Getting ready for an Oregon road trip

Here We go Again on an Oregon Road Trip

By May, are your boomer travel feet itching for a road trip? Ours are! Alan’s had the maps out designing a late spring Oregon road trip that will take us from Crater Lake National Park to off-the-beaten-path destinations in eastern Oregon. And he’s arranged outstanding accommodations along the way. I love a man who’s a travel […]

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3 cold weather trips for the active boomer traveler

Start the New Year Out Right With These Cold Weather Trips

If you’ve been following the My Itchy Travel Feet page on Facebook, then you know how much Alan and I enjoy traveling on cold weather trips. Why are we such big fans of cold and snow? Because it’s a great way for active boomer travelers to jump start those New Year’s fitness goals. And did […]

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Alan and Donna Hull in Trani, Italy

Walking With History in Trani

On a Southern Italy road trip, Trani turned out to be one of our favorite destinations—one that Alan and I have talked about visiting again on our own. Along with Claudio Fontana of A La Carte Italy Tours, our guide for the trip, and Stephanie, a local expert, we spent the better part of two days […]

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Fall roadtripping to Grey Cliffs Ranch, Montana

Fall Roadtripping in Montana and Wyoming

Are you a fan of fall roadtripping? Alan and I like nothing better than exploring when the leaves are turning and the air has that crispy feel of fall. But what if it rains or snows? I guess you know where this boomer road trip story is going. Driving the Beartooth Highway in Wyoming and Montana […]

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Virginia Beach activities for a fall trip

7 Ways to Enjoy the Great Outdoors in Virginia Beach

I love the beach in the fall. Don’t you? The hot, humid weather has moderated plus all the crowds have gone home. The tourism industry calls it “shoulder” season. But I call it a great opportunity to enjoy Virginia Beach activities mostly to myself. Are you looking for a fall trip that combines relaxation on […]

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Montreal Botanical Gardens

Montreal City Guide

Although some may consider our neighbor to the north to be a bit frigid, Canada is actually one very hot travel destination these days. Filled with endless opportunities for active travel, Canada is an amazingly diverse travel destination that really has something for every type of traveler. Today’s guest contributor, Vanessa Chiasson, is taking us […]

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El Brujo Glacier in the Chilean Fjords

Cruising to El Brujo Glacier

We cruised to El Brujo Glacier as part of an extended cruise to Antarctica. This beautiful site certainly whet our appetites for what was to come. Want to make your holiday cruise a white one (or blue in this case)? Choose an itinerary that visits a glacier. When Alan and I sailed in South America […]

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Exploring the Highlights of Istanbul

This article is brought to you by Swissotel Hotels and Resorts, providing luxurious accommodations around the globe. Istanbul is where East meets West, Europe bumps up against Asia and old meets new. On my quick visit to Istanbul, known as the “Queen of Cities” during the Middle Ages, the opulence of the Topkapi Palace, intricately […]

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Lyon Mural

Visiting Lyon, the “Capital of Lights”

Travelers looking for oodles of history and culture, not to mention culinary exquisiteness, will bask in all that France has to offer. From the ever-so-crowded Paris to smaller towns like Avignon or Perouges, travelers can really experience a variety of traditional French life as well as more modern customs. Today’s guest writer Jan Ross, from Wanderlust […]

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