Category: Travel

How to Conquer a Hike With Toddlers

We recently hiked Snowdon (Pyg Trail) and wanted to share what we brought for the twins and what I wore to ensure I made it all the way up and down. For the Kids Backpack carrier – obviously, this is a must. I made the mistake of forgetting my backpack carrier for Arthur’s seat in

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Paris Getaway – Part II – Day Trips

This is the second post on a three post series. If you missed out on checking how our travel time went, check it out here.  Day I To plan our trip out, we used an awesome site, Visit A City. This site gets so specific that it gives you the best times for visiting the

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Peterborough Cathedral Visit

Venturing to Peterborough Cathedral is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. The Queen Katharine (Catherine) of Aragon is buried here and the last weekend of January, there is a celebration of her life in England. Catherine was the daughter of Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon (Spain). Aventurándome

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Weekend Getaway To Scotland

  We are trying to take advantage of Michael’s four day weekends and travel somewhere each one. For Presidents’ Day, we decided to venture the 6+ hour road trip to Scotland. Now Scotland is HUGE so we decided to explore Edinburgh and Stirling. We left Friday mid-morning (we wanted to leave earlier but, well, you

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Weekend Getaway to Palm Springs

Since our move across the pond is less than a month away, we decided to take advantage of our 4-day Veteran’s Day weekend and go somewhere we haven’t been in California.  Palm Springs, California was our destination of choice – more like a staycation. The temps are starting to get cooler in San Diego, so

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5 Kid Friendly Places to ‘Fall’ in Love with San Diego

Fall is among us and there is nothing better than the crisp morning air, the changing color of the leaves, and the smell of cinnamon and spice everywhere. Since having Santiago and Sofia, I have looked for some fun activities that won’t break the bank to do this fall.  Harvest Festival The Harvest Festival in

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