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Tag: Cape Cod

North America
Jul 1, 2019

New England’s Best Beach Towns

Whether your family likes the lively honky-tonk vibe of an old-fashioned beach resort or the quieter surroundings of a dune-backed shore, you’ll find it in New England.

Culinary Artistry

By Hainan Airlines

Destinations / North America
Jun 27, 2019

Cape Cod with Young Children

With more than 400 miles of coastline, much of it white-sand beaches, Cape Cod is New England’s favorite summer playground. It’s a natural for families with young children who can build sand castles, collect shells and safely play in the warmer waters of the north shore. Some of the more protected Atlantic beaches are also good for kids, and the Atlantic provides other diversions as well — boat rides to visit seals, and tales of pirate treasure.

Listicles
Apr 8, 2019

9 LGBTQ+-Friendly Family Destinations

One of the first things someone will report back after a vacation is the warmth with which they were welcomed into the foreign environment. You’ll often hear, “Oh, the people are so nice!” “Everyone was so friendly!” It does make a huge difference in the quality of your visit when you feel welcome and appreciated. Here are some standout cities (in alphabetical order) that top LGBTQ+ travel experts identified as favorites for the unforgettable, warm visit everyone experiences.

Wherever Awards 2019

By Whereverfamily.com, the trusted travel source for the modern family, announces the winners of the Wherever Awards.

Budget
Nov 22, 2018

Cape Crusade: Fall for Lark Hotels’ New Coonammessett

Anyone who’s tried to go “down the Cape” in summer knows the real danger isn’t sunburn or jellyfish — it’s being stuck in traffic on the Bourne Bridge. So why not trade in the changing of the tide for changing of the seasons and make a go of it in autumn, when a road trip features a rainbow of ochre, ruby and amber hues, along with a chance to decompress with fewer folks angling for a spot on the sand?