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Graceland Sign

Baby Boomer Guide to Graceland in Memphis, TN

Graceland Sign

Within America’s vast wealth of national treasures, Graceland stands out as a timeless icon of rock and roll. Sure, Memphis, Tennessee has a lot of things to see and do, but those in the know head straight to Elvis country. Of course, to really experience this amazing piece of  national history in all of its […]

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News for the Week

a road passing through large mountainside

Welcome to this edition of News for the Week—a look at boomer travel ideas, news and deals. From Donna: Want to know a behind-the-scenes secret? I’m working on a total redesign of My Itchy Travel Feet. It probably won’t be complete until sometime in January, but you’re going to love this colorful, energetic take on […]

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Where to go at Christmas

Let Someone Else Do the Decorating and the Cooking: Festive Travel for the Holiday Season

Where to go at Christmas

Cummins is sponsoring this look at where to travel during the holidays. Are you thinking about taking a special trip during the holidays? Alan and I often look for a fun place to go. Sometimes I’m not in the mood for all the decorating and cooking. And then there are those times when it’s just […]

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The Parthenon in Greece

Tips for Visiting Greece by Land

The Parthenon in Greece

Greece is an incredibly popular tourist destination, especially for cruisers. But, there really is so much more to this ancient country than its idyllic islands, which of course, can be best explored on a Greek Island Cruise Adventure. Visiting Greece by land really is a wonderful way to get some insight into the country’s incredible […]

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Arlene Davis

Travel Tips for Boomer Women Traveling Solo

Arlene Davis

Arlene Davis is a 74-year-old world traveler who took her first trip overseas at the age of 65, where she was clearly hit by the travel bug. These days she loves to explore alone, and has picked up quite a few savvy rules of the road along the way. Today, she’s sharing her best travel […]

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Gingerbread decorating hanging from a building

News for the Week

Gingerbread decorating hanging from a building

Welcome to this edition of News for the Week—a look at boomer travel ideas, news and deals. From Donna: Welcome to the last day of November. Can you believe it? And you can breathe a big sigh of relief because I’m mostly done sharing gift guides, Black Friday deals and showing you other buying opportunities. […]

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Door County, Wisconsin

Unexpected Boomer Adventures in Door County, Wisconsin

Door County, Wisconsin

Are you looking for incredible, but off-the-beaten-path travel ideas for the upcoming year? Well, we’ve got a destination that may be a bit of a surprise for you: Door County, Wisconsin. Maybe there’s not an abundance of travel articles highlighting this beautiful area of Wisconsin, but there should be! My Itchy Travel Feet featured contributor […]

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Sydney Opera House

News for the Week

Sydney Opera House

Welcome to this edition of News for the Week—a look at boomer travel ideas, news and deals. From Donna: Medical technology is fabulous! I had my second cataract surgery this week. So far, I don’t need glasses at all. Yay! And now you know why my message to you this week is short but sweet. […]

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frozen tundra landscape

Iceland Travel Tips for Adventurous Boomers

frozen tundra landscape

Years back, traveling to Iceland may have seen like traveling to another world. But in today’s ultra-connected world, Iceland is becoming one of the planet’s hottest cold-weather travel destinations. With rolling green hills, frozen glaciers, wild horses, spectacular waterfalls, and whatever else you could imagine in a fairy tale setting, this country is simply magical. […]

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