“Planning a three-week European holiday for Christmas 2015 (with our 18-year-old daughter and her seven and four year old brothers) was always going to be a minefield of competing demands, heightened expectations and varying attention spans. Sally’s report saved us hours of research in the planning phase, turning our family discussions into fun. The whole planning phase became a lot more stress free than it would otherwise would have been. Especially the valuable tips & gems for each city. Many thanks Sally – our family adventure is starting really well.”
“I’m writing to thank you for your amazing book. I bought it about a month before my husband and I went to Europe with our almost-three-year old and I had a “crap what are we doing google help us!” kind of moment. What I got most out of your book was the confidence to travel with my family, moreover, a toddler.
We just returned last week from the most wonderful trip through London, Vienna and Berlin. My husband and I travelled a lot before we had Abigail and this was by far the best trip we’ve ever taken, even with the 5am wake ups. We have created memories as a family that will last forever and I want to thank you for giving us the tools and confidence to do it.”
“I received the book yesterday in the mail and I have already devoured it. I just wanted to say thanks for all the great tips and advice. We leave for NYC in two weeks and I feel so much more in the zone to handle the unpredictablity of travelling with kids. I never thought to put a hotel business card in their pockets or the individual nappy change kits for the plane, just to name two of the many tips I will be using.”
“Some parents respond to the prospect of a big travel adventure with small children by saying they’d rather stick pins in their eyes. Others look for those resorts with kids’ clubs where they can drop the kids off in the morning and see them at dinner time. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Sally Webb tells us how.”