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Delft Long-Term Stay Lodging Options

Delft is an ideal launch-point for adventures in the Netherlands. It’s connected to neighboring cities Den Haag (The Hague) and Rotterdam by rail, an easy 12-25 minute trip. Further, Delft is an easy 40 minutes by train from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport and under an hour from Amsterdam proper. Since I can think of no better […]

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Manor House Country Hotel // Review

This post contains affiliate links.  If you’re looking for a getaway with your family in Northern Ireland look no further than the Manor House Country Hotel in Enniskillen. We spent two nights enjoying the property and surrounding area as a relaxing end to our Northern Ireland trip. The Manor House Country Hotel sits on the […]

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Where to Stay in Barcelona with Kids

Finding a place to stay with kids is typically the most stressful part of trip planning. We ended up trying out two hotels in Barcelona, one was moderately priced and the other was a luxury hotel. Here is the rundown on both! Eric Vokel Boutique Apartments  The Eric Vokel Apartment Hotel BCN is perfect for […]

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Landal, Coldenhove: A Vakantiepark Weekend

The Vakantiepark is a European vacation staple which we’ve come to appreciate and enjoy. The Dutch call it “camping.” In reality,  it’s a small equipped cabin with pay-per-service amenities and all the activities you could ever want. Although Europeans often book a week or more at these parks, we’ve found they are best suited for […]

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Alternative Amsterdam Lodging with Kids

There are always a lot of questions about finding a great place to stay when visiting Amsterdam. There are plenty of hotels, but finding something that is particularly kid-friendly can be difficult. On a summer weekend we decided to do a four day staycation in Amsterdam. We wanted to have the car with us so […]

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