North America Archives - Page 144 of 172 - My Family Travels
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News… The High Line Park Opens in New York City

The High Line, opened in the spring of 2009, is one of NYC's newest "must sees." With its fascinating history and bright future, it is attracting Big Apple visitors, as well as many...

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San Francisco Loves Little Ones

California's golden city of San Francisco has lots to offer kids of all ages, even the youngest in your family.Although many people discover San Francisco as an adult, my favorite memories...

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Reunions Afloat

Extended Families find fun at sea with a Carnival Cruise Lines sailing up the New England coast to Canada.Everyone talks about how wonderful cruises are for families, but we recently put the concept...

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Resort at Split Rock, Poconos, Pennsylvania

We went to the Split Rock Resort in the western Poconos the other weekend.  It was a nice resort and we had a great time. The room was nice in the...

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Orlando, Florida Thrills Teens, Too

Theme parks amuse everyone, but sometimes your teen may feel a bit "been there, done that," so Family Travel Forum has a few ideas to keep him pumped about your trip to Orlando, FL. So...

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1st In Line Passes: Orlando Express Lanes Double the Pleasure

The lines are so long at most Orlando theme parks that everyone's gotten creative about shortening the wait.  Here's a look at the "reserve-a-ride" systems in place at some of our...

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Family Snowmobiling

If your family is feeling adventurous, our FTF expert suggests you try snowmobiling, available from the winter wonderland of Maine to the vast reaches of Wyoming. If you go out snowmobiling in...

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Through Scenic Central New York And Beyond

Join a railroad buff on his vintage railway tour from Binghamton to Syracuse to relive the early days of train travel.As a child of the 50's, even before I could read, I could recognize the railroad...

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Texas Rounds Up Something for Everyone

No wonder this big state's anti-littering campaign says "Don't Mess with Texas"--with so much to see and do in so many places, family members of all ages and interests will not be disappointed.With...

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