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Lisa asks…

What dude ranch should my family go to?

We’re a family of 6, 5 kids ranging in age 17-27. We want a legit experience, staying in a cabin, riding horses, hiking, etc. It really doesn’t have to be fancy, we just need a reasonable price. Or if you know of a reasonably priced allinclusive resort in the caribbean or Mexico?

Tijuana answers:

Hi! My name is Kim and I work for The Dude Ranchers’ Association. We represent over 100 ranches in 12 states and Canada. The ranches in The Dude Ranchers’ Association have gone through a rigorous 2-year inspection process to become members. This inspection process insures the ranch offers a quality vacation to it’s guests. We have a great web site at www.duderanch.org where you can get more detailed information on each of our members.

I would be happy to discuss various options with you and send you a brochure. Please feel free to call me or Colleen at 866-399-2339. We look forward to hearing from you!

Laura asks…

Best All inclusive travel place with baby?

We are looking for input for a good Carribean/Mexico (or anywhere) Allinclusive resort that people enjoyed that has a baby club and kids club for our 6mt old and 3 yr old. I would like a comfortable bed, a resonably priced resort that caters to families. Anyone recommend some good hotels or allinclusive family vacations suitable for a baby to join in?

Tijuana answers:

Hi ,Here are the some options which may suit you.

“Royal Resorts” in cancun. IF you don’t mind getting a free lunch/dinner at the resort while they try to sell you a condo for a week, it’s a great deal. They have a large living room/dining room
full kitchen with refrig, stove, dishwasher, dishes and all the other goodies you may need, large bedroom and the living room has two beds that drop down from the wall. Window overlook the gulf and is really beautiful at sunset. They have a store on at the resort that isn’t too bad but for about $.50 (US) you can go to the grocery store in town and get some food to save on meals if you like. They have activities for the kids like painting trinkets, exercise in the pool with one of their workers, beach volleyball, and my kids even had a chance to release baby turtles back into the water. The staff retrived the eggs laid on the beach by the turtles (which we also saw on several occasions)and let the babys stay in a protected area till they were able to go on their own then the kids were allowed to release them early in the evening.
Price was right too. About $1200 for the week which included the condo, transportation to & from the airport, and the services of the assigned worker/salesman while you are there. They WERE NOT hard to deal with… We listened to their sales pitch, took the free t-shirts, free wine & cheese party, two free massages and the suggestions of the salesman as to activities, then told them we were NOT interested in buying anything and that was the end of it.

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Barcelo Karmina Palace

This is one of the other resorts very friendly for kids
check the reviews of the travelers at:-

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g150791-d155105-Reviews-Barcelo_Karmina_Palace-Manzanillo_Pacific_Coast.html
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Azul_Hotel_Beach_Resort:-

Another kid friendly resort for you

Check out reviews at :-
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g240327-d487735-Reviews-Azul_Hotel_Beach_Resort-Puerto_Morelos_Yucatan_Peninsula.html

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Riu_ClubHotel_Tequila

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g150812-d219166-Reviews-Riu_ClubHotel_Tequila-Playa_del_Carmen_Yucatan_Peninsula.html
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you may wish to look at other sites too, here is the list of other resort website

2)What: Beaches Resorts (www.beaches.com)
Where: Four Caribbean locations
Why: Because this chain of kid-friendly all-inclusive resorts (see WeJustGotBack.com’s review of Beaches Boscobel) is heaven for the preschool set, thanks to its partnership with Sesame Street, a super daycamp, and terrific waterplay areas. Through November 30, the Wonderfall season delivers a line-up of special events, including live stage shows with Elmo, Gordon, and Abby Cadabby. Best reason to book: You can save up to 65% on stays of at least three nights.

What: Nickelodeon Family Suites (www.nickhotel.com)
Where: Orlando, FL
Why: Because the hugely popular Nick Hotel (see WJGB’s review) knows how to lay out the orange-and-lime green carpet for preschoolers, from Nick-themed arts and crafts and scavenger hunts to character parties with Pablo from The Backyardigans, Dora the Explorer, and other beloved stars. The Free-for-Fall package delivers your third night free on a two-bedroom kids’ suite, plus you get a $50 resort credit to use for food and entertainment. The deal is good through December 23. Mention promo code “Freefall” when booking.

What: Winnetu Oceanside Resort (www.winnetu.com)
Where: Martha’s Vineyard, MA
Why: Because this exceptionally kid-friendly resort (see WJGB’s review) is at its most divine when crowds are gone but the ocean water is still warm. Rates dip after Labor Day (and plummet a week later), letting families save more than 50% on a seven-night stay. A great list of complimentary perks makes this resort a stand-out. For starters: Free pee-wee tennis clinics, help-yourself bike rentals, fitness and yoga classes, and a parent-and-toddler activity program.

What: Atlantis (www.atlantis.com)
Where: Paradise Island, Bahamas
Why: Because this extraordinary mega resort is offering a super fall special, with three-night/four-day getaways starting at just $299. There’s also nothing not to like about the supercool Aqua Tots fishfeeding program for kids 3 to 5.

What: Smugglers’ Notch (www.smuggs.com)
Where: Jeffersonville, VT
Why: Because this award-winning family ski resort (see WJGB’s winter review) offers fantastic active vacations year-round. From September 7 to October 12, the “Fall AutumnFest” package allows families with small children to get in a good mix of family time and adults-only time, thanks to an exceptional children’s program (infants through 5-year-olds), a nice roster of adults-only hikes and walks, and many family-together activities. Pay for three nights and get the fourth for free.

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Robert asks…

I booked a trip for my husband, myself and two kids to Cancun.?

Now, every day I am hearing “travel advisories” about Mexico and the ongoing drug violence. I was so excited about this trip which is completely paid for but now I am in a panic. I don’t want to subject my family to any violence or bad situations such as drugs, guns or kidnappings. What are the chances of something happening? We are planning to stay mostly at our all inclusive resort but I would like to go see Tulum, Xcaret and maybe Chitzn Itza. Please help me.

Tijuana answers:

I am an American expat living here,and the American consulate has not yet sent us any travel advisories. Some of the reports of drug related violence in and near Cancun are true.
Please get out of that all inclusive and see the beauty of the people and the jungles around you. Take that day trip to Chitzen Itza , visit beautiful Tulum, take the kids to Xcaret and Xhel Ha. You should also visit Coba ruins near Tulum and the Cenotes of Hidden Worlds, they have the best zip line sky bike in the world, it is the only one also. Nothing like it .You pedal on an ariel line thru the jungle canopy and thru underground tunnels filled with spring water that is crystal clear.
I would be more worried about the boring awful food at the all inclusive than getting involved in a drug related incident.

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