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Minivan Road Trip Prep

This post contains affiliate links. We traveled all around Europe by train, plane and sometimes in an RV. Moving to the United States meant more time in the car. We upgraded to the perfect family road trip car – the minivan. As we log miles traveling the southeast we’ve figured out a few tips and […]

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Our Favorite Road Trip Toys

We have been on the road most of the summer and with even more planned this autumn, we have honed in on some of the best road trip entertainment that doesn’t involve screens. It is not a secret that we love our “movie van.” I’m happy to drive a few hours with the videos playing […]

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Fountains of Salzburg

Our visit to Salzburg was HOT. It was July and the heat was absolutely unrelenting. Luckily, Salzburg has plenty of fountains which are perfect for beating the heat with kids.  Hellbrunn Trick Fountains  You are sure to get wet on this tour of the trick fountains of Hellbrunn Palace.  It’s a great tour and worthy […]

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Visiting Salzburg: Schloss Hellbrunn

Tips and Tricks for bringing the kids along to Schloss Hellburnn & the Trick Fountain Tour As palaces go, Schloss Hellbrunn in Salzburg packs an unexpected punch in terms of attractions. Visiting Schloss Hellbrunn can easily eat up a day of your Salzburg itinerary. We enjoyed strolling the grounds, visiting the castle museum, taking the […]

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Visiting Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle is often called Cinderella’s Castle. Neuschwanstein is surely one of the most beautiful castles I’ve seen, however we had to fight the crowds to get these stunning views. Our summer visit was ill timed, but the only time we were going to be in the area. We opted for a quick pop in […]

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Swimming in Innsbruck Among the Mountains

Swimming in Innsbruck at Waldschwimmbad is the perfect way to take in amazing views, experience This post on Swimming in Innsbruck contains affiliate links.  Europe’s heat wave was beating down on us so we jumped at the opportunity to take a dip in one of Innsbruck, Austria’s open air mountain pools. We love mixing in […]

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A Week In Provence With Kids

I recently read an article that tackled the question, “Tuscany or Provence?” That was the first time I thought of the two locations comparatively. Italy’s Tuscany is a magical place full of history, vineyards and culinary delights. France’s Provence is, well, describable in very much the same way. Interestingly, we visited both Tuscany and Provence […]

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