Holly Rosen Fink

Holly Rosen Fink

Holly Rosen Fink has been working in marketing both in television and publishing for the last fifteen years and is now attending NYU as a graduate student. She has two children, Olivia and Max, ages 5 and 7, and she lives in Westchester. Holly blogs about travel, as well as theater, film, art, books, advocacy and more at .

Exploring the Wonders of Jerusalem with Kids

Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and one of the most inspiring cities in the world.  When you are there, you feel its sanctity, history and multi-culturalism. Here. a writer returns to introduce a city she loves to her kids. Follow along to learn the 11 best things to do in Jerusalem with kids. 11 Best Things to Do in Jerusalem with Kids 1.The Old City 2. The Jewish Quarter 3. Ben Yehuda Street 4. Chagall Windows at Hadassah Hospital 5. Israel Museum 6. Mahane Yehuda 7. Mea Shearim Quarter 8. Talpiot 9. Time Elevator 10. Tisch Family Zoological...

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Beaver Creek Loves Kids

If you’re heading to Beaver Creek Resort this winter in Beaver Creek Mountain, Colorado with your family, you are in for a treat.  There is a slew of activities for your kids.  Aside from skiing, the town has a slate of things to do all season long.  Between Christmas and mid-March, there are different activities every night of the week.  The program is called “Beaver Creek Loves Kids“ and it’s a program catered to kids, just kids and no one else. Beaver Creek is a great family destination for so many reasons.  Skiing is a family sport, and it’s...

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Family Fare in Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek Resort has all kinds of choices for families of all shapes and sizes when it comes to finding something to please everyone after a day on the snow. There are wonderful options all over the resort, for budgets of all kinds, from inexpensive to deluxe. You can go low key, or slightly fancy, and it’s always possible to find solid options. Here are some of our favorite culinary spots to check out while you’re visiting with the kids: Toscanini is located in the heart of the village at Beaver Creek Mountain, right next to the ice-skating rink....

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EpicMix Takes Skiing and Photos to a New Dimension

EpicMix is a whole new way of skiing and capturing your experience on film. You no longer have to worry about carrying your camera on the slopes and having to stop in your tracks on the mountain. Photographers are scattered around the mountain taking photographs and the photos are captured on your EpixMix card, which also serves as your lift ticket. You slip the card inside your pocket and it manages to capture all the day’s memories on a code. Professional photographers are positioned all over the slopes where EpicMix is featured, which is currently at Vail, Beaver Creek,...

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Family Vacationing at the Pines Lodge in Beaver Creek

If you’re looking for place to stay with your family in Beaver Creek, Colorado this winter, the Pines Lodge is definitely worth exploring. Centrally located in Beaver Creek Resort, it is close enough to either ski or walk to lifts, shops, restaurants and all the activities including snowshoeing and snow mobiling in the winter and whitewater rafting and mountain biking in the summer.  The lodge has been voted the number one resort and restaurant, according to Market Metrics.  Owned by Vail Resorts, it’s a Rock Resort property.  One of its pluses is its magnificent views of the resort town....

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Comforts of Home at the Elkhorn Lodge in Colorado

The Elkhorn Lodge in Beaver Creek, Colorado is a true gem for families.  A ski-in/ski-out lodge situated just minutes from the village, it’s clean, spacious and comfortable and ideal for a family staying for more than a few days.  It has everything to suit a family’s needs: location, free shuttle service to the resort, fully equipped kitchens, jetted bath tubs and more.  The lodge is actually a condominium with wholly owned condos, but you can pay per night while the owners are away. They are immaculate and the lodge truly offers an experience like being in a “home away...

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How to Simplify Packing for a Family Trip

Does packing for a family trip make you ferklempt (Yiddish for “All worked up, on the verge of a breakdown.”) Do you start the process days before your trip so you make sure you have everything days in advance? Or are you a procrastinator and wait until the last minute, guaranteeing that you’ll forget important items? Packing for a family trip can be really tough. You don’t want to overpack or you’ll have too much to carry and will be spending half your trip packing and re-packing and you won’t be able to find anything. Plus, if you’re going...

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Luxury Family Holidays at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

The Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta is an unexpected child-friendy hotel in the heart of downtown Atlanta.  It’s strategically located right near some of my favorite Atlanta spots: The High Museum of Art, the Puppetry Center of Arts, Piedmont Park, the GA Aquarium, the William Brennan Jewish Heritage and Holocaust Museum and not far from the highway to Virginia Highlands. Before checking in to the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, you will be asked the names and ages of your children.  Your kids will be  treated to a small toy from a wagon and then find milk and cookies waiting for...

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Family Getaway at the Ritz Carlton Buckhead

If you live in Atlanta or plan to visit in the upcoming months, the Ritz Carlton Buckhead has a wonderful package you will want to take advantage of.  The package includes family-friendly activities that are conducive to every member of the family such as dive-in movies at the pool, a fun-filled scavenger hunt, free ice-cream at all the restaurants, and best of all, a bit of luxury and pampering for the parents. The Ritz really knows how to cater to families. First of all, they call kids V.I.K.’s. (Very Important Kids).  They think that families don’t have to give...

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TripIt Could Trip Up Your Travel Plans

This past summer my family and I embarked on a fabulous European adventure to England and France. I’ve blogged about it here. It was truly a fabulous trip, fulll of memories for all of us. Going to the top of the Eiffel Tower was on the top of our bucket list. My kids still haven’t stopped talking about it since. What I neglected to write about was an unusual and unfortunate experience that occurred while we were in London. It involved an app called TripIt. I’m sure you’ve heard of it. You’ve probably all used it. Ever since my...

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