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All-Inclusive Caribbean Vacations

Here's a primer on what all-inclusive vacations mean at DR, St. Lucia and Bahamas resorts, where one price buys room, board and fun!Recently I read a plaintive letter to a popular travel magazine asking how he or she could visit tropical beaches with two children under 5-years-old. That got me thinking. There was a time when moms and dads dropped the kids at Grandma's and took off for that...

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Star Trekking: 07-08: 2009: Sail The Sea With Disney Stars

Disney Cruise Line is striving to give your kids what they want with their Disney Channel Summer at Sea Cruises. Many stars from popular Disney Channel shows will be on board the Disney Wonder and sail with guests. For eight nights, different stars will perform and give your kids a special opportunity to get close to their favorite Disney personality. Stars scheduled...

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Hilton’s Caribbean Resorts

Want to know who offers the best family deals in the Caribbean? Family Travel Forum gives you the resort report.Hilton properties around the Caribbean offer the fine service, comfortable guest rooms, and extensive business facilities that travelers have come to expect from the Hilton International company. Additionally, all of these sun-kissed resorts are showing their love to families with...

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The Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu, Hawai’i

One of Waikiki's oldest hotels, the Royal Hawaiian, offers 10-acres of exclusive beachfront property and fun for the entire family One of Waikiki's oldest hotels, the Royal Hawaiian, offers 10-acres of exclusive beachfront property and fun for the entire family The newly renovated Royal Hawaiian Hotel (2259 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu,...

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Cruising’s Special Kid-Welcoming Touches

Look with Family Travel Forum's cruise expert through her daughter's eyes to see what can make a family cruise truly special. During our six years of family cruising, we have always been surprised at the extra attention fawned on our daughter by ships' staff. We are constantly reminded that cruise personnel excel at making passengers feel special. Each of our eight family...

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Feeding the Titanic Fever

If the Titanic story interests you, here are a few museums and exhibits around the globe that are dedicated to the notorious ship and its demise.Interest in the Titanic, Britain's "unsinkable" ocean liner, which sank 10 days into her maiden voyage, has continued almost unabated since we first reviewed the exhibition of the ship wreck's relics in Memphis several years ago. Premier Exhibitions...

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Girlfriends on the Nile: Egypt for R&R

After a few months of work in Baghdad, I was ready for a break and decided to visit Egypt with my friend Tina, who is the Baghdad Bureau Chief for the LA Times, and New York friend Linda.   Linda then came into town before Tina, and...

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Guide To Yacht Charters In The Caribbean

If chartering a yacht is something that floats your boat, FTF can tell you how to find a great charter on the Caribbean. Whether you've been "Swept Away," entranced by "A Perfect Storm," or inspired by shipping magnates ranging from J.P. Morgan to Aristotle Onassis, every traveler dreams of chartering his own yacht. For the novice captain, his or her mate and a crew of young swabbies, there...

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Cruising’s Cool for Tiny Travelers

Planning to cruise with a Tiny Traveler? Here's the information you need on babysitting and childcare options.While a cruise vacation is a dream for many families, those with infants and toddlers may be confused about which lines will welcome the diaper set aboard, and provide care for them.  While most ships offer elaborate activities for school age children and even teens, baby care...

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Cruising for a Bruising? You Won’t Find It At Sea

FTF examines cruise kids' programs and offers tips on how to avoid a psychic and financial bruising when planning a floating holiday. Having been a guest on a Royal Caribbean cruise to the Caribbean, I'm the first to say it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Cruising, as in my stereotyped image of endless buffets, shuffleboard playoffs,...

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