I know, the idea of travelling to Italy is a lofty one. But I think it’s always important to have travel fantasies. I’m hoping that I can somehow get our family to Italy this summer, and in my research, I found that one of my favorite travel experts, Alastair Sawday, recently wrote an article where he features 15 of his top family-friendly places to stay in Italy. Just read through it—it’s a mini-vacation in itself just reading the listings. And when you see the prices and descriptions (some as cheap as 60 euro a night), you just might pull the trigger sooner than you think.


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One Comment


  1. Posted by: Karen

    Did you get there?? I am trying to convince myself it’s worth all the hard work!

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