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Tour the World from the Comfort of Your Theater Seat

"Traveling Papers" has to be among the rarest of theater events -- a play based on travel writing -- and among the easiest and most fun trips I've ever taken. I am pleased to report that it is a very entertaining play and, for inveterate travelers, literary buffs and even armchair travelers, not to be missed in its limited Off-Broadway run in New York.Utilizing a mixture of quotes about travel...

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Dallas, Texas Attractions

Whether you're a fan of Cowboys & Indians or the Dallas Cowboys, you'll have fun with the family in Dallas.  And since they do everything big in Texas, there's way too much to see on just one trip to the state's largest city.  That's why we're sharing our top picks among Dallas attractions and activities;  most are open daily except for major holidays.Great...

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YMCA of the Rockies, Colorado

A previous winner of FTF's Top 10 Getaways for Family Togetherness award, YMCA of the Rockies was honored along with other hospitality, timeshare and eco-tourism businesses that made it possible for families to stay, play, relax, and learn together in a creative and enriching atmosphere. This deserving and popular resort gets a fresh look...

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Livsnjutare

What does a plane ticket mean to you? What does it make you think of?Where would you go?Not only what do you think of and where, but why? Why would you go to that place?Have you been there before or have only dreamed of it to explore?Or to find a new life?This is merely a story that...

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Berlin on a Budget: Tons of Teen Cool

Williamsburg, Brooklyn; Silver Lake in Los Angles, and Pacific Northwest cities like Seattle and Portland, all score high on the millennial coolness-scale. But in my own teen offspring’s opinion, these cities don’t hold a candle to Berlin. The capital of Germany is infused with energy, creativity, contrast, and promise. An affordable cost of living encourages young hipsters...

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Magical Rajasthan

When thinking about family trips, at least for families with children over the age of 10, India doesn’t immediately spring to mind. Think again.  India has camel and elephant safaris, wildlife refuges, fantastic festivals, renovated forts and palaces, delicious food, and great shopping -- especially in the northern state of Rajasthan. My husband and I recently returned...

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Cooperstown, New York For All Ages, All Tastes

Families love Cooperstown, New York -- a tripleheader for grandparents, parents and kids because of its variety of contemporary and historic amusements.There are not many family destinations which pride themselves on a lack of fast food restaurants. Not many towns which can lure young people with promises of showing "America the way it used to be.".Not many villages -- population 2,200 --...

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Maui, Hawaii Attractions

Hawaii's second most-visited island, Maui is an excellent choice for a family getaway, with 120 miles of shoreline, more than eighty sun-dappled beaches and thousands of waterfalls and pools spread throughout its 727.3 square-mile surface. The variety of activities makes this island an especially good choice for a multi-generational journey.For general information visit the

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The Big Island, Hawaii Attractions

Bring the family to Hawai'i, the biggest of the Hawaiian Islands, for a taste of volcanoes, some outdoor adventures, history, pure culture and just to have great fun. Also known as the "Island of Adventure," it is twice the size of O'ahu, Maui, Kauai', Lana'i and Molokai combined, and, at over 4,000 square miles, offers an extensive variety of climate, topography and natural features from a hot,...

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Bringing the World to Your Kids at Project World School

When we first heard about Project World School, we knew it was an intriguing concept and enriching travel opportunity that our frequent traveling families would want to explore. In this interview, co-founder Lainie Liberti and her son, Miro Siegel, share their story and how other families can participate in their “worldschooling” experiment on a Project World School retreat.What...

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