When Our Family Can’t Travel, We Bring a Vacation Home – Here’s How

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I can picture myself sitting at a table outside; the air is warm, a glass of red wine sits in front of me next to a big bowl of fresh pasta with plum tomatoes, fresh basil, and Parmesan. I spin the pasta around a fork and can smell the garlic before I take a bite. There is music quietly playing in the background and a sense of freedom in my soul. This is where I feel most alive: experiencing something new through travel; immersed in the food, music, and culture. My husband and our 3-year-old daughter have become my travel companions. But as my budget tightens and I work to build my savings, . . .
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