About 10 billion donuts are consumed in the United States each year, many of those by hungry travelers. Have your kids track their donut experiences on the road with this FREE Donut Mini Journal for Kids!
Americans took 1.7 billion leisure trips in 2015, about 90% of those by car. What's a family to do with all that drive-time? The good old-fashioned license plate game, of course! Download our FREE printable version for your next U.S. road trip.
Travel is exciting. Adventurous. Exhilarating. Liberating. But getting out the door? Not so much. Especially when traveling with kids. Traveling families need a few tricks and shortcuts to hit the road with ease. One of our favorites: a packing checklist for kids!
As more and more cities around the U.S. are embracing the Mexican/Latin American tradition of “Día de los Muertos,” travelers are increasingly likely to encounter “altares de muertos” and the accompanying "ofrendas." To more fully appreciate a travel encounter with altares y ofrendas, it is important to understand a traditional altar's basic structure and the meaning of its offerings.
While Canada apparently consumes more donuts per capita than any other nation, the U.S. is known for making the donut a culinary and cultural institution. Here's a little peak into the American donut, which has been at times a poor man's staple, at times a gastronomic work of art.
Vacation packing lists are a dime a dozen on the internet. The problem is: they tend to restate the obvious, the things we already planned to pack. Here are 9 unusual things we're glad we packed for Europe!
Think your vacation destination's name can tell you a lot about it? Its historical name might tell you even more! Check out the original names of these 5 U.S. destinations you may have visited without even knowing it.
Did you know? There are approximately 40 different calendars in use around the world today. Check out this brief primer on lunar, lunisolar, and solar calendars, and the people who use them. Just might come in handy in your travels!