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Here are the top ten articles for the Family Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. A Camping Packing List
Packing for your first family camping trip can be a bit overwhelming. Here, Iím providing the list we use when our family of five goes camping.
2. Uber Car App Review
Tired of the hassle of hailing and paying for a cab? Then you need to check out the Uber app. Available in many major cities across the U.S. and rapidly expanding around the world, this modern app makes getting around your big city destination much more convenient.
3. Should You Choose a Suite on Vacation?
Should your family choose a hotel suite during your next family vacation or a basic room? Are suites worth the extra expense? Consider the advantages of the luxury upgrade.
4. Keeping Kids Safe on Vacation
Traveling in unfamiliar locales can increase your childís risk of getting lost, especially if you're dealing with crowds. Here are ten tips to help you keep your child safer on vacation.
5. Visit a Pick Your Own Farm in the Fall
Why not visit a "pick your own farm" where you can pick your own pumpkins, fruits, and other treats at an area farm. Find a farm near you and plan ahead for some fall fun.
6. Children's Music for the Car
Tired of listening to the same old childrenís music? Try picking up something new before your next road trip.
7. A Carry-On Bag for Teens
Your teenager is probably old enough to handle packing his own carry-on bag for long flights, but a few suggestions may be welcome after their favorite video games and music have been packed.
8. How to Choose Your Family Vacation Destination
Choosing a family vacation destination can be a daunting task. Make it easier by breaking the process down into manageable steps.
9. Occupying Your Child During a Flight
If youíre scheduled to fly with your kids you may be wondering how to keep them occupied during the flight. Here are ten possible diversions.
10. Taking the Kids to San Antonio, Texas
Want to experience a little Mexican atmosphere without the hassle of getting passports? Try taking the kids to San Antonio.
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