Travel: Take the Children

Nobody deserves a summer's vacation in Europe more than the parents of young children. But what to do with the children? The increasingly popular solution: take them along.

The most articulate spokesman for this solution is a pretty young woman named Leila Hadley, whose four children (Arthur, 18, Victoria, 10, Matthew, 8, Caroline, 4), plus a peripatetic geologist husband and an inborn wanderlust provided the fieldwork for her new, four-volume guidebook, How to Travel with Children in Europe.

Miracle Flight Diet. For one thing, says Miss Hadley, "more unusual, unexpected and downright pleasant...

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