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Where To Stay In Innsbruck With Family

Hotel Sailer A Family Friendly Hotel in Innsbruck

by Karen, Sep 22 2018 Looking for a family friendly hotel in Innsbruck? We recently stayed at the Hotel Sailer in the heart of this beautiful city and after the hotel disaster we experienced in Prague, this was an absolute breath of fresh air. Here’s what we thought of our stay during our recent trip

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piper quinn on a rope swing in a hotel in key west

Our USA Hotel Reviews All over The USA

  Our USA Hotel Reviews The USA seem to offer every accommodation option available. Navigating which are family friendly and stay within your budget can be a bit mind boggling. I’ve written up reviews on my favourites from around the states and will be updating this guide as we go. Hopefully you’ll find one to

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Prague With Kids Blog

Our Ultimate Guide To Prague With Kids

by Karen, Sep 11 2018 Prague is an absolutely stunning city, there’s no escaping the breathtaking architecture and culture that surrounds you on a visit but whilst that’s enough to make most adults fall in love with the place, it’s unlikely to keep the attention of most kids (for long anyway). So to help the

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Prague With Kids Guided Tours

My Favourite Family Friendly Activity in Prague

by Karen, Sep 04 2018 With so many museums and activities vying for your money and attention in Prague it can be hard to choose which ones to visit, especially if you’re only there on a fleeting visit. We tried out quite a few on our recent stay and my absolutely favourite were the guided

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Museum Of Bricks Prague

Family Fun at the Museum of Bricks in Prague

I don’t think I know a child who doesn’t like Lego so when I discovered there was a Museum of Bricks in Prague, I knew we had to visit. Piper in fact loves Lego so much we took a couple of packs with us to build on the trains during our European rail adventure and she

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small girl walking next to huge rock face leaving footsteps on a yellow sand beach

Destination Guide The Algarve, Portugal

  The Algarve, Portugal With many low cost airlines flying to Faro the Algarve in Portugal can be a great value European destination to visit with the family. There is so much to do in the area that you may want to extend your stay to ensure you get a few days relaxing by the pool

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Brussels With Kids

Ten Epic Things to do in Brussels with Kids

Do not believe what they say, Brussels is a brilliant place to visit with kids, there’s loads to do beyond the obvious beer and chocolate tours (not that there’s anything wrong with that) and with the Eurostar heading there direct from London St Pancras, it’s super easy to get to making it the perfect family

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Radisson Red, a fun, family friendly hotel in Brussels

by Karen, Aug 18 2018 The first hotel launched under the Radisson Red brand, this family friendly hotel is a great place to stay in Brussels with kids if you’re looking for easy transport links to all the main attractions but in a quiet enough location to avoid the crowds. Hotel Location Situated in the European

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Mini Europe, the perfect antidote to Brexit Blues

by Karen, Aug 15 2018 Is anyone else feeling a little Brexit blugghhh? I think I’ve found the perfect place! One of the reasons for planning this great big European adventure was the uncertainty about what happens post Brexit and we were desperate to show Piper some of the best bits of this wonderful and

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Atomium In Brussels

A Family trip to the Amazing Atomium in Brussels

by Karen, Aug 12 2018 If there’s one thing I recommend doing in Brussels with kids it would be a trip to the Atomium. It’s an absolutely outstanding structure and even more exciting, you’re allowed inside the balls! It’s not actually in Brussels city centre, you need to get a train for about half an

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A visit to the Choco Story Chocolate Museum in Brussels

by Karen, Aug 05 2018 Brussels is famous for many things, its beer, the Manneken Pis and a square practically covered in Gold but a sure winner for kids is the gorgeous silky Belgium chocolate which somehow manages to taste even better in it’s home country. If you are visiting Brussels with kids a trip

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