Nicaragua

Whether you're traveling in Nicaragua or Nevada, here are five rules for keeping your kids happy

Whether you're traveling in Nicaragua or Nevada, here are five rules for keeping your kids happy

I had my doubts when we first stepped off the bus in Granada in January. Judging by their wrinkled foreheads, our kids did too.

My husband, Tim, and I saddled our sons’ (Liam, 6, and Reid, 9) already sweaty bodies with their overstuffed backpacks and directed them to leap over a fetid gutter.

Had I really booked us seven nights in this city?

But when our family of four entered the cool lobby of Hotel la Polvora, one of Granada’s many remodeled colonial homes, with a friendly host offering fresh orange juice and a teal pool beckoning us from the garden courtyard, I remembered what I had been...

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