Top London Sights for Families

Headed to London with pint-sized travelers? They may not take well to visiting yet another historic attraction or quietly sitting through a tour of multiple cathedrals and castles. For kids with small attention spans and lots of energy, these are the spots you want to see. The London Eye Easy, quick and centrally located, the […]

Salt Caves Offer Respiratory Respite

It turns out “Halo” is much more than a Beyonce song — the word for “salt” in Greek is getting as much buzz in the spa-trend world as a certain Supreme Court nominee on Twitter. Salt cave spas turn down the lights and turn on the detoxification rituals, in many cases plunging participants into a […]

Family Hotels in Portugal

Choosing where to stay during a visit to Portugal can be as difficult to decide as which beaches to have fun in the sun. Here, we take a look at a handful of family hotels in Portugal and its varying regions. Hotel Concha If you and your family are looking for a beach break, consider […]

5 Great Places to Take Kids in St. Louis

It’s clear St. Louis loves families, with plenty to keep them busy. Many other museums and attractions have exhibits and programs designed for young visitors, but these top the list of family experiences. Gateway Arch The 625-foot symbol of the city’s role as the Gateway to the West is the first landmark everyone will notice, […]

Scandinavia’s Christmas Markets for Families

When we think of Christmas markets, we almost automatically think of Germany. Visions of spicy lebkuchen and cups of steaming hot mulled wine spring to mind, as do the cities that made the German word Christkindlmarkt a familiar one in any language. But dazzling Christmas markets are a long-standing tradition in many other parts of […]

Wine Tasting with Adult Children

As a little girl, my family lived in Southern California. During a summer road trip, we were en route to Yosemite National Park when my parents “surprised” us with a side trip to Napa Valley. Considering my sister and I were in the second and fifth grades, respectively, we were not too excited at the […]