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I grew up in Loveland, and Estes Park was a day trip taken two or three times a year by my family. Sometimes we just passed through, on the way to RMNP for a three day camping trip. Other times we would stop to fish along the Big Thompson River, and never quite make it to Estes Park. When I was in high school, I worked one summer cleaning cabins in the area, it was great to be "out in the woods, by the river, in the crisp clean air!"Summer is a great time to visit, but you won't want to miss the Aspens in the fall!
Spent a week in Railey last fall, it was paradise. To enjoy yourself repeat the following activities daily: 1. Start the day with a Beach Hut Breakfast of Muesli and yogurt, 2. Spend the morning rock climbing on one of the many gorgeous cliffs, 3.Take a treacherous hike down to the secret Lagoon, 4. Have a deliciously spicy curry for lunch, served from your very own longboat
5. Stop to feed the monkeys
6. Collect some shells from West Beach and Ton Sai
7. Finish the day with a nighttime snorkel amongst phosphorescence - it is magical
We tend to do a lot of day trips. The Niagara region isn't just about Niagara Falls and all of the "touristy kitsch". There are so many family friendly things to do, from Happy Rolph's to the Botanical Gardens - - do NOT forget your camera!
This is the best place on earth, is dry but is fun, there is too many good things to do like cycling, horse ridding, sandboarding, etc. One of the highlights is to enjoy the beautiful sunset at Moon Valley in the most orange, purple and brown landscape ever.
If anyone was visiting Sydney, one thing I would have to say to them is "make sure you fit in a day at Manly!!!". The best way to get there is by Ferry from Circular Quay, look back and get an amazing view of Sydney Harbour as the Ferry takes you across to Manly. Every time I go there I jump on the Ferry, walk through all of the shops in the Corso, have fish and chips by the beach for lunch followed by a walk around to Shelly Beach - perfect! On a sunny Summer day you will not want to be anywhere else - endless places by the water to eat, relax and have a drink (or few) while you take in the view.