Quinn family standing together at the lamai viewpoint in koh samui

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Town Square In San Gimignano

Stunning San Gimignano with kids. Everything you need to know

How to visit San Gimignano with kids. San Gimignano is the most famous hilltop town in the Tuscany region of Italy for good reason. It’s super pretty, the views are breathtaking and the people are friendly. The walled town is so quintessentially Tuscan you can understand why thousands of tourists visit each year. A visit

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Interrail Tips Head Off The Beaten Path

Awesome Interrail tips to help you plan your adventure

What I learned about train travel across Europe. And finally for my last post on our Interrail adventure – everything I learned after the trip. These are all the questions I had before we left and if you’re planning an Interrailing holiday, you’ll probably have them too. Before you start, if you haven’t already, then

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Crowds Outside The Cathedral In Pisa

Our fabulous 3 week Interrailing Europe Route

Interrailing Europe Routes with Kids As promised, I’ve finally got round to reviewing our 3 week Interrail route. I think it’s taken me this long to recover. We ticked off 5 wonderful European countries and countless cities and whilst it wasn’t a traditional relaxing family holiday, we learnt so much about ourselves and the places

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Review Of The Roca Nivaria Hotel In Tenerife

Roca Nivaria review, a family friendly hotel in Tenerife

Tenerife is full of family friendly hotels to suit all tastes and budgets. They range from the value end to luxury all-inclusive mega hotels. The Roca Nivaria Gran Hotel is definitely at the top scale of the options. If you’re looking for somewhere to completely relax and ensure the kids have plenty to entertain themselves

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tiny fishing boat with blue roof floating on crystal clear sea in rhodes

Destination Guide Rhodes, Greece

Rhodes, Greece With crystal clear waters and perfect sandy beaches, Greece is an excellent choice for your European family holiday. Rhodes is one of the most popular of the Greek Islands. It has numerous family friendly resorts, watersports galore and even a few medieval castles. Little kids will love a visit to the aquarium and slightly older

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The Amazing Lost City Area In Siam Park, Tenerife

Siam Park: tips for a fantastic visit with kids

Tenerife is one of the most popular family holiday destinations from the UK so it’s no surprise that it’s packed with kid friendly activities. It can be hard to choose how to fill those precious holiday days and decide where is best to spend your hard earned holiday budget. Top of your list should be

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Piper Quinn Looking Across The Bridge On The Way Up To San Juan De Gaztelugatxe

Visiting San Juan de Gaztelugatxe – AKA Dragonstone

I’ll admit it, I’m not a Game of Thrones fanatic. I’m still on series five and slowly working my way through (no spoilers please). But when I was researching unusual things to do in Bilbao with kids, I just knew we had to visit the islet of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe. Or more recently known

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fresh, hot corn seller on jimbaran beach

Destination Guide Jimbaran, Bali

Things to do in Jimbaran with kids Amazing sunsets, five star resorts, unbeatable seafood and fabulous beaches make Jimbaran a great place to stay when visiting Bali with kids. It is only 15 mins drive from the airport so perfect for a short stopover or if you are arriving after a long flight. The cost of

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Super Tree Grove In Singapore

Destination Guide Singapore

Singapore is one of the most family friendly places to visit in the world and a great place to start if you’ve never been to Asia before. It’s clean, modern and extremely welcoming but manages to retain some of the history and culture of other poplar destinations in South East Asia. The food is a

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Visiting The Guggenheim Museum Spain With Kids Blog

Our family visit to Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum, Spain.

Guggenheim Bilbao Of the many fun things we did during our recent visit to Bilbao, my number one thing to do in this fantastic Spanish city is a visit to the Guggenheim. Opened in 1997 the building itself is a fantastic work of art. The Guggenheim came about as the Basque government decided it needed

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