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Playgrounds and Parks in Stockholm – Sweden Travel Article

Playgrounds and Parks in Stockholm Alexandra Beckwith rounds up some playgrounds and parks in Stockholm to explore with your kids. Photos by Lola A. Åkerström With a third of the city being green spaces, Stockholm is perfect to explore with children. There are grassy parks and plenty of playgrounds around every corner. Being a mother of two busy toddlers you will often find me, hot chocolate in hand, exploring the different playgrounds.  Over the last three years I have found a few…

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Expat Life in Spain – My Survival Guide & Everyday Tips to live abroad – Spain Travel Article

Expat Life in Spain – My Survival Guide & Everyday Tips to live abroad Expat life in Spain can be an adventure and a new start. After the intial settling in period, the novelty of life abroad may wane. When the daily routine sets in, things may seen more challenging.From Spain Visa & Residency challenges to learning to speak the local language. Here are some of my tips after living abroad for 20 yearsHopefully some of them make you feel at home…

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Local Voices: Meet the Entrepreneurs Behind Stockholm’s 100 Point Challenge – Scandinavian Travel Article

Local Voices: Meet the Entrepreneurs Behind Stockholm’s 100 Point Challenge Local Voices: Meet the Entrepreneurs Behind Stockholm’s 100 Point Challenge Australian co-founders give us an inside look at Stockholm’s 100 Point Challenge and how tourists and locals can interact with their city in meaningful ways All images provided by 100 Point ChallengeWhat do you think is the best part for tourists and locals to play the Stockholm 100 Point Challenge? The two founders of the 100 Point Challenge are well-travelled,…

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Sportlov in Stockholm – Ideas for Families – Sweden Travel Article

Sportlov in Stockholm – Ideas for Families Sportlov in Stockholm – Ideas for Families If you’re looking for family-friendly activities during Sportlov in Stockholm, then check out this list of activities and ideas to keep the boredom at bay. Photo credit: Lola ÅkerströmSportlov, or “sport law” originates from the concept that children need to get out in the fresh air during the winter and partake in more indoor and outdoor activities. Sportlov is a week-long break from school between weeks…

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6 Of The Healthiest Japanese Snacks For Your Kids And You – Tokyo Travel Article

6 Of The Healthiest Japanese Snacks For Your Kids And You Add some adventure to your snack time as you teach your child good food habits through culinary courage. Snacking used to have a bad name, but that changed with the emergence a few years ago of the concept of healthy snacking. Under that idea, eating a small portion of food between meals that is high in fiber and protein can boost your energy and overall nutritional intake and help…

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Stranded at an Airport? These 14 Points can Help you. – Ticker Eats the World – Travel Article

Are you are a seasoned traveler? Have you ever experienced being stuck at an airport? If not, then consider yourself lucky. Chances are, you must have, at some point, due to factors that are out of your hands. Nature often plays a massive part with one of the prime examples being the volcanic eruption of the hard to pronounce volcano in Iceland. Then, airlines trying to cut costs and going bankrupt left-right-and-centre is another reason you might find yourself enjoying…

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This Week(End): Tokyo Area Events For Dec 21-24 – Tokyo Travel Article

This Week(End): Tokyo Area Events For Dec 21-24 While you’ll most probably find yourself doing some last-minute present shopping this weekend, here are some events you should check out for when you need to escape the store crowds (and the stress of choosing between pairs of socks for your S.O.). It’s the last weekend before Christmas so think of these as a precursor for the upcoming holiday festivities. Let the pre-party begin! Santa’s Little RunnersTokyo Great Santa RunDitch the sleigh…

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