My husband and I are planning our son's first trip to Greece. It's also my husband's first trip. I used to go as a child a lot, since my family is Greek, and it was never stressful, but now I find myself really stressing out. That's unpleasant because I love Greece so much and I don't want to have a horrible vacation. But all the responsibilities of traveling with a child and a husband who doesn't speak Greek and has never been abroad are starting to overwhelm me. So I thought I'd come here for travel tips and advice. My first and biggest concern is the car seat situation. Honestly, I don't even think people in Greece use infant car seats! I'm bringing mine of course, but I'm terrified that the taxi driver from the airport is going to think I'm loony bins and they may not even want to give us a ride if it means a lengthy car seat installation process. Then, we have to take a bus from Athens to the family's village, which is even more terrifying because buses don't have seat belts, so I won't even be able to use my car seat. I'm very concerned about safety. Then, of course, I'm wondering what to pack for an infant who's going to be away from home for two weeks and traveling on a plane. Is there anything I shouldn't forget? Having family there makes a big difference. I don't have to worry about bathtubs or cribs...that's all taken care of. I'm not planning to pack a stroller even though my seven month old son is obviously not walking yet. Is that a mistake? I've started to make my packing checklist, so any advice you guys have will be much appreciated. Finally, have any of you ever been to Greece with an infant or unprepared, American husband? If so, is there any advice you have for me?