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Charming Quebec City

“Here they come!” shouted Ross, our youngest son, and ran ba... Read more

Top 9 Things To Do in Roanoke

Check out these nine ways to have fun in Roanoke. Read more

Pop Over to London

As Americans we are linked to Britain in many ways, includin... Read more

Enchanting Puerto Rico

Sometimes light, sometimes a little more intense, the warm r... Read more

Hit the Slopes in Canaan Vall…

Skiing is challenging for me, but my kids absolutely love it... Read more

Cozy Mystic, Connecticut

The first time I saw a beluga whale, he smiled at me and win... Read more

Get Hooked on the 1000 Island…

Ross, my seven-year-old, and I leaned over the railing and p... Read more

Adventures in Baltimore

Whenever I take my son Ross on a trip, my fervent wish is th... Read more

Southern Sweden

An accident on vacation is every parent’s nightmare. A... Read more

Daydreaming in the Florida Ke…

The Middle Keys offer a chill vibe—perfect for R &... Read more

Whitewater Rafting in West Vi…

Sometimes when you travel you have to face your fears. At le... Read more

Magic & Memories

I knew it was coming: the obligatory trip to Disney World. I... Read more

12 Arizona Adventures

Once I asked a friend, who happens to be a pilot for United ... Read more

Vacation in Virginia

Been working hard lately? Spending too little time with your... Read more

On the Slopes in Wintergreen

Living on the coast definitely has its advantages. There&rsq... Read more

Europe with Kids

Never again, my husband, Peter, said when we returned from a... Read more

With a giant puff of smoke and the screeching of metal on metal, the steam train lurches from the station in Hoorn, a cozy city…
Welcome to Part 3 of my family’s adventures in Ireland, a land with heart.
Welcome to Part 2 of my family’s adventures in Ireland. a land with heart. You can enjoy Part 1 here. Our next stop was Westport,…
Every place has a history, but in Ireland the past seems more tangible. Maybe it’s because the people still feel connected to the past, to…
“It’s smelly,” Lauren’s daughter Rachel said when she heard Peter, Ross, and I would be visiting York’s Viking museum the next day. Hmm, I wondered…
As Americans we are linked to Britain in many ways, including our language. You might even have a family connection to the British Isles. My…
The first time I used a Eurail Pass was when I was visiting Europe with my mother on an if-it’s-Tuesday-this-must-be-Belgium whirlwind tour. We arrived in…
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