If you had told me this time two years ago that we would be preparing to visit Santa in Lapland in December, I’d have told you that you were dreaming. However, that’s exactly what we’re in the throes of. And I’m going to tell you the most affordable way to visit Santa in Lapland with kids. I’m also going to tell you how we’ve bagged a 10-day trip for less than a 1-night trip to Lapland. Interested?
One place that almost eluded us during our time in Wales was St Fagans National Museum of History. Nestled on the outskirts of Cardiff, we nearly missed seeing this amazing place before we left the UK. However, we made sure to set time aside for it and today I’m going to tell you about visiting St Fagans with kids and how you too can enjoy it.
Although BattleKid and I had visited once before with my Dad and nephew before he was a year old, I knew that before we left the UK for our new life in Portugal I wanted to bring him on a dragon hunting adventure at Cardiff Castle. So, one sunny February Saturday morning we drove into Cardiff for breakfast and headed for the castle after we had eaten a hearty breakfast.
Those of you who follow me on Instagram and here on the blog will know we recent had a family visit to Barcelona. BattleDad was attending a concert in the city with friends, and when I discovered there are direct flights during the summer to the city from Faro, I decided that BattleKid and I would tag along. Here is our trip report for our family visit to Barcelona Part 1.
Today on the blog I have the pleasure of welcoming a guest blogger, Tom, from Kayak Critic, who is sharing with us 5 amazing islands for a family holiday. BattleDad and I have actually visited one before we got married and I’d love to visit it again.