Thanks to Family Travel Gurus Travel Consultant Karen Waldman for submitting this review of her family’s visit to Legoland Deutschland. – Tim
We’ve taken our sons Andrew and Josh all over the World on our vacations – from the glaciers of Alaska to the canals of Venice. These trips have not only been great fun, but educational, too! Here are Andrew and Josh sampling bananas right from the plant on a December 2006 visit to the Caribbean – they’ll never eat a banana again without thinking of how this fruit is harvested in St Lucia.
On all of the cruises that I have been on, there have been great video games. On Disney there were a lot of computers with a bunch of games on them. The only bad thing was that I didn’t get to play on them very much because there were a lot of people that got there before me. Royal Caribbean had computers like Disney and they also had a few Playstation 2s.
(pictured on the left in his baseball hat with twin brother Josh at the Trevi Fountain in Rome, May 2006)
I’m here to tell you all about the great pasta on cruise lines. As a big pasta fan I know the best of the best, which is almost everything in my case. The best pasta dishes have to have garlic and creamy sauce, that’s all there is to it. On the Holland America Cruise I had some of the best pasta and the worst. My best pasta was the classic spaghetti and creamy tomato sauce, Man that’s good stuff! But the worst I dread to tell you.
When I sailed on my Royal Caribbean cruise on the Mariner of the Seas when I was 10 years old, I learned that the cookies were great! Every time I got them, they were soft, chocolaty and fresh. They were so good, I wanted to get some every day.
One essential thing I bring on cruises for myself and the twins is a lanyard for each of us.
12 year old Josh Larison has been on lots of cruises since age 6. Below Josh tells us what he thinks of the different cruise line kids clubs he has experienced.