Have you ever walked along the Freedom Trail in Boston? Whether you have or not, no road trip to Boston would be complete if you didn’t add this two-and-a-half-mile stretch to your itinerary when you are visiting Boston. There are sixteen historical sites to see along the way and you will love the fact that […]

Family Vacations, North America, Road Trips, Trip Itineraries

August 4, 2020

5 Must See Sites On The Freedom Trail When Visiting Boston


Family getaways for multigenerational travelers are becoming more popular in light of our busy schedules. Your next family getaway could look like one of our staffer’s recent vacations. Mom and dad of course. Grandpa, cousins, all the grandkids; throw in an aunt and uncle and you have a multigenerational family vacation. And this type of […]

Family Vacations

August 1, 2020

5 Fun Family Getaways For Multigenerational Travelers

5 family getaways for the whole family

When looking for somewhere in the US to travel with your family this year, check out my Top 6 Best Places for Multigenerational Travel

Family Vacations, North America

July 13, 2020

Best U.S. Travel For Multigenerational Trips

U.S. Travel

It’s no secret that Amsterdam is one of the most exciting places on this Earth to go visit. With its rich history, artistic legacy, intricate canal system, and abundance of museums, you will find that there is so much to do and see in the time you are there to visit. To help you come […]

Amsterdam, Europe, Family Vacations

April 24, 2020

Top 5 Things To Do In Amsterdam

Almost everyone in the world knows who Anne Frank was, but if your memory is a little cloudy, let’s do a little recap. Anne was the Jewish girl who hid with her family in a Secret Annex in Amsterdam starting in 1942. The Nazis were seizing control of the area and any Jews that were […]

Amsterdam, Europe, Family Vacations

April 24, 2020

What To See In Amsterdam? The Anne Frank House.

During this time in our lives, more and more of us are finding that we simply cannot get into the car and drive to some of our favorite vacation destinations. We can’t even hop onto a plane to go halfway around the world to celebrate our anniversary, birthday, or other special occasions. However, that doesn’t […]

Family Vacations

April 24, 2020

Top 4 Stops On Your Cultural Virtual Vacation

Alaska was a destination I had wanted to see for so long, but when it was coupled with the opportunity to travel on When I think back to the moments that just took my breath away. The stories that when I’m talking with my friends or clients light me up the most are the ones […]

Family Vacations

February 16, 2020

The Land Of The Midnight Sun

Who wouldn’t love a commitment to a vacation every single year? Afterall once it’s paid for, there’s nothing holding you back from going, or so we all tell ourselves. Timeshares are one of the biggest issues that plague travelers and cause them to file complaints with the embassy or consulate in other countries. If you’ve […]

Family Vacations, Travel Tips

February 16, 2020

What You Really Need To Know About Time Shares

If you’re a parent, and you’ve debated a vacation, then odds are really good (as in 100%) that schedules and the education of your children have made a big impact on your travel planning. In this blog, I’m sharing the most common pros and cons that I share with my customers when it comes to […]

Family Vacations

January 28, 2020

To Skip School, Or Skip Vacation?

Finding the time for a vacation is hard enough when you have all the family and work commitments much less finding time for friends, last-minute bake sale requests from the PTA or even an evening out with your significant other. Finding time to plan a vacation is nearly impossible. In fact, in 2018 fifty-five percent […]

Family Vacations

January 14, 2020

Where do you start when planning a vacation?


At Elite Travel Journeys, we custom craft unique vacation itineraries for stressed-out families, couples and individuals who want to reconnect with what is most important. We work directly with our clients to remove the stress and overwhelm that planning a family getaway can create.

No matter if you are looking for just a short weekend escape, or a year-long trip of a lifetime let me take something off your overflowing list of things to do. 


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