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North of the Notch In New Hampshire And Maine

New Hampshire and backwoods Maine offer sailing, moose-sightings, hiking and more adventures for your spring, summer or fall vacation. How many places can you play the game of "I Spy" and look...

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Southern Israel Is Great for Kids

Discover the fun-for-family attractions in Eilat, Jerusalem and other lesser-known destinations in the South of Israel. Be forewarned that a family trip to the south of Israel usually...

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Grand Wailea Resort, Maui, Hawaii

Grand Wailea in Maui has more than you and your family could want for golf, tennis, swimming pools, kid's camp, spa and almost anything else under the Hawaiian sun. One of the liveliest...

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Fort Lauderdale Learning With Grandchildren

A grandfather recounts a joyful day with his 4-year old grandson at Fort Lauderdale's Museum of Discovery and Science. It's a magical place with something of interest for everyone, at any age....

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Introducing Skiing And Snowboarding

A seasoned pro shares advice on when and how to introduce skiing and snowboarding -- both great family sports -- to your kids. The sports of skiing and snowboarding can provide an excellent...

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Step And Blended Family Vacations

FTF shares some resources and advice for step and blended families thinking about traveling together. At this time of year, when travel planning is in full swing, parents in step or blended...

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Cave Art And Castle Armor In Southern France

The Dordogne is a destination filled with history and cultural riches for many French, and for families with children of all ages. Mention Paris and Provence and ears prick up, but mention...

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Wild Wild West

With another family, my family of four flew to California, and then rented two cars for 14 days to tour the West. Entering Nevada, the trunk lid on our car broke, but it didn't prevent the trip from...

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A Day at the Races

Less than an hour outside of our nation's capital sits Virginia's horse country: apple trees, rolling hills, vineyards, stone fences and colonial mansions. While most equestrian activities are geared...

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