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The Lotz House in Tennessee

Nashville is more than music, riverfront, and great food. Its surrounding area also has a rich history dating back to the Civil War era. My family and I recently took a trip to the city and explored the Lotz House. Imagine the cheerful occasion of celebrating your daughter's 6th birthday. Loved ones gathered, presents to open and smiles around...

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The Roosevelts in New York and Historic Hyde Park

A 90-minute train ride from Grand Central Station brings you to history-rich Hyde Park, New York, one of the National Park Service monuments celebrating 100 years of service. This is where Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt lived, and a visit here is a great way to get the entire family thinking about the American presidency....

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Washington DC Family Attractions

There are hundreds of free family attractions in Washington DC, the American capital where presidents and their legacies are celebrated, and now it's also a very cool city to visit, with fresh dining, art and cultural happenings. The only challenge is making time to do them all. What follows is a review of our favorite Washington DC attractions and activities for families. Try...

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Delicious Ticino, Where Switzerland Meets Italy

Pair Swiss efficiency with an Italian lifestyle -- add mountains, countryside restaurants and alpine lakes -- and Ticino provides a stunningly scenic, gourmet vacation for families seeking la dolce vita. Switzerland's canton south of The Alps is more Latin, laid back and affordable than other provinces. Protected by The Alps, it also offers insta-worthy mountain and lake...

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London Sightseeing: Top Family Tours And Attractions

From the roof of a red doubledecker bus or the galleries of a great museums, an organized tour can help you make the most of your London family vacation.  This is especially true during 2012, the summer of the London Olympics, when knowing where to get out of town for the day may be your family's best sightseeing option. Here are some favorite ideas, along with links to purchase tickets so you...

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Do These 2 Things in Providence, Then Eat

My recent visit to Providence, Rhode Island, long considered a second city to Boston (its neighbor barely 45 minutes to the north), proved that it's second to none. Instead, Providence is home to some amazing cultural institutions, six schools of higher education, and fabulous eating possibilities from the very simple to elaborate dining. All ages will appreciate that, while New England may conjure...

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Free and Fabulous! Public Art Supports Summer Learning

Ah summer. A time for sun, sand, sea and -- art? Even kids who regard museum visits as a form of punishment can enjoy some of the season’s most inventive art installations without setting foot indoors. Here are a few favorites from a nation full of outdoor -- and free -- public art that's sure to keep minds of any age engaged. Middlebury College, Vermont Middlebury College...

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Feel Like a King at Heritage Hotels in Rajasthan

We all have heard the stories of kings and queens and royal empires. What if you could re-live those fantasies? Rajasthan, the land of royals and the well-renowned seat of Rajputana gives you an incredible opportunity. The royal palaces and forts of Rajasthan have now been transformed into heritage hotels. These hotels are not just the pride of Rajasthan but are exhibits of fine craftsmanship and...

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Best Wine Country Family Attractions – Sonoma And Napa With Kids

If you're visiting California's Napa Valley or nearby Sonoma County with kids under 21, here are some fun ways to spend the day before relaxing over a glass of Pinot Noir. Be sure to check each attraction's website, local tourist magazines and take-one local...

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Family Destination News from IPW

For Family Travel Forum, the IPW travel convention which brought together 6,300 buyers, sellers and media covering international travel to the United States, was an opportunity to understand the facts behind the #travelban Internet meme, learn how the Department of State might be changing its document...

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