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  • Oprah Cruise to Alaska - Part 1

    In spite of the glaciers and icefields, the deliciously crisp 52-degree air in the midst of July and the super chill atmosphere aboard Holland America’s ms Eurodam, the O, The Oprah Magazine Adventure of Your Life July launch cruise to Alaska – with a special two-day appearance by the Divine Miss O herself – was the warmest (and fuzziest) cruise ever.

  • Hotel Elysee: I Love New York!

    I do love New York and want to visit every chance I get - there is so much to see and do on every trip. I had the chance to live there for a while, and I have to say, it's definitely easier to visit! Of course, finding the right and best place to stay is always a challenge. I know you have heard that room sizes are usually small and quite expensive and generally, that's true, unless you want to splurge for a junior suite or higher which only adds to the expense. However, I am always on the hunt for the best spaces for Baby Boomers and this time I think I hit the jackpot!

  • Irene Williams Exhibit: Jewish Museum of Florida

    MIAMI BEACH (June 16, 2017) ―  She is remembered fondly – and vividly – for her fashionable strolls up and down her Lincoln Road runway during the 1980s and 1990s. Irene Williams’ handmade outfits were so eye-catching she would often turn heads, and this year she would have turned 100. The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU presents a summer pop-up show that borrows its name from the award-winning documentary by Eric Smith, Irene Williams: Queen of Lincoln Road.  The installation features 33 of Irene’s original handcrafted hats, historic photos and her letters that together illustrate the spirited story of one of South Beach’s most beloved characters. All of the objects on view were willed to filmmaker/designer Eric Smith and have been donated to the museum’s permanent collection. The opening on July 13 will feature a showing of the documentary film by Smith, that won numerous awards on the film festival circuit. Also on view are a series of similarly splashy hats on loan from the personal collections of community leader Isabel Bernfeld Anderson, and preservationist/tourism guru George Neary.

  • Outdoor Theaters in Kentucky

    In small towns across Kentucky, theatre-goers gather beneath the stars on a summer’s evening for productions that are as colorful, charismatic and captivating as only live outdoor theatre can make them.

  • Farm Vacation in Wisconsin: Rainbow Ridge Farms

    Are you tired of trying to talk to your friends, kids and grandkids only to find their faces buried in a smart phone? Well my friends, you are definitely not alone! Summer is here and it's time to unplug and connect to nature and each other. What better way to do it than to head to a wonderful farm up in Wisconsin and do yoga with the goats – yes, I said Goat Yoga – classes offered June 17 through August 19 – yoga mats and goats provided.

  • Universal's Volcano Bay: For the Young & the Young At Heart

    In just a few days, Universal Orlando’s biggest expansion in more than a decade will be unveiled. With a majestic volcano at its center, Universal’s Volcano Bay will welcome visitors and families beginning May 25. This water theme park is a first-of-its-kind – aquatic adventure with thrilling and fun attractions for children and adults alike. The team at Undercover Tourist has put together a few tips to help you create an unforgettable experience when visiting.

  • Fort Lauderdale Cultural and Relax Package for Moms and Daughters or Girlfriends’ Getaway

    In time for Mother’s Day but available through October 1st, Fort Lauderdale, Florida’s cultural and relax package is perfect for a couple of women or a few more.

  • New Hampshire in All Its Glory

    New Hampshire is known by many names: Granite State, Mother of Rivers, White Mountain State, Switzerland of America. Each one captures the allure of what surely must be one of the most beautiful states in the country. Each of its seven regions, from the Great North Woods to Seacoast, has its own geographical, historical and cultural charms.

  • Las Vegas with A Twist: Red Rock Resort, Spa & Casino

    As a Baby Boomer, you've probably made a few trips to Las Vegas over the years and may be looking for a new angle in the area. You might even want to take the kids and grandkids, but can't seem to find the right hotel. Or, you might like to combine some outoor adveture along with a bit of gambling, but where to go? Well, you've come to the right place at www.boomertravelpatrol.com because we have scouted the area for you!

  • My Old Kentucky Home and the Derby

    If it’s been a few years since you’ve toured My Old Kentucky Home in Bardstown, KY, it’s time to plan a return visit. The lace gloves have come off and this 19th century mansion is now abuzz with new interactive programming, singing hoop-skirted tour guides, and active tour options.

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