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  1. Tangiers

    Tangiers - Morocco

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    “Come with me to the Casbah!”

    Who said those immortal words, in which movie, or book?

    They certainly capture the magic of what lies ahead when you chose to visit this beautiful city on the water.  For such a small country, Morocco is blessed with several “major” cities, all with their own real and distinctive feelings and fabulous flavors.

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    Olea Hotel: Glen Ellen, California

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    Susie wants to let everyone know about an amazing boutique hotel in Glen Ellen, California – the Olea Hotel, which only has twelve rooms, three of which are pet friendly.

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  3. Cruise selection

    Oasis of Dining Options Are Ready For Diabetic Individuals on Cruises

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    We wanted to take the family on one final vacation, but weren’t sure where to go.  We decided to go on the Oasis of the Seas, one of the largest cruise ships in the world.  I was excited, but cautious about dining options.  As a Diabetic type 2 insulin dependent individual I was determined to keep my blood sugar in check while still having a great time, and enjoying everything.  A little pre cruise awareness was helpful, so I asked for a refrigerator in the room, a sharps container and activity options.  I also looked into the food choices carefully, both from healthy food availability, and cost.  

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  4. Caribbean Freestyle Cruising

    Caribbean Freestyle Cruising At Its Best

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    If you’re one of those folks who like to set your own schedule for the day, prefer casual over formal, and want to choose when and where you dine – then Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL) has just the thing for you.  They call it Freestyle Cruising and it’s one of the most flexible ways to cruise today!

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  5. Freelance Cafe

    Freelance Café: Piermont, NY

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    This is a true family affair and I personally know the family and so adore them! The executive chef, Peter Kelly is truly one of the most respected chefs in the country. His restaurants are so close to Manhattan and are as any of the top ones there. I ate at Freelance so often when I lived in South Nyack. I got to know Peter and others in his family. Ned, his brother is the first person you see when you enter the restaurant and probably the last as you leave. He is so gracious as the man in the front of the house.

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  6. Fish and chips

    Best Fish and Chips

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    I have ordered fish and chips through the years all across the country. It is a favorite for me and, I know for a lot of you! It is always a good idea to ask the particular restaurant what fish they are using. The best is sole, flounder, grouper or cod. You do not want the batter too thick, its perfect when there is a flakiness to the batter and not too greasy. The chips are the best when they are fresh cut fries. Many times you also will get a small dish of coleslaw. Last and not least is the tartar sauce, I have had yummy tartar sauce and not so yummy tartar sauce. It should be good so you can dip!

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  7. Grand Canal in Venice

    Italy Family Discovery

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    Collette makes travel planning easy so you can simply focus on enjoying the world’s greatest destinations with your family. Collette’s Family tours blend the must-see’s of each destination with hands-on experiences that keep the kids entertained.

     

    Fall in love with Italy as a family and join Collette for an unforgettable family adventure through Italy‘s most magical cities – Venice, Florence and Rome. Filled with history and culture, these cities come to life before your eyes. Explore Italy by foot, train and boat - making your way through ancient and scenic landscapes. Discover the magic of Italy as your family visits the legendary Colosseum, learns the art of making authentic pizza making, indulges in a Tuscan feast, explores a winery for a tasting and a pasta making class, discovers the fantastic world of Leonardo da Vinci and tastes Italy’s sweetest treasure – gelato! 

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  8. Inn of the Five Graces

    The Inn of the Five Graces: Santa Fe, New Mexico

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    If you want to stay at a very unique property with loads of atmosphere, the Inn of the Five Graces fills the bill. The five graces refer to the five graces of Tibetan philosophy – sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. The inn was formed from a group of abandoned adobe structures to create a very unique hotel.

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  9. Barrett Belt Clip Holster

    Barrett Belt Clip Holster for Apple iPhone

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    Part of the joy of writing on Boomer Travel is to discover really good and high quality travel products for making our travels, whether short jaunts or major trips, more comfortable and care free. Blacksmith –Labs has accomplished this to the nth degree with their series of iPhone holsters. As they say on their web site – Craftsmanship Redefined – they provide a product that is well crafted and top quality.

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  10. Seville, Spain

    Seville, Spain: Heart of Flamenco

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    As a boomer I was blessed with my father having been in the Air Force and we lived in Spain (Torrejon AFB outside Madrid) when I was in High School  What a perfect age to be exposed to other countries and cultures!  

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  11. Retrorome

    Retrorome: Barcelona, Spain

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    Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, where style, history and culture come together in the second largest city in Spain. It is also the tenth most visited city in the world. With this in mind, where should we stay you ask? I know just the place and it will take you to a time you know well.

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  12. Marbella, Spain

    Marbella, Spain

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    Marbella, deep into Southern Spain, the region known as Andalucía, is one of the world's greatest and most famous resorts for the super-rich and very famous.  Its renewed popularity came with the advent of two concepts spearheaded by several great and famous men.

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  13. Coast and Morro Rock

    Anderson Inn: Morro Bay, California

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    When most of us visit California, we are likely heading to Los Angeles, San Diego or up north to San Francisco, but if you would like to experience something a bit more unique, how about Morro Bay?

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  14. Oxbow Public Market

    OxBow Public Market: Napa, California

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    This is a fabulous place for true boomer foodies. I started to have pure fun the moment I arrived. There is only one problem, there is so much, you want to buy and taste it all. That is why, if you live close you need to revisit when you can. Situated along the Napa River and Napa River trail and also in the downtown of Napa, it is in a great location.

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  15. Miss Kitty

    Feline Companionship: Emergence of Cat Cafes

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    Traveling and can’t take your feline companion with you, but would like to enjoy some feline companionship – look for a cat café where you can enjoy a cup of tea or joe and relax petting a willing pussycat.

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  16. Cafe Boulud

    Cafe Boulud: Palm Beach, Florida

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    This fabulous chef-owner Daniel has several award winning restaurants. This is one I have been lucky enough to dine at quite a few times. It is set right in the center of Palm Beach, steps away from the ocean and the famous shopping street Worth Ave.The Brazilian Court Hotel is the perfect place to stay in Palm Beach and then you can enjoy this 5 star restaurant each and every day!

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  17. Rathbone Hotel Exterior

    Rathbone Hotel: London, England

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    Whenever you travel to a large city, there are two main considerations when choosing a hotel – location and price. At least, that’s what I check out first – and the bigger the city, the more important those two items are! London is one of the most expensive cities in the world, so when you can find a decent price in a great location, count me in!

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  18. Arc de Triomphe

    Treasures of France

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    From bustling Paris to charming Provence, enjoy a fun-filled adventure that explores French culture, cuisine and music.

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  19. Field Museum (Photo by Mike Miller)

    Field Museum in Chicago Revisited

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    Although I never get tired of facing off with Sue, the 67 million old, 42 foot long, and 13 feet high, Tyrannosaurus rex, we went back to the Field Museum to see its special exhibit called “Opening the Vaults: Wonders of the 1893 World’s Fair”. This exhibit is special because The Field Museum was primarily an outgrowth of The Columbian Exposition. Many of the artifacts and specimens on display have not been seen since the World’s Fair in 1893.

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    7 Simple Rules to Having A Healthy and Safe Trip

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    Nowadays, we hear lots of confusion regarding the new ACA coverage during this transition. Nothing is more unsettling than traveling abroad and not knowing whether or not you should visit the local doctor because you’re not sure what’s covered and what isn’t. For me and the licensed insurance advisors at GoHealth, the online portal for finding health insurance coverage, it is important to make sure those consumers are in-the-know of their healthcare plan so that they are armed and ready for a safe and protected vacation.

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  21. Oak Mountain (Photo by Richie Holbert)

    Alabama – Heart of Dixie

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    Searching for the Heart of Dixie? Look to Alabama for some Southern surprises.

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  22. Mochie loves the smell of their red velvet dog bones.

    Shake Shack: London, England

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    Sweet Mochie, the dog in the photos, dreams everyday about the red velvet bones that Shake Shack has from Woof Delights. I know since he lives with me and barked at me so!!!

    This fabulous place opened 2013 and is located in the Royal Opera House. The first location was in Madison Square in Manhattan. There is not anything that my friend Danny Meyer does in the food industry that is not brilliant including my favorite Union Square Cafe located in Union Square in Manhattan.

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  23. Venice

    The Luxury of Venice – Part One

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    One of the world's most beautiful Cities, and one which seems to be in constant fear of just floating away on the flood tides.

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  24. La Gavroche

    London’s Food, Glorious Food

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    Remember when… English food was considered abominable? Except for we English who loved it, didn’t know better, and it wasn’t until the advent of the early Chinese and Indian cafes that we knew any other cuisine or cooking.  But over the years, especially with the EU making crossing borders easy, the wonderful influx of young chefs from France, Italy, Spain, Germany, etc., has brought fine dining to an Art form in London and beyond.  Let’s take a look at some of the venerable restaurants in London, and it’s all about adapting tried and true establishments adapting to the “latest” trends

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  25. Boomers and Memorial Day: Vietnam – the War of our Generation

    Boomers and Memorial Day: Vietnam – the War of our Generation

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    As baby boomers many of us came into the world as a result of our father’s return from fighting in World War II or Korea, but our own experiences with war came primarily during the Vietnam War. I was a gleam in my parents’ eyes until my dad returned from the Philippines in 1945 to arrange my arrival at the lead of the boomer generation in 1946.

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