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I was looking at booking a trip to cuba or Mexico with DH and the kids before we start back down the possible pregnancy road. I will only be going with three of the four kids because DSD's mom wont agree to the cross border travel.
I cant imagine that it is so unusal to have 2 adults and 3 kids but it appears that it is. I cant find any of the all inclusive packages that allow for 3 kids. Some one told me that we can get two rooms but then we are looking at so much more money.
wondering how some other families do it if they go to warm vacations? We cant do the United States but open to any other fun warm vacation ideas.
We've only done vacations in the United States and always run into the 4 person room max. Our next vacation Florida we are booking two connecting rooms. For our vacation in Maine this summer we are renting a house.
I found the best way to find rooms that accomodate five is to do your research through a travel agent-those rooms are out there they just usually are not advertised in the booklets. We often go to an agent, get them to make the calls, then book the resorts online ourselves and be sure to get travel insurance of course-our last trip to Mexico with kids cost us two expensive doctors' visits We don't get two rooms yet but the baby is still crib-able