Category Archives: Holidays and Travel

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One of the best things about traveling is to try all kinds of new and delicious dishes, whether you are traveling in different regions or in the world. And it’s fun to get excited and eat things you wouldn’t eat at home for a week. But we all know the feeling for having too many consecutive days [The total lack of energy, the feeling of satiety, dehydration, headaches or hangover, the pronounced jet lag, the greatest vulnerability to disease]. All of these things can minimize the pleasure of traveling. And in the face of dietary restrictions, you know the extra frustration of trying to find good food that is good for you too! (more…)

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Whether you’re traveling by plane or car, preparing for your baby’s needs while on the go is critical to ensuring a safe and pleasant journey for all those involved. Young babies, from newborn to about 8 months old, require the most attention. Once children get older than this mark, traveling with them becomes a little easier.

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Christmas shopping is a huge hassle. When you hit the stores this year, you will likely find the experience a huge stress. What makes Christmas shopping even more difficult than it should be is not knowing what to get people. We all have somebody in our life who is impossible when it comes to presents. Sometimes it feels as though finding the right gift for that person is a nightmare. Why not think outside the box? Not all presents are material items. In fact, some of the best gifts don’t come in boxes at all. (more…)

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Taking a staycation has become increasingly popular over the last few years and the trend is set to continue for 2015. A staycation can also save your family money, with many family-friendly destinations offering camping and caravanning options that the kids will love. You can read more about family staycations on the Park Resorts blog. (more…)

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There are many destinations offering fantastic cultural experiences dotted around Europe and many of us would like to visit as many as possible, for a weekend trip or longer. (more…)

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Planning to take a family vacation in a few days or weeks? You’ll want to make sure that you’ve selected your hotel wisely. Opt to stay in a hotel that offers family-friendly amenities and services, and your trip is bound to go so much smoother. In the interest of happy family travel for all, we are pleased to present a few tricks and tips that can help you pick the perfect lodging.

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The winter is upon us and those dark and longer evenings are drawing in. There’s only so much TV you can cope with watching and if you’ve got your kids into a good routine, the hours between their bedtime and yours can sometimes stretch out before you.

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Sydney is the most populous city in Australia and is home to the largest natural harbor in the world. Known for its cultural diversity, Sydney is also the most visited tourist attraction in Oceania and for good reason too. The scenic Bondi Beach, the mesmerizing Royal National Park, and the transcendence of the Sydney Harbor all combine to make it a great city for tourists. (more…)

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Attaching a bike to the back of a car means that it can be driven out into the countryside. Once at the destination, the bike is unloaded and then the ride begins. (more…)

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The holidays are quickly approaching. Do you know the recommended deadlines for shipping your holiday packages?

It’s already the middle of November, and once Thanksgiving is over, the holiday chaos really begins from hectic Christmas shopping to frantically writing holiday cards and standing in long lines at the post office to send packages and cards to out-of town loved ones.  Different continents, including the UK, Europe, and North America have recommended ship dates and other holiday packaging tips so you don’t feel as overwhelmed. (more…)

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