Southeastern Connecticut Shore – for the whole family’s vacation

A great vacation spot for the whole family, especially when some members have mobility problems or other special needs. The towns along the Long Island shore in southeastern Connecticut offer activities for all including boating and beaches, parks and theaters, all sorts of restaurants, world-class casinos, and some of the best lobsters and ice cream in the world.

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Spring skiing in “the Bush” – Sugarbush, VT

Soon, the sap will run in the sugarbushes across Vermont. Right now, skiers are running to Sugarbush Mountain in Warren, Vermont for some of the best spring skiing anywhere. Most slopes face north so the base holds on longer. At the same time, the pubs and eateries are serving delicious food and drink on sun-soaked patios. Sugarbush has slopes for all skills, as well as apres-ski activities to please the whole family.

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Leunig’s Old World Charm in Burlington, VT

Place a WWII French café, reeking in atmosphere, on Church Street. Add an inspired menu from local farm products, all cooked to perfection, friendly waitstaff, and faint fitting music in the background. You have just recreated Leunig’s in Burlington, Vermont.

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Florida: coast by coast V – Tarpon Springs 2

Tarpon Springs attracted settlers in the 1880s because of its mineral springs, nearness to the Gulf of Mexico, supply of lumber, orange groves and sponge beds. The immigration of Greek sponge divers gave the city its colorful, festive atmosphere that draws people here today.

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Customize your GPS before leaving home

GPS can be your best friend or your worst enemy – all depending on how you program it. Here are the tips to working WITH it, not against it.

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Travel gift of 4Gs in a thumbnail

A mini 4G memory stick for travel. The size of a thumbnail, it gives you all your vital information: medical records, photos, videos, financial data – everything you wish you could carry with you.

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