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Trips to take with your grandchildren
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"No parents allowed." It's not a sign on a kid-only clubhouse, it's the first rule of travel for memory-making grandparent/grandchild vacations.
Taking a trip with the grandchildren is a great way for the two generations to get to know each other and bond over a common experience. From simple day trips to luxury vacations, there are plenty of ways to whisk the kids away from mom and dad for an awesome adventure.
Local Treasures. You don't always have to go far to find fun things to do. Zoos, amusement parks, festivals, museums and historical sites are great daytrip or weekend getaway ideas. Keep an eye out for special events at area attractions, such as butterfly exhibits at an arboretum or special festivals at theme parks such as Silver Dollar City or Six Flags.
Make it Personal.
Go with the Pros. There are a number of travel companies that either specialize in or offer intergenerational travel packages.
Grandtravel (www.grandtrvl.com) welcomes grandfathers, grandmothers, aunts, uncles and family friends to take grandchildren on a special trip. They select destinations all over the world and teach about the area's history and its people and culture. Visit places like Alaska, London and Paris, Washington, DC and Italy. Grandchildren of any age are welcome, but they recommend ages seven to 17 for most trips.
Elderhostel (www.exploritas.org) offers educational trips all over the US and the world. Some 2010 trips include:
Do some research, get the grandkids involved in the planning, then head off for a great grandparent getway that no one will ever forget.