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Guide To Yacht Charters In The Caribbean

If chartering a yacht is something that floats your boat, FTF can tell you how to find a great charter on the Caribbean. Whether you've been "Swept Away," entranced by "A Perfect Storm," or inspired by shipping magnates ranging from J.P. Morgan to Aristotle Onassis, every traveler dreams of chartering his own yacht. For the novice captain, his or her mate and a crew of young swabbies, there...

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Vermont’s Hawk Inn And Mountain Resort

The Hawk Inn, a Vermont resort, offers plenty of options for outdoor activity, or simply lounging around, across the four seasons. Summer and Winter, Spring and Fall, the Hawk Inn & Mountain Resort in Plymouth, Vermont is an extraordinarily friendly year-round destination for families. On our family’s most...

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Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast

A family traveler explores Costa Rica's Tortuguero National Park in beautiful Costa Rica.In addition to my many other Costa Rican travels, I have spent some time along the Caribbean coast. In a country full of national parks, Tortuguero is one of the richest and most popular. Puerto Limón Puerto Limón, usually called simply Limón, is the capital of Limón province....

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Austria’s Seefeld

This family explores Europe's small towns and festivals on nice n' easy ski weekends.From our home in Heidelberg, Germany we are exploring as much of Europe as possible on long weekends. Our February cross-country ski weekend to Seefeld, Austria began for me with a bike ride to the local Bahnhof (train station) to buy our train tickets. Yes, you can do this on-line at

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Club Med Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

It's a favorite with parents, kids 2 to 12-years and even hard-to-please teens, and one of Club Med's top family destinations.Club Med began decades ago, when a vacation visionary, Gerard Blitz, living in post-war Paris, launched Club Mediterranée as a non-profit sports club. He pitched a tent village on a Mediterranean beach using WWII army surplus tents and...

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Trinidad And Tobago: Caribbean Carnival at its Best

Trinidad and Tobago's spring Carnival will amuse your family with great costumes and amazing creativity.If you like pulsating music, dancing in the streets, spectacular cultural events and parading masqueraders, then tropical Trinidad and Tobago's annual spring Carnival should not be missed. The islands of Trinidad and Tobago, just off the coast of South America, boast of an ethnically...

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Wisp Mountain Resort, Maryland

Head to Deep Creek Lake for skiing at Wisp Mountain, dogsledding, winter sports and more in a little known, top value resort. Within driving distance of many East Coast and upper Midwest communities lies the under-discovered resort area of Deep Creek Lake. This massive yet cozy vacation community is nestled in the natural mountain heritage of the Appalachians. Back in the 1960s,...

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Skiing 101: Adult Novices Feel No Shame

A West Coast mom and an East Coast dad throw caution to the wind and become middle age novice skiers.One of the best things about having kids is that when they're younger, they make their parents show off skills in all the sports that the kids are trying to learn... even if those skills date back to the days of rotary phones. Scootering at 35? Rollerblading at 42? How 'bout freestyle skiing...

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Family Resorts of St. John, USVI

A family of 5 sleeps around at several of this US Virgin Island's top resorts to judge the best.Our family of five travels often from Washington DC. We swim in rooftop pools in New York hotels and snow-fed New Hampshire rivers. We sleep on rainy mountaintops in tents and in king size beds you never want to leave. We eat on paper plates in places I'd rather forget and in fancy restaurants...

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Villa Life On St. Barths

Veteran family travel writers put their favorite island, St. Bartholomew's, to the test. And the wonderful Caribbean retreat does more than pass; it excels!In our twenty-plus years of travel and writing about travel, St. Barths stands out.  We recalled marvelous cuisine, lovely scenery, diverse beaches, beautiful people, overpriced shopping (to ignore) and friendly...

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