That's no exaggeration! 101 actual travel tips provided by My Itchy Travel Feet. Thank you. These tips are so good that everyone, not just boomers, can use them. This page may take a minute to load, so please be patient. Thanks. [pdf-embedder url="https://zoonietravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/101-Boomer-Travel-Tips.pdf"] Find a great airfare anywhere in the world. And you'll probably need
My first trip to Europe about 20 years ago was so exciting. My wife had been there before, so, as a couple, we weren't completely in the dark. But she hadn't been to Europe since she was a young student studying abroad. We arrived in Nice and made our way to
It's pretty obvious that I love to travel. It's also becoming more apparent to me that my advancing age means changes in my abilities. It takes me longer to unkink after a long flight. It's harder for me to toss my carry-on into the luggage bin. I can't walk as
As a confirmed baby boomer and traveler, I found this article to be very informative, and a little surprising. I always thought that I was a maverick by selecting autumn as my favorite travel time because there are fewer people on vacation, the weather is still good, and prices can be
I don't know about you, but I'm usually pretty tired after a vacation. But happily so. Here are some very helpful tips from nextavenue to help you make that vacation something that will always give you pleasant memories.
Those milestone birthdays can add up to major savings By Irene S. Levine Travel Writer Credit: Getty Images The next time you travel, ask about a “senior discount.” You may discover there are fabulous perks to reaching those milestone birthdays. Many hotels, restaurants, transportation companies, entertainment venues and big-box stores offer age-related discounts, although
There's a cruise out there for every taste and budget. Dive into Samantha Brown's all-inclusive cruise preview to find one that's right for you. Thank to AARP
I found this on FlyerTalk and I thought it was such a good article that I wanted to pass it along. I actually didn't want to learn about this, but my wife (fifty years next April) has Alzheimer's disease. We both love to travel: we met in 1965 on a day