Thursday, May 21, 2009
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These hotel packages are loaded with family-friendly perks like passes for zoos and national parks, horseback-riding excursions, discounted golf, and poolside movie screenings, from $105.
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Explore Portugal's lovely capital which overlooks the Atlantic, and then travel north by train to Porto, in the heart of the Douro River region. Round-trip airfare, six nights' accommodations, breakfast daily, and hotel taxes are included, from $688. why it's a deal
These two seven-night cruises sail along the Inside Passage and include round-trip airfare, meals, and entertainment—one also covers a hotel stay in Seattle. Rates start at $899.
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