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Oaxaca, Mexico Attractions

Oaxaca (pronounced wah-HAH-kah) is a culturally diverse and charmingly compact center of Zapotec and Mexican arts which many liken to Santa Fe, New Mexico. The capital city of the state of Oaxaca in southwestern Mexico, it is a safe and friendly town whose attractions should be shared by the whole family, particularly if Mexico and its many wonders are new to your kids. If you begin your explorations...

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Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach, Grand Bahama Island

The Viva Wyndham is a top value all-inclusive in the Bahamas that boasts lots of activities, great cuisine and a friendly staff. In my book, that's everything you need to make this beach vacation one that's sure to appeal to every family member.The Viva...

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Why Beaches Turks and Caicos Is A Favorite Family All-Inclusive

While there are plenty of resorts and accommodations to choose from, Beaches Turks & Caicos paves the way for the most family-friendly, all-inclusive beach resort in this island nation and its baby care makes it a standout. The resort is organized by themed villages — The Caribbean, French, Italian and Key...

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Top 3 Kid-Friendly Beaches in Sydney

Following my dreams, I moved to Sydney a couple of years ago and ever since, I couldn't help, but fall in love with the city. Its astonishing museums, quirky markets and breath-taking gallery exhibitions are just a small part of what makes NSW's capital one of the best cities in Australia to live in. Alongside the impressive Zoo and the iconic Opera...

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Doing Atlantis On A Budget At Comfort Suites Paradise Island

I am delighted to recommend the Comfort Suites Paradise Island hotel, a wallet-conscious way for the family to enjoy an Atlantis family beach vacation without breaking the bank.  My kids had been aching to visit Paradise Island in the Bahamas -- especially Atlantis, undoubtedly a great family resort -- but we knew this family vacation would not come cheap.Sure,...

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Cancun Family Beach Vacation: Attractions, Adventures, Tours

Cancun is one of those destinations that has taken on a certain mythical status, after four decades as one of the major beach destinations in the Western Hemisphere. In those years it has grown in a planned, considered fashion from a jungle fishing village to bustling tourist town. Though its gorgeous coastal neighbor to the south, the Riviera Maya, has stolen some of its thunder,...

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Mont Tremblant in Summer

Even with a really long five-day weekend, there's not enough time for all the fun activities at Mont Tremblant, Quebec's top mountain resort, for active families visiting in summer. Seven miles of canoeing, six miles of mountain biking, five fun-filled evenings watching lively musicians in the streets, four laps around Lake Tremblant aboard surf bikes, three trips to the French sidewalk...

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Discovering the Hidden Cozumel, Mexico

This author relishes the other side of Cozumel, Mexico: an island off the Riviera Maya coast of eastern Mexico where a family beach vacation becomes a cultural exploration.It's interesting to watch a destination rediscover itself, to undergo a metamorphosis and present itself anew to the traveler. So it is with Isla Cozumel, the largest island in the Mexican Caribbean, and part of the Yucatan...

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Playa del Carmen For An Anti All-Inclusive Vacation

Located in the heart of the Mayan Riviera, Playa del Carmen is anything but a typical resort town. While it does offer many ‘traditional’ activities that one would expect in a Caribbean beach town, the fun doesn’t end at the beach.In fact, this eclectic and cosmopolitan Mexican city boasts a diverse assortment of family-friendly boutique hotels and attractions, with...

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Campeche, Mexico

The welcoming Campechanos invite you to explore their town's rich blend of history, a Mayan legacy, and the influences of the colonial period.Mexico’s State of Campeche lies along the Gulf of Mexico on the western coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. With a history dating back to ancient times, this land was home to many Mayan settlements from 600 B.C. to 1420 A.D. Visitors to Campeche will...

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