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Ten Things You Should Know Before Planning a Cruise with Kids

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Melinda Crow

Melinda Crow is the author of four Falcon Guides, including the newest editions of Camping New Mexico and Camping Colorado. Daughter Alyssa traveled with Crow and photographer husband Gary from the age of 3 months. Together they covered more than 30 states and 25 countries, traveling by plane, train, car, and cruise ship.  Crow’s writing, primarily about soft adventure and culinary travel, has appeared in regional and national magazines and online on Travel Pulse, Yahoo Travel, The New York Post, Fox News, and her own website,FirstRead.me. Follow her on Twitter: @MelindaCrow and on Facebook:Melinda Crow Writes.
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Planning a family cruise vacation can seem daunting, especially if you haven’t cruised before. Travel agents who specialize in cruises can be a trusted resource, but even if you have assistance from a professional, there are things you should know before you book that first cruise with kids. 1. You may or may not need … Continue reading Ten Things You Should Know Before Planning a Cruise with Kids

The 411 on Juneau with Kids

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Kristi Marcelle

Originally from Wisconsin, Kristi Marcelle found her passion for travel after studying and volunteering in Quito, Ecuador for two years.She now calls the San Francisco Bay Area home and, with her husband and school-aged kids in tow, seeks out adventure and cultural experiences around the world. Find Kristi on Twitter: @kristimarcelle and Google+: Kristi Marcelle.
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Are you dreaming of an Alaska cruise? There’s a reason that an Inside Passage cruise in Southeast Alaska is on so many bucket lists. The wildlife and wilderness inspire wonder in all ages, and Juneau is a popular stop on the summer cruise ship route. The only landlocked U.S. capital sits at the end of … Continue reading The 411 on Juneau with Kids