I recently was browsing Facebook and saw a friend taking her daughter to Disney World in Florida. I believe she is about 5 years old, and it made me reminisce about my childhood family vacations and the wonderful memories made with my mom; dad; and brother, Allan. Today’s travel landscape has shifted so much for family travel, multigenerational travel and group/friend travel. Growing up, most of my friends’ families had places of interest they would frequent annually, such as the Jersey Shore, Maryland beaches or even the Caribbean. My family liked to mix it up depending on our age; interests; and my parents’ desire to expose us to various cultures, history and natural wonders domestically and internationally.
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I am in the midst of finalizing plans for a trip with my mom in April. We will cruise the Western Mediterranean, including stops in Italy, Spain and France. It will be such a treat to spend time with her and make more memories together. I am curious and would love to hear from our readership: Where is your next family or group vacation? Do you have a destination you always visit? Please share some feedback in the comments below; it would be great to hear what destinations are of interest to you!
— Stephanie Makowski, account executive
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