This year we have been planning a few mini-breaks and holidays to make the most of the term time we have before my eldest daughter starts school in September. After then we will only be taking holidays in the school holidays which is much more expensive. I know some people make the decision to take their kids out of school to go on holiday but this isn’t for me. I thoroughly enjoyed primary school and hardly missed a day. (Well I did miss my first day, but that’s another story!) I think kids learn so much at school and they change so much, I wouldn’t want mine to get left behind. Anyway, I’ve come up with a list of family holiday destinations for 2020 which are places we would love to visit. I’m sure you will love them too!
Canada is a beautiful country with so much to offer. Of course, I’ve experienced it first hand. But there are many child-friendly places to visit like Niagara Falls. Toronto has the CN Tower, Vancouver the beautiful Kitsilano Beach and Stanley Park and Montreal the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium. While you are in Canada there is nothing stopping you from heading down through America with Santa Barbara Travel and extending your holiday.
I couldn’t not add my home – Cornwall to the list. Perfect for a staycation within the UK. We have lots to do down here and some of the prettiest beaches in the world. I feel lucky to live only 10 minutes from Perranporth beach. We have the stunning seaside town of St Ives. The roads are narrow down into St Ives so we always take the train from St Erth, Plus it’s one of the most stunning train rides in the country. The St Ives Bay line passes by golden sands of Hayle Towans and Carbis Bay before arriving in St Ives just above Porthminster beach. When you walk down from the station into St Ives you will need to rest upon some great occasional chairs and take in the views!
Disneyworld has to be on the list for the top family holiday destinations for 2020. It’s on our bucket list for sure when the girls are older. By heading to Florida you not only have Disney’s Magic Kingdom but Universal Studios and Seaworld in Orlando. Of course, as a blogger, I will be taking a gazillion photos and using a pocket voice recorder to capture all our memories.
Mr B has already been pricing things up online for our once in a lifetime trip to Disneyworld. We figured we would only be doing it the once, so why not do it the best! Of course, we are waiting for the girls to be older before we go so they will remember it. Plus I don’t fancy doing Disney with a teasy toddler and a stroppy 4 year old! At least it gives us a few years to save up. We do need to look at the best time of the year for going. I’m not a fan of hot weather!
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