2016 TFV MC1-May#1

Summer Vacation Ideas
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Times change. That's what travel teaches us, and what our writers have been exploring for summer adventures. Read on to find out why cruise ships cater to hobbies, how scientists found dinosaurs covered with feathers, when flowers become religious art, and who elevated graffiti from ghetto to tourist attraction. To explore the U.K. city of Bristol and its infamous native son Banksy,  please read more...

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Whether it's history, religion, jazz or Champagne, the cruise companies are doing a great job luring passengers by appealing to their passions.  Learn More
A new show at the American Museum of Natural History is trying to convince us that birds are modern day dinosaurs; do you buy it? Learn More
The hill villages of Italy come alive in spring during the Infiorata, a religious festival where floral art is a sign of devotion.  Learn More
Eileen Ogintz from TakingtheKids.com shares her historic cruise to Cuba above Fathom's Adonia and explores how the trip impacted passengers and the Cubans they visited. 
Wherever you're off to, safe there, safe home.
Kyle & Fran, the FTF team 
Have Kids, Still Travel!
May 11, 2016 - Family Travel Forum Inc
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