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St. Lucia Hotels And Resorts

Find the perfect island hotel or resort, all-inclusive or luxury villa, for your family vacation with our guide to St. Lucia's top family beach resorts. The influence of years as an English or French colony (and top value airfares) have made the lush island of St. Lucia irresistible to tourists who have, in turn, inspired a sophisticated and stylish resort scene.  For more recommendations...

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Riviera Maya Hotels And Resorts

If Cancun sound too busy, consider staying in the heart of Mexico's Riviera Maya, and enjoy eco-tourism, history, and fantastic beaches along the Yucatan Peninsula. Families will find dozens of quality resorts, tiny boutique hotels and budget hideaways to meet every vacation interest. Orientation to the Riviera Maya on Mexico's East Coast The...

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Four Best Things to Do in Grand Cayman with Kids

If you're traveling to Grand Cayman there are four activities that should be at the top of your list: Seeing the Grand Cayman Turtle Farm, trying the Shipwreck Exploration Snorkel for Kids, exploring Stingray City and, lastly, eating out.   Grand Cayman Turtle Farm The...

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Who Says Carnivals Are Just For Kids? Cruise for All Ages

With a name like Carnival, this cruise sounds like it would be a blast – for the kids.  However, it really is fun for the whole family because where else would you find a waterslide and a hot tub on the same floor?  So whether you’re a parent, grandparent, kid, or teen, Carnival has something for you. My family and I had a great experience this summer...

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Hurricane Season – Need To Know

Agitated by the constant hurricane updates on the Weather Channel and other media? Need to answer your kid's questions about hurricanes? Here's some basic scientific information about the scary storms that come with familiar names, and how to weather them. Typically over 300-miles wide and possessing winds that extend for hundreds of miles more, hurricanes are...

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Grand-Friendly Franklyn D. Resort, Jamaica

This Jamaican resort known as FDR has great kids clubs, a unique nanny system, special packages and activities for every member of your family. Thirty years ago, Jamaica invented the "all-inclusive resort" and while singles and couples love the concept, surely guests with kids and grandkids need it most of all. Since family resorts these days seem to have thought of everything: convenient...

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Windsurf And Kite Board Family Vacations In Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

I am on my way to Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, land of travel fantasies, windsuring and kite boarding vacations for hundreds of thousands of Americans each year.  It's 38ºF and raining but on the JetBlue jetway in front of me a guy is joking, "70 and cloudy, why are we going to DR anyway?"  Behind me four homies are putting away their Beats headsets...

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Carnival Launches Year Round Cruising from New York City

Carnival Cruise Lines is expanding its presence in New York City, with the Miracle offering year-round service from the Big Apple from the spring of 2012.  This is great news for families in the New York metropolitan area who are looking for a great pay-one-price vacation, without the hassle of flying.  Choose...

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Turks & Caicos 2012

Greetings from Turks & Caicos! I would say Yeah Mon because of my Jamaican memories, but Turks and Caicos does not have the same slang. In fact, these Caribbean islands are a lot different than my last Caribbean experience. Jamaica had it’s own culture, food, slang, music and here in Caicos – everything is revolved around tourism. They have no crops, innovation, materials, they’re...

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Baby-Friendly Vacation Rentals At The Royal Cancun, Mexico

One of Cancun's older resorts, The Royal Cancun (formerly the Club Internacional de Cancún) has a small footprint, is as tall as the palm trees (three stories) and is tucked into a quiet cove at the north end of the hotel zone. It may be compact, but with spacious rooms, each with its own kitchen, and a pretty beachfront sheltered by the...

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