The Planning Process

The Planning Process

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  • Grindelwald, more than skis: a perfect day trip from Bern, Switzerland

    June 9, 2014

    Grindelwald is a ski and snowboard haven. Nestled in the Swiss Alps in the shadow of the peaks reaching above 13,000 feet, this playground for downhill and mountaineering enthusiasts is a vision in white. But it’s also stunning in the green of spring and summer. One thing that Switzerland, a country smaller than New York, […]

  • 45 Questions to ask before you book vacation rentals

    May 12, 2014

    Something was wrong, very wrong. The booking engine wouldn’t work. The cancellation policy was ridiculous, and I wasn’t hearing back from the site owners. Signs were pointing towards a bad experience, and my gut was telling me to pull out quickly. This is the experience I had when I was booking one of many vacation […]

  • Places to visit in New York: Battery Park City and Tribeca with kids

    May 7, 2014

    Planning a visit to New York can be daunting, even more so with kids in tow. Where do you even begin when there is so much to see? You can visit the classic tourist destinations like Times Square or the iconic Empire State Building, but the real fun is learning what the locals do; where […]

  • It’s all about location at the Sheraton New York Times Square

    April 23, 2014

    When it comes to New York, you can’t get much more iconic than Times Square. This bastion of neon, shopping, noise and crowds draws millions of visitors each year. Kids want to see it, parents too, but no one wants to be kept awake at night by a flashing image glaring through their window. The […]

  • The Faberge Big Egg Hunt New York City

    April 6, 2014

    If you’re visiting New York City or live in the area, you can’t miss The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt, happening now through April 17th. The citywide charity hunt features beautiful and uniquely crafted eggs sculptures. The sneakily placed eggs can be found primarily throughout Manhattan on street corners, coffee shops, restaurant and book shop windows, museums, […]

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