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Top 10 European Family Hotels And Resorts

Dreaming of doing Europe with the kids? The following winners of FTF's "Top 10 Getaways" awards are the most accommodating family hotels in Europe's major cities and rural resorts. Family Travel Forum's Top 10 European getaways for families have been compiled from our annual awards over the past 11 years. These hotels and resorts provide opportunities for a family-friendly European experience...

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Top 10 Getaway for Luxury Travelers – The Grove, Great Britain

Whether a high-end vacation is a matter of course for you and your family or a treat reserved for a special occasion, our Top 10 awards in 2006 focused on the latest travel segment to embrace young guests: the super luxe resort. Honored in the 9th annual roundup that year as...

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Top 10 Getaway for Luxury Travelers – Evian Royal Resort, France

In 2006, FTF's 9th annual Top 10 survey of award-winners honored Evian Royal Resort, Evian-les-Bains, France as a Top Luxury Spa. Whether a high-end vacation is a matter of course for you and your family or a treat reserved for a special occasion, this year's awards focus on the latest travel segment to embrace young guests: the super luxe resort....

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Hotels Offering Royal Pampering to Expecting Parents and Families

When Kate Middleton and Prince William announced their engagement, the world rejoiced. In America and elsewhere, people wore their best dresses and hats and watched the ceremony live on TV. So when Kate announced her pregnancy, the world celebrated once again. Businesses throughout the UK also joined the festivities, with many luxury hotels riding the tide with pregnancy treatments, babymoon getaways...

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Travel Through The Theatre of the Mind

Twitter FollowListen to a poor Elvis Presley talk about his daddy’s arrest and imprisonment for forging an eight dollar check to feed his hungry family.Hear the irrepressible Mark Twain in his always wry observations about New York, the rascals on Wall Street and how sales of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer kept his family afloat in an ever-exciting...

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Is Your Baby Safe Flying?

 It’s tortured reasoning.The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) position on mandatory child restraint systems (CRS) on planes is, that they’re not necessary.Child restraint systems is “gov-speak” for seat belts.Any why does the FAA think they’re not necessary?They contend that air travel is safer than car travel, where, by the...

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An “All Inclusive” That Works Regardless of Trip Advisor: Wyndham Sugar Bay, St. Thomas

An “All Inclusive” That Works Regardless of Trip Advisor: Wyndham* Sugar Bay, St. ThomasWe were alerted to some recent negative reviews about this property posted in Trip AdvisorWe queried the company responsible for the property’s public relations and asked her to press the management for details. She reassured us that there was an unusual glitch in reservations and service...

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Single Parent Travel

The “bad” news is that the number of single parents seeking quality vacations with their children is growing.The good news is that the number of single parents seeking quality vacations with their children is growing.Brenda Elwell is a single mom who’s traveled solo with her kids for twenty years, but chafed under the realization that she and single parents as a...

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Should Parents Drug Their Kids On Flights?

Would you sedate your child on a flight? Are parents who do so wrong?A Wall Street Journal  article reported that many parents "drug" or sedate their kids on planes so they'll be less bothersome for the parents, flight attendants and fellow passengers.The "drug" of choice seems to be Benadryl, and while it does calm the kids, often putting them...

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Six and Seven Star Hotel Rating Inflation

So far no international classification for hotels exists, but that hasn’t stopped ambitious hotel marketers from slapping any number of stars, diamonds, and cacti on their properties and touting them as 5 or 6 or even 7-star properties, whatever that may mean in real service and amenities.I think the ratings inflation trend began with the Xanadu-like building frenzy in Dubai,...

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