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When I first read about this, I was shocked. According to Merriam Webster,  the definition of a Tourist Trap is, “a place that attracts and exploits tourists.”  I automatically thought Disney or somewhere in Miami was gong to be the number one.  Nope, I was wrong and so were you. I have never heard of this place, but apparently many people come to Florida and go. According to a study done by BestLife, The Coral Castle Museum Is Floridas number one tourist trap.  The Museums website,  tell us “the Coral Castle is an everlasting mystery to those who explore it.”

It’s located In Miami , and the Coral rocks were carved by a Monk Named Edward Leedskalnin. What’s interesting about him is that he carved over 1k of coral rock in secret by himself for nearly 30 years. Apparently to this day, no one ever found or figured out how Leedskalnin managed to do all that carving. The Museum is open Thursday-Sunday and free for children under 6. Adults are $18 and children ages 7-12 are $8.  Are you going to go to see what all they hypes about? I surely want to go now!

Three Florida Cities Named Best Babymoon Destinations

Florida has always been one of the best destinations for a relaxing vacation, which makes it great for a babymoon. Three cities in Florida were named some of the best destinations for expecting parents looking for one last getaway. Babymoons are a take on honeymoons. It’s the last vacation parents can take advantage of before their bundle of joy arrives. Babymoons are perfect for sleeping in while you still can, indulging in quality time, and resting before welcoming the baby. Travelandleisure.com made a list of 25 destinations around the world that are perfect for a last vacay for parents-to-be.

Traveling is expensive and can be tricky in the third trimester of pregnancy. It’s best to plan your babymoon while in your second trimester (around 14-28 weeks.) It’s always best to consult your doctor before making any big travel plans while pregnant. Here’s the list of best babymoon destinations in the U.S..