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Kids Love Kentucky: Family Travel Guide By Michele Darrall Zavatsky

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Clay and I live in Kentucky but there are many vacation spots and travel locations here that we’ve never heard of. So a travel guide like Kids Love Kentucky, a part of the Kids Love Travel series by Michele Darrall Zavatsky, is a great tool to have when exploring your own state. Or any state for that matter! Kids Love Kentucky is unique in that is not only features locations that are commonly known, but areas that the author has personally visited or researched. It’s a great state travel guide.

Kids Love Kentucky features of 400 ” Fun Stops & Unique Spots”. Some of these locations are places I’d love to take our kids but hadn’t had any luck finding info on the internet. And I do TONS of research online when planning our travel. A handy guide that I can break out when needed and fits in my travel binder is a must have. I found some really cool places in there. I didn’t know that Kentucky has its own Underground Railroad Museum. And that is a section in history that our kids elementary school just finished.Kids Love Kentucky had a big 5th grade concert with the kids singing songs that helped lead slaves to safety like “Follow The Drinking Gourd”. Now that I know about the National Underground Railroad Museum I can take the kids there to extend what they learned in school.

There are also several caverns other than Mammoth Cave that I’ve been wanting to visit. This guide shows us a little info about the travel location along with pricing, hours of operation and the address and contact info.

Kids Loves Kentucky gives tips and ideas on places you can visit on a day trip or an overnight stay. It’s broken down by geographical locations of your state so you can easily find travel spots that are under 2 hours away. With the map and the table of contents I was easily able to find places nearby that we can take the family to spend the day.

I love that it not only showcases museums and amusement parks but state parks, nature preserves, caverns and even restaurants, candy factories and facilities that allow tours. Many of these places are FREE so even if you’re on a tight budget, you can enjoy some travel time with your kids. You can find a free location, pack a picnic lunch and all you end of spending is gas money, which you may have spent going to the store in boredom anyway. Why not hit a park or take a tour with your family and get out of the house for a day instead? There’s nothing better than visiting freebies and low cost attractions as a family!

It even has tips and advice for making your adventure run more smoothly with ideas before you leave, once your on the road and ways to save money while you travel.

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Going to florida for 2 weeks....?

Spending one week in orlando, and one week sightseeing in florida. Where are the best places to visit in florida? (besides orlando)

I love st.petersburg and south beach miami. I prefer the west coast, you really can't miss. It's beautiful no matter where you go!

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Travel tip from New York to Florida?

I am planning to drive from NY to Delray Beach Florida. I heard that at some point I can take a Ferry to cut my driving.
Can you tell me from what state i can do this? Any other suggestions ( cheap motels on I-95, points of interest, etc.I would really appreciate
Thank you

The cape may, nj - lewes,de ferry makes the trip longer. but you can take it.

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