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Book 1 Room and Get the 2nd Free at Berlin, Germany Hotel

If you’re planning on traveling to Germany, the Hotel de Rome is the place all roads lead in the city of Berlin. In addition to its location and its history, the Hotel de Rome has put together some great room and board packages to welcome your family.We like the Hotel de Rome because it's made very good use of the former Dresdner Bank building; its jewel...

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My Kind of Beach at Playa del Carmen

Situated on Mexico's Caribbean coast, Playa del Carmen is a waterfront refuge that attracts domestic and international tourists to its thriving main street and apres-beach scene. 

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10 Things People Get Wrong About Goa

Finding enlightenment in India is such a cliché that I was surprised my trip to Goa, India served a similar purpose, illuminating psychic baggage of long-ago travel myths.My misconceptions about this Indian Ocean coastal resort arose from coming of age in the 1970s. Like thousands of others, I headed out with a copy of Tony and Maureen Wheelers’ “Southeast Asia on a Shoestring”...

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Key West, Florida Attractions

Pirate lore and historic homes, gingerbread trimmed boutiques, tropical palm trees, funky cafes and roaming chickens make colorful Key West, Florida a delightful getaway.The southernmost point in the United States and a free-spirited resort area that has defied the gentrification of mass tourism, Key West has become a bona fide family destination filled with fun and educational attractions....

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What To Do In Nassau On A Bahamas Beach Vacation

Looking for fun things to do in the Bahamas but don’t know where to begin? We’re here to help with some favorite Nassau attractions, many of them free. Along with world-class beaches and some of the best scuba diving in the Caribbean, all the Islands of the Bahamas offer visitors a rich history and a fresh breath of island culture. We’ve put together some of FTF’s...

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Riviera Nayarit, Mexico For Eco-Adventures

From the hip resort of Puerto Vallarta to the jungles of the Sierra Madres, Mexico's Riviera Nayarit offers activities to everyone in the family, and at bargain prices.Riviera Nayarit is the lush coastal region of Mexico's Nayarit state, extending from the gated resort community of Nuevo Vallarta (pronounced No-voh VY-ar-tah)...

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Teachers Apply for Grants Supporting Travel Abroad

Teaching is not an easy job, and one of the perks is having the summer off with the rest of the students -- if you have somewhere to go. Since 1988, with the inception of Fund for Teachers, a national donor-supported organization, teachers nationwide have been using grant money to travel abroad.Of course, this is not just a vacation. For the summer...

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Alaska: Planning A Family Trip To America’s Last Wilderness

America's largest state (586,000 sq. miles or one-fifth the entire country) and her last frontier, Alaska comprises 19 national and 55 state parks, 3,000 rivers, 1,800 islands, and over 100,000 glaciers. Now, thanks to many new family adventure offerings from cruise and land tour operators, Alaska has become a more practical and affordable destination. With such an awesome variety of scenic wonders,...

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Our Top Family Adventure And Educational Tours

If you ready to plan the next big family adventure, here's our short list of educational and family-oriented tour operators. Whether you're interested in those led by an educational institution, or trips run by experienced tour operators who are committed to helping families see the world, there are several well reviewed, kid-friendly guided tours around the globe. Keep in mind that lodging, airport...

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Antiques Biennale in Florence, Italy : Entry 10 euros, View Priceless

From September 26-October 4, 2015, the La Biennale dell’Antiquariato di Firenze or Florence Antique Biennale (BIAF) will once again thrill the art world elite and lucky off-season visitors to this beautiful center of Italian art. The oldest consistently running art and antiques fair in Europe, it began in 1959 when Mario and Giuseppe Bellini thought to present what...

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