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[VIDEO] Visiting the Mountains of North Carolina: Family Roadtrip Ideas & Safety Tips

The Mentor4Teens Series is presented as part of Los Tweens & Teens’ partnership with Ford. All opinions are our own. Los Tweens & Teens founder, Cristy, and her teen daughters, The Sophlivia Twins, went LIVE on Facebook LIVE to show us the beautiful mountains of North Carolina, which they drive to from Miami a few […]

[VIDEO] Review: “Pandora: The World of Avatar” Attraction at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Located within Disney’s Animal Kingdom park, Pandora – The World of Avatar provides eco-tourists the opportunity to join Alpha Centauri Expeditions (ACE) for the transformational experience of a lifetime—filled with unforgettable expeditions, floating mountains, a bioluminescent forest, winged mountain banshees and more. In partnership with ACE, visitors of every age will have the chance to explore […]

[VIDEO] “Camp Discovery” for ages 3-17 Among the New Upgrades Onboard Crown Princess Cruises

Sailing on a series of Mediterranean voyages for the 2018 summer season, Princess guests will return from touring ancient civilizations and historical museum collections to find new culinary offerings, upgraded accommodations, relaxing options in the Lotus Spa and more. After a summer in the Mediterranean, Crown Princess takes Princess guests to the Caribbean where award-winning shore excursions […]

[ASK LINA] 3 Keys to a Fun and Safe Summer with Teens & Tweens at Home

Ask Lina is a special editorial series where we invite you to send us your parenting questions in the comments below and our teen & tween emotional expert, Lina Acosta Sandaal, gives you tips that will help you navigate these crucial “in-between years.” Originally Posted in StopParentingAlone.com Children and parents alike look forward to the lazy […]

[VIDEO] [PHOTOS] Our First RV Vacation: 6 Tips for Traveling with Older Kids

NOTE: Los Tweens & Teens was hosted by Go RVing to produce this content but as always, all opinions are 100% our own. Our family has considered an RV vacation for several years but we recently made it a reality and had mucho fun during a weekend getaway. Our amigos at Go RVing invited us […]

Carnival Fascination Cruise’s 2018 Comeback Includes Free Pool-Side Burgers from Food Network’s Guy Fieri

Carnival Fascination is currently being chartered to FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) to house relief workers in St. Croix and resuming its year-round schedule of seven-day southern Caribbean cruises from San Juan, Puerto Rico, beginning Feb. 18, 2018. The cruise’s year-round schedule from San Juan encompasses week-long sailings to five Caribbean islands:  St. Lucia, Barbados, St. […]

This Year’s “Epcot International Food & Wine Festival” Features 13 Extra Delicious Days

Growing in scope as one of America’s top food festivals each year since 1996, Disney’s “Epcot International Food & Wine Festival” event will run for 13 additional days (for a total of 75 days) of inspired sips and bites throughout the park’s World Showcase and Future World. Event highlights will tempt taste buds, music fans and […]

Travel Tips for EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

The EPCOT Food & Wine Festival marks its 21st anniversary and is one of my favorite seasonal festivals at Walt Disney World in Orlando. The festival is a great opportunity for adults to enjoy a fun getaway to Walt Disney World on their own. And yet, it also is a wonderful opportunity to share the […]

[En Español] 16 consejos para mantener tus hijos seguros en el verano

El verano ya está a la vuelta de la esquina y tal vez estas  buscando maneras de disfrutar al aire libre. Ya sea un refrescante baño en una piscina, un paseo en bicicleta o simplemente abrir una ventana y sentir una brisa cálida, siempre debe tenerse en cuenta la seguridad. Se un “superhéroe de la […]

140,000+ 4th Graders and their Families Can Visit Public Parks for FREE in the 2015-2016 School Year

More than 140,000 kids will have the opportunity to visit federal public lands and waters in the 2015-2016 school year, thanks to 186 grants from the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks. These grants, part of the Foundation’s Open OutDoors for Kids program, support the White House youth initiative Every Kid in […]

Parents’ Trip to EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

How long has it been since you’ve enjoyed a quick parents trip without the chicos? It had been nearly a year since our last and that one lasted 24 hours! Many of our amigos have visited the EPCOT Food & Wine Festival but I had only briefly visited on my own last year and Daddy […]

Fun with my Family at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Disney’s Magic Kingdom

From the tram to the monorail, a sea of adults and children dressed like Peter Pan, Luke Skywalker, Ursula, and Alice from Wonderland, join you in entering Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. It is so fun to see all the families, friends and groups bring all the Disney characters to life with their imagination.  My family […]

“Teens Take the Met!” in Free Event in NYC on October 16th

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 5th Ave (NYC) will be transformed into a dynamic cultural open house for teens on Friday, October 16, 5:00-8:00 p.m. during Teens Take the Met!—an innovative Museum-wide event developed in partnership with more than 55 cultural and youth organizations from New York’s five boroughs. The program encourages teens to […]

[PHOTOS] Why Animal Kingdom’s New Dinning Spot, “Harambe Market,” Will Drive You Wild

By: Amanda Dufau, Los Tweens & Teens Travel & Lifestyle Contributor Last month, my family and I were invited to represent Los Tweens and Teens at the Media Day Event for Animal Kingdom’s newest dining establishment, Harambe Market. As huge Disney fans, we were thrilled to attend and be treated to delicious fare inspired by the […]