A selfie is a fun source of memories, but it doesn’t have to be the only one. You can help your children — who are lucky enough to actually travel — maintain some of the memories of what they experience. Among these few simple activities, one or more may enhance their memory banks by assisting them to identify, classify and remember what they have seen and done. It may also facilitate their ability to distinguish between why they liked one thing and not another, which is in itself an important learning experience.
The Marriott Bonvoy Bold™ Card recently launched BoldFamilyTravel.Chase.com, an interactive, online resource allowing families to plan future travel together. The launch followed the Marriott Bonvoy Bold™ Card Survey of parents and grandparents that revealed most parents believe children are important resources for planning family vacations and that one-third of parents don’t currently involve their children in planning but would like to.
As summer comes rolling to an end it's the perfect time to plan a last-minute trip with the family before the hectic schedules of fall get in the way. What better way to spend some time together and get away from home than with a last-minute road trip?
Taking the family on a cross-country road trip this summer? It may sound like the perfect idea and a great chance to bond while exploring our great country, but, with a few wrong moves, your idyllic, classic American road trip could end up more like something from the National Lampoon franchise. Here are four mistakes you’re definitely going to want to avoid.
While it might not be in the budget to hire a cleaning service every week or two (as helpful as that would be), it can definitely be an expense worth making. Hiring a cleaning crew doesn’t have to be as unobtainable as it may seem — once you shop around and find a reasonable price, it’s a great way to multitask and prep for specific occasions.