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20 stunning castles in Europe that will make you swoon

To us, nothing says Europe like exploring historic castles. We’ve visited many of the best castles in Europe and we’re always on the lookout for more.

There is just something that draws me to a great castle. To us, nothing says a fairy-tale Europe like exploring historic castles. We’ve visited a variety of the best Castles in Europe and we’re always on the lookout for more. We’ve listed all of the castles, chateaux, palaces, fortresses, and citadels we’ve mentioned on Tapped […]

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12 of Europe’s Best Museums for kids

All museums are not created equally. It's hard to tell if the kids will enjoy them. These are the Best European Museums for kids.

Best European Museums for Kids All museums are not created equally; some are artistic, some are historical, and some are just odd. It’s hard to tell if the kids will enjoy them, and it’s frustrating when they don’t. As Family Travel Bloggers, we have tried many museums with the kids and we know which ones […]

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Normandy Road Trip With Kids

Normandy road trip

Normandy road trip in the Fall Munchkin had a mid-term break ( I know, I fell like he just started the other day but hey, vacation is vacation) and hubby had some leftover vacation days so we finally got to take the Normandy road trip that I have been planning for months. Also see; Winter […]

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What to Do in Nantes, France with Kids

Nantes, heart of Brittany We decided our second to last stop, Nantes, was going to be all about the kids. Having done the hiking thing, and the castle thing, even the museum thing, their time was now here. Driving 2 hours from Mont St Michel to Nantes, we parked the car and walked to the Island. No […]

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How to Climb Mont St. Michel with a Baby

Mont St Michel

Mont St Michel It’s no secret that the historic and famous island of Mont St Michel is all stairs. There were a handful of inclines but for the most part, just stairs, stairs and more stairs, until you reached the Abbey at the very top. So before we even arrived at the site, there were […]

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