Monday, July 21, 2008

Planning a family holiday

It's summertime in most parts of the world and that means holiday for most families. Planning a family holiday is not the same thing as planning a holiday when you don't have kids. It is slightly more time consuming and requires some extra attention to make sure it is child friendly.

Child Friendly helps you plan your family holiday not only in the UK but all over the world. You can read about where other families have been and what they thought about the place. Don't want to or don't have the budget to go abroad? Getting out and about with the family needn't be expensive, do something local. Take the kids to a local farm, go for an ice cream, take trip to a close by shopping mall or just do something you usually don't do. Kids are easily entertained most of the time.

Live in the UK and want to take the family out for a Pub lunch but are not sure where to? You will find family friendly choices on the site with reviews and all necessary information you need. A look at the family pubs in London show quite many options. I personally recommend a trip to Hampstead Heath, enjoy the enormous park and then go for lunch at The Holly Bush, the kids will love it! And you will enjoy the nice area with small shops.You can also use Google Maps to show you exactly where your selected destination is and how to get there. It will also tell you about other restaurants and things to do in the area.

Summer is not over yet so there are still plenty of time to plan a family friendly holiday. Even if you only have a few days, make sure that you do something. Get together with another family and do something together. It will be more fun and you can probably cut the costs in half.

Summer is great and way to short to stay inside all the time!

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