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Tips for planning multi-generational travel

Tips for multi-generational travel: How to have a great trip for all ages

Written by special contributor, Morris Lilienthal As the average nuclear family size continues to trend lower, today’s family trips often encompass grandparents and extended families. Many families find that trips that include young children, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins are well worth the added planning and coordination. Bringing the whole family together can yield lasting […]

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Where to stay in Halkidiki, Greece | Nefeli Villas & Suites

Where to stay in Halkidiki, Greece: Nefeli Villas & Suites

We spent the first half of our Halkidiki trip at Philoxenia Bungalows in Psakoudia. It was such a fantastic time and it left us with the feeling that the second half of the trip would be pretty awesome, too.  What we didn’t know was just how fantastic that second half would be, and our stay […]

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Private guided tour of Yellowstone with Yellowstone Insight

Extraordinary private guided tour of Yellowstone National Park with Yellowstone Insight

Yellowstone National Park sits atop many a traveler’s bucket list. Outdoor adventurers, wildlife enthusiasts, and conservationists come from near and far to take in all the splendor that is Yellowstone. For many, visiting Yellowstone is a once-in-a-lifetime trip. Even for those who have visited multiple times, each Yellowstone experience is special. To make your time […]

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Where to stay in Halkidiki, Greece | Philoxenia Bungalows in Psakoudia

Where to stay in Halkidiki, Greece: Affordable family accommodations at Philoxenia Bungalows

Deciding where to stay in Halkidiki, Greece can be an adventure all on its own because there are so many options. Accommodations range from backpacker-budget to absolute luxury. So, where does the budget-conscious family begin to look when planning a Halkidiki beach vacation? My recommendation is to look no further than Philoxenia Bungalows in Psakoudia. […]

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Legend of Santa Lucia

Celebrating an Italian saint in Sweden: The feast and legend of Santa Lucia

Santa Lucia (Saint Lucy) is a Catholic saint who was born in Syracuse, Sicily, in 283 AD and was martyred at the age of 20. Though she lived a considerably short life, she is still celebrated in different parts of the world almost two thousand years later. Few facts are known about Lucia’s life and […]

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Places to visit near Yellowstone National Park | Yellowstone Country Montana

Places to visit near Yellowstone National Park

Beyond the park: Travel guide to Yellowstone Country Montana Of all the places in the world I’ve traveled, Yellowstone National Park stands as my absolute favorite. I have a special connection to Yellowstone, as I lived and worked there two decades ago, so – for me – it stands as far more than a travel […]

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Halkidiki: The best place in Greece you've never heard of

Halkidiki: The best place in Greece you’ve never heard of

“So, which island did you visit?” asked the taxi driver in Athens. “We didn’t visit any of the islands,” I replied. “You’re American, no?” “Yes, we’re American.” Baffled, the taxi driver continued, “No islands? Then where did you go in Greece?” I’ll tell you where we went: Halkidiki. While there, we met no other American […]

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Weekend getaway to Grand Rapids, Michigan | Where to stay, eat, and drink

Weekend getaway to Grand Rapids, Michigan: Where to stay, eat, and drink

One day out of the blue, my friend and co-worker, Jamie, said to me, “I want to go to Grand Rapids. Take me there!” I’ve traveled to Grand Rapids a number of times over the last few years. After hearing me talk about it so much, Jamie knows that the city has become one of […]

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North Dakota Destinations | Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park

North Dakota Destinations: Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park

Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park in Mandan, North Dakota, was a stop on our Legendary North Dakota road trip this past summer. Just south of I-94 and 13 miles outside of the capital of Bismarck, it was an ideal one-night stop for us as we headed back east towards home from Medora and Theodore Roosevelt […]

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