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Children’s Discovery Museum In San Jose Review

In Reviews, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com16 Comments

We were on holiday in the States recently and stayed in San Jose for a few weeks, visiting friends. As we tried to combine quality indoor time (hiding from the heat) and lots of outdoor fun, we came across the Children’s Discovery Museum in San Jose. If you’re ever around and have a small child to entertain, don’t hesitate to …

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Family Day Out Review Series: National Motor Museum Beaulieu

In Reviews, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

The National Motor Museum Beaulieu  was a big hit for our vehicle-fan toddler. So was for daddy and mummy too. Here’s why. The toddler’s favourites: Monorail – train on elevated tracks! Also going through the building of the museum. Fun to watch it too, but a ride is mandatory. “WHEELS” – it’s a ride, sitting in a little pod whilst we …

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Review: Grobag Sleeping Bags Are The Best!

In Life, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

The Gro Company sent me one of their fabulous Grobags to review it. It is quite an easy task: I know and use their products since Bobcat was born (I mean, Bobcat uses them), and I am very pleased with them. I picked this cute nautical design wich goes well with Bobcat’s room decor: True Blue Stripes 18-36m 2.5 Tog Grobag This …

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Roaring Camp and The Redwood Grove Loop Trail (US)

In Reviews, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

If you’re looking for a day out for a curious toddler and a husband with mild train obsession – this is the place to be near San Fransisco and Santa Cruz. We purchased our tickets online which is strongly recommended to avoid queueing. However, it will not save you the fight for seating, this bit was a little annoying with a …

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Monterey Bay Aquarium – great fun for kids and grown-ups

In Reviews, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

I was a little bit sceptical about the day trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium because aquariums normally just keep animals locked up like a zoo and train them to perform shows. We don’t like that. Well, the prejudice couldn’t be further from the truth. This one operates as a non-profit organisation and has a clear mission: conservation of the oceans, …