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Professional Travelers Share Money-Saving Tips For Holiday Travel Shopping

Annual Family Travel Conference Attendees Brainstorm Top Insider Tips to Find Bargains (New York, December 15, 2015) – Today’s savvy traveler may check out blogs, social media feeds, online travel agencies and the Sunday Travel Section for deals, but nothing beats the advice of trusted friends. And since everyone’s Holiday Wish List includes a dream vacation, the expert vacation planners...

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Active Family Weekends In Carlsbad, California

The southern California city of Carlsbad, home to Legoland California and within an hour of Disneyland and San Diego's family attractions, may be best...

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Finding Authentic Mexican Style in Puebla

Puebla is one of Mexico’s postcard-pretty colonial cities,  a compact gem of well-preserved Baroque, Renaissance and Colonial buildings that has earned it the distinction of being named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you’re traveling with kids, they probably won’t bat an eye at this sort of architectural wealth, but there are enough...

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Scoring Happy Holiday Cheer and Disney Savings When You Need Them Most

Far from the pressures of cooking, shopping and putting on mittens, it’s all cast members on deck at the Disney theme parks to create winter holiday cheer, and ensure you and your family have a “magical’ stay. The seasonal fun continues through January 6, 2015 and there are some lodging, shopping and meal bargains to be had during this period in both Florida and California. First, let’s...

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Minneapolis – Saint Paul, Minnesota Attractions

There's twice as much for families to do in Minnesota's Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Whether the weather drives you outdoors or indoors, there's so much to see and experience that we have broken down the top activities with kids by age-appropriateness.  For general information about lodging, dining, and current events, visit Minneapolis...

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Hold off on that new car — plan a trip, instead

Why investing in experiences will make you happier than buying more stuff I’ve had some great experiences in my life, and I cherish the memories, but I also feel quite attached to my possessions.  In fact, I have quite a few possessions that I really love.  So when I read the claim that people derive more enduring satisfaction and happiness from their experiences than...

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Discover The Flip Side Of Cancun At Club Med

I didn’t think the words remote and Cancun would ever be in the same sentence, but the Club Med Cancun Yucatan is a convenient, all-inclusive resort that is so peacefully isolated and eco-friendly, that guests feel far, far away.For one of Cancun’s first resorts in 1976, Club Med wisely chose 22 acres of beach, reef and mangrove on the Nizuc Peninsula...

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Best Family Plantations Along Louisiana’s Great River Road

The glamorous life of old on display in New Orleans’ Garden District is far surpassed by the many riverfront antebellum mansions and plantations lining the Great River Road. Be sure to allow half a day to tour one, show the family the agricultural heart of the state, and discover how the lives of plantation owners differed from that of their slaves.Preparing for your Plantation VisitIf...

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Best Guided Tours Of New York City

When little –- or big -- people get tired out from sightseeing in New York City, it’s time to join a guided tour and let others do the hard work of navigating traffic, mass transit, and the city's legendary general mayhem. And if it's your first time visiting one of the most exciting and diverse cities for families...

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Berliner Mauer – Why The Fall of the Berlin Wall Matters

November 9, 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Perhaps more amazing than this passage of time is realizing that the so-called "peaceful revolution" among East and West Germans hoping to reunite their divided country has remained successful for more than two decades.I was struck by the significance of the Fall at a recent event hosted by the

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