From Andorra we had come down the Pyrenees to our first camping experience in Agde, at the Mediterranean coast of France. It's the third oldest town in France, apparently! Since we never had time to research places, we had no idea until we got there. We set up our tent next to our little cabin/hut … Continue reading From the mountain to the sea. . . in Agde, France for first time family camping
"What about your kids?," she says to me. She was a co-worker, mother of two. How will they survive in a country where they don't know the language. What about school? Naturally, for parents especially, we were asked these types of questions quite often while we were preparing to quit the job, change our family … Continue reading How to give your kids a gift of a new language for FREE. . .
Woof-Woof!!! How do dogs bark in Catalan? Benvinguts! From Zaragoza, we cruised through the dry lands of Aragon on the 7th day of our first-time, family camping road trip across Europe. Our theme of driving through no-toll roads did not pay off since we were tailing butts of trucks for the most part. We headed … Continue reading Family-friendly things to do in Andorra la Vella, one summer day
Family Summer Camping Road Trip with kids, Day 5: 2 hours of packing the car in Madrid, 193 miles (310 kilometers) of driving, 4 hours later and we arrived on July 4th--the United States Independence Day (hand over heart, hoorahhh!)-- for an overnight stay in Zaragosa/Saragossa. We have effectively less than a day here. So, … Continue reading IF there is only one thing to do in… Zaragoza, what will it be?
"Madrid te abraza!". . . Madrid embraces you. Family-friendly Madrid was full of pleasant surprises for all of us. It was quite a beautiful, international and welcoming city with clean streets filled with happy-looking people. As a capital city it has many things to offer visitors, including us families with little kids in tow. But, … Continue reading If you can only do one thing in… Madrid this summer, what will it be?
What to do or see near Cordoba or Jaen? If you're already gonna be there, make sure to save a day to visit an off-the-beaten-path, gem-of-a-destination: Santa Elena. It is a little village in Spain between Andalucia and Castile-La Mancha. It was a random stop, 4 hours drive from Jerez, and a little hop over … Continue reading Between the cross and the half moon… but where the *heck is Santa Elena?
Jak zorganizować niedrogie rodzinne wakacje, które zadowolą zarówno Wasze pociechy, jak i Was? Czy da się zaspokoić Waszą duszę podróżnika, jednocześnie zapewniając moc atrakcji dla Waszych dzieciaczków? Tak, da się! Dla nas takim rozwiązaniem okazała się rodzinna objazdowa podróż samochodem po Europie. Brzmi szalenie? Boli głowa na sama myśl długiej jazdy z dzieciaczkami wiercącymi się … Continue reading Samochodem przez Europę z małymi dziećmi. Szaleństwo, czy przygoda? A może szaleńcza przygoda? 🙂