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, women are planning trips with the most important women in their lives -- mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends, and all for the sake of girls-only bonding. Check out where they're going and how they're doing it.
"I'm going back and forth on the tour vs. independent option. You may remember, I'm the mom pushing 50 who is planning a trip with my 24-year-old daughter in February. Can I REALLY do it independently just as cheaply?" (more
"Our plan is to stay downtown and treat ourselves to some spa services and shop. Does anyone know of either a good day spa or a hotel spa in Toronto?" (more
"I visited Costa Rica with my 67-year-old mother last month. My mom actually did the ziplines! It had been her idea that we go, which surprised me because she's scared of heights. She was terrified when we first arrived, but we had a really terrific guide." (more
"My 22-year old wants to go with "old mom" on one last spring break (read I am paying for it!) before she graduates. I went to Greece over 33 years ago and due to major aging and two children I cannot remember much of the trip. So I am asking my dear Fodor friends to help me with designing the perfect trip." (more
"In addition to spending time in Sydney, I would head up north to Queensland and spend a couple of days in the Great Barrier Reef, provided all the girls coming like the sun and water activities." (more
"I live in California and figured out long ago that if I want to have NYC in my life I have to include the family...I have groomed my girls to love NY the way I do...I am looking into theater tickets for Friday night." (more
"For a longer vacation or with kids, I'd choose Playa, it is more appealing overall. But for what you are doing - a quick girls getaway - I'd want to maximize leisure time and you will find what you want in Cancun." (more
Have you taken a girls-only trip? Jump onto this thread to share your experiences and suggestions:
The Perfect Mother-Daughter Trip
Ready to start planning your own trip? Here are a few tips to consider:The Ground Rules for Traveling with Family and Friends From the Wire: Have Friends, Will Travel