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A Guide to Valentine's Day for Travelers

by Terry Ward. Posted Feb 3rd 2011 01:31 PM
Valentine's Day for Travelers

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Not sure what to do this Valentine's Day? We've got you covered. Looking for a private escape or a big-city splurge? Want to kick back and do, well, pretty much nothing? Or are you adrenalin-junkies in search of the next big downhill thrill? We've got Valentine's Day for travelers covered. Read on for where to spread the love this February 14.
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5 Best Photo Opportunities in Palm Beach

by Gabriela Garcia. Posted Oct 18th 2010 04:34 PM
Photo Opportunities Palm Beach

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From turn-of-the-century streets and nature preserves to practically isolated beaches - there is an abundance of places here for great photo opportunities. Palm Beach is diverse enough to attract every shutterbug visitor from the leisurely socialite to the nature-loving bird watcher. Here's a guide to five of the most iconic shots:
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Palm Beach Slang

by Gabriela Garcia. Posted Oct 13th 2010 04:35 AM
Palm Beach Slang

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Although most common American slang applies in Palm Beach, there are some unique terms that may strike first-time visitors as entirely new. Palm Beach slang even varies from region to region, making it difficult to keep up. Here's a guide to some of the basics:
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Safe and Dangerous Places in Palm Beach

by Nancy Munro. Posted Oct 5th 2010 09:39 PM
Areas to Avoid Palm Beach

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You know why you're in Palm Beach – a visit to Grandma, a business trip, a long weekend, or an extended stay in your second home. But what are the areas to avoid in Palm Beach?

We're not talking specific point-A-to-point-B destinations. We're talking about how to get where you're going safely by avoiding dangerous, high-crime areas and locating areas that are attractive for their beaches, bars, restaurants, shopping, culture, and low crime.
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Palm Beach with Tweens: A Perfect Family Day

by Nancy Munro. Posted Oct 4th 2010 11:19 AM
Palm Beach with Tweens: A Family Vacation

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Leave it to tweens to know the latest in communication, music, movies and celebrities – and to use the latest in electronic devices to keep up. According to a 2010 study by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, kids ages 7-18 spend an average of 7 hours and 38 minutes a day (outside of school!) using some form of electronic media. Those may be discouraging statistics, but rest assured, Palm Beach family travel doesn't have to include "I'm sooooo bored!" texts to friends – or any texts at all. Keep the kids active with the following list of things to do, and Palm Beach with tweens can be fun for everyone.
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