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We are parents, too. We think traveling well and traveling with children shouldn’t be mutually exclusive. We have limited vacation time, and we’re not spending our few days of freedom in lousy hotels eating bad food. We know the world is full of wonderful resorts, cool urban escapes and far-flung lodges that can make our time with our kids count. We want it all, and we don’t think it should be so hard to find. So we’re going to share it with you.


Happy Parents' Day!

Travel Journal

Travel Journal

Dispatches from around the world

Happy Parents' Day!

Amber Hunter

To say parents work hard is an understatement. And while we think you should  always show your parents some appreciation regardless of a holiday, we also aren't opposed to those days that are completely in celebration of all the hard work they do. In celebration of Parents' Day this July 24th (yeah, we didn't know it was a thing either), we thought we'd share some of the best travel advice we've received from our parents. 


My parents were both academics, so they didn't have a big budget to travel. But they stretched their dollars to travel when they could, and they weren't afraid to endure inconveniences (long layovers, less-than-lux hotels) to make a trip possible. Although I'm admittedly more fussy than they are, their can-do attitude and their sense of adventure stuck with me. 


My parents' travel philosophy was to always take us along even when we were really little. They believed (as I do now) even if you're a baby the experience of traveling is important and will always stick with you. I can vividly remember sitting on diapers in the back of a rental car in the south of France, my youngest brother must have been about one year old. Traveling from a young age has definitely instilled a greater sense of perspective in us and made us more curious about the world. 


My father was born and raised in Germany in a time when traveling between borders in your own country was impossible so when my sister and I grew up in New Jersey we packed into a car every summer and drove all over Europe. For my parents the ability to travel was a privilege and every summer was a journey. From bunking in train cars and fueling up in beer gardens to long car trips, I learned to go with the flow and keep on for the sake of seeing and experiencing new things/people/cultures.