Lydie's Passport


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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
Our Family's Travel Personality
curious, structured, independent, energetic, scheduled, artsy
We Just Got Back From
Venice, Italy, Paris, France
Our Favorite Vacation Spot
A Place We'd Love To Visit
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:

Kid-friendly Museum Exhibits in 2010 - Seattle

Several museums in Seattle are hosting wonderful exhibitions that the whole family will enjoy discovering. The exhibitions are quite diverse ranging from learning about Mars to admiring glass sculptures.

NE 45th St & 17th Ave NE
Seattle, Washington

Cruisin' the Fossil Freeway. Till Monday May 31, 2010. Take a road through the American West and discover fossils along the way.


200 Second Avenue North
Seattle, Washington

Facing Mars. Till May 9, 2010 Hurry to experience all the sensations of a real trip to Mars. Build a rocket, learn about microgravity and more.


9404 East Marginal Way South
Seattle, Washington

In Search of Amelia Earhart Till May 16, 2010. You will learn about Amelia Earhart life and passion for flying as well as her unfortunate disappearance. You will discover that she was a very talented woman: she was an author as well as a fashion designer! Some interesting artifacts include the suede jacket she wore on her 1932 solo transatlantic flight as well as the only remaining piece of her plane.


305 Harrison Street
Seattle, Washington

Till May 23rd,2010. Celebrating 95th years of Tinkertoys Talk about a classic! You will be able to play a scavenger hunt, test your Tinkertoy gadget against the power of the wind and build your own creations.


1801 Dock St.
Tacoma, Washington

Kids design glass. Till October 31, 2011. You will see 52 glass sculptures designed by children who participated in the kids Design Glass program. These little creatures are hard to resist and a pleasure to discover!