Parenthood and Passports - Hotel Beethoven Wien

Hotel Beethoven Vienna: Best place to stay in Vienna

All travelers have that one thing they pride themselves on. For some, it’s budgeting. For others, it’s finding that unique restaurant in every city. But for me, it’s finding the perfect hotel. Hotel Beethoven in Vienna is no exception. It’s moderately priced, ideally located, family-friendly, yet trendy and positively charming! It truly is the best…

Parenthood and Passports- online reviews

How to Properly Read Online Reviews

You’re planning your vacation, and you want it to be perfect. You think you have found the best hotel in which to stay and it’s in the perfect location… Then you start to read online reviews. Most are good, but then you come across some online reviews that are not-so-good. And it’s the “not-so-good” ones…

Parenthood and Passports - Hotel Eisenhut review

Hotel Eisenhut: A family-friendly review

When looking for family-friendly lodging, there are several things to consider. Does the hotel offer cribs? Are there bathtubs or only showers? Does the hotel’s restaurant offer high chairs? Are the rooms large enough to accommodate a family? And finally, how close is it to local attractions? Taking all of this into consideration, Hotel Eisenhut…

Parenthood and Passports - Table Rock Jungle Lodge

Table Rock Jungle Lodge

Western Belize is known for it’s luxurious and eco-friendly jungle lodges. In fact, staying in a Belize jungle lodge is so popular that it has basically become part of the Belizean experience. We stayed at Table Rock Jungle Lodge located just outside of the town of Cristo Rey, and about a 15 minute drive from…

Parenthood and Passports - The Town of Jackson Wyoming

Lodging in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

When it comes to lodging in Jackson Hole, you first have to decide whether you want to stay in the town of Jackson, Wyoming or at the mountain resort, which is located about 10 minutes away. Both options have their pros and cons. Staying at the base offers you convenience and easy access to the mountain…