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5 Haunted Historical Places you need to Take your Kids right now

Kids love a good scare as much as anyone and these places will teach them all about history too
As a young girl, I always found myself drawn to dark and ethereal stories. My parents would often get mad at me for frightening my younger family members with Ouija board games, makeshift séances and candlelit ghost stories. But let’s be honest, they kept coming back for more and no doubt found this
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Things to do in Savannah GA with Kids

A charming visit to the "Hostess City of the South", and oldest city in Georgia
Savannah. Oh, Savannah! The name alone drips with southern charm. I mean you can’t even say Savannah without a romantic sigh. It is a place my mother has romanticized in her mind ever since I was a kid. Needless to say, I was super excited to be able to finally take her there during our 60 day summer road
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Visiting Andersonville Prison with Kids

A heavy experience that is educational and worth visiting with kids to honor fallen soldiers
There is no doubt that I am a history chaser, especially if there is an opportunity to explore personal history. In fact, it was the discovery of my Great-Great-Great Grandfather’s grave at Andersonville Prison that prompted our #HotMamaDoesAmerica road trip across America. I learned that his name was
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A Night at the Historical Best Western Plus Windsor Hotel

Step back in time to experience Victorian elegance and haunted tales at the Windsor hotel
Coming off a wonderful stay at Best Western Plus Sunset Suites Riverwalk, #HotMamaDoesAmerica epic road trip continues on with great thanks to Best Western Plus. After a brief visit to New Orleans, we were off to find my Great-Great-Great Grandfather’s grave at Andersonville National Historic Site.
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How Memorial Day Inspired Family Travel

Inspiration for travel can come from anywhere, even from the grave
What does Memorial Day and family travel have to with each other? Well, let me tell you. Memorial Day is a day that we remember those who died in the American armed forces. The federal holiday started after the American Civil War, when Union veterans would decorate the graves of their fallen comrades.

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