We are huge Disney fans, and every good Disney fan has heard the legend of Tivoli, the amusement park that Walt visited that, at least partially, inspired the creation of Disneyland. When we began planning our trip to Denmark, Tivoli was at the top of our list of must-sees. Read on to get tips on getting there, learn some fun facts, and find out just how much Disney was inspired by the Tivoli.
Taking a road trip is one of our favorite ways to travel. Whether we set out from home, or fly to our destination and rent a car, road tripping is the best way to get an up close, personal feel for the places you are traveling. You can camp, stay in hotels, or some combination of both. Having the flexibility of driving a car around means you get to go where you want and when you want, without relying on tour guides or public transportation.
However, once kids enter the equation, some families give up on the road trip as a viable vacation option. Maybe they’ve seen the Vacation movies too many times, or maybe they just don’t think they, or their kids, will enjoy being cooped up in a car together for hours on end.
Well, we at My Vacation Pants have taken many fun and memorable road trip vacations with our kids, and we’re ready to tell you our secrets to making the most out of your automobile-assisted adventures with the entire family.
As we are about to embark on one of the biggest family vacations of our lives, I have been reflecting on vacation planning practices that we do before we go on a trip. We are about to travel to Europe for a month, which obviously requires some major planning, and I am trying to find a balance between getting things done in my day-to-day life and getting ready for my upcoming trip. It’s tough, but I have some tried and true methods that make sure the planning goes, well…according to plan. Here are a few of them, so you too can have peace of mind before you head out on your epic vacation adventure.
How to Actually Rest (but still do stuff) While on a Vacation
I absolutely love to relax on vacation. After surveying other friends and family members, I realized that many people don’t really know how to fit in getting some rest while traveling. As a result, they don’t really want to travel because they just feel tired at the end of vacation, and then they are tired when they go back to work and their normal lives. Read on to find out my tips on how to actually relax while vacationing.
It’s easier than you think. Number five will blow your mind!!! (I put that in as a joke for my husband 🙂
Well, I just got back from my amazing trip around New England, so get ready for a series of posts about my fantabulous (that’s totally a word) trip! My husband and I are all about finding cheap airfare and then planning a vacation around that location. We usually fly to the cheapest place we can find, and then do a little road trip loop around the area. That’s exactly what we did for our most recent Spring Break Trip. We flew into New York City (JFK) because the husband found airfare on Jet Blue from Palm Springs, California to JFK, for a ridiculously low $132 a ticket. Of course we had to snatch up that deal. We plotted a route that would start in NYC and take us to Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, (with a short drive through New Jersey), and back to New York City. We spent two nights in NYC at the very beginning of our trip and did a whirlwind tour. Get ready to get all the hot tips you ever wanted on traveling to NYC with two kids while staying on a budget. Read on to find out how we did it.