Browsing: Family travel

Our First HomeExchange.com Experience in Paris, France

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I had written earlier last week how we had decided to use HomeExchange.com for our holiday trip to Paris for my grad school present. HomeExchange.com is a vacation alternative where you trade your  home (apartment, or condo – or whatever you live in!)  for an agreed upon time frame.  You pay a minimal monthly fee to see the various listings. At this time it’s about $10/month for a year commitment. When I had posted our apartment on the HomeExchange.com website, I didn’t realize how fast things would start moving. Within three days, we had offers to exchange from Dubai, France,…

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Family Travel: Hershey Park, Pennsylvania

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Memorial Day Weekend marks the start of summer which means lots of family travel in the next coming months. I wanted to re-share with you one of our memorable trips that we made last year to Hershey Park. Hershey Park is a perfect family friendly place, with just the right kind of rides for even the littlest ones. We definitely hope to go back again this year. So, here’s my post in its entirety. Enjoy it! ~~~~~ I had decided that we needed to start making family memories, doing those things that families do:  going to Disneyworld, Great Adventure, Coney…

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Baby Rentals Help Out During Family Vacations!

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Sooner or later, it will be summer (rain, rain go away!) and we will all be going away in some version or another. Going on vacation with tots-in-tow could test your logistical preparation skills. From the toys, to the snacks, to the DVD player and the DVD’s to go along with it, to the band-aids and the kids ibuprofen,  you’ve already got a lot on your mind so thank goodness for the companies that can provide all of the other things that you may forget or are just too big to carry such as a high chair, pack and play, baby bathtub…

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Family Travel: Hershey Park, Hershey Pennsylvania

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I had decided that we needed to start making family memories, doing those things that families do:  going to Disneyworld, Great Adventure, Coney Island.  I had decided that Disneyworld was too far and too expensive, Great Adventure was probably too old for our girls and Coney Island was too close (I wanted to make a weekend out of it).  So our first stop in the family amusement park arena would be to Hershey Park.  In my very own memory bank, I remember my parents taking me to Hershey, PA and going on this 5 minute rinky-dinky ride that was a…

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