“Shh, listen. Do you hear that? It’s Asia calling.” John must have said that about a dozen times (a day) during our recent anniversary trip to Istanbul. Then he’d squint and look out at the Bosphorus and reminisce about the time he spent in Asia, with nothing but the clothes on his back. In truth, more »
We arrived in Antwerp on a sunny Wednesday afternoon and were immediately struck by the number of bikes crowding the wide bike lanes. People of all ages, including kids, were heading home either for their lunch break or, in the case of the children, because they are off from school every Wednesday afternoon. If you more »
Sounds like a dream trip for the young train lover in the family! Ride the Rails through the Royal Gorge and Visit the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park featuring over 360 acres of trains, history and fun! Trip includes flights and hotel accommodations. OR A Chance to Win 1 of 20 weekly drawings for Chuggington more »
We’re looking for DC area family travel bloggers and tweeters. @familyitrips @theculturedkid@kaztx – anyone else?
Kids Euro Fest coming to DC in mid-October! http://ow.ly/6HH4E
No, just on vacation. We’ll see you in September, with lots to say about beaches and animals and surfing and families and bicycles and buses and cars and surreys and seafood. Lots and lots of seafood. And bananas. Totally bananas. -Paige and Vero
This post was first published on June 5, 2011 as a guest blog on The Great Family Escape. How we managed to get an eleven-year-old all-American girl to knowingly eat donkey meat was a story in itself. We did not trick her, exactly.* I think it was just that we’d been walking all day, she more »
Guest post by Deborah Schull Easy to find, harder to define is the Irish pleasure of craic. The loose translation from the Gaelic is “fun,” but it can also mean good company, having a laugh, or a joke, crackling music, and a drop of the cratur (moonshine or whiskey). No matter; families can enjoy it more »