Month: November 2013

  • Travel to a Vegas Winter Wonderland With the Family

    Travel to a Vegas Winter Wonderland With the Family

    It’s going to be a happy holiday season in Las Vegas, as well as a well-lit one and there is no better time for a family to travel to Sin City. With ice rinks and light shows to culinary indulgences and stunning shows, Las Vegas strikes a perfect balance between pleasure and parenting. Here’s a […]

  • Cyber Monday Travel Deals in Europe

    Cyber Monday Travel Deals in Europe

    You can give the gift of European rail travel this holiday season with travel deals on Cyber Monday offered by Rail Europe. One of the best gifts I ever received in my late teens was a Eurail Pass. It allowed me and a friend to explore the classic European cities to our hearts content without […]

  • Travelzoo Launches Interactive Map App for Kids

    Travelzoo Launches Interactive Map App for Kids

    I love nothing more than bringing the world to life to my children. We have the map on the wall with pins marking all of the places we have traveled to, we have puzzles of maps, we let the girls try to navigate on road trips (this has made for some interesting pit stops). Just […]

  • The Turkey Task Force to Aid Holiday Travelers

    The Turkey Task Force to Aid Holiday Travelers

    Travelocity’s Turkey Task Force will once again be on hand to assist holiday travelers. The 13th annual Turkey Task Force team of travel experts  will be stationed at the country’s 10 busiest airports providing airport status reports, travel tips, money-saving advice and other helpful information via Twitter and live television interviews the Tuesday and Wednesday prior to Thanksgiving. Travelers […]

  • Winter Dreams Come True With Disney’s New World of Color

    Winter Dreams Come True With Disney’s New World of Color

    I feel very lucky to have been invited to attend the new World of Color – Winter Dreams at Disney California Adventure and it was made even more fun since I was able to see the show through the eyes of my 4-year-old daughter…quite literally actually, since she was sitting on my shoulders for most […]