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Travel Through Time on England’s Jurassic Coast

By Jan Schroder The phrase “take a step back in time” may be overused, but there’s nowhere on the planet where it rings truer than on the Jurassic Coast of England. Visitors can step back 185 million years on this 95-mile-long coastline in southern England. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the coast runs from Exmouth […]

Girls Getaways with European Waterways

Family life can be challenging, and sometimes a getaway with girlfriends — whether it’s your mom, your daughter or just a group of like-minded BFFs looking to escape the responsibilities of home for just a little while — is the perfect antidote. This year, European Waterways introduces a Girls Getaway hotel barge charter option that bundles […]

See Vietnam on Two Wheels

South Vietnam’s intricate canal system, weaving in and out of lush green forests, lined with beaches and rustic beauty, sets the scene for an unforgettable family vacation. See the diverse landscape with a guided tour on your next trip. Mekong Delta, known for its interwoven water system often called the River of Nine Dragons, may […]

History Tours for Kids in the Southeast United States

Traveling with the kids can be a lot of fun and when there is a chance they will learn a little something without even realizing it? Well, that is just a bonus! Here we take a look at some history tours in the southeast United States your kids will enjoy, too. Early American History A […]

Love in Bloom: Southern Spring Getaways for Couples

No season is more romantic than spring, with its first splashes of color as trees and spring bulbs burst into bloom. It’s a perfect season for couples to get away for a little “us” time, just as tulips, daffodils and flowering trees begin to paint the scenery. Here are some of our favorite gardens and […]

“Green” Lighting a Moving Road Trip through the South

Before the Civil Rights movement in the mid-20th century, the African American middle class was growing and many families were able to purchase automobiles and plan vacations. However, Jim Crow laws were still in force in many parts of the country, and black travelers, including famed athletes, actors and businessmen, could face denial of access to […]