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About Me & My Family

We are a French family who has been living in the US for 15 years. We spend all our summers in France, visiting our family as well as other European countries. I write travel books and I am having lots of fun doing that. So far I published two: 'Your Guide to Visit Paris for Free' and 'Your Guide to Visit San Francisco for Free', both available on Amazon.com
Our Family's Travel Personality
curious, structured, independent, energetic, scheduled, artsy
We Just Got Back From
Venice, Italy, Paris, France
Our Favorite Vacation Spot
Spain
A Place We'd Love To Visit
Japan
Favorite Vacation Memory
Australia. It just felt perfect and we got to see Ayers Rock: a dream come true.
Worst Travel Moment With My Kids:
Thais having a very smelly bowel movement in her diaper while listening to our guide at the Sydnedy Opera House and throwing up right after that on the beautiful Sydney Opera Floor (she was 4 months old)
Websites I Like:
www.visitcitiesforfree.com www.visitparisforfree.com www.visitsanfranciscoforfree.com www.travelismorefunwithkids.com

Easter Egg Hunts in Massachussets

To enjoy a drama-free Easter Egg Hunt with smaller children, go to an Egg Hunt where the children will be divided by age. If this is not possible, just make sure that you keep your toddler away from the bigger kids who can sometimes be pushy in their quest for the eggs.
If you have children older than 10, chances are that they will be barred from most Easter Egg Hunts.
And do not forget to bring your own basket!

Farmanimalsanctuary

37 Eddy Street
Norton, Massachusetts

Comment:
On March 21, 27, and 28 as well as April 3rd, come to the farm and enjoy the annual Easter Egg Hunt from noon to three.



300 Main Street
Falmouth, Massachusetts

Comment:
On April 3rd at noon, let's meet at the Peg Noonan Park for pictures with the Easter Bunny and go to the Library Lawn at 1:00 pm for a traditional Easter Egg Hunt.



Mittineague Park
West Springfield, Massachusetts

Comment:
This event is for children 7 and under only. The egg hunt will start at 10:30 am and the children will be divided by age groups.



277 Hatchville Road
East Falmouth, Massachusetts

Comment:
Come anytime between 10 am and 3 pm on Saturday April 11 and you will be able to search for eggs in their blueberry patch. Once you found them, you can turn them in for a bag of treats at the end of the day. Members of the farm do not pay. Others pay $6 per child and $8 per adult.



181 Dayton Street
Danvers, Massachusetts

Comment:
On March 28th, the day begins at 10:30 am with a free continental breakfast and a Palm Sunday celebration service. Then you register for the egg hunt that will start at noon. You will have 5 000 eggs hidden to look for! Then you will be off for lots of games and activities.


Train

300 North Main Street
Florence, Massachusetts

Comment:
Prepare your basket for a fun Easter Egg Hunt on April 3rd. Good news, kids are separated by age 1:00 p.m. - ages 2 and under 1:15 p.m. - ages 3 & 4 1:30 p.m. - ages 5 & 6 1:45 p.m. - ages 7 & 8 2:00 p.m. - ages 9 & 10 The event is free but parking in the park will cost you $4.