Should we travel with kids unplugged, like 20 years ago?
Am I crazy? This may sound strange nowadays (and because you’re reading that online!), but I strongly encourage my kids and teens to leave screens at home and stay unplugged when traveling.
What are the benefits? What is the loss? What might happen choosing this option?
This is probably THE question every parents, including me, ask themselves one day, thinking about traveling as a family: “What is the best destination to travel with children?”
Actually, it’s sounds a bit like other big questions: “Where is the best place to live? What’s the best husband/wife? What’s the best job?”, and so it goes. At the end of each question, we can add: “on earth“. Which, of course, means endless and confusing possibilities. continue reading
Of course, Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Colosseum or Sistine Chapel are on top of your bucket list when you visit Paris or Rome as a family. How the presumed highlight of your stay may turn in a very disappointing experience ? Reality check : two hours standing in massive never ending line, kids contemplating trousers because there’s a wall of people in front of the paintings, making line half an hour to get a 20 seconds photo session…
A just launched travel blog is like a newborn baby: passed few weeks have been so busy feeding and taking care of it than I couldn’t find time to have a nice little chat! So finally I am very happy to introduce Travel with my kids and say a little more about travel as a family, and the way we travel as a French family.