Enjoying an evning walk. Tag a friend that you enjoy evening walks with! I enjoy this walk with the kids, @eckeronscott and @traveling_moe
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Usually we pick up a SIM card when we are traveling, but we are only in Paris for 21 days (need a minimum of a month before I buy a sim card)so we use maps and local landmarks. This #canal is an easy one to spot, and helps guide us home. #familytravel#lostinparis#raininparis
Forget your traditional western breakfast habits with bread jam and scrambled eggs! In Japan, get ready to eat sashimi salad rice fish as early as 7 am.... and don’t dare to bring your coffee mug or attempt to boil an egg.... just eat it raw 😜 #japanculture#japanskiing
Sometimes the truest holiday that you can give to yourself is to be away from all the things you normally see and do back home.
Tag someone who needs that kind of holiday!.
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Embracing winter but counting the days (157) until summer! I may or may not be plotting an escape or two. ☀️
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We are currently in the snow ⛄️ at #Niseko (keep up with our Insta stories for more ❄️❄️) But we are always planning the next lot of Travels and we head back to the Maldives soon! Where’s your dream travel destination? Check out our review of @wmaldives on our website - link in bio 😊 #wmaldives 📷 @luxefamilytravel
If you are planning on coming to the Catskills for a getaway from NYC you probably already know there is no shortage of hotels here. Although there are many hotels, there is only one (that I know of) which can trace its history all the way back to the revolutionary war – and to George Washington himself – The Winter Clove Inn. In the late 1700s, as the country was still recovering from the war, a family that had served the country well could be expected to receive a reward in form of land. And so, the Slater family who were noted for their bravery and sacrifice in American fight for independence received a 400 acre tract of land in one of the former colonies – New York, a gift signed by George Washington himself.
The family created a small homestead on the tract of land which would later be known as the Catskills region, and like many contemporaries set up a farm. In the 1800s with the new boom of tourists looking for a getaway from NYC, part of the home was converted into an Inn. The inn became more popular with time and so more and more property was converted. Today, the Inn, which has had many transformations is still owned by the same family, the one who’s heroism earned them a gift signed by George Washington.
This girl is FILLED with personality and I absolutely love seeing it come through in our photos. She is carefree, funny, joyous and extremely kind (most of the time). The quality time we spent together this past weekend was priceless. As much as I want to keep her this small forever I'm really looking forward to being able to look back at the memories we've created when she's moving out or possibly starting a family of her own. What memories did you create this weekend whether you were home or away? #thetravelingchild