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Touristy Attractions

Iconic sites and touristy attractions are the Three O’s: Overrated, Overseen, and Overwritten about I have no problem visiting overrated, overseen, and overwritten about sites – or as I’ll refer to them, the “three Os”. See more here:  Touristy Attractions  Mail this postSHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Touristy Attractions", url: "http://annietravel.com/touristy-attractions-2" }); Technorati Tags: attractions, facebook, Hotels, kids, rest-planning,...  Read More »

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Scavenger hunt

One of my favorite activities to do on a trip – a photo scavenger hunt. Read more from the original source: Scavenger hunt  Mail this postSHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Scavenger hunt", url: "http://annietravel.com/scavenger-hunt-2" }); Technorati Tags: copyright, Cruises and Cruise Ships, Destinations, facebook, family, latest-posts, memory-keeping, printables, project, scavenger-hunt, travel, travel journal, travel-turtle, twitter  Read More →

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Rest planning

When I was a travel agent, I used to preview customer itineraries for the trips they were planning. I love planning itineraries See original here:  Rest planning  Mail this postSHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Rest planning", url: "http://annietravel.com/rest-planning" }); Technorati Tags: beach, Cruises and Cruise Ships, family-travel, flares, kids, project, travel, travel-advice, travel-turtle, twitter, Writing  Read More →

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Queues with little ones

While most people with young kids will say that flying is the hardest part of traveling, I disagree. I think it’s queues. See the original post: Queues with little ones  Mail this postSHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Queues with little ones", url: "http://annietravel.com/queues-with-little-ones-2" }); Technorati Tags: Destinations, encourage, engage, family, family-travel, game, meet-the-family, netherlands, people, playgrounds, printables, project, travel, travel-turtle  Read More →

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Parks, Playgrounds, & Picnics

Before I had kids I thought authentic travel experiences had to include places where locals drank or ate. Once I had my own kids, I worried that finding that local connection might not be so easy. Especially now that I prefer drinks and food via room service many nights – don’t judge, I never realized how enjoyable eating at a desk-turned dining table could be when the alternative is dealing with over-tired toddlers in a public place Read the original post:  Parks,...  Read More »

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