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Austria’s Seefeld

This family explores Europe's small towns and festivals on nice n' easy ski weekends.From our home in Heidelberg, Germany we are exploring as much of Europe as possible on long weekends....

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Family Fun at Sundance Trail Ranch in the Colorado Rockies

My family and I had never been to a dude ranch before. All my life I had dreamed of horses, of actually getting the chance to know one, to learn how to take care of it, and to learn how to ride.  When...

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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,...

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Colorado Attractions

Make Denver your family basecamp as you hit the road to experience the natural glory and man-made wonders of the Centennial State, at any time of year.Colorado is a beautiful state, and one of...

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Summertime: The Heat is On

The Doctor updates you on specific precautions to take during the blistering heat of summer, especially when traveling with very young children.Summer is the time when children can play so hard...

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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...

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Wisp Mountain Resort, Maryland

Head to Deep Creek Lake for skiing at Wisp Mountain, dogsledding, winter sports and more in a little known, top value resort. Within driving distance of many East Coast and upper Midwest communities...

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Custom Itinerary – Europe with Tiny Travelers in Tow

Q. Steve M. of Irvine, California writes: My wife and I have two daughters (age 2 1/2 and 4 1/2), and are planning a trip to Europe. We'd like to do Paris, but we're open to anything. We want...

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Skiing 101: Adult Novices Feel No Shame

A West Coast mom and an East Coast dad throw caution to the wind and become middle age novice skiers.One of the best things about having kids is that when they're younger, they make their parents...

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