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FAMILY TRAVEL: Are you a globetrotter?

By Jackie Burrell
Sunday, December 16th, 2007 at 3:53 pm in Family Travel.

20071129 Denver trip For the last several months, we’ve been gleaning family travel tips from the real experts – families. We’ve trekked to Paris with babies, London with teens, and checked out locations from Cancun to Colonial Williamsburg, Vancouver and more. We’ve gotten the lowdown on great family-friendly hotels, fun places to eat and cool sightseeing options in the Big Apple from a theater-going family and a passel of baseball fans. And every entry has been loaded with wonderful tips, loads of links and all sorts of helpful hints on where to find diapers in the 12th arrondissement or how to book an impossible touch-the-stones tour of Stonehenge.

Now it’s your turn. If you’ve been somewhere wonderful with your family, we’d love to hear about it. E-mail us and share your best finds – the best gelato in Rome, nicest hotel in Santa Fe or ET museum in Roswell. Europe, Asia, stateside – we want to know what floated your boat. Send us a jpeg of your family and the highlights of your trip (hotel, restaurant and cool sightseeing options), and we’ll exchange it for a little dash of fame, via the Times’ travel section and this blog – plus we’ve got some fun family travel-related prizes to give out. Need family travel tips for a specific location? Click comments and post your questions there.

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