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News for the Week

This week at My Itchy Travel Feet, we're featuring Antarctica questions, biking in Barcelona and more.

We met this gentoo penguin in Antarctica’s Nekko Bay.

From Donna: 

First of all, Alan and I send thoughts and concerns to all of our readers who are braving the blizzard on the U.S. East Coast. Stay safe and warm! Perhaps it’s time to plan a trip to a warm weather destination like Hawaii. And remember, travel dreaming is a great way to spend a snowy couple of days.

From Nicole:

January is a great time to map out your travels for the upcoming year. If you’re still adding destinations on your 2016 travel bucket list, make sure to check out our Travel Planning Guides to find some great ideas for travel destinations and resources.

This Week’s Articles

Guest contributor Vanessa A Nirode is back this week with her active travel tale of Biking in Barcelona.

We asked for your questions about Antarctica. And we answered them in 6 Questions About Cruising to Antarctica.

A page from Coloring the West that depicts the Bluff Hot Air Balloon Festival in Bluff, Utah.

A page from Coloring the West that depicts the Bluff Hot Air Balloon Festival in Bluff, Utah.

We love it when you share photos of your colored pages from Coloring the West, An Adult Coloring Book for Travelers, with us. Yvonne has colored a hot air balloon over Bluff, Utah. Please share your completed pages with us at the My Itchy Travel Feet page on Facebook! And we’d especially appreciate reviews on Amazon so that more color hobbyists learn about our book.

More Travel News for Boomers

We’re honored to be in the company of so many great travelers in Discover Corps’ list of Best Travel Blogs to Follow in 2016.

My Itchy Travel Feet subscriber, Sue, reminded me this week about Road & Kingdoms. If you’re looking for long, thoughtful reads about travel and culture to inspire your next trip, this is it.

Need gear for playing in the snow? Check out our page of Cold Weather Gear products.

That’s all for now but we really want to hear from you. If you have a question about travel or suggestions for our next boomer road trip eguide, please send an email through our contact us page.

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