Sep 09 2011

Finding More Fun: Family Travel Links, Back-to-School 2011

I apologize that I haven’t had much to say this summer; it seems that we were off and running and doing so much “research” that I didn’t take the time to write much.  Now that the routine of school has begun again, I’ll be writing about the new places we visited this summer in the hopes that readers can make us of our family’s experiences as they plan their future activities.

As always, I appreciate comments on posts, whether you’ve had similar or different experiences than we have.  Travels with Children readers provided me with some excellent ideas and tips this summer via blog, Facebook, and Twitter comments, and I appreciate those who take the time to send things they think my readers will like.

But first, let’s catch up with some other family travelers to see what they enjoyed this summer.

Have you ever thought of giving your kids a try at blogging?  A new website, A Kid’s I View, gives kids the chance to submit stories about places they’ve visited.  My sons wrote their first blog posts this summer about Pikes Peak and CityMuseum in St. Louis.

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4 Comments to “Finding More Fun: Family Travel Links, Back-to-School 2011”

  1. Sharlene on 11 Sep 2011 at 12:20 pm

    I always love these round ups! Thank you for including us.

  2. Traci on 12 Sep 2011 at 2:33 pm

    I agree; the Crayola Factory isn’t a “10″ in my book either, but we just found another PA attraction to make up for it — The Turkey Hill Experience in Columbia, PA! Two words: ice cream. More specifically, Whoopie Pie flavored ice cream.

  3. Jen on 13 Sep 2011 at 1:46 pm

    What a great roundup! I missed a bunch of these posts because I marked my overflowing reader to zero since I was so overwhelmed. Now I am going to go click on the ones I missed and catch up!

  4. Nicole at Arrows Sent Forth on 13 Sep 2011 at 7:30 pm

    Thanks for the mention! Great state fairs are such a fun part of life in the Midwest, don’t you think? Another fantastic round-up of posts!

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