The year has started off with a bang! Experiential travel is hot for 2018, and we’re seeing families from around the world covet vacation time more than ever, as it’s their best opportunity to disconnect and subsequently, reconnect. It seems we have to work harder and harder to get true quality time together as a family,…
The destination is booked. Your hotel is set. Now, how do you transform a trip from ordinary to extraordinary?
You can always wait until you arrive and ask the concierge, a fine option for many trips, or you can take advantage of Internet to try and find those few unique experiences that will ensure your are creating a trip your family will remember a trip for a lifetime.
This is the first of a series of posts we’ll publish around Spring Break ideas. The trend these days is that families—like other travelers—tend to book vacation plans last minute, i.e. the time is right for deciding where to go.
Our friends at Trekaroo have a network of Moms across the country that review family-friendly destinations—a fantastic resource for Spring Break ideas!
I was just reading about The Q Family Adventures Legoland experience and it reminded me of our trip to check out the best kid-friendly San Diego hotels last August. For us, the stand out feature at Legoland vs. other amusement parks is that there are so many age-appropriate activities for toddlers and young children.
Although I wasn’t wowed by many of the lego sculptures (I thought this would be the highlight), the lego cities were amazingly intricate replicas of my USA favorites—New York and San Francisco.
If you are still toying with the idea of a quick holiday getaway, it is not too late to put something together – many hotels still have rooms available and are offering discounts …