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Utah Announced as Fodor’s Go List #1 Travel Destination for 2016

Feb 12, 2016
Utah was recently announced as Fodor’s Go List #1 travel destination for 2016. Plan your trip to Utah easier this year with Utah.com

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Traveling with kids is always a challenge. You have to pack not only your bag but also pack every essential little thing for your children as well. more
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10 ways to save money on spring break

In Orlando, with Mickey Mouse and the Atlanta Braves
on vacation, free is great — a lot better than paying for meals the kids don’t eat, theme park tickets when they’d rather play in the hotel pool or museum entry fees when they are ready to leave in less than an hour. more
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Spring Break Ideas to Meet Every Family’s Wish List

We are joining our colleagues at Family Travel Forum to recommend Spring Break getaways that are guaranteed to please, whether you’re planning a reunion of several generations, a wild time with a bunch of friends, or some "we" time with loved ones more
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A private villa in Jamaica with a homey feel and lots of space

Pool area at the Villas by Linda Smith
We are eating dinner on the terrace listening to the ocean, feasting on Caribbean lobster. No we aren’t at a tony restaurant in Jamaica. We are at Serenity on the Beach, one of the 100 private villas in Jamaica managed by Villas by Linda Smith. more
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Getting the whole family outdoors in winter

Over 100 locations across the country offer WinterTrails events
There’s nothing more fun than trying something new — wasn’t that one of your new year’s resolutions — especially in such spectacular country? And there’s no better time than January, which is designated Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. more
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10 wishes for happy travel with your family in 2016

The mango man, San Blas in the Riviera Nayarit
Maybe you like nothing more than exploring new places and sharing new adventures with the kids and grandkids, well aware that things may not go as planned, though that can happen wherever you go, of course. Wherever you venture in 2016, give yourselves permission to get off the tourist track, at least for a little while. You’ll be glad you did. more
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Remembering Stein Eriksen; Rooting for Jake Burton Carpenter

Stein Ericksen in the early 1950s
Stein Eriksen, a founder of modern skiing, has died in Park City, UT at 88. Meanwhile, Jake Burton Carpenter, 62, is making an amazing recovery from a life-threatening illness. more
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Fun in the snow off the ski slopes

At the Snow Mountain Ranch in Colorado
It may be Christmas week, but we’re as far from a mall and city crowds as we can get. We’re hiking the Crawford Trail, the longest continually used trail in the country, snow crunching under our feet more
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The sights, sounds and scents of Tokyo, Japan

Trimming tuna at Tokyo Fish Market
It is eight in the morning and we are a few blocks from the hotel at Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji Fish Market, Japan’ largest. More than 15,000 people work here; international tourists line up in the early hours of the morning for the chance to watch the famous fish auctions, more
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Taking a family-style river cruise to explore the German Christmas Markets

Candied almonds at the Christmas Market in Frankfurt
Frankfurt has one of Germany’s 2500 Christmas Markets and one of the country’s oldest, locals claim, dating back to 1393, though those in Nuremberg dispute that. more
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