Pedaling Your Way Across The Big Apple

Pedaling Your Way Across The Big Apple The Cycling Enthusiasts’ New York There are a lot of things you can do with a bicycle which give it versatility. For example, bikes aren’t just modes of conveyance. Usually cycling enthusiasts are passionate, and like to work together for the edification of many—this is why there are regularly bicycle-based charity events. Cycling also benefits children and teenagers. Not only do they get the physical … [Read more...]

6 Things to Avoid Doing in New York

6 Things to Avoid Doing in New York If you had to choose just one place in North America to visit, then New York would probably be it - although this, of course depends on your taste for urban or rural areas. The Big Apple has it all; an indelible sense of history mixed in with modernity. The Statue of Liberty is there, as are the famously expensive swaths of Manhattan real estate. In fact, while you’re there, you it is best to take a … [Read more...]

4 Ways All-Inclusive Vacations are the Most Affordable for Families

4 Ways All-Inclusive Vacations are the Most Affordable for Families Having a large family can bring you lots of happiness. Being able to enjoy the company of your family members can allow your days to be filled with both fun and occasional stress. However, the key to being able to relax and unwind may rest in planning an enjoyable vacation. The tricky part of doing so is the cost that’s involved. Working to keep the expenses down can be a … [Read more...]

Romantic Holidays in Venice

Romantic Holidays in Venice 5 Things to see and do with your partner to make your visit unforgettable Sometimes you need a break. From the family, the kids and life in general. Reconnecting with your significant other during that break can turn a simple trip into a romantic getaway. And what place is more romantic than Venice? Perched atop 118 individual islands and linked by miles of canals and hundreds of bridges, Venice is a city that … [Read more...]

How to Ditch the Day Job and Travel Full Time

How to Ditch the Day Job and Travel Full Time Are you tired of feeling tied to a desk and getting ready to indulge your inner nomad? You don’t have to commit to a traditional home or job if your heart belongs on the road. Ditching the conventional and exploring a drastically new lifestyle is easier than you think. Eliminate Ordinary Expenses Image via Flickr by aag_photos If you’re ready to commit to full-time travel, one of the … [Read more...]

Traveling with Twins on Planes

Two to Kiss, Two to Love: Traveling with Twins on Plane  The “Two to Kiss, Two to Love” series is a helpful series on BabyCubby for all you twin mamas out there! This guest post was written by Jackie Hall, mom to three: twin infants and a three year old daughter. As I write to you, I’m on vacation with my parents in California. We plan to do Disneyland next week, but in the meantime, are visiting with my mom’s friend, Robyn. … [Read more...]

Top 5 Caribbean Destinations for Families

Top 5 Caribbean Destinations for Families Family vacations to the Caribbean are slightly trickier than other destinations because, while gorgeous, there are usually several limitations in place for the average traveler. A tropical destination is paradise to most adults, and recognizing this, most resorts and destinations have worked hard to attract as many adults to their shores. This means that finding a place that is family friendly and able … [Read more...]

5 Tips When Planning For A Cruise Vacation

One of the best modern vacation inventions has surely been the cruise—the ultimate solution to navigating your way through multiple holiday destinations. What makes the cruise so great is the sheer size and available activities on today’s ocean liners, which have everything you could ask for, from cinemas, clubs, and spas, to surfing pools, golf ranges, and climbing walls. So if you’re thinking of planning a holiday, here are 5 tips and reasons … [Read more...]

Traveling With Young Kids | Homemade Activity Book Idea

Traveling With Young Kids | Homemade Activity Book Idea During one of our family road trips, my oldest daughter and I tossed around ideas to keep Emma (5 1/2 at the time) and Ethan (4 at the time) entertained for nearly 5 hours in the car (each way). Kaytlin thought up a fun way to keep the kids entertained while still containing the mess so we didn’t have to dig for crayons or stickers between the seats and it went over so well I thought I'd … [Read more...]

Travel Kool Luggage for Teens and Tweens

Sample received. All opinions are my own. Heading out on a family road trip is made easier when you have tween inspired Travel Kool Luggage on hand for your tweens and teens to use. From the durable material to the roomy size, these hard case pieces of luggage are just the unique item your tween or young teen will want to use while traveling. Travel Kool Luggage has two great choices of designs that any tween or teen would love. Following … [Read more...]