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Travel destination for toddler and a school age child... Semi-adventurous?

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We have two children aged 2 and 6, both girls. We live in eastern Canada, and we are looking for a neat travel destination for spring. I am interested in something that would satisfy all of us, and it gets a bit tricky because our children are kind of far apart in age and have different interests. We are not really the all-inclusive/cruise kind of people (not that there's anything wrong with that!), and although we have done Disney with the older child, not wanting to go there this time (at least I am hoping to avoid it). Did I mention the grandparents might tag along?

Was thinking a huge range of places (Florida Keys, Costa Rica, even Europe). But I am interested in seeing what the Fodorites think. I'd like a place that is generally 'safe' in terms of vaccinations and getting around but somewhere a little tiny bit different.


Thanks very much!

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