Follow our Road School Guide to learn how to teach your kids about D-Day while visiting France with your family with educational resources included!
The city of Paris may be synonymous with love and romance but it is also far more child-friendly than one might think. The city has attractions that will appeal to everyone and provides an excellent introduction to Europe and to another culture and language for families who are venturing abroad for the first time.
Paris has so much to offer and so much of it can be done without spending a dime. I have all of them detailed in my book ‘Your Guide to Visit Paris for Free’. These are my top ten kid-friendly free activities.
Photo by: Bigstock.com/Boris Stroujko Mont St. Michel appears like a mirage when visitors first lay eyes on it, looking as if it is floating off the coast between the Normandy and Brittany regions of France. Depending on the bay tides, it is sometimes completely surrounded by water, while other times it appears shrouded in fog, looking […]
The first time we traveled with my youngest son to Mexico, we found ourselves on a fairly isolated beach on the far tip of the Yucatan Peninsula. Other beachgoers comprised of a few other American tourists, but primarily British and French families on holiday, plus quite a few Mexican families off of school and work […]
Biking Vacations allow your family to take in the sights from a different and more active point of view. From big cities to small, scenic towns, bike your way through your next vacation.
Whether you’re headed to a small museum nearby with kids, or visiting a bigger, famous landmark, these tips can help make your visit more pleasant when touring a museum with kids.
A family cruise can be just the solution for parents who would like to introduce their children to Europe but are concerned about the logistics of planning a trip.
Traveling to Europe can be a trip of a lifetime. Ease your stress of planning the perfect trip with these tips from moms who have traveled to the great cities of Europe with their kids. Join them in their joie de vivre approach to life.