Where to go on family vacation?
Hi! So my family of 4 decided to go on a big vacation this year but don't know where. My mom, dad, brother(17), and me(14). Oh and I'm a girl if just so you know. We wanna go on vacation somewhere around the beginning of August because that's when my mom put in as her vacation time. I want to go somewhere far away that we can fly to because I just love flying in airplanes :) We were thinking of Cancun, but we don't know what hotel we would stay at that's not to expensive. My dad says he wants a room that has atleast 2 beds and an extra room so we're not all crammed in together. We were also thinking of the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, or the Mayan Riviera. My dad's not so much worried about the cost of the hotel as much as the cost of the flights since they're rather expensive. I was looking at the Riu Cancun as a hotel and my dad liked it but I couldnt find many flights that were not so expensive. So my question: Where should we go that is the most fun? Which hotels would you recommend? And if anyone could suggest good flights that would be amazing.
We would be leaving from BWI airport btw. Oh and if you have past experiences please share!!
Thanks so much<3
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
Some past experiences :)
Hotel that we stayed at : Los Gigantes http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01577/... It is a beautiful hotel! Nice pool. People are so friendly. Evening entertainment.
Puerto De La Cruz. Also a stunning hotel.
Attractions: Mount Teidy (it is amazing) The cable cars up the mountain are so much fun and can enjoy the views together!
Also, Loro Parque is so fun. It is great for all the family. http://www.loroparquetenerife.com/
Hope this helps. Have a look at some other places around Tenerife. But I strongly suggest going there. It is a beautiful place to go for a holiday for a family. :)
- 7 years ago
Trindad and Tobago
Saint vincent and the Grenadians
- 7 years ago
Visit Italy, a nation teeming with culture.
Go to Venice, Florence, Pompeii, Rome or some other fascinating place.
Happy holidays to you! :)Source(s): I've been to Italy seven times in the past ten years.
- swinneyLv 43 years ago
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- KenLv 77 years ago
- 3 years ago
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- 7 years ago
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