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blank On Location at Walt Disney World: Learning About MyMagic+ and MagicBands
May 2, 2014

I’m on location at the Walt Disney World Resort to learn more about some new developments here, including MyMagic+, a major new high-tech initiative from Disney that may well have a wide-reaching impact on the resort scene.

blank Taking The Kids: Mother's Day Doesn't Have to Be Just Once a Year
May 1, 2014

If your multigen clients are on the hunt for Mother's Day gifts, try suggesting a pre-planned getaway. Eileen Ogintz offers some tips.

the louvre Taking The Kids to the Louvre, the World's Most Visited Museum
April 25, 2014

The Louvre can be overwhelming for an adult, much less a child. Eileen Ogintz offers some quick tips for multigen clients.

blank Carnival Launches New Camp Ocean Themed Children's Program
April 21, 2014

Camp Ocean will replace the line's existing Camp Carnival program. Set to debut on Carnival Freedom on May 24, the new program for children ages 2-11 will include more than 200 new ocean-inspired activities.

family bicycling vacation A Family Cycling Holiday in Normandy: Flat, Easy and the Trail all to Ourselves
April 18, 2014

The French government recently unveiled a 443km cycle route between Paris and Mont Saint-Michel (, much of it on traffic-free cycle paths. One family samples the route.

exploratorium Taking The Kids to One of the Country's Top Attractions for Kids and a Museum Like None Other
April 17, 2014

For clients with kids that love to tinker, Eileen Ogintz checks out the Exploratorium in San Francisco, which tripled in size during a move to the Embarcadero a year ago this month.

venice Perillo and Smithsonian Journeys Offer 11-Day italy Program
April 15, 2014

Pricing begins at $4,999 per adult ($4,499 per child) and includes accommodations and more.

boston Taking The Kids on One of the Most Famous Walks in the Country
April 10, 2014

Welcome to Boston's Freedom Trail, the 2.5-mile-long route over cobblestoned streets that lets you travel back in time to when Boston was still a colony and people argued about what to do about the increasingly difficult demands from the king of England.

hostesses at universal orlando cabana bay On Site at Universal Orlando’s Cabana Bay Opening
April 8, 2014 On Location

Our traveling blogger was on hand at the opening of the first 600-suite phase of the new 1,800-room Universal Cabana Bay Beach Resort. Here's a firsthand look at the new family-friendly property.

blank Taking The Kids and Five Places to Get Up Close and Personal to Dinosaurs
April 3, 2014

If you think kids outgrow dinosaurs by kindergarten, think again, says Eileen Ogintz. Here are five trip ideas sure to please multi-gen clients.