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Family Trip to Europe: Visiting Dublin and Kicking Jet Lag

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For the next several Friday’s I’ll be sharing stories and reviews from our family trip to Europe. Hopefully, if you’ve ever wanted to go, you can learn what to do and not to do from some of our wins and mistakes. Today, I’ll talk about getting to Europe, visiting Dublin, and how to help kids (and parents) overcome jet lag.  Before this trip, the only time I’ve ever been to Europe was a week long trip to Italy years ago. In fact, after booking that trip, we found out I was pregnant. I got to do Italy at six months along and no, I did not sample any wine! It was a great trip, but I swore that if we ever went somewhere far away again, I would take more time to acclimate. Back then, we always booked the cheapest flights, regardless of connections or time of day. That meant going from my parents house near Nashville to Atlanta, then across the pond to Paris and on to Rome. We missed our connection in Paris and had to spend four hours in the airport. By the time we arrived, we didn’t know if we were coming or going. It was ...

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