Throw Back Thursday – Family Travel Memories At B&Bs, Guest Houses, And Hostels

As a general rule, when I plan vacations to destinations, I don’t typically stay at high-end luxury resorts. I seek out places I think other Americans might not find. Nothing’s really off limits: small hotels, B & B’s, guest houses and yes, even hostels. My family has experienced, and most of the time, enjoyed them all.  Read more HERE. Continue reading Throw Back Thursday – Family Travel Memories At B&Bs, Guest Houses, And Hostels

Segway in the Sonoma County Wine Country

When you think of the Northern California Wine country, chances are you think of wine. Maybe even grapes. But not kids and not Segways. Things are changing in wine country. Visitors of all ages are welcome. Gone are the days of leaving the kids at home. Families are on a roll and sipping their way through adventures worth bragging about to family and friends.  Read … Continue reading Segway in the Sonoma County Wine Country

Colonial Williamsburg with Kids

It doesn’t matter where you go, or how old you are, traveling is about learning. Whether you discover a new culture or a foreign food, you come home knowing something you didn’t know before. A family trip to Colonial Williamsburg takes the learning to a whole new level. The largest living history museum in the world, it offers a playground to the past.  Read more HERE. Continue reading Colonial Williamsburg with Kids

What I Want Saturday – FOUR SEASONS PRIVATE JET

Four Seasons launched its Private Jet experiences back in 2015. Soon those lucky enough to go on one will get to do so aboard an all-new jet. The custom Airbus A321LR will house only 48 seats, designed by Optimares and covered in Italian leather from Poltrona Frau. The seats fold completely flat for sleeping, and otherwise, each has its own personal ottoman for more comfortable … Continue reading What I Want Saturday – FOUR SEASONS PRIVATE JET

Pretty Places – Kinderdij, Holland

With Holland comes windmills. More than simply a piece of picturesque scenery, windmills have helped the Dutch live with the water that surrounds them for more than 1,000 years. A visit to Kinderdijk, home to the largest concentration of old windmills in the Netherlands, should be part of every family-friendly itinerary. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, there are 19 windmills that seem to … Continue reading Pretty Places – Kinderdij, Holland