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Next Step Physical Therapy Guide to Summer Vacations
With the weather warming up and Spring in full effect it’s not too early to start thinking about your summer vacation plans. I know I’ve already had my wheels turning and I’m looking forward to taking the family away for some outdoor fun this summer. I also know that sometimes there can be so many choices out there for possible destinations that it can be difficult to actually make a decision on where to go and what to do. That’s why I’ve decided to give you our guide to summer vacations. Here are a few vacations that I have done. Here’s the criteria: It can’t be overly expensive and it has to be something that you can do in 3-7 days. That way there will be something of interest for any family no matter how strapped for time or cash you are. Without any further ado, here are some my favorite places that we’ve been.
Lancaster Pennsylvania: Only 4 hours away by car, this area of Pennsylvania is a great place to bring the kids or just you husbands and wives. It has the Amish community there, which can be a great experience for young and old. They also have great antique shops and an old fashioned locomotive train ride across the Pennsylvania countryside. For the kids there is a great amusement park (Dutch Wonderland) and Hershey Park isn’t that far either. They also have incredible outlet malls for shopping - with the best deals I have ever seen on clothing. St Louis Missouri: For those of you who don’t mind a bit of a longer trip in the car as part of your adventure (16 hours) this is a great place to visit. St Louis has great restaurants and attractions. You can go up into the Arch - which is a must if you’re there. They also have
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