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Top 5 National Parks On My To-Do List

Top 5 National Parks On My To-Do List

Every year in April, National Park Week is celebrated in the United States to honor our parks system and the National Park Foundation. Visiting the National Parks is a great way to explore the US and discover different aspects of this country.

Created in 1916 to preserve nature and history, there are 419 areas in the system, including parks, memorials, military venues, seashores and trails. Living where I do, unfortunately there aren’t national parks within 2 hours of me (one reason why I’m focusing on writing about the Florida States Parks and not national parks,...

Luxury At Its Best – Grand Velas Riviera Maya

Luxury At Its Best – Grand Velas Riviera Maya

Disclosure: I was provided complimentary accommodations while visiting this hotel. All opinions are my own.

Have you ever dreamed of having a perfect vacation? One where your every request was fulfilled. Where the people working there worked efficiently to make sure they didn’t disturb you. Where the food was spectacular, the pools and beaches sublime and...

Family Vacation At Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres

Family Vacation At Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres

Disclosure: I was provided complimentary accommodations while visiting this hotel. All opinions are my own. 

Family vacations can be a bit like the novel A Tale of Two Cities: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times . . . ”

That’s because we plan trips that don’t account for everyone getting a...

Florida State Parks: #1 Honeymoon Island State Park

Florida State Parks: #1 Honeymoon Island State Park

Welcome to the first official article on My Cornacopia about the Florida State Parks system!* As we’ve written in a previous post, we’ll be attempting to visit all 175 state parks in Florida. Some people don’t really experience Florida when they come to visit;  they go to an amusement park and then head home. Which...

Visiting Florida State Parks

Visiting Florida State Parks

When people think of visiting Florida, a lot of times they immediately think of visiting Disney or going to Harry Potter world. While those are fun, there’s more to Florida than amusement parks. Like visiting the Florida State Parks.

With an average cost of entry to each park of $3 to $8 per car,  it’s very...

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