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Sometimes traveling with children under the age of 10 can feel like anything but a vacation. There are diapers to be changed, mouths to be fed, temper tantrums to be soothed, and an absurd amount of luggage to be hauled from place to place. But you can have kids, and take vacation, and enjoy it, too. Follow these tips for a truly restful vacation (sans babysitter).
Planning to fly your family on a cross-country vacation? Packing for air travel – and security – is daunting when it’s just grownups. Add kids to the mix and you might feel the start of a small panic attack. But there’s no need to stress. Simply keep these six tips in mind when packing and preparing
Road trips are the ultimate, classic family vacation. Whether you’re stuck in a small station wagon with no air conditioning or rolling down the road in a custom RV, there’s nothing that can compare to the memories made on those close-quarters vacations. And although you can make a road trip with any vacation route, there are also classic destinations worth exploring. Here are 3 of the best
The truth is that you can have a lot of fun with your family and kids in Chicago, no matter what you want to do. However, whenever travelling with young children, there are limitations that could appear. But the great news is that there are still countless interesting options that are available, ranging from visiting a pizza restaurant that has a huge menu to visiting some world renowned museums.
If you’re on the hunt for ways to keep kids entertained during the lull, a trip to Southern California should be at the top of the list. While there are countless amazing adventures waiting, San Diego is home to some of the best kid-friendly activities. Sit down with the kids and run through this list to plan the perfect itinerary.
If you’re planning a trip with the family, look no further than China. This huge country—one of the largest in the world—is home to a ton of fun and culturally-rich activities that will bring those sometimes boring history classes to life for your kids, while proving interesting for the whole family.