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Reunions Can Be Tricky: How To Plan One

Travel for reunions is big business and getting bigger as families, communities, organizations and affinity groups  strive to stay in touch in an increasingly complex post 9/11 world.Travel...

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Should Parents Drug Their Kids On Flights?

Would you sedate your child on a flight? Are parents who do so wrong?A Wall Street Journal  article reported that many parents "drug" or sedate their...

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Travel Recipes We Found and Loved

Travel is about food!Sure, it’s about shopping and seeing the sights, but there's no better way to get to know a culture and its people than by sharing their...

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How Not To Travel With Bed Bugs

A few heads were scratched at AOL Travel’s recent story about about bed bugs.We weren’t scratching from the bugs but from curiosity: Why would author Libby Zay do a piece on the...

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Prince Edward Island: The Gentle Province

The first view is of red clay cliffs, gently sloping to the Northumberland Strait. The plane banks slowly… and all of Prince Edward Island (PEI) comes into sight: a patchwork of color...

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Shuck ’em and Eat ’em: PEI Mussels

Shuck ‘em and Eat ‘em Prince Edward Island’s Malpeque Oysters and Blue Mussels have earned Canada’s smallest province a big reputation worldwide....

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FamilyMoons: The Honeymoon of Second Marriages

Chrissy and Herb Strickland from Florida were getting married.  But this time, a second marriage for both, it wasn’t just between them. They had kids from their previous marriages...

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Seven Travel Superstars I’d Like a Drink With

So, OK, if I could have a drink (any kind) with any of these travel industry heroes, I'd be very happy...and learn a lot.So, ah, may I buy you a drink....1 Arnie Weissmann,...

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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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