Tag Archives: Family Travel
Ottawa, Canada’s capital, is a quiet, unassuming city with a quiet elegance and lots to do, especially for families. We invite you to sit back and listen to this sound-rich Audio PostCard from Ottawa. Advertisements
Women Family Travel Bloggers Rule the Internet Used to be they were called “mommybloggers,” but that was before their Klout scores soared and corporations avidly courted them. And while I may be exaggerating, I’m not by much. This group of … Continue reading
Boulangeries and Mercis: Canada’s French Eastern Townships The fields of deep lavender (Bleu Lavande) stretch vividly toward the green hills. Donkeys at the donkey ranch nuzzle their mistress, and the honey bees buzz about at the Miellerie Lune de Miel, … Continue reading
Babymoons, Booties and B&Bs Jennifer and Craig Ruckert, a very attractive 30 something couple were sitting in front of a terrific fire, enjoying some great cheeses and local wines, a regular pre-dinner ritual at the Tidewater Inn, in the laid … Continue reading
Finding (and trusting) a Babysitter While Traveling It’s not easy or always reassuring. You’re on the road for a family vacation. You’ve done lots of family-friendly things and now you and your significant other want a night out. Or at … Continue reading
Listen to this sound-rich, 5-minute, Ottawa Audio PostCard. Let the sounds transport you to Ottawa!