We travel agents get this question a LOT from parents with little ones. Generally the answer to this question is "yes". There are however, several points that you may want to consider when it comes to sleeping like a baby when you're all on vacation together.
2018 promises to be another good year over for the travel industry but particularly exciting for the family travel market. Research done by the Family Travel Association have been predicting about an 8% growth in the $150 billion dollar family travel market. Affordability is always a key motivating factor when it comes to making family vacation decisions. With the passing of President Trumps "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" that was signed into law on Dec. 22, average American families can expect significant tax refunds this spring. My travel agency has already started receiving calls from hard working parents looking to spend this new found money on a memorable travel experience with their family.
Imagine this conversation over a bowl of breakfast cereal...
It's incredibly EASY to book a flight and hotel online.
My 3 year old grandson Bear had a sleep over with Grandma this past weekend. He loves flipping thru the pictures in the adventure travel brochures I have stacked in my office.
Everyone has google. There are also lot of online travel companies out there that all promise you the cheapest vacation around. Many people use them, so why should you go to a travel agent?
Halloween and horror stories seem to go together. This year, it got me to thinking about travel horror stories.
We all want to stay safe when we fly. Still it's a major pain going through airport security checks....taking off your shoes, pulling out carry-on liquids, pulling out tablets and laptops. This hassle is compounded when you're a family with kids trying to navigate your way through an airport to your plane.