By Sharon Lim We had the option of “stay on the safe side” and go for the normal summer travel in China where most people focus on the palaces, Great Wall, temples and tombs of the string of dynasties. However, my hubby and I decided to break out of the mold and go somewhere different. […]
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A Family Travel Guide to London -with Kids By Hannah Monahan Taking a trip to London with the kids? You have to read Let’s Take the Kids to London – A Family Travel Guide by David Stewart White. This detailed book gives you the places to visit with the family that perfectly mixes the history, […]
Back to Page One New Zealand For Kids- (continued) by Lauryn Axelrod, Wings over Taupo From Rotorua, we headed to Taupo, a tourist resort built on the shores of a giant volcanic crater lake. The primary reason for going to Taupo was to go Tandem Skydiving, something Josh had always wanted to do. In addition […]
Into the Woods: Fun Family Outdoors Adventures in New England Story by Berne Broudy Updated 6/4/2012 Nathaniel takes off up the trail, his little feet pattering on the rocks and roots. He shimmies up a rock too tall for his two-and-a-half year-old legs, with the determination and excitement of an explorer who has discovered uncharted […]
Jon and Loulou ascend a Mayan Pyramid. Educating through Travel: Pave Your Own Path By Peter Sacco Spend your nights in a seedy Panama City hostel at the age of 22, and a beachside Floridian resort when you’re 42. Travel when you’re young, then settle down, get a steady job, and quietly raise a family […]
Family Adventures in Puerto Rico By Kate Hartshorne Senior Writer I am sad to say that I had to return from Puerto Rico two days ago, leaving one of the best vacations I’ve had in a long time. We had eight glorious days in this tropical paradise, each day trumping the previous with the array […]
Fashion model Sarah Hartshorne overcomes her prejudice against New Hampshire with a stay at The Manor on Golden Pond, a small luxury hotel in Holderness, NH.
Family Destinations for Learning Vacations By Kyle McCarthy When it comes to vacations, the “best” for each family is a subjective choice based on circumstance and timing. When my family is exhausted from work and school, a “flop and drop” beach vacation sounds ideal. In mid-winter, an active ski break is irresistible. But when it […]
Block Island: A Tiny, Charming and Delightful Summer Destination By Kate Hartshorne I just got back from a three-day jaunt over to Block Island, a three by seven-mile stretch of paradise just 12 miles off the coast of Rhode Island. Block Island was deemed by the Nature Conservancy as “one of the twelve last great […]
Discovering New York City from a Different Angle By Meredith Bower Think you know the Big Apple because you’ve “done” the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Times Square and Central Park? Well, then you’ve only scratched the surface. With its five boroughs and countless neighborhoods, you can see a different New York each time […]
Stephen Hartshorne and his daughter Sarah visit Squam Lake in New Hampshire where they find great theater, fine art, fine dining and scenic splendour.