Making Memories

Vacations are always a special time for families.

It's a time we get to relax without the distractions of work or school. A time we get to give our kids our undivided attention and really bond with them. A time to revitalize your relationship with your spouse, show them they are appreciated and still worth the chase.

It's just a great time to make memories at 30-A Suites.

Making memories is simple. Play games together. Swim together. Go to the beach together, look for shells. Go for long walks at the beach.

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Take a lot of pictures of your vacation. The vacation pictures will be shared for years to come. As your children grow up they will want to look back at the special times you have experienced together as a family.

Does your family have a special meal that they enjoy preparing together? If not try it out, assign duties. Have each family member make a special contribution to the meal. Maybe have one person make a salad while another prepares a dessert while you and your loved one focus on the main course! It can be a fantastic way to share with each other and really enjoy the experience together.

Making memories doesn't have to be complicated, so you don't have to try hard to manage a perfect vacation. In fact, famous chef and author, Anthony Bourdain once had something to say about trying too hard to manage vacations:

“I learned a long time ago that trying to manage the perfect vacation is always a disaster. That leads to terrible times.” 

Let the kids plan an activity for the family to do. Allow them to look at websites and find out the costs for the activity. Let them figure the cost, the times, etc. and plan an event. That in itself will create a lasting memory for those of the younger generation.

30asuites pool1Simple ideas can make for the best family times together. Make sure to include everyone and keep the cameras loaded for easy picture taking.

Come find out why 30-A Suites is the place to be for your family vacations. Call us today at 850-499-5058.

 

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