Kids N Trips is a new family travel Twitter chat series happening two Thursdays per month at 9:30am PT.
Here is why there is so much buzz surrounding multigenerational travel, trip ideas and tips for survival.
I turn 40 today. Though I can’t complain about the places I’ve been or the way life has panned out, there are still quite a few things out there in this big bad world that I’d love to see and do. The one thing you can’t always buy is time and who knows how much…
See why a family ski vacation at a resort like Keystone is a must.
It’s normal for kids to be nervous about skiing for the first time. Here are tips to help soothe their fears.
Get others to find your travel photos on Instagram and gain new followers by using hashtags like this.
Grab your 15% off discount from The Parking Spot here to use at airports around the USA.
This family-friendly luxury resort can include a butler that will pack and unpack your clothes and deliver morning coffee. Yep.
This Admirals Club in the Toronto Pearson Airport is a little dated and hard-to-find, but comfortable with good WiFi.
Don’t let the name fool you. Cheap Caribbean has an enormous portfolio of luxury resorts.
That time when my 5-year-old selected Kobe beef at a Robatayaki restaurant in Tokyo.
Hong Kong went totally beyond berzerk for this rubber duck floating in Victoria Harbour.
After a staycation at this family-friendly San Diego hotel, I understand why it’s a popular choice.
Of all the Four Seasons Resorts I’ve visited and written about, families rave about Punta Mita the most. Kids love it.
Don’t ever visit Jamaica without eating copious amounts of jerk chicken. Ever.
KidZania is coming to the U.S. but the location hasn’t yet been announced. We visited one of the Mexico City locations.
Yuma, AZ is 2.5 hours from San Diego by car, but did you know it’s a big agritourism destination?