Have you ever dreamt about visiting Niagara Falls? I have always wanted to visit Niagara Falls ever since I was a little girl after watching Superman rescuing Lois Lang as she fell into the falls. Ahhhh… Childhood memories.
Ah! New York City, the BIG APPLE! Our little guy has been asking for a while to visit NYC and here we are! What is so fascinating about NYC for a 7-year-old? What he knew about NYC was the Statue of Liberty and eating a hot dog in the park. Obviously that was all he had on his agenda while visiting NYC.
We were so excited to experience La Grande Roue de Montréal during our recent visit to Old Montréal. Located right on Old Port where all the action is at, this was the perfect place to be. La Grande Roue is a climate-controlled as well as the tallest observation wheel in Canada. Allowing visitors to see the city and its beautiful surrounding in a 360 panoramic view from 60 meters in the air, which is equivalent to a 20 story building. On a clear day, visitors can see 28 km away.
With 10,000+ lakes in Minnesota, you would guess that there is no shortage of outdoor water fun. However, there are just so many months that we can enjoy the outdoor water fun. For those rainy days or cold winter months where the kids are asking for some swimming fun, what better way to take them than to an indoor waterpark. Minnesota does not disappoint with its indoor water fun option.
Summer is by far my favorite season here in Minnesota. The days are longer. The kids are out of school. The family appears to be more relaxed from the hustle and bustle of the school year. What better way to spend your summers than at an outdoor waterpark. Minnesota does not disappoint when it comes to swimming options.