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Paris With Kids: Family-Friendly Ways to See the City of Light

It’s easy to think of Paris as a playground for grown-ups — fine dining, high fashion, romantic strolls, miles of art galleries, engagement photos.

But the City of Light can also be a playground for young kids and teens, with many beautiful parks, fun foods, delightful entertainment, and ways to see galleries and museums that will engage their senses and make the city feel like it was made for them, too.

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Italy’s Green Pass and What It’s Like to Travel in Italy Right Now

If you’ve been following my blog, you could probably already tell, I’m passionate about good, smart, and efficient travel. Each custom itinerary I craft is thoroughly researched. So, to best serve my clients (and blog readers!), I made my way over to Italy. The goal was to experience for myself how Italy’s Green Pass worked in practice and to generally discover what the realities of traveling looks like now, in the COVID-era.

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