It’s been a quiet summer for my family when it comes to travel. My girls’ schedules have dictated more stay-cation type summer adventures, but I live in the Northern California Wine Country, so I have no reason to complain.
The Napa and Sonoma Valleys has a reputation for being adult-only destinations. ‘Leave the kids with the grandparents and go’ type places. Once upon a time that may have been true.
Many people are willing to drive great lengths to see leaves change in the fall. That’s me! Fall is my favorite time of year to travel.
This season, we’re participating in holiday travel blog caravan on Best Family Travel Advice. Our contributing experts as well as bloggers from around the world will share their best tips for traveling with kids by answering a weekly question. Given that fall has officially begun, we’re kicking things off with an important topic: What are some great locations to see fall foliage with kids?
Welcome Travel Blogger’s Caravan! Today is Ciao Bambino’s giveaway day. We’ve joined 15 fellow travel bloggers in a holiday giveaway featuring a wide assortment of fun prizes.
We’re giving away a night at The Westin Verasa Napa Valley. Read our kid friendly hotel review of this fantastic wine country venue.
In addition to Passports with Purpose this holiday season, Ciao Bambino will participate in the first (and, hopefully, annual) Travel Blogger’s Caravan. We invite you to follow 15 top travel bloggers for a chance to win cool prizes.
Prizes range from hotel gift cards and overnight stays—to digital cameras and noise-cancelling headphones—to luggage and camera bags—to travel guidebooks and DVDs.
Granted, there is not the same energy and bliss in the Bay Area when spring arrives—versus say Chicago—given that our winters are mild. That said, I have a few favorite local excursions …