Cool Trips

Meet Cool Family Travel Bloggers – It’s A Necessity

Wednesday series is back on. Below you can read an interview with another amazing blogger Genevieve and learn all about her blog It’s a Necessity.  Her family of four has been traveling for a little over five years now. For most of that time they have called their 41 ft Morgan sailboat our home. In …

Meet Cool Family Travel Bloggers – Raising Miro on the Road of Life

It’s a Wednesday, time to introduce another one of my favorite family travel bloggers – Raising Miro on the Road of Life.  For almost five years now Lainie and her son Miro have been traveling around the world. In their cool blog they discuss issues like global citizenship, unschooling, slow travel, family travel, volunteering, travel …

We Are All Mad Here. 25hours Hotel in Vienna

I love Vienna, it is probably one of my favorite cities, because it offers endless possibilities; shopping, visiting galleries, walking around historical buildings, keeping kids entertained. Basically there is something for everyone anytime. And I thought I have seen it all, but this time around I have also found a new place. A gem that …

The Charles Hotel Munich: The art of making families feel welcome

Even though the days when tourism considered families a necessary evil have passed and everyone is adapting to more and more families traveling, there are still certain places that make you feel more welcome. With their special kids’ program and simply astonishing ambiance, the beautiful Charles Hotel in Munich made me down right ecstatic. Because, if …

My first giveaway: cool eco friendly passport holder

A few weeks ago I was asked by the company 11:11, that makes really cool handmade, eco friendly passport holders (other daily items as well) to review their holders. Few years ago I had a holder for my passport but since it was made out of leather it wasn’t such a good protection after all. …

Changing gears: A Family Odyssey to the end of the world

About a week ago I was contacted by Nancy Sathre-Vogel, the author of the book Changing gears: A Family Odyssey to the end of the world, if I was interested in writing a review of her book. She explained the book was about her family’s bike trip from Purdue bay, Alaska all the way to …