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The Grand Wailea, Maui. Just a small portion of their pools and swimming areas. I think they have like 10 consecutive slides from pool to pool and also a water elevator! SO FUN!

This luxury resort is known for its 25,700 sq. ft. Canyon Activity Pool. Nine pools are connected by a lazy-river that speeds up to white-water in some parts. There are jungle pools, slides, Tarzan rope swing, caves,

Resort pool & slide - Maui, Hawaii

Hawaiian Vacation: Which Island To Visit? This is a great infographic for learning which island in Hawaii is the one of your dreams!

this website is awesome. You put in a road trip and it shows you all the cool places to stop along the way, mileage, and even how much gas will cost!

101 Most Beautiful Places To Visit Before You Die

Westin Maui Resort & Spa Hawaii

How to Drive across the USA hitting all the major landmarks. This would be a fun summer-long road trip!

Awesome website - Type in your starting and ending destination, and it will find all sorts of things for you to do, see, eat, play, etc. along the way. Choice of the best route and time.

Bucket List for Visits to Austin

Stonewater Cove ... possibly a substitute for Big Cedar Lodge sometime?

Postagram is a digital service that lets you upload a photo from your iPhone, Android or computer, then type in a short note and the recipient's street address. Postagram transforms these elements into a paper postcard that's immediately mailed anywhere in the world for 99 cents. Via PureWow

Love this website... pick what area you want to travel to, the age of your kids and it gives you great ideas for activities and kid friendly places to eat, stay and visit!

Bora Bora Island, French Polynesia. Take me there NOW!!!!!

Awesome website. Type in your starting destination and your ending destination, and it will find ALL SORTS of things for you to do, see, eat, play along the way. Will be so happy I pinned this!!!

My two girls, five and seven, are just getting to be to the age where we can travel. I cannot wait to take them on some nature adventures. I’ve seen this book showcased on Pinterest a few times. We've started thinking about summer vacations already at our house. We are considering the Upper Peninsula in Michigan, Zion National Park, and the Smokey Mountains. Do you have any summer plans in progress? Do you have any suggestions for kids? I'd love to hear them!