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13
Dec

FAMILY-FRIENDLY PLACES TO EAT IN ROME

Food is part of Italy’s life style and the famous DolceVita! It is a large part of the Italian culture. Italian mothers teach their sons and daughters the art of Italian Pasta & Pizza making at an early age! So, when visiting Italy it is a MUST to eat all’italiana, the Italian way, especially if...
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13
Dec

BEST CHILDREN’S BOOKS ABOUT ROME

All ready for Rome? Maybe not yet! Get some ideas on why a visit to Rome is really important. Reading doesn’t necessarily mean to spend time going through boring and stuffy history books. There are so many children’s books out there made entertaining and educational at the same time. Books have the power to introduce...
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13
Dec

5 LANGUAGE HACKS FOR BUSY AND CURIOS TRAVELLERS

5 Language hacks for busy and curios travellers-You are going on a trip abroad. You are worried because you do not speak the language of the locals. How will you communicate with people? How will people respond to you? Good news! You can always learn a few words for your holiday along the way! Languages...
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12
Dec

ROME’S SHOPPING FOR TEENS

Rome’s Shopping List Teens-Family travel with teens is fun but not always easy. At some point teens, like yours truly, feel the need to get away from all that historical stuff and just feel the local vibe. And when in Rome, you have to look good even when you’re all tired and jetlagged! Here are...
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12
Dec

COMMON PHRASES IN SPANISH

Common Phrases in Spanish-You’ve booked your ticket and packed your bags.Barcelona or Madrid is waiting! But before you say” Ole!” make sure that you have other phrases ready to make your trip more exciting! Let’s learn some Spanish! Now, here are “Common Phrases in Spanish” the bare essentials, the most common survival Spanish travel phrases that will set you...
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12
Dec

COMMON CONVERSATIONAL WORDS AND PHRASES IN ITALIAN

Everyone should learn essential Italian conversational words and phrases before traveling to Italy. These words and expressions are sure to come up in most everyday conversations. Conversational Words and Phrases In Italian Per favore /Please Buon Giorno /Good Morning – Good Afternoon Buona Sera /Good Evening Buonanotte/ Good Night Mi scusi /Sorry Ciao Hello / Goodbye Quanto...
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12
Dec

A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY AFFAIR

When Katja had her first child, traveling the globe started becoming a bit more difficult despite the fact that she had the travel bug and therefore determined to embark on adventures to Cuba, California, Prague, Budapest, Thailand, and many other countries with little Alessia! Though, when they started travelling together, Katja noticed that she could never...
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12
Dec

TIME INSPECTORS – NOVELTY

Get ready to see history really come alive! Discover Rome with a Pope, an Emperor and an Artist Meet our TIME INSPECTORS! What better way to know Rome than straight from the very people who, in one way or another, helped make the Eternal City what it is today! Let a saint, an emperor and...
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18
Oct

Rome in a Weekend with Two Kids – FREE Book!

“Rome in a Weekend with Two Kids” is a new book that helps busy parents plan for their trip using a step-by-step itinerary. It covers family-friendly things to do and places to eat in Rome when parents have little time to plan. Our Rome4KidsTours.com site is featured in the book as well. The book is...
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