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Galapagos Islands Cruise With Lindblad

Play Darwin with your family on an educational, unforgettable trip around the ecologically amazing Galapagos islands with Lindblad Expeditions. We just finished our beginners' snorkeling lesson. As we went to retrieve our towels on the white sparkling beach of Gardner Bay in the Galapagos' most southeastern island of Española, we came across...

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Kona Village Resort, Hawaii

Note : Due to the debris and water damage resulting from the tsunami that struck Hawaii's Big Island after the March 11 earthquake that shook Japan, the Kona Village Resort has closed.  We have just heard that it will not reopen, although the management has entertained family visitors for the past 45 years.  Stay tuned... The Kona Village Resort is a laid-back,...

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Stratford Festival Of Canada

Introduce your kids to the plays of Shakespeare and other literary lions with exciting productions of classics, musicals and more.It may be celebrating its 55th birthday, but the Stratford Festival of Canada is livelier than ever. The 2007 season runs till November 4th, so there’s still plenty of time for theater-loving families to catch a few shows. Stratford, a sweet...

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Dining Medieval Family Style in Orlando

My mom and I were able to visit a place and time long gone at the "Castle," located on Highway 192 in Kissimmee, Florida. Not sure what to expect, I was intrigued by the place called Medieval Times (866/543-9637). My mom and I were able to visit a place and time long gone at the "Castle," located on Highway 192 in Kissimmee, Florida. Not sure what to expect, I was...

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Kamloops And Sun Peaks Resort

Cowboy culture to First Nations sites, ranching, and museums attract families to Canada's Kamloops and the nearby Sun Peaks mountain resort.Travelers touring the Rockies are familiar with Kamloops – often spending an overnight in this, the third largest city in British Columbia. However, this city, situated in the province’s interior region, is well worth a much longer stay....

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Traveling With Grandparents And Kids

Tips on pleasing everyone -- of all ages -- participating in your family vacation, and keeping them safe and healthy, too.  Look around popular resorts these days and you're likely to spot a trend: more and more seniors are taking grandchildren on vacation, and many people are sharing vacations with their kids and their parents. You may find three or four generations...

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Sailing On The ms Westerdam

Holland America Line now welcomes grandparents, their kids and their kid's kids, and treats them all to a memorable and classy cruise vacation.Holland America Line's ms Westerdam is not a Disney ship, so if your kids or grandkids need a lot of stimulation, it may not fit the bill.  However, if you are looking for a fun family holiday that caters to all generations, then this...

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Travel Trends 2006: Cruising’s Up, Cruisers Up

Trends Report, June 1, 2006 The North American cruise industry celebrates rise in passenger numbers and revenues, largely due to multi-generational travel. A recent press conference hosted by the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) revealed just how much the cruise industry is prospering these days. Calling 2005 a year of “sustained...

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How My Family Reunion Changed My Life

My family reunion of 1978 changed my life, forever. It was then- it was there that the baton of "family history" was handed to me.My family reunion of 1978 changed my life, forever. It was then- it was there that the baton of "family history" was handed to me.These annual gatherings had been excellent excuses for a new outfit, to eat too much food and hangout with rowdy cousins...

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Our Time in India

We arrived in Mumbai, the native name for Bombay, at 5am after a long, sleepless night. This was a unique experience for myself and for our two daughters, 11 and 13-years-old. The weather was warm and wet, and I walked around everywhere outside the airport. This was India! Outside the main part of the airport, everything was so different – not the vision we have from richer countries;...

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