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Charlotte with children

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Charlotte with children

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One of Charlotte's strong points is that it has an abundance of high-quality options for families. Residents from other areas often cite family-friendliness as a primary reason for moving, and visitors often find the city easy to enjoy with children around.

Contents [hide] 1 Understand 2 Prepare 3 Get in 4 Go/Walk/Drive/... 4.1 Point 1 to Point 2 4.2 Point 3 side trip 4.3 Point 4 to Point 7 4.3.1 Via point 5 4.3.2 Via point 6 5 Stay safe 6 Get out

[edit]Understand In the past 20 years, the amount of child-friendly options in Uptown Charlotte has grown exponentially. The recent additions of several new facilities, added to established favorites such as Discovery Place, has made it relatively easy to enjoy the center city while in the company of children. Other areas of interest may include South End, SouthPark, NoDa (during the day), and Ballantyne. With travelers in mind, this itinerary will focus primarily on Uptown options.

[edit]Prepare Needless to say, preparation is key when traveling with children. If you are staying in a hotel that serves breakfast, make sure to grab a bite to eat before leaving. By Charlotte standards, food is expensive Uptown. Also, make sure that your kids have a good pair of walking shoes. You may want to carry sunscreen, especially during the summer when the heat can be intense. And of course, it always helps to have plenty of supplies (diapers, food, etc.) handy; though there are some helpful stores Uptown, it is not guaranteed that you'll be able to find a box of handy-wipes at a moment's notice.

[edit]Get in Details on how to arrive at the starting point and how to leave the destination. Try and include as many options as you can think of. Also include getting to and from transportation centers to the starting point and destination.

[edit]Go/Walk/Drive/... An in-depth description of the route. The title of this section reflects the main mode of transport. If the itinerary is a trek, use "Walk", if it is mainly done by car, use "Drive". If you'd use different types of transportation or if it is up to the traveller to choose, use "Go". This section can contain several sub-sections describing successive parts of the route, different alternate routes and important or interesting side trips

[edit]Point 1 to Point 2 [edit]Point 3 side trip [edit]Point 4 to Point 7 [edit]Via point 5 [edit]Via point 6 [edit]Stay safe Specifics on safety during the trip

[edit]Get out Details on how to leave the destination. Try and include as many options as you can think of. Also include information on getting to transportation centers at the destination.

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