Newsletter subscriber giveaway: Win 65 Things To Do When You Retire: Travel

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Is travel part of your retirement plan? You’ll find plenty of inspiration in 65 Things To Do When You Retire: Travel with travel ideas from 65 writers and travel experts, including Donna. Choose from essays about preparing for retirement travel, where to go, how to travel, taking road trips, cruising on the high seas, the spiritual side of travel and much more. Would you like to win a copy? Editor, Mark Evan Chimsky, and Sellers Publishing are offering a copy to one of our subscribers.

To enter, tell us your favorite retirement travel dream in the comments section below. Please include your email address for contact purposes. Contest ends on Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at 11:00 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time. Winner will be announced in the May issue of our newsletter. According to our general contest rules, the winner must be a U.S. resident and respond within 48 hours of receiving the notification email; or we chose another winner.

Disclosure: Thanks to Mark Evan Chimsky and Sellars Publishing for providing 65 Things To Do When You Retire: Travel to one of our newsletter subscribers. 

UPDATE: April 30, 2013, 11:00 p.m: this contest has expired. The winner’s name will be announced in our May newsletter.

 

5 thoughts on “Newsletter subscriber giveaway: Win 65 Things To Do When You Retire: Travel

  1. My dream retirement trip is renting an RV and seeing all of the National Parks.

    I also want to go to Italy

    Thank you
    Laura

  2. I want to be able to travel and see as much as possible when I retire. There is so much out there and I’m ready to see and do it all, especially the beauty of our great State and National Parks.

  3. My retirement dream is to pack a 21″ suitcase, have a general idea of what I want to see and spend 3 months wondering around Western Europe.

  4. I would love to rent a small house in an Italian town within 45 minutes drive of Florence. I would hope to have great scenery to paint and good local flavor without all the touristy shops.

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