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Berliner Mauer – Why The Fall of the Berlin Wall Matters

November 9, 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Perhaps more amazing than this passage of time is realizing that the so-called "peaceful revolution" among East...

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Club Med Rising

Club Med, the pioneering all-inclusive hotel group that began with barefoot villages for singles and has evolved into some of the world’s best family all-inclusives is growing again -– and fast.At...

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Elephant Rears And Animal Care At Busch Gardens Tampa

The Busch Gardens Tampa themepark has expanded its animal offerings in a thrilling effort to bring Africa to life for visitors. And, maybe because we’re reading

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Perfect Pairing: Luxury Mexican Villa with Cooking Classes

Hacienda Petac, a traditional plantation in Mexico's state of Yucatan, is providing a unique group opportunity to learn more about Yucatecan culture through its cuisine and at-home...

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At One With Nature Along The Appalachian Trail

After a weekend exploring the Appalachian Trail from our base at the AMC Highland Center, we began to appreciate how this pioneering environmental organization brought New Hampshire's great outdoors...

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Lake Tahoe, California Hotels And Resorts

The shores of Lake Tahoe offer families so many outdoor activities, sports, shopping, restaurants, and scenic vistas that almost any resort will have enough to please 'tweens, teens...

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Edmonton, Alberta Attractions

Edmonton, best known as home to the world's largest indoor entertainment complex, the West Edmonton Mall, was one of TripAdvisor's Top 10 Family Destinations in Canada for 2011. This friendly city in...

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Cancun Family Beach Vacation: Attractions, Adventures, Tours

Cancun is one of those destinations that has taken on a certain mythical status, after four decades as one of the major beach destinations in the Western Hemisphere. In those years...

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Sichuan, China: Panda-ing to the Tourist Trade

A long black finger taps my cheek while I shift to balance my new 80-pound friend sitting on my lap. To my delight, he puts his gracefully arched fingernail up my nose, then leans in to start chewing...

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