Take Your Kids to Europe: How to Travel Safely (and Sanely) in Europe with Your Children

Take Your Kids to Europe, 8th: How to Travel Safely (and Sanely) in Europe with Your ChildrenA coworker of mine was talking about her husband’s new job where he received a $5000 sign-on bonus, and how she hoped she could now take the family to Disney World. I didn’t get the Disney trip when I was growing up, but I sometimes think about it for my children. Personally, the thought doesn’t excite me, but if it’s going to mean something for my kids, well, then I’m open to the idea.

I wonder, though, maybe there is something else out there that we all could enjoy? Like, say, traveling overseas? Ireland, The Netherlands, Spain, France – these places stand like magical wonderlands in my mind!

Can an eight-year-old have fun in Paris? Can you entertain a teenager in Madrid? Will an extended family vacation to Europe be a unique and rewarding experience? According to this book, “You bet!”

“Take Your Kids to Europe” is a practical and comprehensive guide to traveling throughout Europe with your family. Inside you’ll find all the information a family needs to survive and get the most out of a trip to Europe – from finding the best family-friendly accommodations, restaurants, and entertainment, to dealing with the differences in language and culture you will experience.

For families planning a holiday anywhere in Europe, this will become an invaluable resource to not only surviving, but thoroughly enjoying every moment.

From the Back Cover

“The Overseas Travel Guide for Thinking Families”
Can an eight-year-old have fun in Paris? Can you entertain a teenager in Madrid? Will an extended family vacation to Europe be a unique and rewarding experience? Absolutely, says Cynthia Harriman, who has gathered the wisdom gained from months of travel abroad with her family into this comprehensive and essential guide. Inside you’ll find all the insider information a family needs to
survive and get the most out of a trip to Europe.

Look inside for invaluable tips on:
• Accommodations and restaurants
• Customs and cultural differences
• Language skills
• Hostels, camping, and home exchange
• Recommended sites and activities
• Finding affordable fun for the entire family

About the Author

Cynthia Harriman is a writer and a self-employed marketing consultant in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Her travel articles have appeared in the San Francisco Examiner, the Washington Post, the Chicago Sun-Times, and various European magazines.

Review

“Finally there is a get-down-and-dirty manual for traveling with kids in Europe! [This book] is fun to read and filled with practical tips for traveling families…[with] limited budgets.”
Rick Steves, Europe Through the Back Door

This book is available online at Amazon.com.

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About Lisa Simony

Hello, my name is Lisa Simony, aka MomStar, a Grand Forks, North Dakota, blogger and mother of three! I suppose I'm just another mom, surfing the stars of family, health, money and travel (when we can get away with it!) ... oh, and food (mmm, food)! I also blog at my siteThe Mama Lisa, www.themamalisa.com
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