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Family of Five List of All-Inclusive Vacation Resorts

Those of you seeking a list of vacation resorts that can accommodate a family of five without requiring booking two rooms can thank Tammi, a Canadian mom of three girls. She thoroughly researched your options! She posted her compiled list a year ago on her very popular blog, My Organized Chaos, which focuses on family […]

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See Venice via Google Treks and DK – photos and maps

Imagining Venice: Stunning photos help us visualize our travel plans. I usually purchase a few travel-guide-books, sometimes even used-travel-guide-books to save money. (The landmarks won’t change much year to year, and I use the internet to get updated visitor info.) Often those books have plain pages, or perhaps black and white photos. To help us […]

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How to Find Family Airline Ticket Savings

Anyone can learn how to save money on airfare by reading the articles produced by the staff at FareCompare.com. Their web pages are detailed with easy to follow steps, and some have accompanying video reports. As the CEO, Rick Seaney, says on the company’s website, “I want to help travelers fly wherever they want, at […]

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Travel Search Engines as Reported in the Seattle Times

Check out Anick Jesdanun’s (from off the AP) article from the Seattle Times, TripAdvisor edges out Kayak, Bink in cheap-flights search. The article covers the virtues as well as weaknesses of the big travel websites Bing, Kayak, Expedia, Orbitz and TripAdvisor. Also, a reminder to our non-US followers: Southwest, one of the largest discount airlines in the […]

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Budget Manhattan: NYC with kids

Five for budget family travel to New York City: 1. Here is a great website set up primarily for Dads with lists of inexpensive or free things to do in NYC. (www.nyc.gov/html/hra/nycdads/html/things/borough_manhattan.shtml) 2. Something we like to take advantage of as well is the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Central Park. Children under 12 are […]

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