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Colleen Kelly's daughters at a bavarian restaurant, from "Traveling with Teens to Europe: Munich, Germany"

Traveling with Teens to Europe: Munich, Germany

We all have missed traveling, and this year it seems everyone is back on board to start traveling—or even perhaps, planning that long-awaited European vacation!  This summer, I decided to bite the bullet and took the much anticipated trip with my family to Europe to show my teens Germany, which my husband and I visited
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The Underground World of Mallorca’s Drach Caves

The limestone Drach Caves, one of Mallorca’s main tourist attractions, is an opportunity to see one of the world’s longest underground lakes, as well as natural stalactite formations, and enjoy a classical music concert performed by musicians on illuminated rowboats. The beauty of Mallorca goes far beneath the surface—in Porto Christo, you can deep-dive into
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A nighttime view through green palm leaves of a lit up resort and pool below.

Los Cabos: Part 2 – For the Adults!

A family friendly destination; stunning mountains; an amazing, crystal blue ocean; and 350 days of sun per year! Now that traveling is opening up, are you itching to take not only a family trip but also a real girls’ trip (or guys’ trip) just to hang out and have a little fun? Well, I recently
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Los Cabos: Part 1 – For the Kids!

Ready for a spring break fit for the whole family? Whether you have kids, teens, or young adults that you are bringing along for a vacation, Los Cabos is a perfect getaway to warm beaches and accommodating resorts! Cabo San Lucas is a city that resides on the tip of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico.
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Mardi Gras in Lafayette: A Weekend of Revelry for the Whole Family

Mardi Gras in Lafayette shows the true spirit of Louisiana traditions, right in the heart of Cajun Country.   If there is ever a time to laissez les bons temps rouler, or “let the good times roll,” it’s Mardi Gras weekend in Louisiana. Mardi Gras in America dates back to 1699, when French-Canadian explorer Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville
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Welcome to Cajun Country: Introducing Lafayette

When I say Louisiana, you say…? Did you automatically think “New Orleans”? New Orleans may be a globally known hub for Louisiana culture, but if you travel approximately 3 hours west, you’ll hit the city of Lafayette, bursting with Creole and Cajun music, dance, and history. It is known as “The Hub City” of the area,
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Beginner’s Guide to London

"Whether you’ve been to London before, or it’s your first time across the pond, this city has so much to offer travelers."
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Inside the Hilton Paris Opera in France

Oh, la la! Paris is known as the city of love. A city that is one of my personal favorites. One can agree that you can always find and experience something new with every visit to the “City of Love.” My memorable experiences always start at the Hilton Paris Opera, which is an unforgettable experience
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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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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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Road Trip to Petoskey

After a long winter of being inside the home, you might just be in need of a family getaway… Look no further than the quaint area of Petoskey! This bustling northern Michigan town is located right on the edges of Lake Michigan, where the air is crisp and the vast waters beg to be sailed
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Taking a Staycation in Ireland? 4 Things to Do

The luscious natural landscapes and the warm cozy nights in quaint little pubs that Ireland has to offer make it a great place to live. Why bother blowing your budget on a package holiday overseas when you can explore the many places nearby that you may not have had a chance to visit in a
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