Making Multi-Generational Travel Plans
Susan Farewell, travel journalist and travel concierge, will visit the Library on Tuesday, November 7 to speak about the new trend in multi-generational travel. Join her in the Adrian Lamb Room at 10:00 a.m. to hear about travel with a refreshing new spin.
Multi-generational travel has steadily gained popularity over the last several years. More and more people want to head to destinations where there are adventures to be had, activities (such as group cooking classes) to be found and access to attractions and resort facilities that satisfy everyone in the family. Traveling with grandparents and children presents a unique opportunity for the different generations to interact and see each other in a new, adventurous light. By day, the family might be exploring the Greek Islands on a sailboat or following lion tracks on a game drive in South Africa and by night, the grandkids are giggling themselves to sleep, while parents and grandparents finally find time to just enjoy one another’s company.
Susan Farewell is the CEO and Founder of FarewellTravels LLC, a Westport, CT-based travel firm that customizes trips for leisure and business travelers. Susan is also a travel writer and a former travel editor at the Conde Nast Publications. Her work has appeared in numerous national publications as well as many websites and she is the author of several travel books. Visit FarewellTravels.com.