Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
Taking a break from the often hectic holiday season means finding fun in small doses and theFamilyTravelFiles.com has posted a list of the best Santa trains and holiday lights - a collection of mini adventures offering quick, easy fun. Suggestions for holiday family traditions include magical “Polar Express” adventures, Santa trains, and destinations with miles of holiday lights and plenty of yuletide atmosphere.
This season is set to sparkle across the country with countless memory making moments possible. Ride the rails; walk through a fantasy land of twinkling lights; meet with Santa and Mrs. Claus; sip hot chocolate with Christmas elves; sing carols and imagine the North Pole. Whether it’s a getaway for a night or an escape for a weekend, it’s all about having fun sharing time together.
“For families time is a very precious commodity. So our holiday activity folders suggests oodles of ways to share the gift of time and snag holiday fun with children or grandchildren by creating a personal version of a time share – no condo needed,” says Nancy Nelson-Duac, Co-founder and Editor of the popular family travel planning website.
This year’s lists reveal a plethora of ways to share the magic with young children. Spanning six distinct USA geographic regions - Northeast, Mid Atlantic, Southeast, Heartland, Great Lakes, Southwest, Rocky Mountains, and Pacific Northwest plus California, Florida, and Britain - the collection of festive holiday train excursions and miles twinkling lights is enchanting. Ride the Polar Express at dozens of spots across the US; climb aboard a Santa train in Florida; ride the rails in Wales - the fun is waiting. From miles of lights along the Boardwalk at Virginia Beach to the magic of Winterfest in Pigeon Forge celebrating is in the air.
The complete list of holiday ideas may be viewed by selecting the “Santa Trains & Holiday Lights” folder located on the homepage of http://www.thefamilyTravelFiles.com. For more suggestions and vacation ideas view “Away for the Holidays”.
theFamilyTravelFiles.com is one of America's top-rated online family travel resources offering more than 1000 pages of timely family vacation ideas and trip planning information. The user friendly website specializes in displaying family vacation experiences, road trips quick getaways, destination information for families, and advice about family trips and travel. To assist in narrowing searches, colorful lifestyle, vacation idea folders are visible throughout website. The folder choices: All Inclusive Resorts, Beaches and Water Spots, Camp Out, City Takes – Urban Vacations, Cruises, Family Golf, Family Tours, Free or Almost Free, Green Spots, Mountain Tops, Reunions, Secret Places, Snow Places, Soft Adventures, Theme Parks, and Weddings Away.
Lisa A. Duac Publisher (813) 968-4799 or publisher(at)theFamilyTravelFiles(dot)com
Nancy Nelson-Duac (817) 573-6920 or editor(at)theFamilyTravelFiles(dot)com