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Burgh Island, United Kingdom

For a cozy weekend off the coast of England, head for quaint and quiet Burgh Island. In the south of England, off the coast of Devon, the mysterious Burgh...

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Bologna, Italy Attractions

Here are Family Travel Forum's suggestions for family-friendly sights in this old university town. Bologna is best known for containing the oldest university in Europe, and it is easy for...

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Family Fun on the French Riviera

From parks to plays to pools, amusement for the family on the French Riviera. Here are some amusements to entertain the family throughout the French Riviera, in Cannes, Nice, and St. Tropez:  Cannes Parks...

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A Week In Provence, France

How a family of four exchanges their home and keeps two active teens busy on a successful vacation exploring the Provence region of France.The name conjures up images of venerable hill towns, Impressionist...

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Greek Island Sampler: Cruise Aboard The Cristal

There's no better way to tour the Greek isles and show kids and parents a truly educational, enriching and fun good time than by ship.Children may not be thrilled at the thought of viewing...

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Hotel 12e arrondissement

Few months after staying in Grand Hotel Francais , I had to come to Paris once again, but this time with my gf for a romantic stay....

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Hotel 11e arrondissement Paris

In 2007, I have to come to Paris for a conference in Bastille area. Well, luckily for me that Bastille area is quite a lively area full of little bars which attract a mix of young suburban Parisians,...

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Free Travel Fun in Paris, France

Follow the lady who never pays for anything and learn how touring Paris with your infant can rekindle romance.Paris was made for lovers and lovers of life. Where else are flower bouquets sold in...

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Skiing And Learning In St. Anton, Austria

A lifelong skier and his son explore the sport's Austrian roots at the modern resort of St. Anton, home of the founders of many New England ski resorts in America.A short walk from the main...

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Cave Art And Castle Armor In Southern France

The Dordogne is a destination filled with history and cultural riches for many French, and for families with children of all ages. Mention Paris and Provence and ears prick up, but mention...

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