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On the road in Wisconsin - and beyond - with kids

Published July 15, 2013

When we had kids we decided we'd take them with us to as many places as we could. I didn't travel much as a child - lots of camping trips a couple hours away and the occasional visit to places like Hershey, Pa., and Washington, D.C. - but those were different times. Still, we have always wanted to make sure our kids have experienced a range of places in Milwaukee, in Wisconsin, in the Midwest, across America and beyond.

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How to pack and plan for a family trip

Published July 14, 2013

Family vacations are supposed to be fun, except when you're unprepared. My advice is simple: plan ahead. And don't worry about coming off as annoying or overly meticulous. The time you put in beforehand can save you headache later.

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LEGOLAND is a brick-themed magical kingdom of its own

Published April 20, 2013

Folks assured me that all it would take is one visit to the Orlando-area theme park and I'd be hooked. And it was true. But, with all due respect to Mickey Mouse, I'm talking about LEGOLAND, in Winter Haven, Fla., rather than Disney.

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Five great reasons to take the family to St. Louis

Published Aug. 23, 2012

Here are five great places to see should you decide to take a family jaunt to St. Louis (and you should). The bonus is that perhaps with the exception of The Magic House, these sites are all fun for adults, too. So, no children required.

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Family package welcomes kids to Kohler

Published March 6, 2012

There are some places you just don't associate with kids. Lazing in the Kohler Waters Spa is one of them. But on our first visit to The American Club last year, it was striking how many families were eating in the restaurants, strolling in the garden and enjoying many of the charms of this getaway that once seemed strictly like the domain of adults perhaps specifically seeking a moment's peace from the hustle and bustle routine of family life. Kohler has noticed, too.

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