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Hans C. Andersen Reads from Thumbelina: Denmark’s Sounds

It’s been a while since I last visited the land of the Little Mermaid, so when the assignment came up, I was eager to revisit Copenhagen, the Lilliputian capital of the Kingdom...

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Junk, Junk and Fun: City Museum, St. Louis

The generically named, City Museum is anything but a generic museum. This St. Louis museum is more like a fun house or carnival than a museum.Made almost...

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Penalizing the Single Traveler

The math is simple but deceptive: If a hotel room cost two hundred bucks, that’s a hundred bucks per person, because hotels assume two people...

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Dude Ranches for Families

When 180 horses’ hooves pounded the ground a few feet from me, manes flaring and breaths misting ghost-like in the chill Colorado mountain air, this city boy was transfixed.It was the 5:30...

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Family Travel Down the Amazon

Family Bonding, Family Travel or Family Vacations should build memories. And few Family Adventure Travel experiences build family travel bonds better than a family vacation along Peru’s incredible...

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Banning Kids From Flying

Most Americans aren’t anti-kids. Just the ones that fly it seems. A recent on line chat had a curmudgeonly majority of flyers saying kids don’t belong on planes....

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Lost Luggage Nightmares

Lost Luggage Nightmare Kaleel.tvp@gmail.comIt’s a nightmare. We drag our luggage through security and customs. And break our backs jamming them in the overhead bins.Then there’s the...

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Honeymoons to Familymoons

 Honeymoons to  FamilymoonsChrissy and Herb Strickland from Florida were getting married.But this time, a second marriage for both, it wasn’t just between them.They...

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How Not To Travel Like An “Ugly American”

It's part of travel's enduring mythology: The American tourist, unable to manage even a few sentences in any language other than English, and oblivious to the cutlure and traditions...

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The Lure of Dark Tourism: Murder and Mayhem

Places like Cambodia’s Killing Fields, Auschwitz, New York’s Ground Zero, or the Wolf’s Lair where Hitler barely survived an assassination attempt in 1944, exert a powerful pull on travelers.But...

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