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How To Take A Couples-Only Vacation With Your Kids
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How To Take A Couples-Only Vacation With Your Kids

You might think that the title of this travel blog post makes absolutely no sense but you’d be absolutely incorrect. There IS an easy way to take a couples-only vacation WITH your kids and it makes financial sense to do so too. I explain how to do it and run […]

Records and Root Beer From Coast to Coast During An Alaska to Atlantic Epic Family Summer Vacation
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Records and Root Beer From Coast to Coast During An Alaska to Atlantic Epic Family Summer Vacation

The skeleton of our two week drive from Washington state to New Jersey has been assembled for sometime but now the connective tissue and some of the joints of those 14 sunny summer days we’ll spend behind the wheel of what will surely be a jam-packed Kia Sedona are finally, […]

Memories of The Burren in Ireland with Kids
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Memories of The Burren in Ireland with Kids

Ireland with kids was lovely. But Ireland for us was complicated. As I wrote upon returning home from vacation last summer, the Emerald Isle proved something of a cataclysmic glitch in our epic U.K. holiday and, ultimately, in our marriage. We overcame, barely, and have grown significantly as people and […]

Now Is The Time To Travel. Right Now. Before The Winds of Isolationism Blow Through Our Sails
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Now Is The Time To Travel. Right Now. Before The Winds of Isolationism Blow Through Our Sails

While the opportunity to travel internationally is not, and will unfortunately never be, equally distributed, travel itself, the sheer notion of leaving the creature comforts of home to discover, explore, taste, smell, try, learn and seek…something, something else, something new or foreign or just plain different from what we know, […]

Travel Photography: Giant’s Causeway Northern Ireland
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Travel Photography: Giant’s Causeway Northern Ireland

Any time your family has the opportunity to visit a seaside archeological site created by a volcanic eruption from 60 million years ago that happens to also have a pretty rad mythology behind its creation, you kinda have to get there even if it means blowing past Belfast and your […]

The Perfect Day In Italy with Kids on the Island of Procida
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The Perfect Day In Italy with Kids on the Island of Procida

It was many years prior but we’d once spent a portion of a single day in Naples and, frankly, that was plenty enough for me. Granted, the largest portion of the small-ish portion of that single day occurred mostly inside and within spitting distance of the city’s central train station, […]

Cruise Port Review: The VIP Treatment on the Beach in Ocho Rios Jamaica
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Cruise Port Review: The VIP Treatment on the Beach in Ocho Rios Jamaica

Sometimes you know immediately that you’ve made the correct decision. It took me about, oh I dunno, 25 steps or so to see that in choosing the Bamboo Beach Club VIP excursion during our Ocho Rios port of call stop while cruising on the Carnival Splendor this fall, we absolutely […]

The Best Medieval Castle in England
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The Best Medieval Castle in England

My wife hit a couple of balls out of the park during our U.K. road trip, most notably a gem of a restaurant find in Liverpool and the recommendation to visit Bodiam Castle on our 2nd to last day in England. Why was a visit to Bodiam Castle a home […]

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