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The 411 on Boston with Kids

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Veronique Autphenne

Véronique Autphenne grew up on three different continents and has had a passion for travel ever since she can remember. She has settled in Alexandria, VA, and still travels as often as possible with her husband John and three boys. She started Pax Travel Design to help busy families realize their travel dreams while staying sane in the process. Vero runs the blog, Belgium with Kids, wrote the e-book Brussels with Kids, and co-founded All Over the Map. Follow her on Twitter: @veroautphenne and on Facebook: Pax Travel Design. Her favorite moments, both on the road and at home, tend to involve food, family, and lots of laughter.
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Boston is chock full of American history, and I don’t mean the boring kind. You can feel it on the cobblestones under your feet and taste it in a bowl of authentic New England clam chowder. From Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride to the Boston Tea Party, Boston is alive with the kind of historical and … Continue reading The 411 on Boston with Kids

The 411 on The Berkshires with Kids

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Veronique Autphenne

Véronique Autphenne grew up on three different continents and has had a passion for travel ever since she can remember. She has settled in Alexandria, VA, and still travels as often as possible with her husband John and three boys. She started Pax Travel Design to help busy families realize their travel dreams while staying sane in the process. Vero runs the blog, Belgium with Kids, wrote the e-book Brussels with Kids, and co-founded All Over the Map. Follow her on Twitter: @veroautphenne and on Facebook: Pax Travel Design. Her favorite moments, both on the road and at home, tend to involve food, family, and lots of laughter.
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Maybe it’s the lungfuls of fresh mountain air, dips in cool lakes, and miles of hiking trails. Or maybe it’s the outdoor symphonies, literary haunts, and impossibly charming New England towns. For all these reasons, the Berkshires have been attracting visitors (and repatriates) for centuries as a place to escape New York and Boston’s summer … Continue reading The 411 on The Berkshires with Kids

The 411 on Cape Cod with Kids

Amy Bingham Kang

Amy Bingham Kang

Amy Bingham Kang is a proud 'Capeifornian'...a California mom lucky enough to have parents who call Cape Cod home year-round.
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Cape Cod rises like a strong, flexed arm from the southern end of Massachusetts into the Atlantic ocean. Boasting hundreds of miles of scenic seashore, Cape Cod is nearly synonymous with “family vacation,” and of the 3+ million visitors that flock to the Cape each summer, most are families coming to spend time together at … Continue reading The 411 on Cape Cod with Kids