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Spring Break ’09 Nightmare!

My senior year in high school was 2009 and I wanted to do something exciting for spring break. My parents, who belong to a service-organization called The Lions Club, happened to have a club visitation to a Lion’s Club in Freeport, Bahamas during my spring break. To me that sounded like a perfect excuse to get away and travel somewhere new. With...

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Star Trekking: 04:2010: Antonio Banderas Takes Riviera Maya by Stallion

"All I need now is for Antonio Banderas to show up on a shiny black stallion."  How many times have I said that to myself, while studying my toenail polish from a chaise lounge on a pristine beach along Mexico's Riviera Maya?Ironically, I was discussing Banderas most recently at a Riviera Maya hotel opening. Praising the star of "The Legend of Zorro" as well as the kids' favorite "Spy...

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Summer Fun, Vermont Style

Want to enjoy budget summer fun in Vermont? FTF gives you the inside scoop on where to stay and what to do in the snow-free Mt. Snow Valley. It's not sleek or chic like Woodstock, but there's more creative family-friendly energy throughout the year in the towns that make up the Mt. Snow Valley than any other areas I've visited in Vermont. Little known to those outside Vermont,...

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Crystal Cruises And The Smithsonian Sail The Panama Canal

A luxury Crystal Cruise includes the super teaching skills of the Smithsonian Museum staff to offer families at sea a sailor's life of learning.Take one magnificent ship, add a dash of mouthwatering cuisine, a sprinkling of awesome life at sea, the thrill of a transit through the Panama Canal, and the tropical island adventures in St. Croix, St. Barts, Antigua, and Aruba. Stir gently for...

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My Family Adventure In Oahu

Beautiful beaches like Waikiki and the historical Pearl Harbor site are just two highlights on Oahu, Hawaii's best known tourist destination. Many first time visitors to Hawai'i equate it with Honolulu, and the island of Oahu with Waikiki. That's a pity.  While Waikiki Beach in Honolulu is a key attraction -- certainly it's the best central location to stay -- O'ahu...

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Iberostar – Profile Of A Family-Friendly Resort Company

Iberostar, the brand behind all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, Mexico, Spain, and other countries, has both a storied history and a high rate of approval from vacationing families. Grupo Iberostar has been around for a long time—its presence in the travel industry dates back to 1930, when it was...

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Star Trekker: Zac Brown Band Cruises to Grand Cayman

On September 2, 2010, the Grammy Award-winning Zac Brown Band will be taking the long way to Grand Cayman aboard the Carnival Inspiration. The country music ensemble will depart from Tampa, Florida for a four-day "Sailing Southern Ground" cruise to entertain lucky fans on board. The Country Music Award-nominated group has had previous experience cruising –...

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Bahamas-Bound On The New Disney Dream

Innovative as ever, the Disney Dream sets sail with 4-night Bahamian cruises starting at just $3,500 for a family of four. Wow!Eight decades have passed since Steamboat Willie chugged out onto the screen and into the hearts of Americans everywhere. Throughout the years, the evolved Disney icon has commanded the most impressive vessels with unsurpassable superiority no other cruise...

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My First All-Inclusive – Mexico’s Aventura Cove Palace

A wary mom's first experience with an All-Inclusive family beach vacation in Tulum, Mexico turns out to be a success, and won't be her last. I admit that we are an unlikely family to spend our vacation at an all-inclusive resort.  My husband and I like to explore the local food, culture and people whenever we travel.  Our favorite family trips have been home exchanges...

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The Riches Of France By Barge

For a different kind of "cruise" and an offbeat French experience, consider cruising around France with your family in one of Crown Blue Line's barges. "You could have picked a boat a little less broad," muttered the gentleman who helped us tie up our 39-foot cabin cruiser in the charming French village of Verdun-Sur-Le-Doubs on the Saône River. I thought I had picked a fine Crown Blue...

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