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Family Cruising in Turkey and the Greek Islands

I have just returned from a two week cruise in the south of Turkey, spending time on board a gulet rented out to me from TurkYacht boating company. It was an amazing opportunity for me and my family to sail around the coast of Turkey, and to the Greek islands. The BlueCruise offered a wonderful experience on board the GetAway gulet, soaking up thesun, tasting freshly caught fish and taking time...

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Norwegian Cruise Line Adds New Family Programs To Fleet

Norwegian Cruise Line has launched two youth and teen programs, Splash Academy and Entourage, which debuted in February on the Norwegian Gem and will join the rest of fleet by August of 2012.   NCL was the first line to offer on-board programs for kids, and its signature freestyle cruising has made it an attractive...

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Keswick Hall And Golf Club, Virginia

Keswick Hall and Golf Club is a historic hunt country estate that caters to tastefully upscale families seeking civilized rural getaways and scenic drives. Picture combining a century-old, Tuscan-style villa with the land Thomas Jefferson called the “Eden of the United States” and what do you get? A classy, clubby retreat in Charlottesville, Virginia that's a wonderful place to catch your breath,...

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Carnival Launches Year Round Cruising from New York City

Carnival Cruise Lines is expanding its presence in New York City, with the Miracle offering year-round service from the Big Apple from the spring of 2012.  This is great news for families in the New York metropolitan area who are looking for a great pay-one-price vacation, without the hassle of flying.  Choose...

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Staying Healthy At Sea: How To Avoid Norovirus

After several recent outbreaks of norovirus in which hundreds, if not thousands, of passengers on major cruise lines became ill, the now legendary cruise ship "mummy tummy" is back in the news. On the positive side, this gives us an opportunity to remind parents and children (who are especially susceptible to serious side effects of the disease like dehydration) how to avoid...

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Waterpark Meets Beach At The Gran Caribe Real Cancun Resort

With 477 suites, a pirate-themed waterpark and a friendly staff notable for wanting to please all guests, the Gran Caribe Real Cancun is a five-star family experience. Occupying a quarter of a mile of white sand on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, this resort provides guests with ample opportunity to have fun in the Caribbean sun. Along...

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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 sleepaway camps. Parents who wish to relive their childhood camp days -- or who simply want to enjoy quality family time away from the distractions of modern technology -- are flocking to...

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Travel Professionals Reveal What Industry Can Do To Improve Family Vacations

Attendees at the recent Family Travel Conference reveal that hotels and cruise lines must try harder to meet family travelers' needs for a stress-free, healthy and engaged vacation. (Media only, New York, Feb 9, 2012) - At the Inaugural Family Travel Conference co-hosted...

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Bigger Is Better At The All-Inclusive Iberostar Cancun Resort

If you’re looking for an all-inclusive Cancun beach resort with a biggest-and-the-best attitude, the Iberostar Cancun Hotel (formerly the Hilton Cancun Golf and Spa Resort) is perfect for your family. It is, in fact, the only resort in Cancun to include a championship golf course among its facilities, which makes it ideal for multi-generational...

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Dominican Republic Beach Vacations At LHVC Resorts – All-Inclusive And Kosher Too

The two families seated in front of me, like many other passengers on my flight to the Dominican Republic, will soon be sharing an oceanfront condo near the north coast port of Puerto Plata. Unlike the gold sands and gentle Caribbean surf of the island's very commercial resort of Punta Cana, the rugged north coast attracts active travelers looking for a more active...

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