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What Moms And Dads Teach Us About Family Vacations

The second Family Travel Conference just wrapped up at the deluxe Omni Dallas Hotel. Family Travel Forum, along with TakingtheKids.com and Traveling Mom hosted more than 70 top media and industry leaders, 30% with...

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Coming Soon to a Theater Near You: Your Next Vacation Destination

With the Oscars coming up, I wonder, will Zero Dark Thirty generate buzz about Pakistan?  Will Argo help to promote Iran? Will Les Miserables keep everyone away from France? A funny thing happened on the way to the movies:  forty million international movie-goers have opted to travel to a place where a movie they loved was shot. 

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Grandparent Travel: Multigenerational Travel And Touring Grows

Multigenerational travel keeps on growing as a segment of the family market and if you don't believe us, let the numbers speak. And while you're at it, here are some great organized tours for two or three or, increasingly, four generations traveling together. Plus some useful services to help everyone get together. For more than a decade, the poll-takers have been predicting a trend:...

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Moms Spending Power Shapes Family Vacations In The Year Ahead

Family Travel Experts Explore Consumer Trends Impacting the Business of Family Vacations (New York, January 7, 2013) – Findings from the two Family Travel Conferences held in 2012 demonstrate that the enormous family segment of the travel industry -- estimated to comprise more than 100 million leisure...

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Family Travel Trends For The Year Ahead

Family Travel is no longer a travel niche; findings from the two Family Travel Conferences held in 2012 prove that this market, overlapping leisure and business travel, is bigger and more influential than ever before.The more than 70 family bloggers and writers who attended Family Travel Conference Dallas from around the...

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Family Travel Trends: Cultural Travel By Teens Increases Sharply

FTF’s annual Student Travel Trends Report, derived from thousands of blogs submitted to the 2012 Teen Travel Writing Scholarship competition, reveals that international travel among 13 to 18-year-olds continues to rise.(Media only, New York, Dec 18, 2012) - Family Travel Forum, the global...

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Family Travelers Descend on Dallas for 2nd Annual Family Travel Conference

Top Convention for Professional Travel Media to Highlight Video Production, Best Practices For immediate release:  Dallas, Texas, November 1, 2012 – Despite the travel disruptions caused by Hurricane Sandy, family travel professionals will convene at the second Family Travel Conference...

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Google Street View – How Do They Do It?

Everyone knows that Google Maps have revolutionized travel.  Not only can people find out where they're going (without too many front seat / back seat arguments),  but travelers can plan new and more fun ways to get there.Of course, they have also extended the usability of other tools like GPS and smartphones.An...

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Infamous Party Town In Laos Faces Government Crack Down

In August 2012, the Lao government shut down more than 20 bars along the Nam Song River, sending the message to thrill-seeking tourists that the party may be ending soon in Vang Vieng.  An investigation led by health and safetly officials found the culprit establishments were serving alcoholic drinks laced with hallucinogenic drugs to tourists participating in inner-tube...

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Trends: Summer Travel By Rail More Popular Than Ever

Summer is the high season for European train travel, but a recent  study by Eurail Group proves the multi-country Eurail Pass is popular all year long; in 2011, 451,227 travelers decided to embark in this type of journey across Europe. Survey respondents told Eurail that they bought the pass because they wanted to appreciate the journey as much as the destination.   Rail Travel...

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