Flying With Baby: Our Top Packing Tips

Before your little bundle of joy, the hardest part about packing was deciding which shoes to bring.  Now that a little one has joined your family and travel plans, preparing to travel has become an Olympic sport: how many onesies, toys, and diapers can be folded, squished, and zipped along with...
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Working With a Travel Advisor – Top Do’s and Don’ts

While some may think my daily life consists solely of traveling the world and researching the globe for new trips, I spend the vast majority of my time behind the computer screen and on the phone, communicating with and working for my clients. Some are long time clients; some have had...
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Travel in luxury, for less

  Written by Kate, a member of the Gehring Travel team Look, I get it.  Sometimes your budget is the biggest factor when planing your vacation.  But that certainly doesn’t have to mean you can’t enjoy the very best.  My husband and I just returned from an incredible (and affordable!) stay...
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Harry Potter’s England

With the release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and it’s accompanying play in London, England has never been a hotter ticket.  Pair that with incredible savings due to the Brexit, and now is the time to walk in Harry’s footsteps.  Here are some of the magical highlights you can enjoy...
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Road Trip Survival Guide

As we make our way through the dog days of summer, many families take their trips to the road.  This year we are celebrating the National Park Service’s 100th birthday, and there has never been a better time to see the great outdoors.  Of course, that doesn’t mean you have to...
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Spring Break 2017

With school still out for summer, Spring Break may be the furthest thing from your mind, but now is the time to start planning your family’s trip.  Here are my top choices for this annual pilgrimage, for all types of Spring Breaks: The “Get Us A Tan But Keep The Kids...
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London Is for Little Ones

Many people hesitate to travel abroad with their families, and wonder if young children can adjust to a new time zone while enjoying the destination.  My recent trip to England reminds me that not only can little ones handle the travel, but that they are also are able to appreciate the...
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Travel Tips for 2016 Travels

Make 2016 the year of travel. Whether you take long-weekend getaways or cross a destination off your bucket list, the most important thing is that you go. Believe it or not, I’ve seen a pattern of certain things that can be done (in addition to using an advisor, of course) that...
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Same Luxury, Less Money: Off Season Travel Tips

Every destination has an “off season” and a “peak season.” For some parts of the world, these seasons should be strictly adhered to – in Palm Springs, for example, July is a stifling 120 degrees, which can be downright dangerous for those wanting to practice their golf swing. In Alaska in...
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