Several years back when I first created Toddlers on Tour I had many friends ask, why write about travel with kids? Who wants to take their kids on a holiday? That just sounds awful. However, I knew there were families out there wanting to explore the world and looking for travel tips on how to achieve their family travel dream. And it looks like I am not the only person who thinks travel with kids is a great thing. Last week (14 October 2017) on #TheWeeklyPostcard there were several family travel bloggers sharing their family adventures.
But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about.
#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 inspiration.
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. The Arm Chair Travel series is where I share with you, my favourite travel blog posts I have recently read.
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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.
So let’s start looking at all the different places people have been taking their kids.
The World is a Book explored Colmar, France with their kids.
Shere Y Paul took her kids walking and cycling through the Netherlands.
Smudged Postcard went on a lovely family holiday to Italy and shared 10 reasons why you should take your kids.
While Babah Baby Travel showed that you can even take the kids to more controversial destinations like the hippy commune in Christiania, Copenhagen – you just have to do a little research first to learn which areas to avoid.
I wonder what we’ll go on this weeks #TheWeeklyPostcard?