Earlier this week you were treated to a great guest post written by Charlotte, a freelance writer in the Uk, and now she is back with another post that I’m sure you’ll enjoy as well!
Trying to please all the family with your next holiday booking? It’s hard to ensure everyone is entertained and happy, especially if you are travelling with teens. One good choice is multi centre holidays USA, where the ever-changing destinations should keep all of the people happy some of the time!
How to entertain everyone in New York
New York is number 2 in the top ten destinations of the world according to Trip Advisor. We know about the obvious iconic buildings, but what else is there?
Why not climb to the top of the Empire State building and see New York from high above. Buy the kids an instant camera so they can snap their own pictures of the views. Take a cruise around the island of Manhattan or catch the Staten Island Ferry which takes you past the Statue of Liberty. Whilst you’ll only see it across the water, it saves queuing to go up inside with the restless youngsters.
Head to Central Park to enjoy the wide open green space, visit its zoo or ride the carousel. Splash the cash on a horse-drawn carriage ride, walk, cycle or even ride a horse through the park.
Visit the Sony Wonder Technology Lab 9MID Town on Madison Avenue for 4 floors of interactive fun. Here you can meet the robots, travel through time and play in the sound lab. Get hands-on with a family workshop to make a telescope, a musical instrument or whatever your joint efforts dictate.
Making the most of Las Vegas
Adults will all know what Las Vegas offers, gambling and shopping. But of course there is much more to this sparkly-lit destination that all generations will love.
See the erupting volcano at The Mirage and the Bellagio fountain light show every night for free. Catch the jugglers, acrobats and clowns as they perform for free at Circus Circus Hotel; the Flamingo hotel houses a wildlife refuse with elegant pink Flamingos in residence; the Bellagio’s botanical gardens are well worth a look too. See real life lions at the MGM Hotel and an aquarium at the Silverton.
When you need that adrenalin rush, go to the Stratosphere Tower to ride the terrifying rides such as the X-Scream. Try Insanity where you’re dangled over the edge 1,000 ft up.
Whatever you fancy, Las Vegas has it.
It’s all about the attractions in Orlando
Orlando is Florida’s ‘capital’ of theme parks and very popular for Disney Florida holidays. Orlando’s Walt Disney World® Resort offers 4 parks all themed differently from Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom to Epcot and Hollywood Studios. The parks offer thrilling rides for the older kids (and adults) to gentle ones for the tinies. You can even get an insight into the workings of Disneyworld with the Backstage Magic Tour. This shows you how all that Disney magic happens including the Utilidor corridors below the parks.
SeaWorld® Orlando is just down the road for a watery take on adrenalin-fuelled rides, as well as a chance to see penguins, polar bears and killer whales including Shamu. You can even fed and enjoy a digital swimming experience with turtles. Gatorland is home to more than 3,000 snap-happy alligators and crocodiles. If you’re brave enough, you can fly over the lake full of these creatures courtesy of a zip wire.
Don’t forget LEGOland where you’re encouraged to build monster-sized LEGO sculptures just for fun and it doesn’t cost you a dime. Of course leaving LEGOland without a stash of new bricks will be difficult.
Plus, at least 4 water parks with slides and flumes for youngsters and adults, means a whole day of water fun for all the family.
Getting the best of all
Choosing a multi centre holiday certainly ensures the whole family is entertained throughout their holiday. Take a look at the cheap holidays 2013 available with Ocean Florida.
Charlotte Rivington actively blogs about Travel and Beauty. Writing about great tips to Disney world Florida holidays.When she is free she loves going on a shopping spree in search for the latest holiday destinations.
Thank you again to Charlotte for your guest post.
Until Next Time,
The Monster Lifestyle