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Our Travel section covers everything - not just travelling abroad but also the latest in travel accessories, how to entertain your children in the car and anything else that could help you when you are out of your home.

For many people, leaving their home is the most daunting bit about having children. Take a look at some of the experiences and tips from our Bloggers.





A review of Centerparcs Woburn - by Andy

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There's something that bothers me about paying a lot of money to have a holiday in the UK, but Centerparcs have perfected UK holidays for families with small children...
Written by Andy

Some tips for roadtripping the USA with two under two - by Andy

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Is a roadtrip with two under two an utterly stupid idea? Many people like to keep things as simple as possible but here are some tips for enjoying a holiday across the USA....
Written by Andy

Finally... a chance to invest in pushchairs! - by Andy

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One thing that all parents know is just how expensive and unwieldy buggies can be. One lady realised that this was a chance for her to start her own business and now she is giving you a sneak preview of a brand new buggy...
Written by Andy

Nattymat Review - Essential swimming equipment?! - by Andy

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Armbands, floatpacks, noodles etc are all designed to promote safety in the pool. I bet more people injure themselves on wet changing room floors than in the pool though....
Written by Andy

Hotel chain announces new Ambassador role and asks what makes a hotel child-friendly? - by Andy

Have you got what it takes to be a brand ambassador for a hotel chain? What made your summer hotel choice good or bad? Q Hotels are looking for a new brand ambassador to test out their hotels across the UK and commission...
Written by Andy

Surviving a fly-drive holiday to the USA - by Andy

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Here's some great ideas for getting through a fly-drive holiday...
Written by Andy

Personalised Rucksacks from Cheeky Baby Tees - by Mum1stdoctor2nd

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Whether you want it to make your child's belongings easily identifiable or just to make sure that you take the right kid home after school, personalised rucksacks are a great idea....
Written by Mum1stdoctor2nd

Accommodation for families - the growth of the Family Room - by Andy

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Staying away for a night can be a relaxing break even with the kids in tow... even if you don't want them in a separate room. It's affordable and achievable....
Written by Andy

CenterParcs Weekend Break - by Andy

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Last minute weekend break with a 7 year old. We decided on CenterParcs Longleat for a post-Christmas weekend break. We arrived late at night but everything was all set up ready for us when we got there....
Written by Andy

Courtyard Marriott Providence with a baby

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Continuing our theme of "hotels with pools and separate bedroom and living areas"......
Written by Andy

Staying at the Cape Codder Resort with a baby

The second leg of our holiday took us to Cape Cod. Much of the area is closed in December but we were pleased to find that the Cape Codder Resort was open. Was it going to be as good as it looked?...
Written by Andy

Staying at the Seaport Boston Hotel with a baby

For our first three nights in New England we stayed at the Boston Seaport Hotel. A very successful choice!...
Written by Andy

Travelling to Boston with British Airways

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Our holiday to New England began with flights in BA Club World from London Heathrow to Boston Logan with our one year old. How did it go?...
Written by Andy