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About Me & My Family

We are a French family who has been living in the US for 15 years. We spend all our summers in France, visiting our family as well as other European countries. I write travel books and I am having lots of fun doing that. So far I published two: 'Your Guide to Visit Paris for Free' and 'Your Guide to Visit San Francisco for Free', both available on Amazon.com
Our Family's Travel Personality
curious, structured, independent, energetic, scheduled, artsy
We Just Got Back From
Venice, Italy, Paris, France
Our Favorite Vacation Spot
Spain
A Place We'd Love To Visit
Japan
Favorite Vacation Memory
Australia. It just felt perfect and we got to see Ayers Rock: a dream come true.
Worst Travel Moment With My Kids:
Thais having a very smelly bowel movement in her diaper while listening to our guide at the Sydnedy Opera House and throwing up right after that on the beautiful Sydney Opera Floor (she was 4 months old)
Websites I Like:
www.visitcitiesforfree.com www.visitparisforfree.com www.visitsanfranciscoforfree.com www.travelismorefunwithkids.com

Easter Egg Hunts in Florida

To enjoy a drama-free Easter Egg Hunt with smaller children, go to an Egg Hunt where the children will be divided by age. If this is not possible, just make sure that you keep your toddler away from the bigger kids who can sometimes be pushy in their quest for the eggs.
If you have children older than 10, chances are that they will be barred from most Easter Egg Hunts.
And do not forget to bring your own basket!.


51 Garden Cove Dr
Key Largo, Florida

Comment:
On April 4th, you can experience a very different egg hunt: an underwater one! The boat will leave the dock at 8:30 am for two dives in shallow waters (4 to 12'). Make sure you are there at 8:00 am. All ages are welcome, adults or children need to be able to snorkel or to have a certification card to dive. Cost: $20 peer chil and $30 per adult if you want to snorkel. A full equipment will cost $85. Call 305 451 3020 or 1800 331 3483 for information. Real eggs and non toxic food coloring are used to prevent any ecological impact.


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4400 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, Florida

Comment:
Visit the Seaquarium on April 2,3 and 4 and enjoy Easter Egg Hunt activities. 10:00 am to 4:00 pm is the time to be there.


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3100 Airport Road
Boca Raton, Florida

Comment:
Their annual free Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Sunday April 4th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.



7400 Pines Boulevard
Pembroke Pines, Florida

Comment:
This is a massive egg hunt, 26 ooo eggs to hunt! There are balloon sculptures, face painting, bouncy houses, a visit from Peter Rabbit. There is a sister event happening at the same time at Pembroke Shores Park in the same city. The first 500 kids at each location will receive a free pair of Bunny ears. Considering the number of children, this may not be the best event for little ones or very shy children.



501 SW 172nd Ave
Pembroke Pines, Florida

Comment:
This is a massive egg hunt, 26 ooo eggs to hunt! There are balloon sculptures, face painting, bouncy houses, a visit from Peter Rabbit. There is a sister event happening at the same time at Pines Recreation Center in the same city. The first 500 kids at each location will receive a free pair of Bunny ears. Considering the number of children, this may not be the best event for little ones or very shy children.



751 Sheridan St.
Hollywood, Florida

Comment:
On Saturday April 3rd, children aged 4 to 11 can enjoy Easter celebrations from 9 to 11 am. The free egg hunt will start at 10 am.



234 Nippino Trail East
Nokomis, Florida

Comment:
Come and see a special appearance of the Easter Bunny on April 3rd at 10:00 am. Bring your own Easter basket.



555 34th Street South
Saint Petersburg, Florida

Comment:
March 12th: there is a entry fee of 5 dollars per person.


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1101 West Sligh Avenue
Tampa, Florida

Comment:
This is a different egg hunt. In that one, you will get to watch the Orang-Outans go on an Egg Hunt and you will get to cheer on your favourite! Free with admission.


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Adventure Landing 1944 Beach Boulevard
Jacksonville Beach, Florida

Comment:
On Saturday March 27th, join the Easter Bunny as over 2,000 eggs will be hidden on the Miniature Golf Courses. A $3 donation per child will benefit Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida. All children will receive a goodie bag and a Charity Raffle will take place after each Egg Hunt with great prizes! Registration is at 8am. Egg Hunts are at 9am, 10am and 11am for children up to 10 years of age (kids will be divided into 3 age groups). Same activities at the Adventure Landing located on 4825 Blanding Bld in Jacksonville and on 2780 State Road 16 in St Augustine.