Flying with kids isn’t easy. There are a few things that one can do to make it a bit more manageable when flying with little ones.
We always bring along various forms of entertainment to (hopefully) keep the kids busy. Some obvious items are tablets like an iPad or Kindle, stickers, small toys and special snacks.
For us, the most annoying part of a flight (with kids) can be meal time.
Continue reading ALWAYS Pre-Order A Kids Meal For Your Little Ones For Upcoming Flights
A few days back, our (not so) little boy, Lucas Miles turned 7 years-old!
It’s almost hard to believe that Lucas is already seven years old. He’s in first grade, doing very well in school. Lucas loves math and is excelling in reading and
. Yes, homework can be cause for complaint though! writing
He’e also a world traveler, having already
visited 54 countries! Yes, he’s visited over 50 countries before turning 7 years-old! Continue reading Happy 7th B-Day World Traveler Lucas, 54 Countries Visited!
During our travels, we like to visit a museum or two during the course of our trips. We try to find a museum that’s geared towards kids, but many we visit aren’t.
Art museums aren’t always the most fun for kids and it can definitely be annoying to hear questions like when are we leaving or are we almost finished constantly!
The Michael W Travels family recently got back from a trip to France and Monaco. During our trip, we were surprised by how much Lucas enjoyed the Musee d’ Orsay in Paris. While in Nice, we visited the Chagall Museum.
Continue reading This Will Have Your Kid Not Wanting To Leave The Museum
Everybody knows that visiting theme parks isn’t cheap. You can expect to pay around $100 per person per day to visit major parks like Disney.
Odds are pretty high that if you’re visiting a theme park, it will be the priciest day of your trip.
The Michael W Travels family recently visited France over winter break. We decided to visit Disneyland Paris on Christmas Day since we figured that pretty much nothing would be open.
Continue reading How To Save Money On Disneyland Paris Tickets
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The Cartoon Network is opening their first hotel in the summer of 2019!
While I’m not a fan of the Cartoon Network and would have a hard time naming any of their shows, my six year old is already a fan. I’d love to visit when they open since it would probably be a ton of fun for both of my kids.
Continue reading A Cartoon Network Hotel is Opening in the Summer of 2019!
In November 2017, I wrote a post sharing . Where Kim and I redeemed our four Hyatt Visa Free Nights
After much thought, we decided on using them for a stay at the new
Park Hyatt St Kitts.
We visited the property at the end of the school year- from late June- early July and I felt that it could be helpful to share what a family visit to the Park Hyatt St Kitts was like.
Continue reading A Family Visit to the Park Hyatt St Kitts
This post is way over-due…
I want to wish my little man
a very Happy Birthday in the online world! (We told him many times on his actual birthday!) Theo
Over the summer, the Michael W Travels family headed off on a month- long trip to six former- Soviet states.
We had to fly home on August 29 to make it back before Theo’s 2nd birthday the following day.
Continue reading Happy Birthday Theo, 2 Years Old- 22 Countries Visited!
In early 2015, the Michael W Travels family visited Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
During our day there, we spent most of the time at Magic Kingdom while also making a stop at Epcot .
was just a little over 3 years-old at the time and didn’t love Disney World. Kim and I are also not big fans of theme parks (I don’t love rides) so we’re looking for some advice. Lucas Continue reading Disney World Experts, Share Your Advice & Help Us Out
During our four week trip to six countries, we were bound to try some new travel experiences.
One of them was a new food experience,
! trying a doughnut hotdog
Two other new experiences included catching some zzz’s. We
and also stayed in an airport pod hotel with kids. spent a night on an overnight sleeper train Continue reading Our Experience Staying in an Airport Pod Hotel with Kids
Traveling for a month with a family can be pricey. The Michael W Travels family uses miles and points to help bring down the costs. However, this doesn’t cover all of the expenses.
During our month long Summer 2018 Trip, we needed to get from Kiev to Odessa, Ukraine.
Our options were limited to a very long bus ride (no thanks), a short but pricey flight or an overnight sleeper train.
Continue reading Our Experience Taking the Overnight Sleeper Train in Ukraine with Kids