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Travels with Baby: The Ultimate Guide for Planning Trips with Babies, Toddlers, and Preschool-Age Children Paperback – October 7, 2007
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...what differentiates Rivoli's book are the extra details, like comparison charts of different airlines and cruise lines. --Oakland Tribune
This guide is chock full of useful tips for traveling with babies and toddlers, what gear to bring (including specifics about car seats and a travel kit for carry-on), childproofing your accommodations, healthy travels, managing baggage on trains, and more. --Travel for Kids
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The book is also very easy to read with lots of humor and nice photos.
I aintend to give it to some of my friends as a present too.
I work with new moms & read MANY of the baby books-- this one is DEFINITELY a keeper! It answers pretty much every question a traveling family might have (or points you in the direction of someone who can).
I found several products recommendations very helpful, and saved myself from disaster by reading about the documentation my baby will need when we go to Peru without my husband. Other gems were about airline fares for babies and how they vary by carrier.
She doesn't mention the Ergo baby carrier, which I would vote as the best because of its front, back or side options. The number of suggestions that I do pass along to friends that are taken from this book speak to its strengths.
But we do *have* to travel several times a year to see family and "Travels With Baby", because it is so thorough, has helped make a few recent trips run more smoothly. The author is so enthusiastic and understanding of the nitty gritty of little kids' routines--I feel like I can leave home now and not get the kids too messed up from their all-important routines.
This book has actually made me excited to go to a kid-friendly resort some time in the near future. Rivoli covers the details--vaccinations, passports, etc., in such detail that there is no guess work for me. I really appreciate that.
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Like the book but way less useful because doesn't have a table of contents in kindle edition. I will give a higher rating when this is fixed.Published on March 2, 2014 by Kapurplera
Some good basic information, thats about it. Having read about half of the book and skimmed through the rest, there are a few proprietary ideas to be found, but mostly basic... Read morePublished on December 5, 2013 by PF
There are SO SO many helpful hints in this book! I did lots of research before flying with my granddaughter for the first time and this book, by far, was my best resource.Published on March 30, 2013 by L. Skurka
Prompt service, package arrived in good condition, book arrived in good condition exactly as it was described, will definately go with this company again in the future!! Read morePublished on November 8, 2012 by Gwen Vanderpool
This book provides a host of helpful information. It offers a good initial reference and thoughts on traveling with your yound children.Published on January 12, 2012 by A.S.
We have a 10 week old that we are taking to France when he turns 14 weeks. This book contained excellent information on how to plan for the flight, lodging, eating and traveling... Read morePublished on August 24, 2010 by Deborah Fischer
I loved this book. We will be traveling to England and Ireland when our daughter is 8 1/2 months and then on a cruise when she is a year and 2 months so this book was very helpful... Read morePublished on May 7, 2009 by Tiffany Simpson