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Big Cities, Little Kids- Weekly Digest-11/1/13

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Big City, Little Kids

Friday November 1, 2013

Big cities around the US and Canada are chock full of great attractions for little travelers. Enjoy these great cities with your baby, toddler, preschooler, and little kid! 

Best Attractions for Little Kids in Big Cities

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Top Treks – Lodging & Destinations – the BEST for 2014

Don’t get stuck going to the same location for the annual family vacation. Trekaroo has picked our favorite lodging and destinations with options to fit every budget and travel style. Here is where we think your family should be staying in 2014.

We’ve picked the best!

Top Treks Lodging- Trekaroo’s Top Picks for Where Your Family Should be Staying in 2014

Top Treks Destinations- Trekaroo’s Top Picks for Where Your Family Should Be Heading in 2014

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Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site

how much does it cost?“ – jhowell0387

Can someone tell me the cost and if you are allowed to take dogs? I have some clients needing photos taken. They need a country setting and have two dogs?

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Special Picks

Our favorite reviews for this week

  • California: 

    Stu Miller’s Pumpkin Patch

    says, “I drive past this place everyday to take my kids to school. Every October, Stu Miller’s pumpkin patch, AKA Seasonal Adventures on the corner. Looks fun, exciting, lots of activites for the lil ones…

  • North Carolina: 

    Oconaluftee Indian Village

    says, “Oconaluftee Indian Village offers a unique look back in time at the traditional culture, craftsmanship, homes, and beliefs of the Cherokee people. We visited in October with our eight-year-old and…





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