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Hawaii with Kids: 13 Best Kid-Approved Family Activities

by Janna Graber. Posted Apr 4th 2011 03:30 PM

When it comes to planning your Hawaiian family vacation, it's hard to know where to begin. A day at the beach or submarine ride? Museum or tubing? We asked Hawaii travel expert Jeanette Foster, author of Frommer's Hawaii with Kids, to name her favorite family activities on the islands.

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Where to See Weird and Wonderful Sea Life Up Close (PHOTOS)

by Janna Graber. Posted Mar 25th 2011 07:00 AM
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Time to get down and dirty and up close and personal with some sea beasties, naughty little creatures that they are. Here's how-and where-you can experience some of the ocean's most unusual creatures up close.
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New Travel Packages from the Midwest Perfect for Spring Break

by Lark Gould. Posted Feb 22nd 2011 01:00 PM
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It seems like all the best spring break travel packages include air from New York or Los Angeles. But there are companies that specialize in moving sun-seekers out of the Midwest's prairie bluster and into warm, beachfront or saucy desert luster with affordable, easy packages.
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Best Beaches and Pools to Get Wet and Wild

by Chanize Thorpe. Posted Feb 18th 2011 06:00 PM
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Looking for something a little wilder than your normal beach vacation? Maybe it's time to add a splash of sexy to your usual lukewarm adventures. Like, say, at the hottest beach party scene in the Greek Isles. Or a topless pool in Las Vegas. We've picked our favorite beaches and pools perfect for shedding your inhibitions – and more. Just be sure to pack extra sunscreen.
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Best Places to Unplug

by Sarah Rose. Posted Feb 3rd 2011 12:31 PM
In a wired world, peace and quiet have become luxuries. Some hotels have caught on and now offer a lack of service as the ultimate indulgence -- no phones, no televisions, limited internet, and sometimes even no electricity. We selected the top places to unplug and go low-tech or even no-tech. So turn off the cellphone, close the laptop, then kick back, relax and enjoy the ahhhhhhh.
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