2011 Family Travel Guide

by Deborah Cruz
I am very excited be collaborating with Sarah Wilson of One Savvy Mom and to give you our candid take on some of the top Family Travel Destinations in the United States.

When it comes to traveling as a family unit, there are definite challenges that can present themselves especially when traveling with young children.  Because all destinations and hotels are NOT created equal, we have compiled some fabulous destinations and accommodations that will make your next family getaway a success. We will showcase reviews for some excellent Family Friendly Destinations (Hotels, Cruises & Attractions) that you won’t want to miss when booking your next family getaway.

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4 comments

A Mommy in the City 2011/04/06 - 9:12 am

Can’t wait!

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Truthful Mommy 2011/04/11 - 11:02 am

Me either! I am so excited to be doing some traveling and sharing with all of you the great places that are family friendly. It’s so hard with kids. We just want to make it easier for all of you to know what’s out there.Stay tuned reviews to come soon.

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Katie 2011/04/07 - 11:56 pm

So great! I’m always amazed at how hard it is to find family-friendly room set-ups. None of the online travel consolidators (orbtiz, expedia, etc) I know of let you search by suites. With a 4 yo and a 13 mo, if we don’t have a suite then we all have to go to bed simultaneously and, well, that just doesn’t happen. Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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Truthful Mommy 2011/04/11 - 11:04 am

Katie,
Believe me, Ik now. I hate having to go to bed at the same time as the girls. It would be nice to actually get to enjoy a vacation:) I’m going to see what we can find that is family friendly. I will share all my finds on here!

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