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By Rail Aboard The Overland: Adelaide To Melbourne Australia

A southern Australia vacation by family-friendly train offers mountains, rivers, kangaroos and a whole lot more, while someone else does the driving. As on many train journeys throughout North...

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Exploring The Other Side Of The Great Wall Of China

Avoid the tourist hordes by climbing the Great Wall with this family and their private Chinese guide, for an insider's look at one of the 7 New Wonders of the World.When we first heard about...

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US Family Tours And Attractions

A gallery view of some of our favorite daytrips, sightseeing excursions and city tours for families visiting the US.

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Top Family Waterparks

A quick roundup of the best of the best in outdoor waterpark fun, with great play areas around the country. If it's between April and September, chances are good that your family will be able to...

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A Day in Princeton, New Jersey

My teen-aged daughter Maddy and I recently spent an activity filled day in Princeton, New Jersey.  Equidistance from New York and Philadelphia, it is well connected...

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Iberostar – Profile Of A Family-Friendly Resort Company

Iberostar, the brand behind all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, Mexico, Spain, and other countries, has both a storied history and a high rate of approval from vacationing families.

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Witches And Wharves Among Salem Family Attractions

North of Boston, Massachusetts there's a place once haunted by evil memories where all visitors can now have a good time and study the past.While other places may try to hide a grim or particularly...

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Becoming An Astronaut On Cape Canaveral

A wannabe astronaut delights in the many varied outer space-themed attractions, museums and classes in central Florida that are designed for all ages."One small step for a man, one giant leap..."...

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Washington’s New Art And Soul Fuels City

A new mood in the nation's capital promotes slow food, organic produce, folk arts, and American heritage -- all to the betterment of the U.S. government.A new mood in the nation's capital promotes...

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