Family Travel

Believe it or not, learning to pack light for kids doesn't have to be any harder than packing for yourself. There's just a few key things to keep in mind. We're sharing tips and asking for yours.

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I've been trying not to share this picture with you all day. I wanted to wait until I could tell you the whole story behind it, with the fact and figures it demands. But I can't wait anymore because the experience I had today was so incredible that I want to share it with you now...

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My goal was to not embarrass myself; their goal was to teach me to make a world-class sorbet and sell it to an unsuspecting public. This is Gelato University in Italy.

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Avoiding traveler's diarrhea isn't only about taking your medicine. Traveling while hungry - as we do - requires using some common sense and resisting some impulse actions too. A few things to remember

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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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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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This time, it's a new-to-me destination. I'll spend most of my time in the Lombardy region (Hello Milan!) exploring the area's UNESCO World Heritage sites, intoxicating culture and delicious regional foods.

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