Curacao is a family vacation paradise in many ways. The small island nation, not far from Venezuela in the southern Caribbean Sea, was our destination for a two-week escape from this past year’s prolonged New England winter (actually they’re all long). It’s taken most of a year for us to get our blogging act together, […]
Looking for things to do in Munich with kids? We were too! After flying into Germany from Oslo, we spent about 36 hours exploring Munich on our way to our good friend’s wedding in a small town north of the city. We packed a lot of fun into that short visit and of course focused […]
This post is all about Oslo vacation ideas for families, including how to get to Oslo, where to stay, where to eat, and things to do. Maybe we are just becoming city people (unlikely) but we loved Oslo. There are tons of great family activities, it’s easy to get around, and it’s cheap and easy to […]
The first 5 days of our spring 2016 Europe vacation were spent discovering awesome things to do in Oslo with kids, as well as good Oslo cheap food spots and some beautiful sights. In this post we’ll focus on the kids activities – there are a lot of them! Oslo has a lot to offer […]
Hello Trekking with Twins readers! Sorry that we’ve been absent from our various online homes for some time, but gut renovating a house and welcoming a new baby tend to fill up your days (and nights). One of our goals for 2017 is to breathe some life back into Trekking with Twins and keep sharing […]
We love San Francisco. Kat and I have visited on our own and now twice with the kids. There are no shortage of activities but here’s our favorite fun things to do in San Francisco with kids.
We found the East Bay to be a great base for exploring the rest of the Bay Area, but we also really enjoyed spending time in East Bay itself. We enjoyed some really fun activities for the whole family. Here’s our list of fun things to do with kids in East Bay.
While Magnolia Plantation & Gardens was overall a more kid-friendly plantation experience (mainly due to the petting zoo), Boone Hall Plantation and Farms should not be overlooked. In particular, the u-pick produce at Boone Farms is definitely worth a stop if the season is right.
We honestly didn’t see a lot of Charleston’s Waterfront Park, but the bit we did see was so much fun that it made our list of favorite spots in Charleston. The fountain at the end of Concord Street is one of the best splash fountains we’ve been to anywhere.
Some days you’re just looking for something easy and fun. Brittlebank Park fit the bill for us – it was across the street from the hotel (easy) and had a big playground as well as fishing pier (fun).