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24 Hours In Dubai

Dubai is flush with contemporary superlatives because it was built to be just that; a city state with one of the world’s largest airports, its tallest building, the world’s third largest shipping port, the most opulent luxury hotel. All are part of a master plan among seven, oil-rich United Arab Emirates to co-exist in blinding prosperity. Dubai boasts so many shop windows and LEDs, crystal...

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Half Moon, Montego Bay, Jamaica

A previous winner of FTF's Top 10 Getaways for Luxury Family Travel, Half Moon, Montego Bay, Jamaica, offers the ultimate splurge vacation: a high-end experience for adults that welcomes and embraces young guests.  This super luxe resort gets a fresh look in 2015:Travelers who are reluctant to abandon the more traditional elements...

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The Millennium chairlift at Ski Santa Fe.
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Ski Santa Fe, New Mexico’s Multigenerational Mountain Resort

Thanks to its proximity to Ski Santa Fe in the mountains just to the east, this historic southwestern city affords a multi-generational skiing family with easy access to an array of diversions for the skiers and non-skiers alike. Many members of my family are avid skiers or snowboarders—but not all. This has always made going away on a ski vacation together a challenge: The non-skiers tend...

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Dark Tourism and Light in India

It wasn’t until I had traversed the street running past Mumbai’s main CST rail station three times, that I realized I was seeing the same people over and over; a woman hanging dohtis out to dry on a parking barricade, a man studiously brewing chai over a tiny coal fire, children rolling on plastic tarps on the sidewalk, laughing and playing.The Pavement People, as they’re...

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Motel 6 is Back and Better than Ever

At a recent press conference hosted by G6 Hospitality LLC, the corporate entity managing the economy hotel brands Motel 6, Studio 6, Motel 6 (pronounced Seis) and Estudio 6, we had a chance to learn more about what these classic highway motels have been up to since we last stayed in 1976.Did you know that Motel 6 actually predates many Boomers? The chain opened in Santa Barbara in 1962...

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Banff, a magic winter wonderland ( part 1, family friendly lodging)

 The charming little town of Banff and its endless surroundings will steal your heart forever once you get to know it!  We have been going to Banff now every winter for 7 years, and didn't get enough of it. This splendid  wonderland is a beautiful playground for toddlers to grandparents: everybody has a blast, so many things to do, so many places to see, and first of...

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Big City Deals With City Pass Savings

Who's not interested in finding out how to save with multi-attraction passes and ticket booklets for several U.S. cities, plus discounted attraction passes to sights in the top European cities? With so many families enjoying big city weekend getaways, it's understandable how these little ticket booklets have evolved into the fastest way to get a shortlist (with tips and maps) to a destination's...

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A Seaside Resort Escape in Losinj, Croatia

Croatia is a peaceful country of abundant natural beauty. If you’re seeking a European holiday that delivers classic seaside diversions with a smattering of culture, the luxurious Bellevue Resort on the unspoiled island of Losinj should top your list.Losinj first garnered recognition as a vacation spot in the 19th century, when the Austro-Hungarian...

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Holland America Lines Up Smart Partners At Sea

At a recent press conference held at New York’s Explorers Club, Orlando Ashford, the new president of Holland America Line, remarked how appropriate the venue was to share HAL’s news. He pointed out the large sled mounted over the door, which was used by Rear Admiral Peary and his aide, Matthew Henson, in their 1909 attempt to...

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European Train Deals From Eurail and BritRail

With preparations underway for the famous Christmas Markets, Europe in low season is a very good option for value-conscious family travelers. If you're traveling with preschoolers or recent graduates, start planning a rail journey now to see the Continent on a family adventure. From November to mid-December and...

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