Offering a practical and affordable place to stay, European hostels are becoming increasingly appealing to travelers with children. Hostels can offer families private rooms with en-suite bathrooms and to really keep costs dow...
Traveling Europe is very expensive and getting a cheap and clean accommodation reduce a good amount of expenses. If you look at the hotel rates they are sky high. This is the reason that families are also looking into hostels to fulfill their accommodation needs. Many hostels are also doing good efforts to increase their business.
With a little bit of planning, one can find decent prices here as well. We often stay at the Etap Hotel (http://www.etaphotel.com) or just find a local B&B. The Etap has nice bunk beds, kids love them.
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When it comes to Disney World, the more the merrier -- that's why our last two trips to Orlando's Magic Kingdom have been with larger groups, ages 2 to 62. Coordinating travel plans with a crew that spans generations and interests presents a unique set of challenges, however. Follow these steps to m... read more
Looking for an all-inclusive resort in Puerto Vallarta, located on Mexico's Pacific Coast? From Puerto Vallarta to Nuevo Vallarta to Riviera Nayarit, this area of Mexico is a popular destination for families, featuring a number of all-inclusive properties that cater to parents and children. Here are... read more