On Day 19 of the PapiBlogger family road trip LeBron James chose the Miami Heat and the older Ruiz kids saw snow for the first time in their lives at the famous hotel where “The Shining “was shot.
Day 18 of the PapiBlogger Family Road Trip started with a short farewell moment at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge and took us on one of most scenic drives yet from northern California to Oregon.
Day 17 of the PapiBlogger Family Road Trip was an action packed day for the Ruiz clan of jagged street driving, historic trolley rides, sun bathing sea lions, break dancers, authentic Chinese cuisine and more in San Francisco.
El 16to día del Viaje Familiar PapiBlogger transcurrió como un trayecto carente de espectacularidad porque salimos tarde, comimos mal en un restaurante de Malibu, California que jamás debe visitar, y condiciones climáticas deprimentes en partes de la Autopista de la Costa del Pacífico.
On the 15th Day of the PapiBlogger Family Road Trip, the Ruiz clan took a decidedly girl centric path with visits to the American Girl cafe and store in The Grove, L.A.’s shopping and celebrity viewing hot spot, as well with a tour of famous Hollywood homes.
On the 14th Day of the PapiBlogger Family Road Trip, the Ruiz clan devoted most of the day to magical discoveries at Disneyland and the night to introducing the kids to an L.A.-style, Mexican dinner complete with an awesome mariachi group.
On the 13th Day of the PapiBlogger Family Road Trip we had our first visit to Disneyland and spent some time at a Ronald McDonald House in Orange County that deeply moved our family.
On the 12th Day of the PapiBlogger Family Road Trip we left the comfort of our spectacular suite at the Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel & Casino for a nearly five hour drive west to California for a little Disneyland magic in Anaheim.
On the 11th day of the PapiBlogger Family Road Trip the Ruiz clan cruised the Las Vegas Strip, climbed atop the Eiffel Tower and got some much needed, pool-side rest at the fabulous Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.
Day 10 began with a bang as we took the kids by surprise with an air ride over the Grand Canyon in the PapiHeli. Well, I don’t really have a PapiHeli but the company we chartered the 30-minute helicopter from is called Papillon.