Traveling with kids


Traveling with kids

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The kids are going to spend the week learning about the man made wonders of the world, so I took a second to put together this world landmarks printable pack for the big kids. It’s deceptively simple, but there is a lot of wonderful learning that can be had here! World Landmarks Printable Pack In [...]

World Landmarks Printable Pack -

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Family travel tips: 15 Steps to Raising a Good Traveler from We3Travel.com

Family Travel Tips: 15 Steps for Raising a Good Traveler

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Beijing with kids: it can be done! | The Art of Simple Travel

The Art of Simple Travel

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Kids Love Travel.com - Discover the best places to visit with Kids

PLACES TO TRAVEL WITH CHILDREN | BEST TRAVEL

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Geological wonder, rustic wilderness, wide open plains, and varied topographies, that’s just the be

A Family-Friendly Tour of the Eastern Sierras

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Kid-Friendly Christmas Events in Hawaii

Kid-Friendly Christmas Events in Hawaii

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If you’ve ever stood among a crowd snapping on ski or snowboard gear at any of

Kid Friendly Tahoe Without the Crowds

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When my 13-year-old daughter was in the throes of cancer treatment, one idea lifted her spirits and propelled her to kick butt. It was a desire to visit her favorite vacation spot, Hawaii’s Big Island, once she was well enough to participate in all of the activities that put it at the top of her must-do list. We entrusted this wish to the organization best suited for granting such wonderful requests, The Make-A-Wish Foundation. When my 13-year-old daughter was in the

The Healing Power of Travel

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Top Treks- Where to Travel in 2015 with Your Family

Top Treks- Where to Travel in 2015 with Your Family

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Geological wonder, rustic wilderness, wide open plains, and varied topographies, that’s just the be

A Family-Friendly Tour of the Eastern Sierras

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Big Island Day Trip! Things to Do in Hilo, Hawaii

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Nebraska is one of six states sectioned by the 100th meridian, that invisi

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Universal Studios Hollywood: Touring the Land of Movies

Universal Studios Hollywood: Touring the Land of Movies

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El Día de los Muertos, also known as Day of the Dead, is an elaborate and festive holiday celebrated with vibrant colors, flowered alters, face painting, theater, music, food, visual arts, and family oriented workshops. The vibrant holiday, which originated in Mexico, is celebrated throughout Latin America, and even in parts of the United States

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Smooth Jazz, rhythmic Cajun and Zydeco music, superstitious folklore, spicy fare that is French, Spanish, Caribbean, and African influenced, as well as varied landscapes including circuitous bayous, white sand beaches, and rambling prairies are just the beginning of what you’ll find in the alluring state of Louisiana.

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It’s Saturday nigh

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Is your family stuck on the vacation merry-

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Everyone knows what makes a travel resort family-fr

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The Big Island of Hawaii is one of the most remarkable places in the world for families to visit.

Hawaii, The Big Island: Nature Without Roughing It

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San Francisco with Kids: Exploring the Presidio

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This article is a repost from 2011. It is incredibly difficult to explain tragedies like 9/11 to children, especially when us parents are still struggling to understand something so monstrous ourselves.  We all remember exactly what we were doing the moment we learned that the twin towers had been hit. My alarm went off and instead of

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There are so many things to take care of before the family sets off on a trip; stop the newspaper, water the plants, find a sitter for your pets, and numerous other errands that trickle down a seemingly endless to do list. But what if there was one thing you could take off that checklist altogether? Why get a pet sitter when you can take yo

Kid Friendly Carmel (and Dog Friendly Too)

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Silicon Valley Tour – Adventures for Geeks of All Ages

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If you have ever pointed your car down California’s Highway 1 toward Monterey, you have seen the towers of the Moss Landing Power Plant crop up in the distance then grow larger and larger until you pass through the small town and leave them in your rear view mirror. I’ve been doing this for years completely unaware of what I was missing — a little gem of a fishing village located practically in my backyard!

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