Another Saturday, and I’m ready to get through my things and then just relax. I don’t feel like it’s been the most productive week, hopefully next week will be better.. But anyway, let’s get back to tips for traveling with children.
- Airbnb is getting more and more popular. Why don’t you try to find a house or apartment that is already equipped for a baby. There are other advantages to having your own place, like being more able to cook, and having some more privacy.
- When you do want to go to a hotel with children, consider booking a suite. And make sure that the suite is more than just one huge room. That way, you won’t have to worry so much about being quiet and still when baby goes to bed.
- Carry some cash, especially some small bills when traveling. They come in handy when you need to tip someone. They’ll also be good to have around if anyone needs a quick snack or something like that.
- Children can usually exceed expectations, specially when they’re interested in something But unless you have an unusual baby, they aren’t going to be happy having a late dinner in an elegant restaurant. This is a time you’ll want to hire a babysitter and do a date night.
I would love to hear your thoughts or any funny stories you might have about traveling with children.