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  1. Gelateria entrance

    The Scoop on Gelato - Part 1

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    “Italy, cradle of all Arts, certainly can be known as cradle of the art of making gelato, as well.”

    - Auguste Escoffier, Chef

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  2. Dr. Manyak on the Tiputini

    Visit the Enchanted Forest

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    Ecuador is a small gem of a country with picturesque Quito nestled in the Andes bisecting the unique Galapagos Islands and some of the most biodiverse rainforest in the world.  A recent site visit to the easternmost part of the Ecuadorian Amazon exposed me to the amazing flora and fauna of this ecosystem, now under increasing pressure to be developed because of its oil reserves.  Searching for a suitable site to send nationally-selected Eagle Scouts for the National Eagle Scout Association (NESA), Tiputini seemed to be a great destination. Long experience with expedition medicine required some advance reconnaissance for me to assure safety.     

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  3. Queen Mary 2

    The Queen Mary 2 Voyage - Everything You Hoped for in Luxury Cruising: Part 3

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    The everyday food onboard ship is absolutely amazing!  Kudos to the Executive Chef, his sous-Chefs, and “the lines”,  plus all the kitchen workers who so diligently produced fine food at every meal.  Breakfast is a wonderful mixture of choices – the traditional English fare, solid, well cooked and tasty (bacon being the biggest treat it seemed!).  There were the Continental breakfasts more on the French style, and then the hearty German ones laden with processed meats and cheeses.  It seemed that everyone subscribed to the English tradition of eating a hearty breakfast to set you up for the rest of the day.

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  4. Pet cabin (Courtesy of American Airlines)

    Pet Cabins on American Airlines: Available on Select Flights

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    Susie just wants to let all of her smaller canine and feline friends know that they can have it good traveling on American Airlines. Small pets can now travel in luxury with their humans in first class seating on many American flights that have added two pet cabins per plane on select flights from New York (JFK) and Los Angeles (LAX) and from New York (JFK) to San Francisco (SFO). 

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  5. Does Size Matter? - Hints on How to Choose the Right Luggage for Your Next Travel Adventure

    Does Size Matter? - Hints on How to Choose the Right Luggage for Your Next Travel Adventure

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    When it comes to selecting new luggage, “Yes, size does matter!” 

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  6. Barrio China: Havana’s Chinatown

    Barrio China: Havana’s Chinatown

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    Havana is a city almost 500 years old. There is a lot of history on every street. Every “barrio” or neighborhood has stories to tell, and secrets to be discovered by the curious visitor.

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  7. Travel Photography Tips: Part One

    Travel Photography Tips: Part One

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    Five Photography Tips from Richard and Amy Lynn, the authors, photographers, and publishers of The Sarcastic Lens:  An Ordinary Couple’s Photographic Journey through the Animal Kingdom.

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. 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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  17. Generations Riviera Maya Mexico

    Generations Riviera Maya Mexico

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    Hola! It’s time to think about a beach getaway with the family and by family, I mean multigenerational. It’s about time the travel industry has begun to acknowledge that Baby Boomers like to travel with their kids and grandkids. For the longest time, that meant going to Disneyland and Disney World, which are still great options. However, there are now more choices for this type of family vacation.

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  18. Acropolise at Night

    Athens, Greece: Birthplace of Democracy

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    On a first visit to Athens, one will be surprised to find ancient relics intermixed with new construction of a cafe, hotel or boutique!  I was amazed to enjoy an early morning cappuccino alongside an ancient Roman statue! To build a city among ancient ruins reminds me of just one other city – Jerusalem.  I am amazed that city officials can keep tourists from pilferage these ancient ruins!

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  19. New Travel Items from the 2017 International Travel Goods Show

    New Travel Items from the 2017 International Travel Goods Show

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    The 2017 International Travel Goods Show – the world’s largest trade show for travel products – took over the Las Vegas Convention Center in early April with heaps of luggage, piles of backpacks and briefcases and every type of travel accessory imaginable to make life on the road more organized and comfortable for travelers.

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  20. Cruising Pacific NW Wine Country on the American Empress

    Cruising Pacific NW Wine Country on the American Empress

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    Within Pacific Northwest Wine Country, the American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) of Washington and Oregon stretch over thousands and thousands of highly regarded wine-producing acres, but there is no need to trek across both states to experience each nuanced terrior. The elegant American Empress brings this world, the winemakers and cellar masters and their luscious wines to those aboard its “Vineyards, Vintages and Varietals” excursions.

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  21. Cafe Amore

    Valentine's Day Special in Shelbyville

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    Shelbyville, KY, is known for a profusion of locally-owned restaurants – everything from neighborhood ice cream and coffee shops to barbecue and burger joints to fine and authentically flavored dining establishments. Several of them have drink and dinner specials on the menu for this Valentine’s Day.

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  22. Fifth and Castle

    Wilmington, North Carolina - Neighborhoods to Watch

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    Wilmington, N.C., is a vibrant riverfront city flowing with culture, style, energy, creativity and hospitality. The city’s River District pays tribute to both the past and the future by seamlessly blending its charming historic district with the more modern architecture of the north end, along with shops, cafes and attractions. Here is a look at several of Wilmington’s unique neighborhoods.

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  23. Osechi

    Year-End / Year-Beginning Holiday Food in Tokyo, Japan

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    Food is central to every holiday celebration, and Japan is no exception. The fresh, seasonal ingredients, precise preparation and the complete visual aesthetic—color, balance and design—of traditional Japanese cuisine represent thousands of years of traditions, stories and symbolism.  But it’s not just traditional Japanese foods that make this country a stand out in the world of gastronomy.  The Japanese are particularly adept at taking foods and traditions from other countries and turning them into something better. 

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  24. Tips for Avoiding Getting Sick on a Trip

    Tips for Avoiding Getting Sick on a Trip

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    One of the worst things that can happen when you’re traveling is getting sick. Even a pesky cold can really put a damper on your trip. After getting sick on way too many vacations I’ve learned a few tricks that has immensely helped me and will help you prevent any kind of sickness! Obviously sometimes it can’t be helped but if you do these few simple steps you can at least prevent what you can.

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  25. Fall In Love with Jamaica: Part Three

    Fall In Love with Jamaica: Part Three

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    As you can see from Parts one and two of my Journey to Jamaica, there is much to see and do there and I'm not done yet. They kept us hopping on this trip and may I say, I honestly don't think we even scratched the surface.

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