Written by Michele Richardson on January 27, 2019
Planning a romantic getaway is more than just heading to a remote cabin in the woods or some little bed-and-breakfast in New England in the fall. It can be. But don’t limit yourself to those run-of-the-mill ideas of romance. There are plenty of places to take a romantic break from work, family, and other social obligations.
A 2016 article in Condé Nast gave us a few good ideas of things to do and not to do on a romantic getaway, as
Hello, I’m Adam Capes, the CEO of Getaway2Give and G2G Collection. As 2019 kicks off, I want to thank our many charity partners, members, travelers, and of course our incredible G2G team for what was a banner 2018. We were able to raise over four million dollars for charities and schools across the country, and provide over 2,000 DREAM vacations! Plus, we added 20 new travel options: ten brand-new destinations from the beaches of Las Catalinas to the bustling streets
Looking for kid-friendly vacations? Many of our G2G staff are avid travelers.
Brittany Beaudry of our Guest Experience team says…
“I have been traveling with my boys since before they could crawl. From mountain destinations like Beaver Creek and Aspen to our favorite beach spots in St. Maarten and city destinations like New Orleans. Although some destinations we’ve visited proved to be more kid-friendly vacations than others, we’ve never had a shortage of activities that keep all members of our family happy!”
Make your next trip stress-free with these helpful tips:
Create a trip bag. Traveling with kids means juggling things — from toys to juice boxes to your own items. It’s wise to keep the essentials — like boarding passes, IDs and reservations in a single place — their own bag, or even a pocket in your own carry-on. Rather than keeping all your travel documents and necessary medications in different bags, just designate one of them as your trip bag and
G2G Collection presents: Your travel-themed vacation reads
Reading about travel while actually traveling? Life’s little synergies don’t get much sweeter than that. And if you’re the type who simply has to learn all about Trinidad before you reach Toronto, you’re going to need a good book or two to keep you company on the journey. We’ve compiled this shortlist of some of 2018’s best travel-related vacation reads: nonfiction guides to destinations all over the globe, and novels that make the crossing
How do you travel with kids? Ditch the screens and look for these exotic creatures and plants!
Few things are more frustrating than devoting your precious time and money to a vacation, only to discover that your kids refuse to look up from their smartphones. But before you find yourself in rhythmic, “It’s up here, please” with the frequency and desperation of a substitute teacher, why not make group nature-watching your pre-emptive strategy?
Make it fun with plant and animals
How to Delegate and Truly Enjoy a Luxury Vacation
If you have a luxury vacation coming up, you’ll want to put some thought into how to make things run smoothly, so you can make the most of your time away. According to a recent study by Harvard Business, CEOs put in lots of hours — an average of 62.5 each week. On vacation, CEOs work an average of 2.5 hours per day.
If that’s your idea of a perfect vacation —
Dads — we salute you! Whether your kids are in diapers or headed off to college, your guidance gives them backbone, grit and drive. You deserve all the kudos in the world. And you deserve a little “me” time — maybe while on a great G2G Collection vacation. And if you’re not a Dad, there’s still a lot of great-for-guys music here. So kick back and enjoy this salute to you!
Get your playlist on Spotify or Pandora!
Moms — as CEO of your family, you deserve all the kudos in the world. And you deserve a little “me” time when you’re done — maybe while on a great G2G Collection vacation. So kick back and enjoy this salute to you! And if you’re not a mom, there’s still a lot of inspiration here!
We’ve compiled this playlist just for you to enjoy on Spotify or Pandora. Enjoy them now or when you’re on your next
You’re the CFO of your family. So it may be tempting to see a family vacation as a frivolous endeavor when faced with the schedules of growing children, the obligations you and your spouse have to ensuring your careers are prioritized and, of course, financial obligations.