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TRAVELOCITY CELEBRATES 16 YEARS OF SUCCESS WITH 16 AMAZING HOTEL DEALS

It’s hard to believe, but it was 16 years ago this month, when Travelocity was launched as the first online travel company. To help celebrate its Sweet 16, Travelocity experts are giving a gift to its customers offering 16 fabulous hotel deals from now until March 31.

For the Sweet 16 sale, customers can book a Travelocity GoodBuy Hotel stay or Flight + Hotel vacation package and receive up to a $200 credit on a future trip. Travelers must book by March 31, 2012 and travel by May 31, 2012. Visit the Travelocity Sweet 16 Birthday Celebration deals page for full details on how to redeem the SWEET16 promo code.

Also, in honor of the celebration, Travelocity pulled together 16 special hotel deals saving customers up to 50 percent. 

12 Tips for Great Multigenerational Family Vacations

Multigenerational family vacations are growing increasingly popular, but planning for these events can be stressful. Please join us in welcoming Nancy Schretter from the Family Travel Network to The Window Seat.  She shares twelve family travel tips that can help make your next multigenerational family vacation the best ever.

1. Consider health, safety and personality issues. Plan a multigenerational vacation that will match the needs and interests of all ages rather than one designed solely to cater to the grandchildren. Be honest about the preferences and limitations of all participants and keep their activity, diet and health restrictions in mind.

The Valley of Mysteries…and Death

Please join us in welcoming Sheri Wallace to The Window Seat. She is the editor of Road Trips for Families.

Death Valley National Park is a land unto itself. An easy weekend road trip from much of California and the Southwest, it got its name without any fatalities, but the harsh and mysterious landscape is so impactful it’s not likely you will ever forget your trip to the park. Famous for the record high temperatures, Death Valley is not only the hottest place in North America, it’s also the lowest and driest.