There are germs everywhere in our daily lives, but when we travel, it seems we are more susceptible to picking up unwanted viruses. Maybe it’s the fact that we are confined in an airplane with all sorts of airborne bacteria, or we . . .
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Winter weather can be atrocious, but in Chicago we are used to it, and try to have a supply of fun winter activities for kids ready to go at any given moment. As locals know, it is important to have plenty of activities at your . . .
We are thrilled to have Nadeen from The Sophisticated Life sharing her favorite cruise tips. Whether you are considering a Disney cruise, Norwegian cruise, or one of the other major ships, these tips apply to all cruise lines. . . .
If you are looking for some winter family fun, Lake Placid is an excellent destination to visit. Located 5 hours from the New York City and Boston areas, nestled in the stunning Adirondack mountains (here are . . .
Chicago is one of the best cities to visit during the holiday season. The holidays begin in earnest in Chicago with the Magnificent Mile Lights Festival at the end of November. There is a spectacular night time tree lighting . . .
As with previous posts, I've put together a list of books we have read with our children or recommend for reading with children before traveling abroad. These books will hopefully provide some inspiration before heading to England . . .
If you have never visited Epcot, you don’t know what you’re missing. Think of traveling around the world, but never leaving the confines of the United States. Well, central Florida for that matter. Think “It’s A Small World” on . . .
When we began our search for what to see and do in Tuscany with kids, I was shocked by not only how large of an area (close to 9,000 square miles) Tuscany actually covers, but by how much there is to explore. My first piece of . . .
When we first found out our youngest had a peanut and tree nut allergy, we did what a lot of parents do, we panicked. How would he survive? There are nuts in everything! And then you hear all the horror stories . . .