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Author: Danny Strein

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Zip-Thru Laptop Case Product Review

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has recently allowed manufacturers to produce travel-friendly laptop sleeves that meet security needs without flyers removing their laptops.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Baby, Kids, Shopping

Giggle Bug Toddler Tracker

FTF recommends a nifty device that ensures parents that their children are never too far away.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Baby, Health, Insurance & Safety, Shopping

The Baby B'Air Infant Vest For Lap Children

Just because the airplane doesn't give your little ones their own chair, doesn't mean they can't buckle up.

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Author: Selina Andersson

Tags : Eco-Tourism, Kids, Multigen, Shopping, Teens, Volunteer

Give Back Gifts - Kids Presents That Help Others

Holidays are the time to instill your family's values into your children, and delivering a bonanza of gifts that give back to others is a wonderful way to accomplish this.  Why not skip the long lines, reduce click-fatigue, save money, stay warm, help a good cause and live your family values out loud. Spend your holiday allowance to support the many wonderful adopt-an-animal programs, educational initiatives, and life-changing organizations that work around the world to improve the human condition.

Here are some organizations that our families support.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Adventure Trip, Air Travel, Biking, Blogs, City Break, Couples, Kids, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Shopping, Teens

Tech Infused Holiday Presents for Travelers

With luggage being rethought by crowd-funded entrepreneurs, and technology infusing all aspects of travelers' essentials, we surfed around and tested some of the latest products to bring you fresh picks for the traveler in your life.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Adventure Trip, Baby, Camping, Eco-Tourism, Kids, North America, Shopping

Introducing Family Camping To Little Explorers

When warm nights beckon kids to brave the wilds of the back yard and beyond, you'll need some recommendations and resources about family camping to get them ready.

Family camping is one of my childhood's great pleasures. But in this day and age, when horror movies and environmental disasters can make a vacation in the great outdoors seem frightening and unpredictable, parents need to prepare young children for the adventure. Camping with toddlers is great fun, especially if you follow these great How-To's by Gwynne Spencer for introducing the fine art of camping-out to kids.

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Author: Kyle McCarthy

Tags : Adventure Trip, Couples, Kids, Multigen, Shopping, Tips & Documents

Souvenir Shopping Savvy

Souvenir crazy? We are. With Americans spending $5 billion on souvenirs annually, we want to share shopping tips that should reduce your family’s chances of buying junk and maximize the odds of bringing home a keepsake.

1. Avoid airport shops.

Many travelers are tempted to spend the last of their local currency at the airport on Toblerone, the Swiss prism-shaped chocolate which sells 25% of its global output at Duty Free. We say avoid airport shops, especially the over-priced Duty Free chain.

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Author: Kyle McCarthy

Tags : Caribbean, Couples, Multigen, North America, Shopping, Spa & Wellness

10 Gifts For Fathers, Mothers & Travelers Who Have Everything

Frequent travelers will appreciate our selection of unusual presents – organized by parenting style -- whether it’s Mother’s Day, Father's Day or any other occasion.

 

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Canada, Cheap Vacation, City Break, Couples, Europe, Kids, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Shopping, Teens, USA

Big City Deals With City Pass Savings

Find out how to save with attraction passes for several U.S. cities, plus discounted attraction passes in London, Rome, Paris and many other European destinations.

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Author: Kyle McCarthy

Tags : Business Travel, Couples, Multigen, Shopping, Teens

Our Favorite Comfortable Travel Shoes

Comfort shoes, like personal hotspots and kale chips, are the new travel essential, no matter what your age. You don't have to have traveled farther than your first job -- maybe as a shop clerk, ice cream scooper, or an after-school sports counselor -- to learn that well-fitted, supportive shoes make a big difference.

Parents lugging babies in backpacks, boomers, and active elders find them even more important, especially when traveling.

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