Tag: Travelling with kids

How Parents Can Enjoy Weekends and Holidays With Kids

| May 17, 2018 | 4 Comments
How Parents Can Enjoy Weekends and Holidays With Kids

How Parents Can Enjoy Weekends and Holidays With Kids Holidays are supposed to be the best days for working parents to take a tea break and unwind, but how can you enjoy a stress-free holiday when you have kids restlessly tumbling and rolling around while vacationing on a beautiful cottage in Cobourg Beach?     […]

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Family Road Trip Packing Checklist

| August 7, 2017 | 12 Comments
Family Road Trip Packing Checklist

      Family Road Trip Packing Checklist I always seem to bring everything except the kitchen sink when I go on a family trip, so it’s a good thing we have a Grand Caravan. I am probably not the only mom that does this, right? I bring a cooler for the beverages, another one for […]

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Affordable, Family Friendly Fun at the Grand Canyon

| July 8, 2014 | 21 Comments
Affordable, Family Friendly Fun at the Grand Canyon

At one time or another, most families have dreamed of taking a road trip to the Grand Canyon. This spectacular natural wonder holds a special appeal for everyone from ages 5 to 95 and, best of all, it can be as affordable as it is family friendly. Here are 5 tips to get the most […]

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Pools, Planes, and Potties: Top Travel Bloggers Talk Family Travel

| December 3, 2013 | 2 Comments
Pools, Planes, and Potties: Top Travel Bloggers Talk Family Travel

What happens when you ask five of the world’s top family travel bloggers to share their dreams, nightmares, tips, tricks, and family secrets? There’s painful honesty, a lot of fun, and endless motivation to travel, travel more, and travel with your family. Here’s what five of the best said about travelling with their children and […]

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Security Shakedown: Navigating Airport Security With Ease

| September 10, 2013 | 3 Comments
Security Shakedown: Navigating Airport Security With Ease

Everyone has a crazy story tell about airport security, from suspicious breast milk in 2002 to the liquids ban of 2006, to removing belts, shoes, and goodness knows what else. While many security measures may seem silly, annoying, or unnecessary, they do prove effective. Every year, American TSA agents confiscate thousands of guns and other […]

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