12 Months of Travel Resolutions for Your 2013 Timeshare Vacation – Part 2

published on January 14, 2013 by

Whether a timeshare vacation every month is practical or not for you, these 12 months of New Year’s Resolutions for 2013 timeshare travel are sure to inspire, no matter when you go. We’re taking a look at this list offered by Huffington Post, in a 3-part series.

5. May – Get Away with the Girls, Mom. To all you moms out there: you may feel like you should plan a family getaway for Mother’s Day, but you just might enjoy a getaway with the girls. Where should you go? You could play in Las Vegas or shop in New York City, but your wish list probably includes a beach trip –Cancun! After some fun in the sun, you’ll come back to reality refreshed and ready to haul the kids around again.

There are some amazing timeshare rental deals in Cancun. For example, you can get a timeshare rental at the Aventura Spa Palace (exclusive to adults – and isn’t that the idea?) starting at just $15/night (that’s not a typo).

6. June – Learn to Fish. Those pictures of kids fishing with their dads and grandpas tug at the heartstrings because so many of us have those memories. Recreate those fun times with your kids while dropping a line in British Columbia. Several freshwater lakes stocked with rainbow and cutthroat trout dot the area around Vancouver. Fishing here is family friendly, and kids under 16 don’t need a license. For older teens and adults, get your Canada freshwater fishing license online and get out there.

Check out Canada timeshare rentals for Vancouver and other areas of Canada such as Banff National Park.You can stay at the Pacific Shores Resort and Spa in Nanoose Bay on Vancouver Island for just $99/night.

7. July – Go on a Summer Road Trip. Please, can we agree to never have another “Staycation” again? Pack up the family roadster with enough junk food and electronic devices to while away the miles and go away for a week of swimming, boating, horseback riding, sandcastle making or whatever else you can find within a few hours’ drive from home, and make it a Nearcation, instead.

Wherever you live you can find a great timeshare rental deal just a few miles from home.

8. August – Play Like a Kid. Put on those Mickey Mouse ears and take the entire family to the original Happiest Place on Earth – Disneyland. Why August? Because everything is open late during the summer so you can play long into the night. Plan a mid-week visit, like Wednesday or Thursday to manage Disneyland’s busy time of year.

Anaheim timeshare rentals – all just a mile or less from the park – start at just $86/night.

12 Months of Travel Resolutions for Your 2013 Timeshare Vacation – Part 1

Source: Huffington Post

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