Tips for Travel with Kids of Every Temperament

This year our contributors gave recommendations for travel to more than a dozen new destinations, including the U.S. Virgin Islands,  Dallas-Fort Worth,  London, Catalina Island,  Kyoto,  Zion National Park,  Havana, and Philadelphia, just to name a few. If you’re looking for travel inspiration for 2017, remember you can always browse our recommended destinations in the left … Continue reading Tips for Travel with Kids of Every Temperament

The 411 on Kyoto with Kids

Kyoto, Japan’s “eternal capital,” remains surprisingly timeless. For one thousand years—794 until the Emperor moved to Tokyo in 1868—Kyoto was the capital of Japan. Now the former center of government bears witness to that history with more than 2000 temples and shrines, but with significantly fewer people and less urban development than the current capital … Continue reading The 411 on Kyoto with Kids

The Best Travel Purse for a DSLR Camera I’ve Found

For years, I’ve tried to find ways to travel less conspicuously with a DSLR camera and a healthy-sized lens. Of course, when the camera is out and working, the jig is up. But for all the times between point A and B—sitting in restaurants, walking through unfamiliar neighborhoods, or taking city subways—you don’t always want … Continue reading The Best Travel Purse for a DSLR Camera I’ve Found

The 411 on Bruges with Kids

With meandering canals and pristinely-preserved medieval architecture, Belgium’s city of Bruges is often referred to as the “Venice of the North.” The city’s colorful history stretches all the way back to the 9th century, when it was founded by Vikings.  Bruges flourished in the 14th century, thanks largely to its cloth industry, which attracted merchants … Continue reading The 411 on Bruges with Kids

The 411 on San Miguel de Allende with Kids

Today, it’s hard to imagine that the picture-perfect city of San Miguel de Allende was once almost on the verge of ruin. However, in the years following Mexico’s independence, this colonial city was gradually abandoned leaving behind only ornate churches and empty mansions. Until, that is, the 1930s when foreign artists, lured by the blue … Continue reading The 411 on San Miguel de Allende with Kids

The 411 on Carlsbad with Kids

The captivating shimmer of rescued treasures and inviting smell of old books permeate from antique shop entryways as visitors soak up this uniquely “European” city center situated on the beautiful Southern California coast. Carlsbad, California, has discovered its inner-glam and is not afraid to show it, offering visitors world-class dining, shopping and cultural events with … Continue reading The 411 on Carlsbad with Kids