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Sint Maarten/Saint Martin Restaurants

Not sure where to dine in Saint Martin? FTF has a few restaurant ideas for your family.There are many quality restaurants to choose from on both sides of the island of St. Maarten/St. Martin. While it's risky business to recommend, here are a few places I'm happy to vouch for: Sunset Beach Bar, Airport Beach, 599/545-3998

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Playing With Ice – Safely

Whether you're snowboarding, fishing, skating, or just taking a slippery stroll, knowing ice safety could save your life.During the winter season, families from Maine to Siberia will take to frozen lakes and ponds to ice fish, play hockey, or snowmobile. Accidents will happen, but they can be avoided by following these guidelines from ice safety experts. Ice Safety Do's & Don't's DO...

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See and Ski Norway

Visit Oslo, Norway and enjoy family skiing packages while learning a bit of Viking history. The story of the indomitable Sondre Nordheim, credited as the 'inventor' of modern skiing, and the popular success of the Oslo (1952) and Lillehammer (1994) Winter Olympic Games have contributed to making Norway a skier's fantasy destination....

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Snowboarding for the Very First Time?

Vermont's Killington Resort gets a virgin rider back on his feet. As someone who doesn't normally ski or snowboard, I found myself having a great time when I visited Killington, Vermont in January. The Killington Resort has seven base lodges, all of them inter-connected. If you have more skills than I did, you can get to any of the base lodges from any other through Killington's extensive...

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Hilton’s Caribbean Resorts

Want to know who offers the best family deals in the Caribbean? Family Travel Forum gives you the resort report.Hilton properties around the Caribbean offer the fine service, comfortable guest rooms, and extensive business facilities that travelers have come to expect from the Hilton International company. Additionally, all of these sun-kissed resorts are showing their love to families with...

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Keystone Resort, Colorado

Find out how this skiing destination in the Colorado Rockies rates according to Family Travel Forum's ski expert. Find out how this skiing destination in the Colorado Rockies rates according to Family Travel Forum's ski expert. The Keystone Resort (800/354-4FUN) in Colorado is comprised of three mountains- Dercum...

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Out of this World Snowsports

Italy's Sestriere offers skiing families a one-of-kind European experience.  Interested in a uniquely European trans-alpino adventure, in skiing or riding 'without borders'? Over 400 kms/240 mi of groomed trails make up the Via Lattea, Italy's "Milky Way" of resorts revolving around Sestriere, about an hour from Torino in the Italian...

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North America’s 4 Top Family Ski Resorts

Colorado, Utah, British Columbia, Idaho...which of these family-welcoming ski resorts is best for your family?Read on to find out why contributing editor Laura Sutherland, author of "The Best Family Ski Vacations in North America" (St. Martin's), recommends Snowmass (Colorado), Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort (Utah), Whistler Resort (British Columbia), and Sun Valley (Idaho) as the top family...

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Old Bahama Bay Resort And Marina

When families find beachfront villas, attentive service and gourmet cuisine, size doesn't matter at a luxurious Caribbean resort like this one. Itching to get out of Boston's deep freeze last winter, I could not wait to get to a tropical beach resort. Besides a bit of warmth and much needed sunshine, I was anxious to simply kick back and spend some "quality" time with my family. Luckily,...

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Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort

This writer examines one of the top resorts at Beaver Creek that will suit your family's needs.Winding west from Denver, through the long and narrow Vail Valley, and a few miles north through the friendly town of Avon, we arrive at the two resort areas of Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch, both developments at the base of the exclusive Beaver Creek mountain. From many points, you can see...

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