Posts by: Jeannie Davide-Rivera

Jeannie is Mom to this traveling family, author of Twirling Naked in the Streets and No One Noticed; Growing up with Un-Diagnosed Autism. A writer of Middle-grade novels (focused on monster hunting and weird things—see the World of Weird. She loves the search for totally crazy, real stories, myths, urban legends, and creepy crap in the locations they visit). Currently, Jeannie is working on her MFA at Seton Hill University, Writing Popular Fiction, and the creator of—Understanding Autism from the Inside and—Pack up the Kids and Go Traveling.

Fun things to do in Plattsburgh with Kids

Written on September 9, 2018 in Adirondacks

Are you looking for fun things to do in Plattsburgh with kids? This small city has plenty of indoor and outdoor options for a family fun day out of the house.  Since moving to the Adirondacks, I’ve spent many days searching online for fun things to do in Plattsburgh with kids, or nearby, and only found...

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What to see in Old San Juan

Written on September 5, 2018 in Puerto Rico

Wondering what to do in Old San Juan? On our three-day trip to Puerto Rico, we experienced the rich colonial heritage of Old San Juan, a city unrivaled in the Western Hemisphere with over 500-years of architecture and history. We highly recommend spending at least one day (or more as we did) in the old...

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Travel Guide: Three Days in San Juan Puerto Rico

Written on August 28, 2018 in Puerto Rico

Three days for our Anniversary Getaway in San Juan Puerto Rico Three days in San Juan was all it took to fall in love with the beautiful island of Puerto Rico.  Why hadn’t we visited San Juan sooner? My husband's parents were born on the island, but this was his first trip—one we hadn’t expected...

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