Heading out of town for B.C.'s first Family Day long weekend? I'm not. But here are some tips for travelling, family-style.
YVR recently teamed with Spinal Cord Injury BC (SCI BC) and created a series of videos focusing on different aspects of travelling for people with disabilities.
Keeping entertained and connected while travelling has become much easier in recent years. Tablet computers have replaced heavy laptops; e-readers have replaced a stack of books and portable DVD players and Smartphones keep the little ones entertained.
September often gets a little hectic as everyone settles back into their routine. Before you know it, the leaves are changing colour, the October long weekend has snuck up on you, and it’s a scramble to get everything ready for that flight to Aunt Muriel’s annual Thanksgiving dinner.
You’ve prepared and planned for your family’s annual summer vacation and the closer it creeps, the more questions you have – Can I bring baby formula through security? Where can we do an emergency diaper change before our flight? Can I bring my stoller? Where can I tire out my kids before the flight?
To tempt your travel taste buds, we’ve come up with a one day plan in Chicago, Illinois located on the banks of Lake Michigan. This city has a lot to offer, far too much to pack into one day, so plan on staying at least three or four days to take it all in.
With Spring Break starting for the majority of students next week, no doubt you’re hastily preparing and packing for vacation. You’re already anticipating the lineups at your favourite amusement park or fighting for a pool-side chair, so you definitely don’t need any added airport stress.
No matter how organized parents are, there’s nothing like family travel over the holidays to bring out stress for parents and kids. Fear not though, we’ve got a few tips and ideas to help keep the kids smiling and for you to stay sane.
Read and follow our holiday travel tips to keep your season bright and stress levels low.