Each year more than 5 million families vacation with 3 generations. Here are 8 tips for taking a vacation where everyone from toddlers to grandparents can have a good time.
Transitioning from my Paris honeymoon to my daily routine has been hard. Two years ago I wrote a post about how to beat post vacation blues, so I thought I was prepared.
This summer Francis and her grandchildren are participating in the SJMN News 2013 Road Trip Scavenger Hunt. The goal is to snap photos of 20 items during your summer travels.
Grandparents are always looking for ways to bond with their families. These tips for multi-generational vacations will deepen the relationships among the generations.
At B&Bs, we’ve met couples of all ages, mostly friendly and outgoing. If you like hearing stories, you’ll love the camaraderie that develops around the breakfast table.
Multi-generation vacations can be tricky but this one exceeded my expectations. My husband, daughter, son-in-law, two granddaughters and I spent a week in Puerto Vallarta.
Gualala is a great Valentine’s Day destination if you’re looking for ocean views and walks on the beach. The name comes from the Indian phrase “Where the water flows down.”
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