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Spain’s Mythical Place

Terra Mitica offers theme park fun within a Mediterranean atmosphere. Tucked into 260 acres along the Costa Blanca at Benidorm, about 140 kms from Valencia, Spain, is Terra Mítica (902 02 02 20), a "mythical land" where the gods of Fun must have been born. This beautiful theme park boasts over 50 daily...

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Maui By Car

What a surprise to find out my cousins Rachel and Jessica Hastings decided to come back for their graduation trip to visit their cousins Tom and Diane here on Maui.  So I decided to show them the best trip I knew, by taking them to the most remote part of the island. The weather was picture perfect as we started on the long winding road to Hana. We stopped off at all the...

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Travel Tips From Parents Who Know

Whether it's camping, road trips or riding the rails with kids, we like to hear everyone's strategies for a stress-free trip.Road trips can be among the most challenging and the most rewarding of family vacations. At FTF, we've learned over the years that, with kids, getting there has to be as much fun as arriving. And when you're on your way to someplace as exciting as Disney World,...

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Sydney Sojourn, An Urban Australia Adventure

It is the most visited city in Australia: a glowing, eclectic and warm place with easy transport and family activities; welcome to Sydney.Lived in by aborigines for over 40,000 years, the winds of change blew to the Australian continent in the 1700’s when Englishman Captain James Cook sailed up the east coast and claimed it for the British Crown, who subsequently set up...

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Le Mezze Lune, Tuscany, Italy

This summer, we spent a week at the seaside on the Costa Selvaggia in Italy. We were staying at a little pension in Vibbona, below Pisa, that we like because it has simple rooms above a wonderful country style restaurant. One day when we were driving around, we stopped at a beautiful villa in...

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Quebec City’s Winter Carnaval

Ever since 3rd grade I have wanted to go on this school trip to Québec City, Canada. In 5th grade in 1997, it was so cool to be able to go on such an awesome trip with my friends, I couldn't resist. Ever since 3rd grade I have wanted to go on this school trip to Québec City, Canada. In 5th grade in 1997, it was so cool to be able to go on such an awesome trip with my friends, I couldn't...

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Vail Resorts Leads Snowsports Movement

There's no denying that global warming, whatever its causes, has adversely affected the snowsports industry for several seasons. And like many other businesses, the mountain resorts which drive the industry are doing what they can to fight back. "Green" skiing and snowboarding is only one initiative; industry leader Vail Resorts has purchased...

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Tasmania, Australia’s Gentle South

Like a Champagne diamond hidden under other precious gems in a jewelry box, Tasmania is one of the most intriguing parts of Australia.Tassie, as it is affectionately known, is Australia’s smallest and most southerly state.  About the size of the state of Virginia, it is the place to go for a stunning foray into nature, for over half the island is wilderness, about 20% of which is made...

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Total Tennis for Total Tennis Buffs

If you're trying to improve your tennis skills and get the kids interested or motivated in the sport, the 42-room Total Tennis Camp (Box 28 Saugerties, NY 12477; 800/221-6496; www.totaltennis.com) is the only year-round place within an easy, under-two-hour drive from New York City. I liked total tennis in the...

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