Regardless of who you ask, one of the greatest joys of travel is undoubtedly the opportunity to eat cuisine from all over the world. People who really enjoy culinary arts usually take this a step further by enrolling in local cooking classes if their itineraries allow it. Taking cooking classes with young kids, or any kids for that matter, might not seem ideal, but there are plenty of appropriate cooking classes for families of all kinds.
Families with children of theme-park-age might want to put Jungle Island in Miami on their radar. The 80-year-old park is celebrating its multimillion-dollar rebirth as an eco-adventure destination with an eye-popping Festival of Lights, set to run through Jan. 8.
For well over 100 years, St. Moritz has epitomized the Swiss vacation at its most sophisticated. From its heavenly shoreline to its narrow streets lined with ultra high-end designer boutiques and refined dining, it offers its own brand of cultured fun. In addition to the neighboring mountain ranges quilted with ski runs of every description, it boasts many food and music festivals throughout the year.
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The largest indoor theme park in the Western Hemisphere opened for business in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and with another advanced preview opening on the horizon, kids may very well lose their minds. American Dream’s Nickelodeon Universe and The Rink — an NHL-regulation-sized ice skating and hockey rink — boasts more than 35 rides and attractions.