Family Travel: Involve Your Children in the Vacation Planning
Unusual destinations can become more interesting for children if you pique their curiosity. Show them maps and brochures of the area; rent movies or read books about it. Movie buffs-in-training will probably get a kick out of knowing about any films that have been shot there, and budding athletes are sure to like details about local sports heroes and pro teams.
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