Lonely Planet Kids – Spot The Lot & City Trails

I’m a huge Lonely Planet Kids fan and lately they’ve been producing some fantastic children’s products, ranging from sophisticated sticker books to their ‘Not For Parents’ series.  Just in time for the summer holidays, we received a few of their latest releases.

Spot The Lot        GBP 7.99

This fun activity book is a cross between ‘Where’s Wally’ and a beautiful sketch book.  

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Top Tips for Visting Disneyland Paris & Walt Disney Studios

If you are thinking about a trip to Disneyland Paris, check out our planning tips from where to stay to how to book your meals.  You can also see our review of the Davy Crockett Ranch, an official Disney hotel about 15 minutes from the park.  Today we bring you, what to pack and what we managed to squeeze in to 3 days in Disneyland with a 5 and 2 year old….

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Tips For Comfort On A Longhaul Flight

I think I’ve finally cracked comfort nirvana when flying longhaul overnight with kids.  I still don’t enjoy it and I tend not to sleep that well but the most important thing is that Madames Jetlag & Mayhem do.  Here are a few tips and tricks from the inflatable flight cushion to a large glass of wine.

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Getting To Disneyland Paris & Review Of Davy Crockett Ranch


For more tips on how to plan a trip to Disneyland Paris, check out our previous post!

Our journey from London to Disneyland Paris was pretty simple, thanks to Google Maps and the ease of the Eurotunnel.  

We had paid a little extra for a flexible (‘FlexiPlus’) booking on the Eurotunnel, although I think that even with Standard bookings there is often some flexibility if you are early/late, as long as they are not too busy.  

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How To Plan A Trip To Disneyland Paris

If you live in Europe and can’t quite be bothered with the flight to Disneyworld in Florida then how lucky you are to have Disneyland Paris on your doorstep (sort of).  My sister Georgina recently returned from a trip to Disneyland Paris with her 5 and 2 year old.  Was it a magical trip? Or an exhausting disaster?

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