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Villas in Assisi Available for Guests and Special Events

As of April 2014, Zenaide Giunta, descendent of Emperor Napoleon, opened two of her castles in the countryside of Assisi, Italy -- one serving as a villa for guests, and the other as a venue for special...

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Traveling to Cambodia: The Top Destinations, Sites and Activities

Cambodia is one of Southeast Asia’s most intriguing destinations. Still overcoming a brutally difficult past, the country is still a few years behind the rest of the continent. A slow pace of life,...

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VIP Chaperone Service Treats Visitors To New York Nightlife

It’s not every Monday night that a quirky Serbian bartender whisks you away in a chauffeured limo and introduces you to three of New York’s coolest cocktail bars. But then again,

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New Book Series Helps Travelers With Food Allergies

The Let’s Eat Out! series is a compilation of books, apps, and guides designed to help those with gluten and allergy restrictions educate themselves and eat safely in their own homes and...

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Weekend Adventures with Kids Around the Bay Area

We love San Francisco’s Bay Area and the Monterey Peninsula and return often with our family to sample new hotels, restaurants and the ever-changing scene.  Fans who have been leery of attempting...

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Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort, Cancun, Quintana Roo

What we love about the all-inclusive Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort, located outside the main city of Cancun along the coast of Quintana Roo, is its ability to meet our vacation...

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Short Breaks And Weekend Getaways From Washington DC

Capital region families are ideally poised to head north or south along the Atlantic coast for a variety of urban and beach getaways suited to every season. If you and your family live near...

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The Unexpected Charms of Rockford, Illinois

We are in a Victorian era, one-room schoolhouse where a costumed interpreter holds up a one-legged wooden stool. "This is for children who can’t sit still," he explains. "They stay here until they...

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Big New Family-Friendly Things Happening In Dallas, Texas

When I think Texas, I think big. It is the largest of the lower 48 states, more vast than any European country.  Billboards with bold slogans such as “Everything’s Bigger...

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