Traveling with Pets and Kids...and Wine: Weekly Roundup

Posted by Fodor's Editors on April 13, 2013 at 12:05:41 PM EDT | Post a Comment

Traveling with both pets and children can make for some of the cutest photos around, not to mention truly memorable moments. But it can also make you reach for a bottle, or two, of wine. So we covered both this week. We celebrated National Pet Day with some tooth-achingly sweet photos of pets on the go, talked about our favorite kid-friendly activities in London, and then brought you plenty of wine from Turks and Caicos to Paso Robles. Enjoy.

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National Pet Day: Cutest Resident Hotel Pets

We celebrated National Pet Day this week, with stories about adorable pets on the go, like these cute pet friends that live in hotels across the country (and beyond).

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23 Things to Do in London with Kids

A trophy trip for teens, a storybook vacay for toddlers, a sophisticated city break for grown-ups... London is one of those rare cities that meets almost everyone's criteria.

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Berlin Airport Delays Continue, No New Date Set

Berlin's new Brandenburg Airport has become an embarrassment for the city, and for Germany as a whole, as they announce further delays and complications, without setting a new opening date.

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Where to Drink Wine in Turks and Caicos

We're not knocking the piña colada, but when it comes to relaxing after a long day of...relaxing on the beach, we've found a glass of wine with a view of the Caribbean does quite nicely.

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Siem Reap: SE Asia's Most Underrated Food Destination

Want to know a secret? Foodies going to Southeast Asia that don't visit Cambodia are missing out. This country and its incredible, underrated cuisine should be your first point of discovery.

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Paso Robles Wine Country is Not Messing Around

You might not think of Paso Robles as being particularly bad ass. (You might not think of Paso Robles at all.) Until now. The small California wine region brought in the big guns—their version of the Old Spice guy.

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