You’re Crazy to Travel to Europe With Children

Europe with children

We believe travel to Europe with children is such a bad idea we even took our son to Giverny to experience Monet’s home and gardens.

I recently had a conversation with a few well-traveled people about the idea of travel to Europe with children. The consensus was that they wouldn’t dream of doing it, certainly not before the child turned 10. I politely disagreed, pointing out that we traveled to Europe with our son when he was 5. I was told we have a unique child, basically that we’re lucky.

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London Experiences: My Do-Over List

London experiences

This list of must-do London experiences is my “do-over list” because I’ve been to London three times through the years and feel I’ve experienced a lot of the highlights of this world-class city. I mean, I proposed to my wife of now 15 years on the banks of the River Thames in London. In sports terms I’d call that my London walk off. The thing is that came on my first day ever in London way back in 1998. Needless to say, I’ve had some great experiences in London since then, many of which I would put on any must-do London experiences list. But I have plenty of what-if moments. Here are a few.

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Attending a Premier League Game in London

Attending a Premier League game

White Hart Lane

Attending a Premier League game at Tottenham’s White Hart Lane in London stands out as one of my greatest sports travel experiences. Yes, I’m a fan of Spurs, so being able to attend a game at their home pitch stands out. But more than that, attending a Premier League game for the first time opened my eyes to the beauty of football in its birth nation. And as the 2013-2014 season just concluded Sunday, I find myself reflecting on our experience of attending a Premier League game. Continue reading

Five Ways to Experience London With Children

London with children

Traveling internationally with children can be a daunting task to parents. But if London is the destination that has you worried, there isn’t much need to be concerned about traveling to Great Britain’s capital with children. From massive museums and parks, to glorious castles and palaces, plenty of royal charm, and a bird’s-eye view of it all, London with children isn’t a chore to be dreaded. London with children is a magical trip to be cherished. Here are five ways to experience London with children.

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