Our Family’s (2nd) Year in the South of France
Kids and Castles - Our year with kids in the South of France

Surviving Jet Lag Day

We landed in France this morning. Paris is beautiful. the weather is perfect. And the croissants and cheese are exactly right.

The children, however, are HORRIBLE!  Jet lag is not the friend of traveling families.

Fortunately, a good nights sleep will change everything.

4 Responses to “Surviving Jet Lag Day”

  1. Dianne King says:

    Wow, didn’t know you were doing it again…where and for how long, Diane? Have a great time!

    • Diane H. says:

      Hi Dianne. We’re doing another school year. Still in the south of France but this time closer to Spain. We’ll be in the Languedoc near Carcassonne. You and Ross should come and visit us.

      • eric g. says:

        hi diane, my wife and two children are planning to spen Christmas vacation in southern france. we r 40yrs old and I dream of two years living in village. we live in az and travel much, always searching for a slower life. u inspire us and lots of great info. thx so much for the smiles. please stay in touch. eric and lybee

        • Diane H. says:

          Hi Eric and Lybee, Thanks for dropping us a note. I hope you enjoy your Christmas vacation. We find it’s a magical time to be here – try to catch some festivities in one of the small villages. Tourist information can be very helpful at pointing out the “off the beaten path” things.