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  1. […] family travel. The party will be held on Wednesday, February 6 from 9-10 p.m. ET (8CT, 7MT, 6PT). Click here to see details about the giveaway and enter for a chance to […]

  2. Cindy C. @cangoninny says:

    Pack light! Chances are you won’t use everything you think you need.

  3. Heather N says:

    My fav family vacation is going to see the ocean – ANYWHERE. My daughter and I are all about the water!!!

  4. Emily says:

    Always bring extra clothes!!!

  5. Lauren says:

    Been way too long since we’ve had a vacation.

  6. Carol Buchman says:

    I pack lots of snacks & activities to keep the family interested games, books etc while traveling and make sure our destination has activities/amenities for them as well.

  7. Jessica F says:

    my favorite travel trip is to relax – you’re on vacation!

  8. Kelly D says:

    My favorite tip is to buy a few new toys or dvds if you are driving or even flying to help keep the kids from getting bored.

  9. Colleen Boudreau says:

    Create a checklist.

  10. Elis B. says:

    Pack lite.

  11. Danyell says:

    Plan, plan, plan…..Checklist and timelines. That is my tip.

  12. Oanh H. says:

    My favorite family trip was a few years ago we went back to Vietnam to visitrelatives. I loved eating fresh exotic fruits and street food.

  13. kwai yip says:

    My fav family travel tip is to notify your credit card companies that you will be traveling/foreign destinations because you don’t want to be unable to use your credit card. Also have copies of your passport/id info saved somewhere safe online so if you ever lose it you will have easy access to help retrieve your info.

  14. Claudia M says:

    i always take a first aid kit with us packed with Children’s Tylenol,Bandages,Antibiotic cream , Benadryl and Thermometer.

  15. Elena says:

    My tip is to bring board games to keep kids entertained

  16. Heather S says:

    Bring snacks and games to keep everyone happy

  17. Jill H says:

    Take advantage of free activities on vacation such as beaches, parks, museums with no admission charges for family fun.

  18. Louis says:

    while traveling plan plenty of time for extra stops, esp. if you have small children

  19. Diana Smith Hill says:

    Don’t overpack! Make a list early and go thru it again and again until you have it whittled down to the necessities.

  20. My favorite family tip is: Be flexible! Don’t vacation off a schedule. We live each day on a schedule so on vacation go with the flow & be flexible. Enjoy yourself instead of being tied down to a schedule

  21. Dinah G says:

    My favorite family travel tip is to tell the people who typically run late that our flight is leaving an hour earlier than it really is so that the people who get stressed if we’re not there on time DON’T get stressed, and our family trip starts off on a good foot!

  22. Katherine says:

    Bring a bag for each child of activities and toys tokeep them busy

  23. Cynthia C says:

    My tip is to get the kids involved in the planning. Let them pick out some places they’d like to visit and activities they want to do.

  24. Stephen A says:

    What is your favorite family travel tip? Always hide an extra $100 for emergencies on a road trip

  25. Tari Lawson says:

    Include an activity that each member will enjoy. In our family, we have older and younger kids so this is sometimes a challenge but we always manage to do at least one thing that each member will enjoy and will make the vacation memorable for them.

  26. Margaret Smith says:

    To pack lightly. Seems like most times we overpack.

  27. Barbara Montag says:

    When we went to South Dakota.
    This one was so much fun because it was spur of the moment
    Thank you.

  28. Barbara Montag says:

    We always have a list of what important thing we take along so we can check it before leaving for home.

  29. caitlin tate says:

    plan for extras

  30. ROB says:

    Either the beach or the northwoods!

  31. Mimi says:

    My favorite Family Trip is to Disney World

  32. Denise M says:

    plan ahead but be flexible to mood changes and schedule changes

  33. Mary Casper says:

    its disneyland

  34. Cody Anderson says:

    Tip: Bring extra clothes.

  35. KIM H says:

    Siesta Key was the best

  36. Jennifer Marie says:

    Bring activities for the kids (movies, coloring books, books, etc).

  37. brandy says:

    Bring travelers checks instead of cash.

  38. Lisa Brown says:

    Our favorite family trip is to the snow every year.

  39. Sara N says:

    Tip: Don’t get too bogged down trying to keep a schedule. It’s vacation. Have fun!

  40. Linnea says:

    make lists of items you’ve packed. double check before heading home.

  41. kim s says:

    take a travel emergency kit just in case

  42. Emily Rangel says:

    To have fun and make sure not to forget anything!!

  43. Kate F. says:

    Pack only what you’ll need and actually use.

  44. kfloveinme says:

    Pack light..only carry-ons. Also, try to get a room with a kitchen. You’ll save money and won’t have to eat out as much.

  45. Suzanne K says:

    Plan some down time, don’t pack the schedule

  46. Rich Hicks says:

    my tip is to be sure to take the kids video player with you and several of their fav. movies

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  47. Christie L. says:

    Pack ahead of time and make lists so you don’t forget things

  48. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    Tip: Bring Entertainment For The Family While Traveling

  49. jeannine s says:

    Back a busy bag for the kids with snacks, books, crayons, paper

  50. kelly nicholson says:

    dont travel..stay home!

  51. Donna L says:

    My tip is the bring snacks and bottled water.

  52. S. Whittle says:

    Bring extra snacks

  53. linda lansford says:

    always plan ahead

  54. Nicole Vosburgh says:

    Bring an extra set of car keys if you are traveling by car.

  55. Theresa Shafer says:

    Have matching t-shirts so when one of you is missing, you KNOW and can show what the other is wearing. Other choice is take a picture before you leave the hotel EACH morning.

  56. Chris Noe says:

    Take lots of books. They fill the boring moments and keep everyonr occupied.

  57. My family travel tip is to always be prepared in an emergency by bringing extra clothes, water, blankets, and snacks.

  58. Robyn Paris says:

    we always make sure we bring along snacks

  59. Chris says:

    My tip is to pack light.

  60. Daniel M says:

    always bring a 1st aid kit!

  61. soha molina says:

    travel light and accumulate on the way.

  62. Jenny D says:

    Make a checklist of things you need to pack

  63. Janina says:

    Use packing cubes! They compress things and make it easy to find everyone’s stuff if you are sharing a bag.

  64. Heather S says:

    Always have a bottle of water with you at all times 🙂

  65. Terri Moore says:

    My favorite family trip is to head somewhere warm in the middle of our cold winter and enjoy the sunshine and the flowers.

  66. Jennifer B says:

    travel at night when the kids can sleep most of the time

  67. Evelyn Goettner says:

    My tip is to make sure you have things for the kids to do in the car, plane ect.. Coloring books,travel games, ect..

  68. renee walters says:

    Bring snacks!

  69. jose benavides says:

    make sure you pack a lot of necessary stuff

  70. Ciara B. says:

    pack light!

  71. Vikki M. says:

    Do as much ahead of time so when time to leave it is less stressful.

  72. Request a fridge and microwave if they’re not standard. Then bring food or buy some at the supermarket once you’re at your destination.

  73. ELIZABETH C. says:

    Plan ahead and start packing early. I know this from experience and years of traveling.

  74. Julie Gerber says:

    Bring plenty of snacks and wet wipes!

  75. Jacob says:

    Try to make your plans general and not too specific; especially in regards to an itinerary. You always seem to make plans and undoubtedly somebody gets tired, changes their mind or you even find some new attraction you didn’t know about that you now want to check out

  76. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    Bring water and something to snack on. Remember to plan on stops that include free or reduced price kid meals.

  77. Donna W says:

    I always carry snacks and water. Saves us!

  78. Leslie Galloway says:

    I pack each of the kids outfits, complete with accessories into a plastic gallon bag. That way they can “pick” each day, but not look like goofballs. 🙂

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  79. Linda G. says:

    Pack light and research points of interest ahead of time

  80. Julie Davis says:

    we did yellowstone this past summer and the kids are still talking about it.

  81. Robin O says:

    I recommend packing lots of snacks and drinks when traveling with your family!! It keeps people happy!

  82. Julie Davis says:

    My best tip is to to plan well in advance and make a good list.

  83. Ashley Hatten says:

    Bring snacks and pack a cooler so you don’t have to stop for more $ that way!

  84. Ashley says:

    Print out copies of all boarding passes, tickets, itineraries, phone numbers and important addresses before you leave

  85. Shaun says:

    bring snacks

  86. Kyl Neusch says:

    bring extra snacks

  87. LOIS PAYTON says:

    we always take extra cokes and snacks for the room, GOD BLESS YA’LL

  88. LYDIA GOODMAN says:


  89. Alicia says:

    Do a List!!! Pack early & take lots of water!

  90. Stephanie V. says:

    pack snacks and toys/games for the kids – key to successful travel

  91. Wanda McHenry says:

    Make sure you have water & ice

  92. Tiffany H says:

    in car DVD players and DS’s! 🙂

  93. Krista says:

    Favorite so far? Going to Saudi Arabia for two weeks to see where my husband grew up! Future favorite? A trip with my immediate family only!

  94. Stephanie L. says:

    Bring drinks and snacks.

  95. carol says:

    Plan ahead so you can stay in budget

  96. Tracy Robertson says:

    When traveling by car, I like to stack a couple of laundry baskets and carry clean clothes in one, and put the dirty ones in the other basket in the trunk.

  97. Kelly R. says:

    Bring snacks, extra clothes, beverages and something to entertain the kids.

  98. Sadie says:

    Bring nightlights for the kids rooms. And pack snacks for travel time.

  99. Sarah Hirsch says:

    Have the children be involved in the planning and everyone will enjoy the trip!

  100. courtney b says:

    pack lots of snacks!

  101. sheila k says:

    We make stay-cations — visit areas close to home that others would travel hundreds of miles to see,

  102. Going to the amusement park

  103. Michelle Hudak says:

    Pack lots of games and videos for long car trips as well as pillows, blankets and snacks

  104. elven johnson says:

    Take a wet wash cloth in a ziplock baggie with you. It can used for so much.

  105. My fav tip is if you have younger kids, go on shorter trips to get them used to traveling before going on a really long trip. Always try to leave earlier than when you intend to leave because you don’t want to be late for the plane ride and it will be less stressful in the long run!

  106. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    bring tons of snacks

  107. Alison Matalanis says:

    Bring crayons and scrap paper.

  108. Jen says:

    Lake Tahoe is one of our favorite places to take the kids… and Hawaii.

  109. Michael says:

    Load up on water bottles, juice boxes, crackers, pre-made sandwiches, fruit and other travel friendly snacks.

  110. Deirdre says:

    Pack an extra set of clothing for the kids in your diaper bag, in case your suitcases get lost or delayed.

  111. Marcia Goss says:

    Don’t forget a blanket and pillow for the car.

  112. Rona says:

    make sure to have bring the power cords for the electronics.

  113. min says:

    Don’t worry about not packing something – Take a credit card.

  114. erin dear says:

    Pack lots of snacks/games/fun stuff to do.

  115. casey everidge says:

    always bring a bunch of stuff for kids to do!

  116. karen says:

    Do not pack lots of clothes, we never use all we brought so have cut down dramatically

  117. joni says:

    We always take an extra empty duffle bag to bring home little relics of the trip.

  118. Ari says:

    Road trips always require enough comfort items, snack foods, and stuff to keep ourselves occupied!

  119. Marty Harris says:

    Check in with family or friends often

  120. ginette4 says:

    bring lots of snacks, books and lots of stops or you’ll end up with a cranky bunch

  121. ~j. says:

    My favorite trip for road trips is to TAKE YOUR TIME when you stop for a bathroom break – it seems counter-productive but when you take the time to stretch, walk around, get the wiggles out, your driving time will be more productive.

  122. Pat says:

    Bring water and snacks and games.

  123. Judy S says:

    we went to niagra falls and had a great time.

  124. Judy S says:

    the best part of our trip was we brought lots of music to listen to that we liked.

  125. C.j. says:

    Everyone get their own tote bag full of treats and activities etc.

  126. Tamra H says:

    Pack “fun packs” filled with small toys, crayons/paper, snacks, etc. The kids get so excited to travel, because they know they’ll get their surprise “fun packs”.

  127. Pack lots of food to save money on eating out.

  128. Candace says:

    Make sure you bring lots of wipes, and lots of snacks! haha

  129. Brenda Bolton says:

    Pack light, I always find myself packing more than I use. Plus if there is a washer/ dryer available, that really helps !

  130. Monica says:

    Don’t forget the camera charger!

  131. @princessducky15 says:

    Bring a first aid kit

  132. Mary Cummings says:

    Be sure to have a First Aid Kit packed and include motion sickness medicines or patches. Chewing ginger gum and/or drinking Ginger Ale helps with motion sickness, also.

  133. amy says:

    Pack all of the essentials!!

  134. Bring a favorite toy or blank from home for the little ones! 😀

  135. Ashleigh says:

    My favorite tip would be to bring snacks and things to entertain children no matter how long the trip.

  136. tuesday says:

    Travel at kid’s nap times

  137. Stacie S-H says:

    Do not forget chapstick. And carry a little cash just in case

  138. Jill Myrick says:

    I always pack a small backpack for each of my children.
    Some of the things that it might contain are books, a favorite blanket, small hand toys or games, a snack, juice box or coloring books and crayons just to name a few.
    It occupies them and keeps arguing at bay.
    And makes the trip much more pleasant for all.


  139. April V. says:

    Plan ahead for all of your spending and keep to a strict budget.

  140. Kat says:

    If you have little ones build nap times into your itinerary.

  141. Christine blaylock says:

    Don’t sweat the small stuff.

  142. Danielle Oyen says:

    We love to go to Sunriver,OR and bike. They have over 40 miles of paved bike trails and a water park. Best vacation ever!!!

  143. Lloyd G. says:

    Pack air sickness/sea sickness pills.

  144. Heather says:

    Have fun and bring plenty of snacks!

  145. Just enjoy the time together and the sites

  146. Kevin E says:

    its okay to be spontaneous!

  147. @cammiLH says:

    Enjoy the ride!! Lots to see and do along the way…

  148. A. Morgan says:

    My family travel tip is bring extra drinks and snacks:)

  149. amber says:

    pack as many healthy non-sugar snacks as you can

  150. Debbie G. says:

    Stay at a place that has amenities for the whole family!

  151. Coriander Warren says:

    For my family, we have a dvd player in the car with hookups for any and all gaming systems…so we “cheat.” However, we didn’t always have that, so plenty of snacks, CD’s, and travel games made our trips a little bit easier

  152. Lisa Puckett, @mcgraw14me says:

    Bring lots of snacks and activities for the car ride. Relax and enjoy your time with your family!! <33

  153. Elaine says:

    Take travel size bottles of everything.

  154. Jennifer says:

    I pack a ton of snacks, portioned out in appropriate sizes! And I bring an ice chest full of water!

  155. Sheila Hickmon says:

    Make sure to bring lots of snacks for the long road trips. Pre-plan lunches so you don’t have to spend more money on fast food.

  156. Merica Woods says:

    My sisterin law brings 2 large bins of legos and the kids go crazy with them!

  157. steve szobar says:

    pack earplugs

  158. Tim B says:

    map out where the rest stops are in advance when taking the turnpike!

  159. Susan Ladd says:

    Pack alots of snacks and water of a long trip. I want to thank you for this awesome sweep and hope to win 🙂 Thanks !!!

  160. Susan Smith says:

    Stock up on snacks and activities.

  161. Debra Guillen says:

    Plan your family vacation early, and you’ll get the best pick of airline seats, hotels and available rooms

  162. @n210ss says:

    My favorite family travel tip is to take plenty of snacks & games!

  163. Carmen says:

    Pack snacks and games and find ways to enjoy being together on the drive.

  164. Jennifer R says:

    Pack plenty of snacks, money for snacks, and playing cards for the long waits

  165. s riches says:

    To go to the beach and lay in the sun.

  166. steve weber says:

    when packing make sure you ROLL everything.. you get so much more in a suitcase.

  167. Kelly Britton says:

    Always have plastic utensils handy!

  168. shannon b says:

    Bring lots of snacks and games. Also, we always pack our own food for lunch and dinner to save money.

  169. Thomas Murphy says:

    Have a plan for what you are going to do every day

  170. Ellie W says:

    Plan ahead and have everything budgeted, including extra money in case of emergency.

  171. anne hill says:

    keep your plans flexible.

  172. MAMOTTS says:

    use a kitchette saves a ton of money

  173. jules mcnubbin says:

    the kids and i took a road trip to Williamsburg, VA.. it was the best trip ever

  174. Katharina says:

    My best travel tip is to research your vacation spot extensively on the ‘Net before leaving. I have found coupons for all kinds of restaurants and attractions when I do that… and not just little things either. Some of the restaurant coupons are for 50% off a second meal and attractions usually have at least 10% off. It makes a huge difference! Katharina angelsandmusic[at]gmail[dot]com

  175. Amy M says:

    My family travel tip, is to roll your clothing up instead of folding, if you are trying to fit more into a suitcase.

  176. hazel hunt says:

    Would love to win!!

  177. Kenny F says:

    plan for it

  178. Denise L says:

    Go with the flow…don’t have too many expectations 🙂 And when all else fails, pull out a big bag of everyone’s favorite snacks !

  179. Eric Sanders says:

    Stay together

  180. Trish @madmomnotodrugs says:

    Enjoy your self 🙂

  181. Debra Ford says:

    Make sure their Nintendo DS’s are charged!! They are lifesavers on long trips when you just need them to settle down and be quiet.

  182. Jimmy says:

    Make a check list so you don’t forget anything while you’re packing.

  183. Cherone Baker says:

    Just relax and have fun together

  184. Debra Hall says:

    i use a list when i pack and take extra meds with you

  185. Julie Conn says:

    Pack healthy snacks. @JULIE_CONN

  186. Felicia Escobedo says:

    We always take snacks and books, dvds, coloring books to keep the kids busy

  187. Enjoy each other..have fun! 🙂

  188. Amanda says:

    anywhere together

  189. Sara Haaf says:

    if it’s a road trip build in lots of stops for leg stretches,snacks and bathroom breaks.

  190. Theresa A. Burnam says:

    Prepare early, and the rest is a breeze, fingers crossed!

  191. remember to enjoy every minute.

  192. Tara Wooods says:

    We take plenty of travel games and snacks.

  193. JD Northwest says:

    We love going to the beach.

  194. Cassandra says:

    Have a basic loose plan of things to do or see, but don’t overbook activities and allow room for spontaneity. Also, try to do things that locals do and visit places that they frequent–and don’t revolve the trips around only the tourist attractions.

  195. Sharold says:

    make sure you get enough rest and drink lots of water

  196. Hali says:

    Make a list so you don’t forget important stuff 🙂

  197. Joan says:

    Bring surprise treats and toys to keep the kids occupied during the flight/car rides.

  198. jessica edwards says:


  199. Jenn Hutchinson says:

    Let the kids help plan the vacation!

  200. Kristina Wilson says:

    going to Florida

  201. Tara B says:

    Organization & snacks!

  202. Jeanette E. says:

    Stay somewhere with a kitchen and save tons on meals by buying groceries and making at least 2 meals a day!

  203. Jill L says:

    If your kids like to swim, stay someplace with a pool and don’t expect that they’ll want to do much more.

  204. Jammie says:

    Take snacks and things for kids to do so they’re not fighting!

  205. Kayla says:

    We go to Florida to spend time with the extended family!

  206. Thomas Chappell says:

    Plenty of games and other entertainment

  207. Tim Anderson says:

    Snacks and activities for bad weather

  208. Brittney House says:

    pack alot of snacks1

  209. Gaye M says:

    Have the whole family participate in the planning so everyone gets to pick something special that they want to see or do.

  210. Karen says:

    Plan early and make a checklist. Thanks for the giveaway.

  211. Alyssa says:

    Anywhere with my family! disneyland is next on our list!

  212. Sue Barney says:

    To get everything you need ready early so you arent rushing around at the last minute

  213. sarah cool says:

    Go for hotels/motels that have a good breakfast buffet because it will save money and is convenient

  214. Ashley says:

    Family trips to Florida!

  215. Dani G says:

    I always pack a lot of snacks.

  216. jen gersch says:

    I like to go to a trip in thee mountains

  217. tracey byram says:

    A weeklong Caribbean cruise

  218. jessica hawk says:

    My fav family trip is camping…any place…any time

  219. Lori C. says:

    always take a first aid kit

  220. Mya Murphy says:

    Pack extra clothes just in case…

  221. Deb C says:

    I take a couple of wet washcloths in a Ziploc bag because sometimes, wipes just aren’t enough.

  222. mary gardner says:

    roll your clothing to pack in the suit case.

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  223. amy deeter says:

    bring extra stuff in the car for the kids to do

  224. Lisa Garner says:

    Leave extra tip for plenty of rest stops and breaks so that the trip is more fun and less tiresome on children.

  225. Lisa says:

    Bring enough things to do!!

  226. kathy pease says:

    when we travel we like to bring ipods and portable dvd players to make the trip more fun

  227. richelle bowers says:

    check and double check your packing

  228. amanda whitley says:

    make sure you have lots of extra spending money. never know what you’ll find

  229. Michelle S says:

    For car rides cut down on costs by packing your own cooler ahead of time so you don’t end up wasting money at rest stops/gas stations.

  230. Derrick C. says:

    Don’t forget to rest you can tire yourself out on vacation.

  231. barb hunt says:

    Thanks for the great contest!

  232. Karenk says:

    Take lots of activities for the kiddo for the ride.

  233. HappyMomC says:

    To visit friends in Florida!

  234. Cee Love says:

    Have FUN! It can not be any more complicated than that. 🙂

  235. cindy jones says:

    RELAX….enjoy yourselves and have fun !!!!!!!

  236. Donald Hayes says:

    Use social media to get tips and tricks from other families who’ve stayed on the property.

  237. Aimee Fontenot says:

    Leave time for extra stops. You’ll need to stop for restrooms if you’re traveling a long ways and you’ll be sure to come across some attraction someone wants to see.

  238. Susan H. says:

    Check out activities and restaurants and search for coupons to use.

  239. Miranda says:

    Relax and keep a check list.

  240. Jaque R. says:

    Snacks and a first aide kit are essentials. 🙂 Thank you.

  241. gina says:

    Be open minded and go with the flow

  242. lisa lo says:

    Games, books plenty of stops to stretch.

  243. Pam S says:

    Go with the flow!

  244. Denise Donaldson says:

    bring lots of snacks

  245. Kari Flores says:

    Bring snacks on the road. Not only will it eliminate the side trips of the main interstate it will save money.

  246. susan smoaks says:

    be prepared and expect the unexpected

  247. carol lewis says:

    Take a compass! It can really help when you are in a big city. Does for me!

  248. Michelle Tucker says:

    Make sure you have enough snacks/drinks so that you aren’t spending extra money on the long drives getting you to where you are going.

  249. Carla says:

    Pack food so you won’t have to stop to eat.

  250. Lucy Schwartz says:

    When the children were little and we traveled , we always took many breaks for them to run and play . The vacation was not just at the end of the line and at our destination but along the way.

  251. Linn B says:

    I would love to rent a condo along a beautiful beach for two weeks. My two kids and I would eat out, enjoy the sights, and relax. It excites me, just to think of having a real vacation.

  252. ria clarke says:

    busy toys for the kids

  253. Samii Meyer says:

    Nake sure that everyone gets a chance to do something they like

  254. Carolyn Daley says:

    Check for deals…. see what places offer AAA discounts, Entertainment Book discounts, and restaurant eClub e-mails for food discounts.

    I always show my AAA card when visiting Universal/Islands of Adventure in Orlando. I can save 10% of dine in places & merchandise store. AAA discount does not apply to outdoor carts, but all indoor places there. Every bit saved helps. Be aware of discounts through the auto club or if traveling to major city invest in an Entertainment Book.

  255. Vikki Billings says:

    The best tip I have is to make sure that you bring enough to keep the kids busy, coloring books, crayons, puzzle books and maybe some dvd’s and a portable dvd player

  256. Connie T says:

    With 2 diabetics in the family …pack acceptable snacks to avoid temptations on the road.

  257. shanta spradlin says:

    Bring games and snaks

  258. tracy p. says:

    My favorite family trips are when we go to the beach. My family loves going and swimming togehter. Its funny how much fun my kids get out of just going to the hotels.

  259. kat says:

    give everyone a chance to choose an activity and budget carefully

  260. Bryan E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…print out extra copies of trip itineraries, reservations, etc. !

  261. julie hawkins says:

    Mine is to plan in advance as much as possible for the best deals

  262. Kristin says:

    Pack everything you can think of that you MIGHT need…tylenol, bandaids, advil, neosporin, you name it…because buying it on vacation is EXPENSIVE!

  263. crystal allen says:

    my tip is to slow down and take time to enjoy being together thanks

  264. Melinda says:

    Bring food for the road!

  265. cassandra mccann says:

    camping with the kids

  266. AEKZ2 says:

    My best tip is to bring along a portable DVD player

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