Tag: family travel

Phantasialand With Kids in Germany #MurphysDoGermany

Phantasialand With Kids in Germany #MurphysDoGermany

148 Day Trip
Ever since we got rained out in Zaragoza during our visit to the amusement park, Little Monkey had been nagging
Croatia Airlines With Kids : Amsterdam to Zagreb

Croatia Airlines With Kids : Amsterdam to Zagreb

148 Day Trip
It was two nights before our 90 day stay in the Schengen area was coming to an end and we
10 Things I Miss about Canada while Travelling in Europe (and 4 things I don’t)

10 Things I Miss about Canada while Travelling in Europe (and 4 things I don’t)

148 Day Trip
As amazing as our experience has been traveling through Europe this summer, the things I miss about Canada are compounding. I
Top 10 Things to Do in Zaragoza, Spain

Top 10 Things to Do in Zaragoza, Spain

148 Day Trip
Zaragoza is a Spanish city that may be destined to remain anonymous, but it deserves better. Located between Barcelona and
Discovering Craft Beer in San Sebastián

Discovering Craft Beer in San Sebastián

148 Day Trip
The best craft beer scene I found in Spain lies in San Sebastián, which was the last city our family
Barcelona With Kids #MurphysDo148Days

Barcelona With Kids #MurphysDo148Days

148 Day Trip
Barcelona is a bustling city and after visiting Morocco, we decided it would be the perfect spot for us. On our
Rough Travel Days

Rough Travel Days

148 Day Trip
You know what, some travel days just suck. It’s the truth. I thought I’d share our emotions because long term
Morocco Desert Drive With Kids #MurphysDoMorocco

Morocco Desert Drive With Kids #MurphysDoMorocco

148 Day Trip
Despite growing up in the deserts of Dubai and Bahrain, visiting the Sahara Desert had been a dream of mine
Impressions from Fes – The Mom’s View

Impressions from Fes – The Mom’s View

148 Day Trip
Fes was the first major Moroccan city we visited. Unsure of what to expect, we hopped a train in Tangiers
Seville With Kids

Seville With Kids

148 Day Trip
We arrived in Seville after a four hour drive from Granada and the city’s traffic greeted us with a welcome