My Itchy Travel Feet | The Baby Boomer's Guide To Travel

An Active Afternoon in St Lucia: Mud, Chocolate and Sand

August 25, 2015
Sufriere Springs in St Lucia

Have you dreamed of traveling to the lovely Caribbean island of St Lucia? Active boomer travelers will find plenty to do. Today, My Itchy Travel Feet guest writer, Brette Sember, shows us how to have fun with mud, chocolate and sand on an active afternoon in St Lucia. Whether you come to St Lucia by […]

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News for the Week

August 22, 2015

From Donna: Nicole, My Itchy Travel Feet Assistant Editor, is on vacation until the end of August, lucky girl, so it’s just me clueing you in on our News for the Week.  Our hearts go out to residents of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana, who are dealing with forest fires. It’s been a tough fire […]

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Four Off-the-Beaten-Path Summer Trips

August 22, 2015
Rafting on the Salmon River in Idaho

Do you travel in summer? Alan and I usually avoid it, preferring the less-crowded shoulder seasons of spring and fall. But what if you don’t have a choice? Are you a boomer who’s still in the workforce? Or maybe you’d like to travel on a multigenerational trip when the grandkids are out of school. We […]

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Enter to Win a Wyndham Rio Mar Vacation in Puerto Rico

August 21, 2015

I’m writing this article as part of the Riddles in the Sand Margaritaville Vacation Club Sweepstakes campaign. Wouldn’t it be fun to experience your own Margaritaville a la Jimmy Buffet? Baby boomers certainly remember this refrain: “Nibbling on sponge cake, watching the sun bake, All of those tourists covered with oil, Strumming my six string, on […]

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News for the Week

August 15, 2015
nambia cruise excursion

From Donna: Nicole, My Itchy Travel Feet Assistant Editor, is on vacation until the end of August, lucky girl, so it’s just me clueing you in on our News for the Week.  With a redesign underway and plenty of articles to write and photos to edit from previous trips, Alan and I are toiling away in […]

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Visiting Machu Picchu in Luxurious Style

August 12, 2015
Tips for a luxury trip to Machu Picchu, Peru.

Do you have a boomer bucket list? Alan and I keep one. And a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Machu Picchu is very near the top of our “want to do’s.” Today, My Itchy Travel Feet guest writer, Debi Lander, of ByLanderSea, whets our appetite for visiting this remarkable site sooner rather […]

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News for the Week

August 8, 2015
Hike the short trail to Coolidge Ghost Town in Montana

From Donna: Welcome to our August theme: off-the-beaten-path travel. Alan and I especially enjoy exploring out of the way destinations and lesser known places in the world. And because we live in Montana, there’s plenty of opportunity without getting on a plane, boat or train. This summer as our backyard explorations continue, we’ll be sure […]

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Exploring Asheville’s Amazing Biltmore House

August 6, 2015
North Biltmore Facade

USA travel is filled with all types of beautiful, historic, and quirky landmarks, from the vibrant city of Boston to the world’s largest ball of twine in Cawker City, Kansas. However, there are few sites that truly breathe history like Asheville, North Carolina’s extraordinary Biltmore House. Today My Itchy Travel Feet contributor, Vera Marie Badertscher from […]

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Top Five Apps for Off the Beaten Path Travel

August 4, 2015
Moorea lagoon

Although most of us love to explore a city or destination with a set plan in mind, there’s always something incredibly enticing about forging your own path towards the unknown. After all, forgoing the well-traveled routes for off-the-beaten-path travel destinations is what exploration is all about, isn’t it? Although some may prefer to make travel […]

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News for the Week

August 1, 2015
Plaza Motta in Orta San Giulio

How’d your week go? Alan and I are enjoying summer in Montana. But, unfortunately, our Internet went out for half of the week. As we scrambled to find wifi connections, we were reminded of the importance of flexibility, whether that’s on the road or at home. The ability to regroup, while making the most of […]

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