Now that we've been back for a few weeks, I've had a chance to think about exactly why our Monograms Travel Adventure to Italy worked so well. Here are the five things that stood out for me:
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We are Italy-bound this week! What will make it easier is that for this family trip I haven’t had to figure out all of the logistics. Instead I’ve left it to the professionals at Monograms.
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.
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.
It's like going to Philadelphia and ordering a "Philly cheese-steak" or asking for "French Fries" in Belgium. There are just certain things you shouldn't do when ordering Italian food in Italy.
We're sharing a few of the ways Halloween around the world is celebrated. Take a peek and see if any of the options on this list inspire your family to change things up this year!
We're into month two of self-isolation at our house and if there's one thing I've learned, it's that there's almost nothing that a good snack can't temporarily solve.
Wondering if your family travel habits are similar to those of American travellers? A recent survey by online travel seller Ebates digs into how and why Americans travel.