Traveling abroad isn’t always easy. Add children to the mix, and you are then in a whole new ball game. There are many lodging options that families can choose from, and each one has something special to bring to the table. When traveling as a family, space is typically a major concern. On average a hotel room is about 325 square feet, which doesn’t leave much space for a small family of let’s say four, to move around and be content.
Munich is a great destination for any time of year. The Bavarian capital has one of the richest city cultures in Germany and is known for much more than the famed beer festival known as Oktoberfest. It has great museums, theaters, cafes, shops and beer gardens. The city is also a wonderful hub of modern art and architecture, as well as its rich history in the automobile industry. Before you go, take a look at endless accommodation possibilities in Munich on websites like Venere, to ensure that you have a fun and comfortable stay. You can also check, if they are actually near to the main attractions or to the city centre and then base your choice not only on prices, but also on locations.
Located in Germany, Berlin is a city where architecture, culture and history form an eclectic mix. Do not miss its crazy parties in abandoned industrial buildings and spend a day exploring some of the city's many museums.
Australia has long been a magnet for artists and writers thank to its many natural beauty spots, beaches and landscapes. Some would say it’s the most beautiful place on earth. One thing’s for sure, the diverse locations are guaranteed to get the creative juices of any artist or writer flowing.
While there are countless restaurants offering a cut of good ol' hearty beef, there are too few truly great steakhouses in the world. You can always snag a steak at your local Applebees or Sizzler, but that doesn't mean it's fresh, nor is it (probably) top quality. In that aspect lies the first distinction of what makes a great steakhouse. If the grade of the meat isn't there, then no matter how the cook prepares your meal, you're likely being served a subpar meal.
If there were to be only one thing that’s true for all travelers, no matter of the style of travel, be it backpacker or luxury, unexpected surprises will strike. It’s just how travel goes – it’s best to expect that SOMETHING will go horribly wrong, or you will become unceremoniously lost, or some sort of fee may pop up that you never thought to plan for. If one aspect of traveling is to be consistent – no matter the type, style, destination, or traveler’s homeland – it’s the fact that there will be something that won’t quite go as planned. The real question when traveling isn’t what will go wrong when? – but how will you handle it?
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