Six Tips for Traveling in South America with Family

South America is a fascinating continent to visit especially for families from Europe and the States. Although most of the South American population originates from Europe and has similar traditions like the United States and European countries, we as Americans did notice some things that were surprisingly different. Here are six main things we suggest… Read More

Taking Your Kids with Autism to Rio de Janeiro

In our decade of traveling, our son with autism has created his bucket list of places to visit. Many of the places he has wanted to visit have been inspired by watching movies, like when he wanted to visit Paris after watching the Rugrats movie. When we were finalizing our South American trip, he reminded… Read More

Exploring Peru’s Machu Picchu with Family

  Machu Picchu is a well known UNESCO World Heritage Site in Peru, voted as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007. This archaeological site is a must see for anyone visiting Peru. It is a fascinating piece of history for any traveling family to explore. History Originally, history books stated… Read More

Visiting Don Silvino Argentinian Estancia

Situated on the banks of the “River of Silver” Platte River is the capital city of Argentina – the amazing Buenos Aires which in Spanish means “fair winds.” In the 1700s, cattle ranching in the expansive grasslands around this metropolis was an important tool for survival because trade in leather hides between Europe and Latin… Read More

Family Stay at the Buenos Aires Sheraton

  The Sheraton Buenos Aires Convention Center Hotel, featuring 740 rooms and 33 suites, is located at 1225/1275 San Martin Street in the Retiro neighborhood of  Buenos Aires, Argentina, a twenty-mile cab drive from EZE Buenos Aires’ international airport. The hotel is part of a larger complex housing another luxury Starwood property ‘The Towerz’ and… Read More

Family Stay at the Sheraton Montevideo,Uruguay

Located at in the Punta Carretas neighborhood in Montevideo, Uruguay, this hotel centrally located hotel boasts 207 guest rooms, nine one-bedroom suites, and aPresidential Suite. What makes it Family Worthy? The property is an excellent choice for families that need connecting rooms when traveling with several family members. As with other hotels in the Sheraton… Read More

Lima’s Magic Water Circuit

Lima’s Magic Water Circuit, located in the Parque de la Reserva, a historic 19-acre city park is registered as the world’s largest water fountain complex in the Guinness Book of World Records. The interactive aspect of the park’s fountains provides hours of fun for kids and many adults while its exposition tunnel murals teach visitors about Lima’s water… Read More

Q&A with Gisela Sedlmayer author of ‘Talon’

      What made you choose a special needs person as the main character in your story? I love birds, so I wanted to write a story about a girl who flies with birds. However, the girl had to be small enough to fly, so she had to be a special needs girl.We adopted… Read More

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