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Is Your Child Ready For Snowsports?

Great tips from professional instructors dedicated to creating, offering and maintaining the "best resort for family fun, anywhere." Winter offers many opportunities for families to enjoy recreation in the outdoors. Alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing and snowshoeing are all sports that families can enjoy together and pursue as lifelong hobbies.  If your children...

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Aruba Attractions

Like most Caribbean family beach getaways, Aruba offers visitors opportunities to rest in the sun on a tranquil beach, as beautiful, gentle blue waves lap at the sand.  Conversely, unlike most Caribbean beach getaways, Aruba is located outside of the hurricane belt, a mere 19 miles north of the Venezuelan coast.  Its climate, averaging a steady 81º F year round, is dry...

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Cayman Islands Calling Stingrays

This "hot" three-island British Crown Colony markets to families interested in sun n'surf, a pristine environment and accessible marine wildlife with tours to meet its native stingrays. Having returned from a press trip to the Cayman Islands, a three-island British Crown Colony just a 70 minute flight from Miami, I was surprised to hear friends singing "Cum to de CAY-mahn EYE-lanz,...

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Snowmass, Colorado In Winter: All Ages And All Abilities

Physical and cultural activities abound at the four Aspen mountains, some of Colorado's most family-friendly snowsports and adventure destinations. Physical and cultural activities abound at the four Aspen mountains, some of Colorado's most family-friendly snowsports and adventure destinations. One company in western Colorado owns and operates the mountain resorts at Aspen, Aspen...

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Custom Itinerary – Caribbean Resort Advice

Q - Christine M. of Blacksburg, Virginia wrote: We are planning to spend a week in the Caribbean. Our airfare is covered, but we need to find the right accommodations for our family in the $3-$4,000 range. We would enjoy a beach or pool, hiking/biking and eating well. Our 6-year-old daughter would love a kid's program (and so would we!) We took a cruise once, and never again -- the boat was crowded...

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The Buccaneer, St. Croix’s Classic Family Resort

This classic Caribbean resort offers fun and luxury for the whole family. Read on to find out why!One of the oldest and still the best on the most family-friendly of the U. S. Virgin Islands, The Buccaneer on St. Croix offers a variety of luxury accommodations spread over green hills rising gently from the sparkling turquoise Caribbean. A constant tropical breeze keeps even...

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Top Cheap Ski Getaway: White Mountains, New Hampshire

The White Mountains of New Hampshire is a winner of FTF's Top 10 (Cheap) Getaways For Family Travelers 2008 award. Ski vacations can be expensive and difficult to plan if you don’t know where to look and ways to save.  A snowsports holiday is not usually considered a cheap family vacation because of all the components:  lift tickets, equipment rental, lessons and accommodations...

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Top Cheap All-Inclusive Getaway: Tamarijn Aruba

Divi Caribbean Resorts' Tamarijn Aruba is a winner of FTF's Top 10 (Cheap) Getaways For Family Travelers 2008 award. One of the best ways to save money on your next vacation: make one payment and never again touch your wallet for the remainder of your stay.  This is one of the biggest appeals of the all-inclusive resort.  The one-time price tag usually includes unlimited meals,...

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Custom Itinerary – Caribbean Christmas

Q - Tulle H. of New York City writes: We need a recommendation for a resort over the Christmas Holiday with our 11-year-old -- maybe in Jamaica or Grenada. We want to stay on the beach, and enjoy nature activities (especially snorkeling), but have accessibility to some night life and local culture, and not be in an isolated resort all the time.A...

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Vermont’s Smugglers Notch For Grown-Ups

A Vermont mountain known for its super children's programs makes the thrill of discovery available in an adults-only camp rated M. There's something funny about Smugglers' Notch Resort, a ski area tucked away in northern Vermont at the foot of a mountain pass (Smuggler's Notch) over which the rum runners used to haul hootch at night. It's a bit hidden because the condos and base area are...

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