2 Travel Dads

2TRAVELDADS

Chris and I (I’m Rob, Hi!) have been together for 10+ years.  We’ve been legally married since 2013.  Before kids we were just another couple exploring the world, but now with our little dudes we’re 2TravelDads… and we keep on traveling.

Together, Chris and I have traveled through Europe, Mexico, the US and Canada. And we’ve gone to Asia separately a few times.  We’re not fancy, but when the opportunity presents itself, we definitely opt for a posh hotel with a nice pool over “old world charm”.  We will deal with a scary room in a pinch.  We will camp in odd places.  We’re not afraid of taking our kids on adventures.

Five perfect destinations for LGBT travel (and everyone else too!)

Five perfect destinations for LGBT travel (and everyone else too!) their Instagram and are adding content to their new blog Lesbians Who Travel.  We asked them about their top destinations for LGBT travel and they gave some great ideas. We’ve been to a few of these beautiful locations which are perfect… Read more »

Jacksonville Beach Vibe: Zeta Brewing’s down with it

Jacksonville Beach Vibe: Zeta Brewing’s down with it We often tell strangers about Seattle and how the Pacific Northwest is the land of neighborhoods where there is a different vibe in every area.  Each district of the city has its own parks, pizza and breweries.  Breweries.  Many of them.  Everywhere. … Read more »

The amazing Yosemite Valley tram tour

The amazing Yosemite Valley tram tour While we typically just do our own thing and plot out sights we want to see, every now and then we’ll do a tour.  National Parks are so easy to explore on your own, especially when you’re planning on hiking a bunch, but when… Read more »

A Seekender experience in Hood River, Oregon: relaxing with family time

A Seekender experience in Hood River, Oregon: relaxing with family time There are days or weeks when we are just worn out; sometimes it’s from traveling a ton and sometimes it’s just because life can be a lot to deal with.  That’s why we always try to relax on our… Read more »

Mission San Juan Capistrano: a SoCal must-visit

Mission San Juan Capistrano: a SoCal must-visit Somewhere between the skyscrapers of Los Angeles and the beaches of San Diego there’s pocket of Old California.  When you’re touring Southern California it’s easy to just breeze on down to your final destination, but why would you when you could make some… Read more »

Outdoor Activities with Young Kids along the Scenic Route

Outdoor Activities with Young Kids along the Scenic Route We love when we get to share our favorite spots to visit, tips we’ve learned and ideas for exciting times along the Scenic Route.  We’ve created a really fun video to inspire new and wild times with young kids as you… Read more »

San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill: Greenwich & Filbert Steps

San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill: Greenwich & Filbert Steps Every city has its defining characteristics that make it unusual and attractive.  Seattle has the ferry system and Pike Place Market, Los Angeles has the film industry and beaches, San Francisco has the cable cars and all of its hills… Well, the… Read more »

Couples Weekend in Las Vegas: how to plan and enjoy time away

Couples Weekend in Las Vegas: how to plan and enjoy time away Las Vegas .  Check out their process and the great experience they had taking some time for themselves away from the kids doing a couples weekend in Las Vegas. Planning a couples weekend is easy when you choose… Read more »

4 Ways to enjoy the Scenic Route around Oahu

4 Ways to enjoy the Scenic Route around Oahu Chief Travel Guides for Alamo Rent A Car and share our ideas for exploring the Scenic Route. We recently completed a grand tour of the Island of Oahu and came up with the four key ways to experience this incredible island. … Read more »

Experiencing the best of Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park

Experiencing the best of Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park We love spotting bears across a valley or watching a herd of elk in the distance, but in Yellowstone it’s much more involved than that.  While the overall rule is to not approach wildlife, sometimes it just approaches you, so here… Read more »