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What to do in Ireland in Winter: Ireland Vacations and Holidays

If you’re wondering what to do in Ireland in winter, these suggestions will help you plan your itinerary and ensure you get the most out of your holiday. Visiting Western Europe in the winter is a smart idea for those looking to travel on a budget – cheap Ireland tours in particular are relatively easy to come by, and accommodation ...

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How To Spend a Day in Disney for Free: Disney Unveils its Plan to Offer Free Disney Tickets in 2009

Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts want to make 2009 the year that everyone celebrates their birthday Disney-style. By giving away free admission tickets for guests on their birthdays, Disney hopes to boost consumer confidence in their resorts as well as bring to light a new trend in vacations: the celebration vacation.<br /> What’s Behind This Promotion?<br /> According to ...

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Great White Sharks Vacationing Off Cape Cod

Who can forget the chilling moment when Chief Brody solemnly types ‘SHARK ATTACK’ as the cause of death of a mangled summer vacationer? The clack of the typebars hitting the paper haunts me still.<br /> I am, of course, recalling a scene from the 1975 Steven Spielberg classic, Jaws. The novel of the same name, on which Spielberg based his ...

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Best PEI Attractions and Vacation Activities: Canada’s Prince Edward Island is Home to Anne, Beaches, Parks, Fun

Visitors to Prince Edward Island will quickly fill their itineraries with things to do in Canada’s smallest province. From beaches and national parks to historic churches and the Anne of Green Gables House or lobster suppers, the attractions in PEI are endless. Here are just a few of the time-tested favorites for PEI visitors.<br /> Anne of Green Gables Attractions ...

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Vacationing in Colombia: Why Colombia is becoming the hottest travel destination

In a recent poll, popular online travel sites were asked to choose their recommendation for a travel destination in 2009. Of all the destinations recommended, Colombia appeared to be a popular choice, chosen by Frommers, the Lonely Planet, BootsnAll and Travelmuse. For most people, this may seem like an odd choice since Colombia has mostly been known for its cocaine ...

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Veterans Day Activities: Fun Family Ideas to Honor Veterans

Veterans Day, November 11 in the United States, is a time to honor veterans of United States conflicts. The following ideas offer educational, meaningful ways to honor veterans for the whole family.<br /> Veterans Day Activities at Home<br /> Celebrating Veteran’s Day at home is easy with some thoughtful ways to honor family members and friends who may be veterans.<br ...

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Important Disneyland Vacation Tips and Tricks: How to Get the Most out of A Trip to Disneyland in California

Disneyland in Anaheim, California can be a very fun place to visit, but the lines and crowds can also be frustrating. Some may get a bad first impression of the park because of these frustrations. However, the following five tricks learned from Disneyland expert amazedncal2 from the Disney site laughingplace.com can help people to have a fun, relaxing, and “magical” ...

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Vacations and Working Moms!

Planning (and often funding) a holiday or vacation can be difficult when you are a working mother. It can often seem easier to keep on working rather than attempt the task of organising a family holiday. Further challenges are often created when both parents are working and/or children are attending different schools. Planning a vacation may require you to think ...

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There’s the screaming, the whining, the sibling fighting and the rest stop requests right after a rest stop. When kids and parents are cranky while traveling, it can be a vicious cycle.<br /> Yes, there are lots of ways to keep the kids happy: stuff to do and entertainment, frequent stops if on the road, keeping healthy snacks on hand, ...

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Cycle Path in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park in Scotland

With a distance of around sixteen miles (27.5 km), cyclists and walkers can choose to do the complete journey from Balloch to Tarbet and they then have the option of returning by train from the railway station at either end. Some families prefer to spend only an hour or two cycling part of the way before returning.<br /> Whichever option ...

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