Best of Baltimore with Grandchildren

Why Baltimore, of all places?  Baltimore is an easy one hour drive from D.C. and a great day trip.  It is three hours from  N.Y.C . and a place to stop on the way to D.C.  With numerous attractions – centered around the bustling, pedestrian-friendly Inner Harbor, you won’t need to spend any time in […]

Grandma Agrees: Vacations Make Us All More Productive

This Grandma loves vacations.  Who doesn’t?  However, something I have suspected for a long time—that vacations make us more productive, is the subject of the front page article in the Sunday Review section of the New York Times, February 10, 2013.  Tony Schwartz, the chief executive officer of The Energy Project and the author of […]

New York Broadway Plays for Grandchildren

In our family, we took our children to New York City every year for theatre.  Now we take our grandchildren to New York City for theatre.  We have seen most of the following plays with our grandchildren.  Their other grandparents took the grandchildren to see Annie.  Grandpa and I have seen Blue Man Group and […]

Perfect New York City Vacation for Grandchildren with Grandma and Grandpa

Perfect New York Vacation for Grandchildren with Grandma and Grandpa is an annual event in our family.  There is so much to see and do with grandchildren in New York.  2011 is already detailed in a post.  See Grandma Holiday Shopping and New York with Grandma and Grandpa, December 12, 2011, for our first trip […]

Epcot at Disney World in Orlando

A Surprising Wonderful Multigenerational Vacation Place with Grandchildren As Floridian grandparents, Disney World is a great place for a multigenerational family vacation.  We always go to the Magic Kingdom but decided to expand our horizons to Epcot.  What a surprising wonderful multigenerational vacation place with grandchildren!  We visited what we could in one day moving […]

Best of Boston with Grandchildren

Boston is a great city to visit with grandchildren.  Our grandson is nearly nine and we spent two wonderful days there. The wharf area is the tourist area and where you want to stay as you can walk nearly everywhere or take the MTA or a ferry conveniently.  We were able to get a special […]