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Maui, Hawaii Hotels and Resorts

All of Maui is beautiful and interesting, and there are many experiences to be had.  Here's a guide to Maui's family-friendly hotels in the four major resort areas along the 120-mile coastline of the island. The center of the island is home to the vast extinct volcano in Haleakala National Park. Wailea is located along the beach-lined south Maui and is a favorite vacation...

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Adventures In Legoland California

Watch the imagination of two boys skyrocket as they build and build in a different kind of theme park: Legoland, and other fun attractions in Carlsbad, California reviewed. Since 1932, youngsters have enjoyed building their own creations from tiny plastic bricks, thanks to Ole Kirk Christiansen, a carpenter...

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Las Vegas: Glitz, Glitter And Family Fun

Las Vegas is maturing much faster than its family audience, but it's still great fun for parents who don't mind "minding" their kids. Las Vegas is maturing much faster than its family audience, but it's still great fun for parents who don't mind "minding" their kids. There’s only one Las Vegas, and it’s a wild adventure for the entire family. Before you even land at the airport, you...

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Be A Star At Universal Studios Hollywood

Universal Studios Hollywood, billed as the “Entertainment Capital of L.A.,” is a movie and television-based theme park located adjacent to the real working film studios of Universal Pictures, which allows it to include a Studio Tour as a bonus. A day here is a memorable family experience...

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My 3 Favorite Family Dude Ranches

Looking for a dude ranch experience neither you nor your children will regret? Sit-a-spell and read on. Families with little critters will find most ranches only allow children 7 years and above on trail rides; young'uns 3 years and older can 'pony' around the corral. Accommodations are typically large rustic doubles in a main lodge. (Private family cabins and other rooming options are noted, where...

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A Culinary Revolution in Colonial Virginia

There was a time not long ago when a family visit to Colonial Williamsburg meant living a, shall we say…  dated lifestyle.  Many parents, especially those with tweens and teens who bore easily, pushed off a visit to Virginia’s Historic Triangle until their empty nester years. That’s no longer necessary. Thanks to the surge in gastronomic tourism (71% of travelers...

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Universal Orlando Reveals New Water Park, Volcano Bay

On May 25th, 2017, Florida’s Universal Orlando will be unveiling its latest attraction, a water park called Volcano Bay. This immersive theme park will be the third in the Universal Orlando complex. Universal Creative, the same team behind the Islands of Adventure park, traveled through the South Pacific for inspiration...

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Spring Break Vacation Deals Busting Out All Over

From the cabin fever-struck New England to the blizzard-battered Midwest and the snow-blanketed slopes of Lake Tahoe, many families are looking to plan a Spring Break getaway. So, which destinations are hustling to attract families this spring, and how? We have some surprising answers. This spring, all the early signs are pointing to a big season for families trying out vacation rentals...

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Grand Lodge Ski n’Stay Specials in Southern Utah

Looking for a spring getaway with great snow, lots of style and not too pricey? The Grand Lodge at Brian Head Ski Resort in southern Utah is welcoming guests through the end of their season (April 16, 2017) with a variety of Winter and Spring Ski packages. Brian Head, a past winner of

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Downclimbing is always harder…In Utah

The first thing you learn when you get to Utah is it takes twice as long to get anywhere you need to go.  I don’t mean this in a big city way, with the people and traffic.  It takes twice as long to get to places in Utah because Utah is HUGE. Garrett, my aunt Barb and I got the car in order with guide books, water bottles, snacks and cd’s, for a Saturday road trip to Nine...

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