" Life certainly
changed when you started a family. In your B.C. days (before children), you may
have measured a successful vacation by how many sights your soaked in. Now it's
all about flexibility. You're crafting itineraries around nap times and
feedings, looking for stroller-accessible routes and scoping out noisy eateries
where diners won't be bothered by a balling toddler.
Traveling with babies, toddlers and preschoolers
can be fun as long as you don't have to hassle with jet lag and you don't pack
too many activities into each day. If you want to spend hours in the Louvre,
leave baby at home with Grandma. But if you want a low-key family getaway, check
out these ten fun and flexible destinations that'll leave you, Junior and your
1.San Antonio ...
2. Washington DC ...
3. U. S. Virgin Islands ...
4. Avella, Penn.
Looking for a family-friendly alternative to hoity-toity bed and breakfasts?
Weatherbury Farm in Avella, Pa., holds the barn door wide open for little ones.
This B&B is a working farm, where the owners encourage tots to get up close and
personal with the animals -- helping to bottle feed baby animals, hand feed
goats and sheep, and gather eggs and feed the chickens. You and your kids can
also lounge in the swimming pool, frolic in the wide-open space or explore the
Weatherbury Farm is 45 minutes Southwest of Pittsburgh. A family of three can
spend a single night in a farm room for $139 (inclues tax). Stay two or more
nights and you can save 16% to 31% off the nightly rate. Suites are also
5. Monterrey, CA ...
6. Copper Mountain, CO ...
7. Bahamas Cruise ...
8. Bruce Peninsula, Ontario ...
9. Olympic National Park, WA ...
10. Amelia Island, FL ... "