City Break Archives - Page 5 of 42 - My Family Travels
Sightseeing boats and attractions line Chicago's Navy Pier.
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Chicago, Illinois Attractions

With museums, theatre and outdoor fun galore, Chicago is a happening destination packed with family attractions for travelers of all ages. Even during the pandemic, things are...

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Big Cedar Lodge in Branson, Missouri
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Branson, Missouri Hotels And Resorts

Make Branson, Missouri hotels your fun basecamp in this Midwest playground for all ages. Here are a few hotels we like that are conveniently located. Whether you're elders who...

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Kids on scooters and bikes in Brook Run Park, Dunwoody, Georgia
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Exploring Dunwoody Georgia

Dunwoody Georgia is a family-welcoming city that has sprouted nearly 17 miles north of Atlanta. Although it's considered an Atlanta suburb, close-to-home travelers looking for...

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Two-story brick houses at the Intersection of Van Buren and Lovering Streets in Wilmington, Delaware.
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Why Joe Biden and Families Love Wilmington Delaware

“Our demonstration of black powder may not have much of a bang due to the rainy weather,” says our guide at Hagley, the du Pont estate in Wilmington Delaware. She presses a...

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Tourists visiting Rome with extended family
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UK Citizens Will Enjoy Visa-Free Travel Post Brexit

If you're planning summer travel post Brexit to the UK and other European countries, do keep in mind the ever-changing COVID-19 related travel restrictions. According to a recent...

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Lady Gaga wax statue in London Madame Tussaud's wears the famous Telephone Hat from designer Philip Treacy
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Star Trekking: Lady Gaga Shrieks Viva Las Vegas

The Grammy's make us dream about the big year for Lady Gaga. When one of the world's most flamboyant and individual performers joined the A-list at Madame Tussauds in...

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Three covers of the Negro Travelers' Green Book from the years 1947, 1948 and 1955 at the New York Public Library
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Making Our Travels More Meaningful

Isolated by the pandemic, angered by economic inequality, moved by social injustice -- powerful forces are persuading many families to commit to more meaningful travel when they...

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The welcoming gates of Graceland, the late Elvis Presley's Memphis estate.
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We Love Memphis For Music, Music Shrines And Elvis

Exploring things to do in Memphis Tennessee is a blast for a lot of reasons—Elvis, music, Elvis, Ducks, Elvis, Civil Rights, Elvis. Sitting on the banks of the Mississippi River,...

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Bright pink flamingos on a lawn
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Head to the Tropics and Visit Flamingo Gardens This Summer

If you're inspired by the tropics and the palm-shaded outdoors, pack up the kids and plan a trip to Flamingo Gardens, also known as the

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