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Heading to Paris with my 13 year old boy in tow. He wears mostly athletic shorts, pants, and shirts. Also has some golf shorts, shirts and khakis.
The only "big" trip we've ever taken was to Florida DisneyWorld. I was looking at Atlantis in the Bahamas, which seemed to offer lots of excitement and fun, but it appears to be very expensive! Our boys interests are very different. One isn't very "active" and would enjoy beachside activities or "culture", the older child is interested in always being active adventure, rides, etc.
I'm looking for the best bloggers from the city as I'm looking for 'authentic'' places to eat out, places where locals go. Looking for info on the nicest areas to stay in, perhaps a week in a hotel and a week in an aparthotel with kitchenette, any recommendations? We like 5 Guys and Shake Shack for burgers but now we can get both of these at home the novelty is wearing off.
I am new to these forums but have started searching for like minded parents of teenagers with mental health issues. My son is 14 now but has had anxiety his whole life. It was never picked up on or diagnosed until the beginning of this year.
This will be a first trip to Japan for all of us. We're going in mid June. Would also love help estimating budget for family travel: 2 teen boys, 2 parents. It's hard to help without knowing how many days you will stay in Japan.