Couples Travel

Heather's latest for National Geographic Traveler's Intelligent Travel blog offers up both "with the kids" and "without them" options for seeing beautiful British Columbia.

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Milan Graffiti Art Surprises

Wild and raucous. Loud and demanding. It dares you not to look and you'd be a fool to agree, because along with the clean and pristine, this "I've got something to say and the paint to say it" attitude is also Milan.

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North of Milan and South of Switzerland, the quaint town of Chiavenna offers plenty for families including a palace that will leave the kids intrigued and have you catching your breath over and over again.

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One way or another though, this has to be handled . The rat's nest isn't the same without her.

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The news is grim. Fear of travel is high. There are bad people out there.
You should still go.

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There are two ways to approach March Break:

1. Embrace the family time and plot out a week of together time

2. Run away
I present some options.

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While the amount of travel review options out there can be overwhelming, I know first hand from our RTW travel experience that it can make a huge difference in the outcome of your trip. But how do you decide which review to trust? Here are some of the guidelines I use to help narrow the options.

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