Denmark
Chief Designer. Scandinavia is a place where everything revolves around childhood and family. This is striking when you see bicycles with trolleys for children (they can be rented for 15…

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Florida (USA)
Magicians and superheroes. Traveling to the southeast of America is not easy, but definitely worth it. The main thing you need to do is to go there on your own,…

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Children's infrastructure
This category includes the presence of a playground in the hotel, a pool for toddlers, a mini club, children's animation, babysitting services, and for older children - the presence of…

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hotels

CHILDREN’S CLUB IN THE HOTEL: WHAT QUESTIONS DOES PARENTS TO SOLVE?

What should I ask about in a telephone conversation or letter first of all? Is there a kids club on site; Club working hours; Does the club have a Russian animator; From what age children are accepted; What feed; Do they put to sleep; Is staying with parents required? Are there additional services, and if so, at what price? Having based on the information received, a general idea of ​​the kids club, you can safely go abroad with your little traveler. Upon arrival, try to immediately meet with the hotel staff responsible for children’s activities, and once again make sure that you have been given the correct information. Continue reading

Tips for those who are waiting
The time you spend waiting can be used to teach your child to sit quietly and calmly. If the place where you are is not very noisy, try to learn…

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HOTEL, APARTMENTS, VILLA: WHERE WILL IT BE MORE COMFORTABLE TO RELAX WITH A CHILD?
Choosing a place to stay on vacation is an important part of preparing for the trip, especially if you are going to travel with a child. Among the options are…

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EXCURSIONS FOR SWEETS
Every mother probably remembers her baby’s contented face when he first tasted sweets. And we all consider it a pleasure to eat chocolate, a piece of marmalade or a cup…

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What to do with the child on the road? (part 2)
Guess my song. Sing the first line of the song, which your child probably knows. If he recognizes her, let him sing the next one. If he doesn’t find out,…

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