadway style shows, which I hear are cleaner than most cruise lines’ entertainment. You can even enjoy the parks before or after your cruise if you like getting the best of both worlds.
If you have older children, you might want to visit DC. I grew up in North Carolina and Tennessee, ennessee, but my grandparents lived in Virginia. So we used to visit Washington pretty often. There are a ton of monuments. There is the smithsonian, which is a bunch of different museums. Their zoo is also part of the Smithsonian. And the spring is a great time to go because of the cherry blossoms.
Please let me know if you would like help with spring break trips or summer plans. I would be more than happy to help you.