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Five Funky Things To Do in the Florida Keys

June 25, 2015
Sunset in Key West, Florida

On a Florida Keys road trip, as a guest of The Florida Keys and Key West, I expected to indulge in tasty seafood, treat myself to key lime pie, appreciate early American history, go charter fishing and photograph numerous sunsets. While I found all of this and more, what I didn’t expect to find were the […]

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Exploring the French Medieval Village of Perouges

June 22, 2015
Perouges pancake

Simply put, France is a stunning country and exploring its profound history, diverse cuisine and incredible landscape makes for the perfect baby boomer adventure. Of course, for anyone planning a trip through France, exploring the picturesque countryside and off-the-beaten-path villages is a must. However, today’s guest writer Jan Ross, from Wanderlust Wonder, tells us how …

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Hiking to Lower Calf Creek Falls in Grand Staircase-Escalante

June 17, 2015
lower calf creek falls-9

Waterfall hikes are a treat in the rugged high desert of the American Southwest. On a visit to Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Alan and I discovered one of the best. The hike to Lower Calf Creek Falls is our favorite memory from a road trip along Scenic Byway 12, a designated All American Road at […]

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Learning to Blend Wine at Raffaldini Vineyards and Winery

June 11, 2015
Raffaldini Vineyards and Winery in Ronda, North Carolina

How are wines made? Would you like to learn how they are blended to create the perfect mix of acidity, tannin, sweetness, fruit and body? You can do that at Raffaldini Vineyards and Winery in Ronda, North Carolina. When Visit Winston-Salem introduced me to the culture, history and fine dining of the area, a wine […]

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Cuba Travel Tips

June 9, 2015
Cuban cars

It seems that the travel world has been chomping at the bit to get to Cuba ever since it was announced that some travel restrictions have been lifted. Indeed, the mystery of this previously off-the-beaten-path Caribbean island is incredibly intriguing. Thankfully, today’s guest writer Kay Dougherty, author of Blonde Brunette Travel, shares her first-hand …

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A Weekend in Charming Avignon

June 2, 2015
View of the Pont d'Avignon

Although Paris is clearly the undisputed star of French tourism, exploring the many French towns that are scattered throughout the country is a must for any true Francophile. Of course, even if you’re just a simple traveler looking for relaxing strolls and warm crossiants, French towns like Avignon are the place to go. Thankfully, today’s […]

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Breakfast at Snowberry Inn: Cream Eggs Recipe

May 29, 2015
Snowberry Inn Cream Eggs recipe

Alan and I appreciate a bed and breakfast that serves a hot breakfast. That’s why we build extra time into our boomer road trips for enjoying a leisurely morning meal. And that’s what we found at Snowberry Inn in Eden, Utah when Innkeeper Andrea served up her delicious cream eggs recipe. On a road trip to Utah, we […]

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Exploring Spain’s Forgotten Pueblo, Chinchón

May 28, 2015
Chinchon Plaza, Spain

As I’ve said many times before, Spain is a veritable treasure trove of travel options. The Iberian Peninsula has indeed been blessed with an incredibly diverse landscape, from its beautiful extensive coastline to the lush greenery found in the north and rugged plains to the south. And of course, like any country, Spain’s major tourist-filled […]

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Exploring NYC’s Fabulous Food Halls and the High Line

May 25, 2015
Le District La Fromagerie

Everyone knows that New York City has some of the most diverse culinary options in the world. However, with so many mouth-watering options at your disposal, trying to decide on where to go can be overwhelming. Today’s guest writer, Judy Freedman from A Boomers Life After 50, is here to point us to some of […]

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Exploring the White Pocket

May 21, 2015
White Pocket

If anything piques our travel radar, it’s exploring the many off-the beaten-path travel destinations located throughout our incredible National Park System. Today’s guest writer, Bill Haskamp, is here to tell us all about one of the most remarkable and isolated sites in Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, the White Pocket. By way of introduction, I’m an […]

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