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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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Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, Maui, Hawai’i

A previous winner of FTF's Top 10 Getaways for Family Togetherness award, Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, Maui, Hawaii was honored along with other hospitality, timeshare and...

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Lewis & Clark National Heritage Trail To Washington

Retrace the steps of America's greatest explorers from Pennsylvania west to Washington, and make your next family vacation an unforgettable expedition of discovery. Retrace the steps of America's greatest explorers from Pennsylvania west to Washington, and make your next family vacation an unforgettable expedition of discovery.In 1803, Virginian and frontiersman Meriwether Lewis prepared...

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Yangtze River Cruise: Slow Boat In China

Find out if a slow but fascinatingly timeless cruise on China's Yangtze River will be fun for families with children -- and why. The Yangtze River is the third longest river in the world. Starting in the icy mountains of Tibet, it runs for almost 4,000 miles until it empties into the sea at Shanghai. Serving as the highway of China, it acts as the dividing line between north and south. It is also...

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International Family Vacations Trending at TMS Family Travel Summit

Growing interest in international family travel explored in depth by participants at the 2015 TMS Family Travel Summit in Riviera Nayarit, Mexico   (New York, June 17, 2015) – With American families representing 14% of outbound travelers, and international families increasingly a part of the $220 billion-dollar inbound market, leading media and travel industry executives...

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Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa, New Mexico

A previous winner of FTF's Top 10 Getaways for Family Togetherness award,  Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa, New Mexico was honored along with other hospitality, timeshare and eco-tourism businesses...

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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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