Mexico City Vacation: We Took Our Kids and You Should Too

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Where can you find some of the some of the best museums, amazing parks, gorgeous fountains, playgrounds, culture, history, arts, architecture, amazing restaurants, classy boutiques, mezcal, street vendors, street food, and some of the best churros ever? Mexico City. That is right Mexico City.

When my husband suggested Mexico for a trip, I thought just like you are thinking, Mexico City… Will we be safe? Is this the place we want to take our children? So I understand exactly what you are thinking but take all your misconceptions and toss them out of the window. My family which consist of two small children; one with special needs were very safe and enjoyed every aspect of Mexico City. Let me tell you why…

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How I prepare my autistic child to fly

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Walking through the airport can be overwhelming for any child.  The intercoms with an unfamiliar voice “Now boarding ” The lights, the shuffle of people, the clicking of luggage, strangers, foreign languages, screens with listed information, getting through TSA, all present extra challenges for an autistic child who process so much at once.

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