We woke up Monday morning, which was our second of three days in San Antonio. We first ate a nice large breakfast at the free breakfast buffet in the hotel. We returned to the room, got ready pretty quickly and we were out the door. We had a lot on the agenda; we had a museum to visit, a famous BBQ joint for lunch a riverwalk cruise to take, and a very yummy Mexican restaurant for dinner!
After a fun day of flying, eating some of very delicious ramen, playing in Zilker Park, and commuting from Austin to San Antonio, we slept it off well that night, woke up energized in the morning and ready to go out and have fun in San Antonio! We first woke up and experienced our first premium breakfast buffet included at no extra cost in our hotel. After breakfast we went west of our hotel to the San Fernando Cathedral.
For our kids’ spring break we decided to take a trip to Texas, more specifically Austin, San Antonio, and Corpus Christi. We took a direct flight from Salt Lake City Utah to Austin Texas on Delta Airlines. Once we landed in Austin, we decided to spend the afternoon there before heading to San Antonio for the evening.
We just returned from a family vacation with our 9 and 7 year old daughters in Texas! More specifically San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and Austin. Did our kids enjoy it? Or did they hate the whole Texas experience? Was there anything fun for them to do in Texas? Should you take your children on a Texas Vacation? I will answer all these questions throughout this post. Consider this a mini Texas Vacation Guide for kids!!!!
Yum! Yum! Yum! This is a tasty chicken recipe. If you are in a position where you cannot travel, the next best thing is eating dishes from other countries! One thing I learned while traveling is that all the senses are affected when visiting somewhere foreign. Each country has its own look, its own sound, its own smell, its own touch, and its own taste. I have never visited Scotland before, but I now have a sense of the taste of Scotland, you can do the same thing too! Pick a place you want to visit and look up recipes from there and eat the experience from the comfort of your own kitchen.
Recently, we decided to try something different with eating chicken, we baked it the Scottish way with stuffing, kinda like we do with turkeys here for Thanksgiving, but you’ll be blown away to see the ingredients for the stuffing.
Saint Patrick s Day is a fun day for all ages. The kids enjoy building leprechaun traps the night before and attempting to trap the leprechauns in hopes to see them or at least get their coins they leave behind when they escape. Kids and adults alike enjoy dressing in green and pinching those who fail to dress so festively. Adults enjoy the great food that comes with St. Patrick’s; corn beef, cabbage, parsnips, and other Irish dishes.
Today we are going to share with you another Irish dish, you may have eaten it or maybe you have never heard of it until now; Colcannon.
Your overnight accommodations can make or break any vacation, especially a family vacation. If you are traveling solo or with a significant other, a bad hotel can cause some inconvenience, throw children into the equation and it can turn into a vacation crisis! So when it comes to accommodations, choose wisely!
When we woke up on Sunday morning of President’s Day weekend, it was a sunny and bright, but cool morning. It looked perfect for a day at Arches National Park UT where we could go hiking and admire some of the most beautiful rock formations in the world. We ate a nice big breakfast at our hotel, I did a quick hotel tour, and we were off to Arches.
After a long and fun day of driving and exploring Goblin Valley, we were hungry and what better way to end off the day than delicious and authentic Mexican food! When you are in Moab Utah and you are hungry for all things Mexican, look no further than Giliberto’s Mexican Taco Shop!
Okay, if you are not from Utah and you have never heard of Goblin Valley State Park, you are probably wondering why anyone would name a park after Goblins. As we all know, Goblins are little monsters. They are told about in European folklore…….so why Goblin Valley Park?