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    Family Trip to Disney World: 5 Tips From a Visit With My 85-Year-Old Grandmother

    My grandmother, who we call Meme, is no stranger to travel—she visited all seven continents with my late grandfather, bringing back souvenir gifts from Australia, Egypt, and beyond and inspired my own travels. For her milestone 85th birthday this year, my cousins and I asked what she wanted to do to mark the occasion. I couldn’t have been more surprised with her response: “Disney World.” Our family trip to Disney World, her first time back in at least a decade, was planned for March. My grandmother was fully vaccinated but vaccines hadn’t yet been rolled out to our age group,  

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    Camping expert’s tips for a winter under canvas – ‘eat, drink and be merry’ | Travel News | Travel

    Camping may be a popular summer holiday option, but it’s not at the top of the list for most over the winter holidays. While some camping sites are open year round, the prospect of the cold and wet may stop Britons from even considering winter camping. On social media, when one user asked fellow campers who else was camping this Christmas, he was inundated by replies. While Joan Griffin was not camping this Christmas, she said: “We camped over Christmas a few years ago in a tent as we don’t use EHU. I brought a tiny real tree in a  

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    4 tips on taking a golf trip with kids

    By: Josh Berhow November 20, 2021 Bringing your kids and your clubs? Here’s how to make it work. Getty Images Welcome to GOLF’s Travel Mailbag, a series in which members of our staff field your course- and travel-related queries. Have a question for a future mailbag? Tweet us at @golf_com. How do you make a golf trip work with kids? [email protected] via Instagram A golf trip? Great! A golf trip with kids? Now that’s a little different! But that doesn’t mean it has to be any less fun than hanging out with your buddies — if nothing else it will  

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    11+ Tips For The Best Travel or Move With Your Pets

    When getting ready to move or travel with your dog, preparation well in advance is the key to success. (ROBERTO GONZALEZ) When pet owners consider a move or a vacation, one of their first considerations is their animal friends. Owners want to shield their beloved family members from excessive stress while not wanting to be separated from them. But experts tell us most pets are more portable than we may think. When people think of pets, cats and dogs are usually the first to come to mind. But exotic mammals such as ferrets and hedgehogs, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish  

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  • Camping Holiday

    Camping UK: ‘Really important’ tips for camping holiday this summer | Travel News | Travel

    2021 is quickly becoming the year of the staycation and many Britons are packing up their tents, sleeping bags and roll mats to explore their backyard. Heading out on a camping staycation can be exciting, but the holiday feeling shouldn’t stop hopeful campers from making sure they have the right gear. All important for a good night sleep in the great outdoors, a sleeping bag is a must on every camping trip. But how do campers choose the right one? David Scotland, owner of family-run camping equipment retailer Outdoor World Direct, has some tips to help holidaymakers make the right  

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    Tips for Your Next Family Road Trip, by Travel Writers

    By Margot Black More people are taking road trips than ever before, despite the fact that bundling your family into a car and driving for hours on end might sound more like your worst nightmare than a fun vacation. I’m living proof that it can be fabulous — but you have to approach the idea intelligently. The beauty of a family road trip is that you can be the master of your own destiny. Driving is easy and often cheap in comparison to airline tickets, and it can give you a lovely sense of freedom. But not with the kids  

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