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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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This or That? Twin Farms, VT or The Point, NY

Henley Vazquez

Each fall, we receive a slew of trip requests for “somewhere upstate,” “nature… but with a gorgeous hotel,” “leaf peeping, long walks and good food.” Our suggestions nearly always include two all-inclusive standouts: Vermont’s sprawling gem of an estate, Twin Farms, and upstate New York’s famous lakefront resort, The Point. Recently, Passported’s Monique Thofte and Brandi Wilson paid visits to each property, and now we’re comparing notes. Read on to find out which of these storied sleeps is best for you. 

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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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Thanksgiving at a Hotel

Nicole Rubin

Thanksgiving is a time to spend with family and friends eating, drinking and probably eating some more. But it's also a great time to getaway as a family and create new holiday traditions. So while some people fly home for turkey day, we recommend getting out of town and checking out these stays that are ideal for feasting as a fam. 

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Mother's Day Getaways: Leave the Kids

Henley Vazquez

Call in the sitter and fly the nest for a weekend of romance (or, let’s be honest, peace, quiet and day drinking) just a road trip from home.

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Something to Declare: Lela Rose

Henley Vazquez

A native Texan, Lela Rose joined the New York fashion community when she released her first signature collection in 1998. Since then, her impeccably tailored designs have become the go-to uniform for well-dressed city girls as well as their southern cousins. (Her ready-to-wear and totally chic bridesmaid line is a maid-of-honor’s dream.) Lela lives in New York City with her husband and two children, her favorite sidekicks for exploring the world fashionably.

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Something to Declare: Superfussy

Henley Vazquez

Superfussy founders Khairi Mdnor and Nathalie Coppens find inspiration around the world, but their primary muse is their daughter Milla, a four-year-old with more passport stamps than most adults. Launched two years ago featuring kurtas and harem pants, the line has expanded into a well-curated collection of boho-chic apparel and accessories made for traveling. Khairi and Nathalie share their favorite travel memories as well as their tips and tricks to managing seriously exotic travel with a toddler.

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Hotel We Love: The Mark, NYC

Henley Vazquez

Uptown life doesn't get any better than this. For the quintessential New York experience, families flock to the Mark Hotel for proximity to Central Park, Museum Mile and serious shopping and dining. More of a downtown kid? Stay tuned: reviews for our favorite digs in the Village, Soho and Tribeca, coming soon.

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