I know you don’t want to do housework but your best option might be a holiday house away from home or a family room/adjoining rooms with a connecting door. Another option is a B&B but they are usually pretty expensive. Only take what you definitely need. Write a list to work from the cull what you decide you don’t need. People tend to take more clothes and food than they need. Some families travel either at night or leave early in the morning and the children go back to sleep for awhile. You don’t constantly get asked “how much further” or “how long before we get there” Be prepared for “toilet stops”. If you stop to put more fuel in your car make it a toilet break too. (I learnt that from my parents when my siblings and I were young)

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Published 28th January 2020

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