Family Travel Question

Q | Do have any tips on how to plan for a trip to Boston and New York?

We are planning a trip to Boston in August and taking a train to New York. We have about a week total to spend between the two cities. Do you have any suggestions on how to plan this? -Tricia, KS

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Amy Whitley - Pit Stops for Kids By

Plan on a great time in Boston and NYC

Tweet We just got back from a very similar trip, in which we flew to New York City, then took the train to Boston. Planning for travel in large, busy cities with kids can seem daunting, but I can say with certainty that these cities are family friendly and have much to offer kids, and […]

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Amy Whitley - Pit Stops for Kids By

Save money while planning ahead in New York and Boston

Tweet My family and I will also be visiting New York City and Boston soon, and so I know just how overwhelming the planning process can seem. After all, there’s so much for families to do in both these cities! One way to organize your days while lowering your costs is to pre-purchase passes from […]

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Mary Turner - Travel With Teens and Tweens By

Boston and New York City: the possibilities are endless

Tweet Boston and New York are both great cities to visit with kids, tweens, and teens. I would plan to spend more time in New York than in Boston. If you stay in Boston’s  Back Bay or near the Waterfront you can walk or take mass transit to all the sights and cover a lot of […]

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