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Hiking Italy’s Cinque Terre Con Famiglia

A family hike along coastal Italy's "5 Lands" region gives sisters a perfect opportunity to bond and celebrate a milestone birthday in the Cinque Terre. If you want to plan the...

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Crested Butte, Colorado At Its Best

A well-skied family goes late in the season to the higher altitudes of Crested Butte, Colorado, guaranteeing the best conditions. For families, a ski trip to the Rockies is, at best, a once-a-season endeavor....

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Laurel Highlands – Pennsylvania’s Funlands

Idlewild and Soak Zone -- the key family attractions in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands -- provide old-fashioned amusement to family thrill-seekers so much so, that I need to remind myself this is the...

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Short Break From NYC – Hudson Valley Weekend Getaway

Tarrytown, New York and the historic Hudson Valley have a multitude of things for families to do, while offering small town charm and a brief escape from the city.If a busy schedule or a tight...

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Bicycle Safety Tips for Outdoor Summer Fun

May is Bike Safety Month, the time for parents and kids to discuss safety on the road when bicycling. “When it comes to bicycling, safety is always the top priority. Because...

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On The Otago Central Rail Trail

Kids love trains and so does the Otago region of New Zealand, where more than 150 kilometers of once busy railroad tracks have been removed and converted into Rail Trails for cyclists....

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Top Family Camps in the East

Family sleepaway camp vacations offer fun, adventure and family bonding at reasonable rates. So, think about going to camp together with your kids this year. Plan ahead, and check out these great family...

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a breath of fresh air

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. Albert...

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The Painters

My brother and I explored the East Coast, darting from train to train to visit every art museum we could. We saw paintings by Van Gogh, Monet, Bierstadt, and Moran. But we did not notice any dirt or...

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Lost and Found: Yosemite

I’m flat on my stomach flying at 9,000 feet, legs tight and arms stretched wide. My neck and head are over the edge, and the...

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