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Old 05-22-2017, 01:33 AM   #1
 
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Where to go in World for Best Adventures Trip with my Family, Please share your view ?
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last year I visit Japan it is the best Adventures Trip with my Family
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Europe is easy to get around and in my opinion generally family friendly
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Yeah, I would have to say Europe is super family friendly. Pretty much everyone can understand English and there's so many different cultures you'll be exposed to within a short plane or train ride from one place to another.

Probably parts of Asia too, but haven't experienced it myself yet.
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Ok, Got It, Thanks for replying the valuable information.....
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