We love our parents—and some of us ARE parents—but it's not always easy traveling with your folks. It could be a matter of speed: You want to go heli-skiing in Alaska; they'd prefer to cruise there. Maybe it's a difference in price point, or a question of who pays for what. Should adult children take their parents on vacation, as a thank you for all those years of Disney trips? Or should you split the bill evenly? There's also the question of trip planning: Should one person be in charge, and is it automatically Mom and Dad? It was in the past! Or is it the family member with the youngest child, and therefore, the most restrictions? In this week's Travelogue podcast, we get personal, sharing tried-and-true ways to make family travel something to look forward to every year.