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Akumal: The Yucatan’s Playground

Join the Crespi/Sparks clan on their first vacation abroad as they experience the natural and historical wonders of Mexico's Yucatan coastline in the beach village of Akumal.The...

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Sacramento, California

Memories of fun-filled childhood vacations are in the making in this northern California city, the state's capital of family-friendliness. To the delight of both children and their parents,...

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In Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania What’s Old Is News

History buffs will love exploring the coal-mining and steam train heritage of Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, a fascinating and top value weekend getaway. In scenic Lackawanna County, PA, not...

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Beachside Serenity in San Simeon, California

There is a place on earth which one is sure must only exist in fairy tales.  Complete with a castle and many fabled stories of what happened behind its gates, it is truly a remarkable location. ...

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Summer Fun, Vermont Style

Want to enjoy budget summer fun in Vermont? FTF gives you the inside scoop on where to stay and what to do in the snow-free Mt. Snow Valley. It's not sleek or chic like Woodstock, but...

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Mom, 3 Kids, 5 Days – Los Angeles To Vancouver Family Road Trip

Follow my advice on how to avoid a bumpy ride -- or should we say mom's worst nightmare ever? -- on a roadtrip from Los Angeles through Oregon, Washington state and Vancouver.

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Following Lewis And Clark Through Washington

Washington State looked different to us than its wilderness did to Lewis and Clark so many years ago, so we became our own Corps of Discovery. When Lewis and Clark blazed a trail...

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Washington DC, The National Cathedral

This is an architecturally dramatic monument to Christianity, past presidents and current events, as well as an engaging center for Medieval crafts and ways. In a city better known for museums...

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International Visitors Spending $1.8 Billion Less a Month in 2009 – No Kidding

Here's the headline from the U.S. Commerce Department; Travel and Tourism-Related Exports Decline for Thirteenth Straight Month And here's their analysis:  The...

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