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6 Unique Vacations Perfect For Empty-Nesters

We’re guessing that over the years, your family vacations have included plenty of theme parks, petting zoos and all-inclusive resorts. And your kids probably had the time of their lives on these getaways. But now that they’ve grown up and left the nest, it’s the perfect time to embark on the kind of travel you really want to do. You know, the kind that includes a little less guy-in-mouse-costume and a little more sophisticated adventure.
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