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We’d had our fill of sunshine (sounds crazy, right?!) and needed a less-expensive option between theme park days. We found it at Splitsville. This bright and bustling bowling alley in the middle of Disney Springs took care of all the details and got you bowling in a jiffy. I always get frustrated trying to figure out how to work the machine where you enter player information, don’t get me started on maneuvering the bumpers (is that the technical term?). Our names were entered and bumpers were programmed to come down

Orlando, we meet again. Thank you for luring us out of the cold and rain (record-breaking rain), we needed a dose of Vitamin D and you’re just what the doctor ordered. Beckett loves staying in hotels, he often asks to move into one. I don’t blame him, I mean, I wish! What I wouldn’t do for fresh linens and room service every day, mmm… Beckett loves them for elevators, key cards, vending machines and most-importantly, the pool. The Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek was awesome. Had there not been a zillion

After, literally, stumbling down a cobble-stoned memory lane for four days with my girlfriends in Cabo San Lucas, the lesser-traveled San Jose del Cabo was a delightful reprieve. Add in my favorite two guys, good family friends and temperatures in the high-eighties and nineties, and you have the makings of a pretty darn good week. We checked into Casa Amigos in the beautifully lush Fundadores neighborhood of Puerto Los Cabos. What a treat! I understood immediately why some reviewers of the property mentioned they never left it. The home is

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