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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.

 

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Travel Journal

Travel Journal

Dispatches from around the world

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What Kind of Babymooner Are You?

Henley Vazquez

Family travel begins with the babymoon—a chance to slow down before the baby arrives, squeeze in a dream trip before more complicated travel logistics, or just lounge in an adults-only infinity pool while you can. Read on for some of our favorite babymoon destinations, whether you want a far-flung escape in France or brain-off staycation in NYC

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Top 12 Hotels of 2016

Nicole Rubin

This year has been a big one at Passported HQ. We feel lucky to with so many wonderful clients on exciting trips from Anguilla to Zagreb. We hate to play favorites with hotels because we really do love them all dearly, but he's our list of the most booked Passported hotels this year. 

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Nonstop Ski Flights for New Yorkers

Henley Vazquez

Time to pull out the snow gear and start planning for a season of snow. If you’re an East Coaster who prefers the fluffy stuff of the West, it’s also time to book some flights, since the nonstops to the Rockies can cost a small fortune. We’ve mapped out the trips that New Yorkers and their neighbors can take that get them nonstop from cityscape to mountain high. 

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Sailing the Hudson

Henley Vazquez

Travel writer and mom-of-two Nubia DuVall Wilson chronicles her family's globetrotting adventures on Encounters with Nubia. She recently left the kids at home for a city staycation and learned a thing or two about sailing the Hudson River. Read on for her tips on where to stay (with or without the children) and how to pick up a maritime sport without leaving Manhattan.Travel writer and mom-of-two Nubia DuVall Wilson chronicles her family's globetrotting adventures on Encounters with Nubia. She recently left the kids at home for a city staycation and learned a thing or two about sailing the Hudson River. Read on for her tips on where to stay (with or without the children) and how to pick up a country club sport without leaving Manhattan.

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Free Flights for Crying Babies

Henley Vazquez

We're already huge fans of JetBlue when it comes to flying with kids of any age, but this Mother's Day promotion makes our team love them even more. On a cross-country flight (New York aaaaallllll the way to Long Beach), the crew announced that every time a baby cried, every passenger would receive a 25% discount on their next flight. Four cries, free flight for everyone. 

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Road Trip Redux: Eastern Edition

Henley Vazquez

Have you been taking so many airplanes, that you're like, "Dude, where's my car?" Well we're bringing back the road trip in a big way! So pack up the station wagon (or SUV), fill 'er up, get out those license plate bingo cards, and check out our picks for best road trips from cities east of the Mississippi.

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Talking Shop with Of a Kind's Claire Mazur & Erica Cerulo

Henley Vazquez

Friends in fashion: for those of us less stylishly oriented, these are the girlfriends who keep tabs on up-and-coming designers so we can make a purchase that counts as cool every once in a while. Which is why we stalk everything that pops up on the curated shopping site Of a Kind. Founders Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo are the kinds of women we idiolize, with impeccable taste, a sense of humor and a constantly rotating supply of limited edition accessories, clothing and home decor. We recently chatted them up for designers to know, travel must-haves and destination intel from Brooklyn to New Orleans.

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How to Stay Healthy on the Road By Lauren Imparato

Henley Vazquez

Lauren Imparato, the founder of I.AM.YOU, is known for her groundbreaking yoga classes—her disciples sweat and center to the grooves of a live DJ—as well as her nutrition programs. Her classes drawn thousands around the globe, and she was recently named as one of Athleta’s Top 100 Women in Wellness. She’s also an inspirational entrepreneur, a woman who ditched the trading floors of Wall Street to build her yoga empire—and she’s a friend. I caught up with Lauren over coffee and croissants recently and grilled her on advice for how to mesh a heavy travel load with a healthy lifestyle. Her advice: totally sane and incredibly helpful. Look for me doing lion breaths on my next trans-Atlantic flight. 

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