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Discover a Relaxing Bed and Breakfast in the Heart of Santa Fe

November 1, 2014
El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn

On a visit to Santa Fe, New Mexico, boomers will find plenty of places to stay. From the luxurious Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado to the historic Santa Fe Hotel, accommodations cover every taste and pocketbook. But if you’re looking for a bed and breakfast within walking distance of downtown Santa Fe, Alan and I recommend […]

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Five Best Apps for Southwestern Travel

March 4, 2014
Mesa Arch Canyonlands

Spring is right around the corner and if you’re like me, you’ve been counting the long days of winter until its arrival. Like most, I always look forward to springtime because it means a wide variety of active travel options. While some people love winter weather travel, I’ll always prefer to travel during long, springtime […]

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Saturday’s scene: off-the-beaten-path in Utah

March 1, 2013
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Updated 03.01.2014 Would you like to travel off-the-beaten-path in Utah? If you’ve hung around My Itchy Travel Feet for very long, you know that Alan and I enjoy nothing better than to take the road less traveled. That’s exactly what we found off of Highway 163 near Mexican Hat in southeastern Utah. I bet you thought […]

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Go back to school at The Broadmoor’s Barbecue University

February 7, 2013
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Do you like to mix cooking with luxury travel? Barbecue University might be just the ticket for upgrading your barbecue skills. Steve Collins of Santa Fe Traveler attended and is here to tell us why we should go, too. Looking for a great getaway? Boomer barbecue fans can combine cooking and luxury at Barbecue University. […]

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Saturday’s scene: Nature’s splendor in Upper Antelope Canyon

November 3, 2012
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On my visit to Upper Antelope Canyon, I felt as if I was entering nature’s cathedral. The scene was just as grand as any European cathedral except nature has created this masterpiece rather than a famous architect of days gone by. Sandstone walls arch above in a majestic display of texture and color. Light slips into […]

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Five Fun, Funky and Accessible Road Trip Stops

July 19, 2012
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Is hopping in the car for a road trip your idea of boomer travel? There’s nothing that Alan and I like better. And, finding unique stops along the way is an added bonus. In today’s guest post, Candy Harrington writes about five funky road trip stops that are also accessible, which means you can include […]

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Dining outdoors at Tohono Chul Tea Room

May 15, 2012
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Updated 01.15.2013 Are you a fan of eating breakfast outdoors—especially on a trip? There’s something decadent about lazing over a cup of coffee after a delicious meal while nature provides the entertainment. Here’s an insider’s tip:  if you’re boomertravel plans include Tucson, Arizona, save a morning for breakfast at Tohono Chul Tea Room (January 16, 2013: […]

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Soaking it in at Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs and Spa

May 3, 2012
Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs and Spa

Updated: 11.01.2014 Hot springs and New Mexico—are those two items on your boomer travel list? In today’s guest post, Billie Frank of The Santa Fe Traveler introduces us to Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs and Spa. The good news for boomers is that 60 is the new 40 and 70 is the new 60. Most of […]

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Saturday’s scene: standing tall in Tucson

March 31, 2012
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Alan captured this saguaro scene on a backyard hike in Tucson. That’s right, the outer reaches of Saguaro National Park West are about a 10-minute walk from our front door. Until our move to Tucson, I didn’t appreciate these stately giants. In fact, I didn’t like them at all. But after living in the Old […]

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Historical Walking Tour of Santa Fe

March 22, 2012
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Updated: 11.01.2014 Are you a boomer traveler who enjoys learning about history on a walking tour? Lace up your tennis shoes. In today’s guest post, Juliet White of The Lost Backpack takes us on a one-mile, historical walking tour of Santa Fe. Santa Fe has been around for more than four hundred years, making it […]

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