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Aspen – Snowmass, Colorado’s Summer Playground

Many mountain resorts known for snowsports try to attract a summer clientele, but Aspen's long history of cultural attractions outshines the rest.With so many fair weather destinations, families often wonder why they should visit a terrific snowsports resort when there's no snow. It makes some sense that a place that does something so well couldn't possibly excel at the opposite. After all,...

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Avid Skiers + Toddler = Thrills in Banff

Imagine taking your two-year-old on a ski trip to Alberta, Canada? Here;s how one Family Travel Forum family made it a success.Several years ago, my husband, 2-year-old son and I spent a one week ski holiday at the 3,200-acre mountain resort of Sunshine Village in Banff, Alberta, Canada.The skiing was outstanding, with a...

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Crown Paradise Club, Cancun

My family of five vacationed at the Crown Paradise Resort in Cancun and I have to say that if there is one thing that really made our vacation, it was the child care facilities. Here's a report of our family's experience. The hotel itself is divided in two parts, the original section and a newer tower; all rooms are oceanview with balconies. Our room was in the newer tower and was decorated...

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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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Disney Simplifies Generational Travel

Stepping out to curbside with suitcases, car seat, toddler and travel crib in tow, I was already overwhelmed. Disney was still a few hours away and we had to get through the busiest airport in the world, Atlanta Hartsfield, down to Orlando and over to the Kingdom. Our young daughter could barely contain her excitement to see “The Castle!” and wanted to get there as soon as possible.I’ve...

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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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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Attractions

Typically very hot in the summer (average high temperatures in the upper 80's F) and more temperate during the rest of the year, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a four-season destination. The extended area is popularly known as the Grand Strand and stretches from Little River to Pawleys Island, comprising 12 distinct cities, several golf courses, and 60 miles of sandy beaches. ...

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Escape to Mexico with All-inclusive Resort Packages

Trends research from our 2013 Family Travel Summit underscored just how much families enjoy vacations with simple pricing, easy access, and no unexpected add-ons or hidden fees. That’s why when deals come in from all-inclusive resorts we like – where all ages have access to activities,...

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Tips For Healthy Adoptions

Families traveling to adopt a new family member must take special health precautions to prevent unnecessary illness for themselves and for their newest bundle of joy.In 2012, approximately 8,600 infants and children were adopted from overseas by U.S. parents, a large decline over previous years when foreign governments were more accepting of the practice. The majority of these children come...

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Family Hiking In Arkansas And The Ozarks

Easily accessible hiking along Arkansas Rivers is a no-cost way to introduce the youngest and oldest family members to the beauty of the Ozark Mountains.The best day a child or adult might remember on the Buffalo National River could be the one he or she spends during an Arkansas walk in the woods. Whether its spring, summer, fall, or winter, the trails along the Upper Buffalo are absolutely...

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