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Traveling With Children On The Autism Spectrum

Parents with children on the autism spectrum know better than most that family vacations are, by their very nature, a break from routine. But what do you do when routine is what your child...

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Mayflower Park Hotel and Seattle Hit Sweet Spot for Teens and Tweens

There are many well-known toddler attractions in Seattle, but once this verdant, hip city gets into your blood,...

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New York City Looks Good To The Blind

Sightseeing in New York City is surprisingly compatible with traveling with the vision impaired. Sidewalks often have raised bumps, tactile cues that you are reaching the end at the curb. And though midtown...

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Advice For Travelers With Diabetes

Many travelers with diabetes worry about storing, packing, and transporting their medication and supplies when flying. The good news is that insulin does not need to be stored in the...

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Theme Parks Try to Accommodate the Disabled

Physically disabled travelers may be limited in their destination and activity options, but they often laud theme parks for their special accommodations. It’s not just permanently disabled guests...

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Three Days In Family-Friendly Copenhagen, Denmark

Castles, museums, and sightseeing boat tours await you in this Denmark city, making it a great place to bring children if you have a weekend to visit.On our recent "Denmark Bicycling Trip"...

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Just the Two of Us: Amelia Island, Florida

A mom and daughter explore the beauty of Florida's Amelia Island on an outing designed just for the girls.A mom and daughter explore the beauty of Florida's Amelia Island on an outing designed...

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Europe Cycling

Avid bicyclists pack up the kids and the Burley trailers for an escorted ride across Denmark that gives new meeting to the word "deluxe." When I was a child, my mother rode me around...

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