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Discover Columbus

It's where big city life collides with small town hospitality and prices, in the heart of the Midwest.Find a variety of fun spots for kids and great dining experiences along the flower-lined streets of Columbus. Ohio's capital has the culture and abundance of activities you would expect from a big city, without the bumper-to-bumper traffic or empty wallet effect. For me, Columbus' greatest...

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YMCA of the Rockies

Outdoor fun awaits your family at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, Colorado. Read on to discover the recreational activities and amenities available at this property. I doubt that few places anywhere in the world can rival YMCA of the Rockies for the sheer quantity of recreational activities available at...

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Historic Virginia’s Patriots and Pocahontas

A Virginia family takes you behind-the-scenes at Jamestown, Yorktown, and Colonial Williamsburg to learn the true story of Pocahontas. Families who enjoy combining time travel with vacation fun will find an abundance of both during an outing in the Colonial Williamsburg-Jamestown area (2-3 hours south of Washington, D.C. by car) Here, they will discover the "real story" of America's first genuine...

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Paris Passion en Famille

Join avid museum-goers and make the rounds of Paris' greatest collections... Let's say you, like me, have been there before and fallen in love. Madly in love with Paris' beauty, sophistication, style, and joie de vivre... And, like me, you deserted this belle de France for a respectable family life, breaking your own heart more than hers. Last summer, I journeyed with...

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Mission San Antonio, Should You Choose To Accept It

If learning American history sounds like Mission Impossible in your house, consider this tour of one of the lone star state's most family-friendly cities. If learning American history sounds like Mission Impossible in your house, consider this tour of one of the lone star state's most family-friendly cities. Remember the Alamo? You may, but do the kids? And are you aware that San...

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The Azores

Learn more about these intriguing islands off the coast of Portugal and how to enjoy a bargain vacation in a little known spot. From the air, the Azores look as if their creator tossed a handful of emeralds onto a carpet of blue. Up close, they're a rugged jumble of black basalt cliffs tumbling toward the sea, then suddenly shearing off into the ocean, a legacy of the islands'...

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Touring Israel

What to do and what to see as you drive through a small Middle Eastern country with a rich history and culture that spans over millennia.It may be a small nation (covering only 8,367 square-miles and just slightly larger than New Jersey), but despite its size, Israel has an abundance of places for for families to explore. It is a land with ancient history and culture and can provide any traveler,...

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Custom Itinerary – Visiting Washington, DC: A Capital Idea

Q - Diane P of Hebron, Connecticut writes: We are planning a trip to Washington, DC with another family. All together there will be 4 adults and 6 children. We will be driving there, and are looking for the best ways to get around town to see as many sites as possible. We want to avoid sites with long lines. We need a plan to keep the kids (ages 4-10) interested but not exhausted. We also need...

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Geocaching With Kids Teaches Map Skills

Entice your children with geocaching – a fun, interactive, technological, original way and cheap way to explore either your next destination or your own backyard. One of the latest phenomena in GPS technology combines a high-tech scavenger hunt, coordinates, mapping, and tourism into one game called geocaching. A hand held hiker's GPS, cell phones with GPS enabled technology, or other...

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Charleston Is Making History

Charleston has long appealed to all age family members with its Southern charm, history, recreation possibilities and unique museums. The single best reason to visit Charleston, South Carolina is the area's history which is particularly rich with Civil War monuments. But there are also good museums, some fine natural attractions and much to do for the entire family, making it a great draw for...

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