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Planning a Girls Trip for Baby Boomer Women

Are you thinking about planning a girls trip with some of your boomer gal pals? Did you reconnect over the holidays and vow to spend more time together on a boomer girls getaway? You’re in luck because Julie Diebolt Price from JDP Travels is here with just the tips you need to make it happen. […]

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Planning a Boomer Adventure cruising through the Greek Islands

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Cruising the Greek islands is an incredibly popular activity for travelers of all ages. And of course, there’s good reason for that. The Greek islands are not only scenic, but also boast an immense history that goes back millennia. Did you know that there are more than 6,000 islands surrounding Greece? Recently, guest contributor, Phyllis […]

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Go off the beaten path on Star Island

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It’s always a good idea to have a travel bucket list with a nice mix of popular travel destinations and way off-the-beaten-path locations. Of course, when we say off-the-beaten-path we don’t necessarily mean hiking through a dense jungle on the edge of the world. In fact, today, we’re going to explore an incredible chain of […]

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Angkor Wat

Tips on Visiting Angkor Wat in the Rainy Season

Angkor Wat

As the seventh wonder of the world, Angkor Wat is an incredibly popular, but still off-the-beaten-path destination in Cambodia. Originally constructed as a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu for the Khmer Empire, this site has somehow managed to withstand the test of time. Visitors from around the world come to see the ancient […]

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Exploring The Elms Hotel in Excelsior Springs

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Let’s face it – trying to find accommodations while on the road is one of the most frustrating things about travel. Do you want luxury, charm, history, location, or all of the above? It’s hard to find one hotel that has everything you need for a comfortable stay, but in some cases, you find a […]

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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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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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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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Iceland Travel Tips for Adventurous Boomers

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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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