Families with kids visiting Barcelona are sure to have a lot of fun as it is a very child-friendly city. The locals are very appreciative and tolerant of kids in all sorts of public places – not at all worried about noise! Walking along the attractive, tree-lined, wide avenues of central Barcelona where many of [...]
Whether you are planning the perfect summer trip to the beach or a getaway to visit grandparents for the holidays, traveling offers the opportunity for adventurous and exciting times. However, nothing can ruin your family vacation faster than motion sickness. Although motion sickness most commonly affects adults, children between the ages of 5 and 12 also have a high risk of experiencing motion sickness when travelling by car, airplane or boat.
Family road trips are a great and often inexpensive way to spend vacation time with your children. However, they can also be immensely aggravating for the entire family when your children start to get bored and restless. As an avid road warrior and a parent of three young children, I've been through numerous ups-and-downs while traveling by car. As a result, I've mentally developed a lot of "lessons learned" when it comes to hitting the highway.