How’s this for a hard trip to plan -
- 95 year old great-grandmother (walks with a cane), just wants to spend time with family, entertainment would be nice too (lectures, music, dance, plays/musicals etc.)
-4 childless 30somethings who like to be physically active, high quality food (can cook, or eat out), high quality entertainment (if possible)
- 15 year old who will want independence and amusement, a peer group would be nice too
- 2 year old
- the 30-something parents of the 2 kids
2 sets of mid-60s couples who like high quality food and entertainment; they might also want to shop, but I don’t think that’s a requirement
We’re looking for something easy like a cruise, but preferably not a cruise since that’s not appealing to the childless 30somethings. Unless there is a cruise line that has fresh food and physically active options like hiking, biking, kayaking, rock climbing, etc.
And lastly - we live near DC and need to stay within a 4 hour drive (or train) to our destination so as not to overtax our matriarch. Easy, senior friendly, but with things to do other than sun ourselves and eat - anyone have any tips on how to construct a trip like that?