Footprint Travel with Kids

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Footprint Handbooks, 2007 - Travel - 391 pages
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From farm stays in Tuscany to drifting down the Nile in a felucca or donkey treks in the High Atlas mountains, this guide covers them all and more. Here you will find inspiration, advice and ideas for taking your children on holiday pretty much anywhere. Visually striking, but inspiring and practical enough to serve as an effective holiday planner, Travel with Kids is the perfect companion for any family holiday.Offers a wide-ranging insight into the great choices available for parents planning trips with their kids Worldwide coverage with lots of ideas for North America, Latin America, Asia as well as Europe and AfricaEssential travel information including health and safety; single parent families; travelling with infants and travelling with disabilitiesEach destination includes a map, family friendly highlights, ideas to get children interested in each destination whether its books to read/games to play, a holiday planner for various age groups and the nitty gritty, grown-up stuff

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User Review  - David - Goodreads

Picked it up for $3 at a second hand store. The fact that it is in mint condition says something about it as as an aid to travelling with kids. I guess it looked good but as far as practicality goes ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

William G. Gray was born in Harrow, Middlesex, United Kingdom. His mother was an astrologer and psychic consultant. He comes from a long line of churchmen, with his heritage extending back to Archbishop Walter de Gray of York, one of the founders of its famous Minster.
He received much of his early training in the Western Inner Tradition from an associate of Papus. This individual was a Qabbalistic Rosicrucian, and Gray believes that his writings were profoundly influenced by this person's teachings.

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