Posadas

Elyse Glickman

Multigenerational
Aug 14, 2019

Foxwoods Casino & Resort: A Winning Hand for Family Travel

The family that plays together, stays together. For this reason most casinos have kids and teen clubs, a shopping mall and a pool area to keep them busy while the over-21ers partake in games of chance, grown-up live shows and craft cocktails. Foxwoods Casino & Resort, just outside Mystic, Connecticut, and a short drive from New York City and Boston, has a different game making it a worthy stop on a longer road trip or a tidy long weekend vacation for those living nearby.

Wherever Awards 2019

By Whereverfamily.com, the trusted travel source for the modern family, announces the winners of the Wherever Awards.

Diving Back Into the Drive-In

A half century ago, the outdoor drive-in movie theater was more than an entertainment venue. It was a national institution, giving Americans of all ages an opportunity to enjoy several pastimes at once: taking in a "popcorn" movie, eating outdoors and hanging out with friends and family.

Luxury
Aug 4, 2019

Railway To Heaven: Glacier Express Train Reaches New (Alpine) Heights

Since the early 1930s, various iterations of the Glacier Express introduced passengers of all ages to the natural, historic and (later) UNESCO-designated wonders of the Alps between Zermatt and St. Moritz. It is branded as “the world’s slowest high-speed train,” winding through the hills and valleys over the course of seven hours and delivering tons of photo-ready vistas and slices of life in the process.

Take Me to Tahiti

Mana is the life force Tahitians believe connects all things. Feel the mana for yourself on a visit to the islands of Tahiti, and sample some of these activities as you connect with the breathtaking nature of the South Pacific. Fly Air France from the United States to Tahiti in the most convenient and comfortable way and let your holiday start on board.

Ripe for Exploration

Although Stellenbosch is known worldwide for putting South Africa on the map, Franschhoek (which translates to “French Town” in Afrikaans) is deservedly a favorite weekend haunt for Cape Town. While it delivers plenty of grown-up and sophisticated wine experiences, many of its wineries and businesses recognize oenophiles may have kids in town. Here, you will find successfully cultivated attractions and activities intended to engage curious young minds and expand young palates.