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Readers of WeJustGotBack.com reveal their tried-and-true tips on making museums, zoos, and other brainy pursuits fun for kids of all ages.
With Easter just around the corner, kid-friendly resorts are rolling back prices and adding bunny-themed events for the holiday weekend.
Join one of these literary tours to discover how classic landscapes helped shape the stories you and your family know and love.
The advice you need to plan a trip the whole family can enjoy -- and remember for a lifetime.
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From fivegirls: "We're doing a family vacation for 2011. There are 25 of us that range in age from 13 to 1 years old and all ages in between! We're thinking a cruise or a kid-friendly all-inclusive."
From sverma: "We are from Melbourne and are going to be in California for three weeks. My wife has to attend a conference in San Diego while my 10-year-old son and I will be tourists. What do we boys do while we are on our own?
From TanyaGT: "We are considering a trip to the BVIs with our two children, currently aged 8 and 5. Given their ages, would a chartered yacht with a captain be appropriate for our family?"
From pina71: "My husband, 11-year-old son, and I will be in Cape Cod in July for a seven-day vacation. We also want to go to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Are the islands easy to visit without a car? Should we book tours to each island?"
From AM from San Diego: "My husband and I will be taking my 3-year-old to Disneyland for two days. We are driving up from San Diego. What else should we see that's within a short drive?"

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