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Monday, June 25, 2007
CALL IN SICK
History comes alive in Virginia's "Historic Triangle," making for an educational (but fun!) long weekend.
Which ships on which cruise lines will be the best fit for your kid? Read our picks for infants and toddlers—plus children ages 3 to 7, 8 to 11, and 12 to 17.
THE REAL DEALS
Ten hotel packages that both kids and parents can enjoy, whether the activities include sailing on the Chesapeake, hiking in Colorado, exploring the Space Center in Orlando, or attending a Harry Potter book party.
why it's a deal
Book now and save on a weeklong wintertime Caribbean cruise, with meals and stops including St. Thomas and Nassau, from $299.
why it's a deal
FAMILY TRAVEL HANDBOOK
Hidden treasure isn't just for pirates. Instead of a secret map on which X marks the spot, participants in the high-tech game of geocaching use the Internet and GPS devices to track down more than 350,000 caches, or prizes, around the world.
As technology at roller-coaster parks has leapt forward in recent years, so has the complexity of the thrills at water parks. A slip-and-slide fanatic names his favorites H20-filled playgrounds.
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
"Last summer I attended the World Wife-Carrying Championships in Sonkajarvi, Finland. Participants came from all over the world to hoist women up on their shoulders—in the most hilarious holds—to compete for the honor of first place and their wife's weight in beer."
Wayne Bernhardson, who wrote the guidebook Moon Chile
, will answer your questions about Chile tomorrow at noon (ET).
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