Fall is a great time to rev up your motorcycle for some fun leaf-peeping adventures. And there’s no better place to see fall foliage than in the Northeastern U.S. Guest writer and motorcycle enthusiast, Laura Knight from Motor Manner, is here with a detailed itinerary for a fall motorcycle leaf peeping trip in the Adirondacks. […]
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 […]
We’re always on the lookout for a good off-the-beaten-path area to explore and New York’s Adirondacks has quite a few options for anyone looking for active boomer adventures. Thankfully, guest writer, Brette Sember, is well-versed in the ways of upper state New York and is here to show us all the best way to take […]
Although New York City is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the US, there is actually way more to the state than just the Big Apple. Some of our favorite areas to explore away from the city include the Finger Lakes and Adirondacks regions. Guest writer, Brette Sember from Travel Shopper Expert, takes […]
I’m a baby boomer who likes to walk. Are you? When I visit New York City, I could walk all day soaking up the Big Apple’s energetic vibe. Last year when I attended TBEX, walking through Greenwich Village on the way to my lodging in Chelsea was a delight, although mighty hot. In today’s guest […]
Are you a baby boomer who enjoys traveling by kayak? Alan and I had our first kayaking experience while sailing last fall on a combination American Safari and InnerSea Discoveries cruise. We enjoyed kayaking enough to want to try it again. In today’s guest post, Robert Pirozzi of Travel New England, offers up kayaking ideas […]
Greenwich Village isn’t really a secret. It can’t even be called an off-the-beaten-path area of New York City. But on a visit to Manhattan, baby boomer travelers will find tree-lined streets, a secret garden and respite from the chaos of Times Square. At least that’s what this boomer discovered on a summer visit to the […]
Are you a baby boomer traveler who’s explored the cities of Europe by hop-on hop-off bus? I’ll admit that I was a newbie to this type of touring until earlier this month. While attending the Travel Blog Exchange conference in New York City, CitySights NY offered press passes for the Shop, Hop and Top (4-day […]
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