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Historic Ireland – Dublin & County Monaghan

Dublin always seems to be at the top of everyone’s list when it comes to traveling to the Republic of Ireland. As it should! Not only are there a million things to do in this city, but Dublin Airport is one of the airports you can arrive in when traveling with Aer Lingus, the official airline of Ireland. We
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Belfast…and Beyond!

When Americans plan a trip to the island of Ireland, sometimes forgotten is carving out the time to journey upward to Northern Ireland. Not only does the northern coast dazzle with incredible natural landscapes along the water, but the city of Belfast continues to welcome tourists into its open arms.  Here are the highlights from
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Relax & Unwind in Szczawnica, Poland

A historical landmark, as well as a relaxing spa destination, The Modrzewie Park Hotel and Pieniny Spa Resort in the town of Szczawnica, Poland, was built in 1938 by owner Adam Stadnicki. It resides in the midst of a larch forest, and the famous villa was originally dedicated to Stadnicki’s daughter. Today, revitalized by the Mankowski family, it is not only
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All photo credits: Tommy Rhyan

Dzień Dobry From Kraków!

Have you considered Poland for your next family vacation to Europe? You will be blown away by this beautiful country, and there is plenty to do in the historic city of Kraków. From the food to the architecture, this is one of our favorite Family Travel with Colleen Kelly stops. Here are the highlights from
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Into the Polish Highlands – The Beauty of Zakopane

Zakopane, a resort town known for its location right beneath the majestic Tatra Mountains, is the ski destination, often known as the “winter capital of Poland.” It is also a place of rich highlander culture and history that continues to thrive today.  Here are the highlights from our time in Kraków filming Season 7 of that we recommend
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Flying with Infants or Toddlers

It’s never too late to book a flight and travel to a foreign land with your family. The process of packing for your young one can be time consuming, since there are many aspects to consider. Before you completely freak out, here are some tips for a happy and stress-free flight.  1) Choose the right
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Family swimming in ocean in Tenerife

10 Reasons Your Family Won’t Forget a Trip to Tenerife

Tenerife is a beautiful Spanish island with lots to explore! Here are some tips on how to make your next family trip to the Canary Islands unforgettable.
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Keeping Cool in the Florida Keys

When it comes to planning a family getaway in the Sunshine State there’s no need to wait until winter’s chill sets in. The Florida Keys offer so much for families, you can justify a trip at just about any time of year. Even during the hot summer months, aquatic activities and amazing resort pools promise
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5 Tips When Applying for Passports with Your Family

Make the long process of getting their passports just a little easier. International travel with children is a challenge, but getting their passports shouldn’t be. Here are our five tips to make this process go a little more smoothly. 1. Be Prepared and Have Everything Together There is a lot of paperwork that goes into
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7 Rules When Road-Tripping with a Baby

Does traveling with a baby seem too tough for you to handle? Check out our seven rules to make road-tripping with babies a success!
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9 Vacation Activities Your Teens Will Love

Planning a family trip can be difficult, especially when considering activities for your teenagers. Teens are often caught in the middle while on vacation. They feel too old to play with the younger kids, but too young to do the more adult activities. If you’re ever short on ideas on how to make your vacation
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Talking to Children About Being Judgmental: Judgmental Flower

As I travel throughout the U.S. and abroad almost weekly, I have the opportunity to do a lot of people watching. I am proud to say that the majority of the people that I have encountered and observed appear to be good, respectful, kind people. I am very concerned however that in the future that
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