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Family Travel by Bicycle

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 23 June 2017

Growing numbers of people take off each year for family travel by bicycle. Here’s what some family travel experts have to say about it.

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Family Travel in a (Tricky) New Travel Climate

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 16 March 2017

What are traveling families doing in today’s new travel climate of travel obstacles and overarching negativity that is making people stay home?

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Family Travel and River Cruising

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 17 February 2017

Family travel and river cruising are gaining in stature. More and more river cruise lines are offering special family-focused sailings and ships designed to meet the needs of vacationers of all ages and interests.

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Family Travel and Winter Experiences

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 23 January 2017

No matter what anyone might say, what truly underpins any parent’s love of family travel and winter is the laughter of a kid dashing through the snow.

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Buendía and the Route of the Faces: A Different Side of Spain

  • Anne Sewell
  • 3 October 2016

While these iconic destinations are indeed worth a visit, sometimes it pays to go off the beaten track and discover a different side of Spain, like the the Ruta de las Caras, or the Route of the Faces,” near Buendía.

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Family Travel and Vacation Rentals

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 9 June 2016

“Vacation rentals are exploding because family travel is exploding.” This comes as no surprise to anyone helping the new generation of traveling families. Here’s what the experts have to say about family travel and vacation rentals.

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Walkability and Journeying on Foot: An Interview with Jonathon Stalls

  • Cynthia Ord
  • 21 October 2013

Expert wayfarer Jonathon Stalls is on a mission that is anything but pedestrian. He advocates for civic and personal wellness through walking. From his home base in Denver, Colorado, he organizes community walks through his social enterprise, called Walk2Connect, and lobbies for more pedestrian-friendly urban planning. He calls for a return to the mode of travel for which we are built, challenging those around him to slow down and experience life at a pace of three miles an hour.

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Exploring Hidden Britain: Bringing Local Communities to Life

  • Nicole New
  • 7 October 2013

Deep within the depths of rural Britain, communities are stirring. Shabby but iconic telephone boxes are being reclaimed, shuttered shops are being repurposed and visitors welcomed in with open arms. And it all has to do with community tourism, a proven way to rehabilitate local infrastructure and bolster local economies.

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The Thermal Greenhouse Town of Hveragerði: Iceland’s Offbeat Hotbed

  • Cynthia Ord
  • 29 April 2013

The town of Hveragerði, Iceland, just 45 minutes outside the capital city of Reykjavik, was built over a volcanic magma chamber, capitalising on the abundance of steam and hot water rising from the ground. Here, superheated groundwater can reach temperatures of 392°F. Resourcefully, Hveragerði residents have put their thermal endowments to use in a number of creative ways.

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Photo of the Week: Carnival of Cultures, Pentecost in Berlin, Germany

  • Björn Awe
  • 7 March 2013

Every year around Pentecost (the end of the Easter season), Berlin celebrates its multiculturalism with a Carnival of Cultures! During a four-day street party (from May 17 to 20 in 2013), there’s a lively procession full of costumes, music and dance, and about 4,000 participants perform for more than 750,000 visitors.

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