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Family Hostelling In Ireland

Here are the pros n' cons of staying in an Irish hostel, from the perspective of one mom and her American teen, both new to shared accommodations.Have you ever been on a family trip, stayed...

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Euro Collectors Arise! New Currency To Horde

Find out how to collect the current European currency and how each Euro reflects the character of the country you are visiting. Since January 1, 2002, when 12 European Union nations formally converted...

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August in Sardegna is Worth the Crowds

The eternal question: is Italy in the summer worth the crowds? On the island of Sardinia, the answer is a resounding YES! Last summer, in the middle of August, we went for 10 days to the northwestern...

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Austria’s Seefeld

This family explores Europe's small towns and festivals on nice n' easy ski weekends.From our home in Heidelberg, Germany we are exploring as much of Europe as possible on long weekends....

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Holiday In Zermatt, Switzerland

Family Travel Forum's resort expert hits the slopes to review Zermatt, Switzerland in winter. Horse drawn sleighs still travel over the- cobbled streets of this quaint mountain town where...

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Paris Passion en Famille

Join avid museum-goers and make the rounds of Paris' greatest collections... Let's say you, like me, have been there before and fallen in love. Madly in love with Paris' beauty, sophistication,...

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Notre Vacances en France: A Euro Road Trip

Your guide to a pleasant drive from the U.K. - even with fussy little ones - and a delightful, budget camping adventure in the south of France. There are many good reasons for taking a holiday...

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The Azores

Learn more about these intriguing islands off the coast of Portugal and how to enjoy a bargain vacation in a little known spot. From the air, the Azores look as if their creator...

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Hotel Montparnasse

Montparnasse is the home to one of the largest train station in Paris. It is here our friends from Spain arrive after a long ride on the train. Apart from the "train area attraction", it is here also...

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Welcome to Our Chateaux

One mom recalls her family's favorite vacation chateaux, manor houses and villas in Europe and shares exclusive B&B sources. Charles-Henry de Valbray, one of France's youngest chateau...

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