About We3Travel® Welcome to We3Travel® Welcome to We3Travel, a family travel blog! We are the Grubers…Tamara (that’s me), Glenn and Hannah. Our family of three is exploring the world one trip at a time from our home base in Rhode Island. Tamara is the obsessive travel planner, Glenn is the family chef and sommelier, and Hannah keeps us adventuring. We are always hunting for cheap international flights, but we also love road trips, National Parks, and discovering hidden gems in nearby New England. When Glenn can’t tag along, Hannah and I head out on mother-daughter trips that usually involve some sort of adventure or an epic road trip. We believe that traveling together strengthens our family bonds and creates long-lasting memories. It has also helped us raise an empowered, resilient teen girl who is open to new experiences and cares deeply about our world and other people. We love finding emerging destinations, having cultural/educational experiences, adventuring outside together, and exploring a destination through its food. We hope you will follow along! How I Can Help You I’m an obsessive travel planner that spends an insane amount of time researching and creating our itineraries to ensure the smoothest trip possible. After all, fun trips mean a happy family and great memories! And that is the goal, right? Enjoying your time together instead of stressing over logistics? On We3Travel you will find a combination of tips, reviews, destination guides, and sample itineraries for travel with teens and tweens. We can’t always travel as a family so you will also find suggestions for mother-daughter trips, girlfriend getaways, and parent escapes. Where You Can Find More I also love to chat about family travel and tips with my co-host, Kimberly Tate from Stuffed Suitcase over on our weekly family travel podcast, Vacation Mavens. I write about solo female travel, romantic getaways, girls’ trips and life after 40 over on my sister site, YourTimetoFly.com. I am also a member of the Family Travel Association and the Society of American Travel Writers. In fact, We3Travel received the Bronze Lowell Thomas Award from the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation for Best Travel Blogs in 2019. Want to know where we are going next? Subscribe to my monthly newsletter for exclusive tips and info, or join us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube. How We Afford to Travel It is common in the travel industry to accept complimentary or hosted accommodations, meals, tickets, and tours in exchange for an honest review. Sometimes, brands or destinations will even pay for travel writers to visit a destination and create content about the experience — from videos, photos, or articles. From time to time, we do accept both of these arrangements to help cover my expenses as a travel writer, and they are always fully disclosed in the coverage. We strive to be unbiased and look at things from an objective perspective whether we are hosted, paid, or paying full price. In fact, it is more typical that we are traveling on our own using a combination of points and cash just like you. Luckily, I am also able to earn a living from this blog through a combination of advertising revenue, affiliate commissions, and marketing campaigns. To learn more, you can read our full disclosure statement. What our Readers Say “Incredible guide Tamara! My wife and I are following this guide almost to a T so you saved us a ton of work!” – Rikin “We used this itinerary last year and all the recommendations were spot on.” – Julie “Friends of mine just went there [Universal Orlando] and they followed all your tips and had the best time.” – Nicole “Thank you for posting so much helpful info about Rome and Venice! We are looking into the tours you mentioned now. Just wanted to make sure you knew your slice of the Internet really helped someone!” – Spring Break Family “I took your advice and booked a private tour of the Vatican. It was incredible and we loved saving ourselves time by not standing in line.” – Camille Home page image and “about” image are courtesy of Anass from Flytographer in Marrakech.