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Find Lodging for the whole family ... Child Friendly lodging across North America - Kid Fun Vacations
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Traveling with kids may be easier than you think as long as you plan ahead. Check with the lodging bed and breakfast, hotel, dude ranch or resort about services and special they may have for children. Most Dude Ranches and Farm Vacations offer great programs for kids of all ages. Many hotels offer family value programs with amenities such as convenient meals, complimentary cookies, cribs, and baby sitting services. Rooms with kitchenettes are great for younger children and infants where you can store and prepare special foods just for them. Don't forget entertainments. Bring their favorite toy or stuffed animals, books, games, and videos. And best of all, take advantage of family friendly programs, specials and coupons.
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