“In my pre-kid life, the idea of staying in one place for your vacation and not getting to explore the local culture would have been unthinkable. When my husband and I traveled as a couple, we never considered taking a tour — we were big believers that the best experiences often happened spontaneously. We were unafraid to wander into a restaurant without a menu written in English and point to whatever looked good on someone else’s table. We went off the beaten path to find a black sand beach in Hawaii, took a helicopter to a glacier in Alaska and stood shoulder to shoulder with locals on a vaporetto in lieu of a touristy gondola ride in Venice.”

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