24 Hours in Salzburg

24 Hours in Salzburg

Salzburg with a Toddler – A fun 24 hours!

Salzburg with a Toddler - Wishful Nals - Family Travel Blog

Salzburg is such a beautiful little city, and we had a wonderful stay before we headed south to Bad Gastein (more on that to come). Since we were only in Salzburg for one night, we wanted to stay right in the heart of the city. Here’s what we did…

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Our Flight to Salzburg

Our Flight to Salzburg

London Gatwick Layover with Kids - Wishful Nals

The last time we took a big flight (which was from Boston to Tokyo) it started out in an interesting way. We arrived at the airport around 10:30pm for our midnight flight to only discover that our flight was actually at noon… the next day. I suppose it is better to be early than late!

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An Update: Milo at 19 Months

An Update: Milo at 19 Months

An Update: Milo at 19 Months Old - Wishful Nals

Guys, this is such a sweet, sweet age. Milo is 19 months old (but coming up close to the 20 month mark!), and is such a joy to be around. At the top of his favorites list is: snuggling, cuddling, and giving hugs. He is so affectionate.

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Fun Winter Activities To Do With Kids

Fun Winter Activities To Do With Kids

As we head deeper into the winter, I find myself wanting to plan out our week so that we don’t just get stuck hanging around the house. Not that there is anything wrong with that… at all! In fact, I think that Milo and I both savor our time at home where we can play independently (him), relax (me), and snuggle (me and him).

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Milo’s Favorite Things

Milo’s Favorite Things

Favorite Toddler Toys - Wishful NalsNow that Milo is 19 months old (what?!), he has pretty strong preferences when it comes to food, activities, books, and how he likes to spend his time. Toddlerhood can be a tricky time to navigate, but I have found that two things have really helped.

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An Epic Road Trip

An Epic Road Trip

An Epic Road Trip - Road Trip with a Toddler - Wishful Nals

I’ve been looking forward to our trip to Charleston for weeks as it’s been so freezing in Boston. In fact, the city has set all sorts of records this winter for the longest stretch of cold days. The day that we were supposed to fly down to Charleston, the city was hit with a huge snow storm. The south isn’t used to snow and the city totally shut down. We called JetBlue but knew that our chances of flying out the following day were slim since a huge winter storm was slated to hit the Northeast. We were hoping that JetBlue could at least get us out of Boston and then we could route ourselves to Charleston.

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