Arm Chair Travel #22


Last week was Father’s Day here in Aus.  I hope you all had a lovely day sharing some time with your Dad and your kids spoilt their Dad.

With the family spirit in mind, a few travel bloggers shared on #TheWeeklypostcard how they spend time together as a family.

Welcome to the twenty-second post in the Arm Chair Travel series.

The Arm Chair Travel series is where I share with you, my favourite travel blog posts I have recently read.  As Toddlers on Tour is now a co-host of #TheWeeklyPostcard (learn more about that HERE) I thought the Arm Chair Travel series would be a great way for me to introduce you to some enjoyable travel posts I found during the previous weeks link up.

#TheWeeklyPostcard is a place where travel bloggers can share all their travel posts.  You will find travel blog posts offering travel tips, packing lists, accommodation reviews, yummy places to eat and destination inspirations.

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Grab a cuppa (or wine 😉 ), sit back in your arm-chair, and join me as I show you what I discovered in the world of travel on #TheWeeklyPostcard.

Travel bloggers share their favourite travel posts

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If you thought that having kids was going to slow you down from travelling and exploring – you thought wrong.  Bebe Voyage shows just how much you can explore in one day in the city of Chicago with two young toddlers in tow.

A (Summer) Day in the Life of a Mom in Chicago

Hilary Style shows that the adventurous hikes don’t have to stop when the kids arrive.  You just have to choose options that suit all ages.  Join the Hilary Style family as they explore Zion National park.

Family Friendly Hiking in Zion National Park

If you are still questioning whether take the kids travelling, with thoughts of “well what’s the point the kids won’t remember the places when they are older”.  Well, that may be true.  But family travel offers so much more than just memories of visiting a location.  Adventure Dawgs explains seven ways travel benefits kids.

7 Ways Travel benefits Kids

So now that you know kids can adn should travel, where will this weeks #TheWeeklyPostcard take us?

Toddlers on Tour



About Sally-Ann Brown

I am Sally-Ann the author of Toddlers on Tour. I am a wife and mother who has always had a passion for travel. I love sharing my experiences and lessons learned to help you have a better family holiday or day trip.
Read “All About Me” under the “Home” tab to discover my story and what lead me to here.

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