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Atlantis Paradise Island, Paradise For Families

Well-known for its aquarium-like attractions and huge casino, this legendary Bahamas resort is one of the more interesting and entertaining places in the Caribbean.Have you ever dreamed of escaping to a tropical island with gentle breezes, white sand beaches and crystal clear water, accompanied by the gentle rhythms of a steel drum band? It doesn't have to become a nightmare if you plan a family...

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St. Kitts Marriott Resort And The Royal Beach Casino

The St. Kitts Marriott is a sweet luxury resort offering fun in the sun, a relaxing setting and much more, including interesting environmental programs for kids.The local Kittitians call their small island home in the Eastern Caribbean “Sugar City.” Of course, the real reason for this loving nickname is because St. Kitts is famous for its delicious sugar cane; however, locals like...

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Iberostar – Profile Of A Family-Friendly Resort Company

Iberostar, the brand behind all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, Mexico, Spain, and other countries, has both a storied history and a high rate of approval from vacationing families. Grupo Iberostar has been around for a long time—its presence in the travel industry dates back to 1930, when it was...

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Star Trekker: Zac Brown Band Cruises to Grand Cayman

On September 2, 2010, the Grammy Award-winning Zac Brown Band will be taking the long way to Grand Cayman aboard the Carnival Inspiration. The country music ensemble will depart from Tampa, Florida for a four-day "Sailing Southern Ground" cruise to entertain lucky fans on board. The Country Music Award-nominated group has had previous experience cruising –...

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Cancun’s Royal Resorts’ Family Villas

Family Travel Forum's review of spacious condominium living at The Royal Resorts complexes located along the beachfront in Cancun, Mexico.On our recent return to Cancun after the devastating Hurricane Wilma in 2005, we stopped by the elegant Sisal Restaurant and were reminded how great the Royal Resorts are for families. That's because the stylish Sisal, which served...

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Snowsports Toys And Tricks For All Ages

New snow toys makes non-skiers and too-little-to-ski-ers enjoy their day on the mountain just as much as everyone else.With every season, we become aware of new snow toys and snow fun options waiting to challenge kids and anyone else who's fit and young at heart. During the 90s, when mountain resorts turned their attention to attracting those in the family who would not ski or snowboard, we...

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British Virgin Islands Resorts

Read Family Travel Forum's useful tips on how to have a great vacation in the British Virgin Islands and the top family-friendly resorts. An archipelago of 50 islands, cayes and rocks spread over 59-square-miles, the British Virgin Islands (BVIs to the cognoscenti) are known for calm, clear waters and steady breezes, and are perfect for boating adventures and underwater explorations. The...

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My First All-Inclusive – Mexico’s Aventura Cove Palace

A wary mom's first experience with an All-Inclusive family beach vacation in Tulum, Mexico turns out to be a success, and won't be her last. I admit that we are an unlikely family to spend our vacation at an all-inclusive resort.  My husband and I like to explore the local food, culture and people whenever we travel.  Our favorite family trips have been home exchanges...

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Breezes Runaway Bay, Jamaica Resort And Golf Club

Newly renovated, this Jamaica resort provides families -- with teens and older -- an all-inclusive vacation that meets all of life's simple requirements for sun, food, drink and fun.Nestled on 22 acres of beachfront property in lush Runaway Bay, Jamaica, SuperClubs' Breezes Runaway Bay Resort & Golf Club is an all-inclusive property which only caters to adult families.  If traveling with...

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What’s happened in Haiti

I have been reading about the terrible earthquake that struck Haiti,  just outside the capital city of Port-au-Prince.  Estimates are now of more than 100,000 people killed by this earthquake with a magnitude of 7. I don't know about you, but I think that this is close to the last place that  needs such a tragedy. The people of Haiti struggle enough already. I visited there many...

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