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  1. Buddha

    Hong Kong: One Country, Two Systems

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    Most of baby boomers are familiar with the history of Hong Kong, especially with the  July 1, 1997 new ruling principle for the Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. With this agreement, China allowed Hong Kong to remain autonomous, keeping their capitalist system and independent judiciary and rule of law – all separate from Mainland China's influence. Free trade and freedom of speech was to be tolerated though recently we have witness the students in the streets, objecting to the policy of China's approvals of politicians running for office in Hong Kong.

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  2. Portable

    ZeroWater On the Road

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    We hear daily that we need to consume at least 8 glasses of water a day for our health, and more in the summer in order to keep our bodies hydrated. I know that’s really hard for me to do, but I try. We also want to stay conscious of not buying a ton of plastic water bottles that end up in our landfills, so there seems to be a constant dilemma.

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  3. Four Seasons Hotel :  St.Louis, Missouri

    Four Seasons Hotel : St.Louis, Missouri

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    Susie has found another great property for dogs and their people. If you are between the coasts and looking for a hotel that is both luxurious and pet friendly, then the Four Seasons in St.Louis certainly fills the bill and snout.

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  4. A Surprise on Lake Erie: Captain Bell House

    A Surprise on Lake Erie: Captain Bell House

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    Located on Lake Erie between Cleveland and Sandusky is the charming city of Vermillion, known as the Village of Lake Captains. It was incorporated in 1837 and became a popular shipping port. Today, it feels like a place where time stands still.

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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. Exterior

    Baby Boomer Hotel Discount: Loews Atlanta

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    We love when hotels pay attention to us and single us out with a discount! Thank you Loews Atlanta! They figured out that we have flexibility with our time and dates and enjoy traveling, so here’s what their General Manager, Mark Castriota had to say, “ We wanted to reward this flexibility not only by offering deeply discounted rates on certain days of the week, but packaging it in a way that appeals directly to the travel experiences they seek.”

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  7. Chokoloskee Island (Photo by Mike Miller)

    Chokoloskee Island, Florida

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    A few miles south on US29 from our home base in Everglades City, we discovered Chokoloskee Island. It is a wonderful Off the Beaten Path spot with great food, photography, fishing and the historical and mysterious Smallwood Store. 

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  8. Nuremberg markets

    Winter Holidays

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    Experience holiday cheer on an adventure with Collette! Join one of Collette’s many holiday-themed tours to experience the traditions, lights, and joy the holiday season brings to destinations around the world. 

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  9. Castillo de San Marcos (Photo by Mike Miller)

    Saint Augustine, Florida

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    I have strong memories from my childhood vacations to Keystone Heights in north central Florida to visit my dad’s mom and family. Once each trip we would head off to Saint Augustine in my great- uncle’s Cadillac. I remember the huge old fort, the smell of the ocean, and the trees of unknown origin. Last winter, we stopped for an afternoon on our way to Seabrook Island, South Carolina. My return trip brought back these great memories and much more. 

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  10. Castle of the Three Magi of El Morro

    The Castillos of Havana Harbor: the Rallying Point of the Spanish Treasure Fleet

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    The Castle of San Carlos de la Cabaña was the largest fortress built by Spain in the Americas. It was, however, built too late. It was never attacked, it never had the chance to fire its hundreds of artillery pieces against an attacking enemy, and its ramparts were never tested against siege and assault.

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  11. Sunrise over Barcelona

    Spain’s Classics

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    Join Collette on an once-in-a-lifetime journey through Spain! Experience the bright colors, warm culture, and delicious cuisine distinctive to this stunning country. Enjoy a locally guided tour of Madrid featuring the Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor and the Royal Palace. 

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  12. 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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  13. Bridges of Paris: A Book Review

    Bridges of Paris: A Book Review

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    Who better than an award winning book designer, world traveler, educator and photographer to create a loving, beautiful and artistic view of the “Bridges of Paris.”

     

    Michael Saint James provides a history and visual perspective that will make you want to go back to Paris and explore it again from his vantage point. Paris is known for many things – the Eiffel Tower, high fashion, gourmet food, the lights and now, oh so many bridges (over 300!)

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  14. Britannia dining room

    The Queen Mary 2 Journey - Luxury Personified: Part One

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    REMEMBER WHEN?   LUXURY WAS A GIVEN, AND THE CUNARD SLOGAN WAS “GETTING THERE IS HALF THE FUN”? That was in the Golden Age of transatlantic crossings. When people really going to or from someplace had to resort to sea travel to go long distances.  With the advent of jet planes, carrying more passengers at greater speeds, ocean travel has become almost extinct. But, the QUEEN MARY 2 keeps it alive in all its luxury and splendor on its run from New York (“Brooklyn!”) to Southampton (and some other European destinations).  And I’m telling you, if you have the time, and the money, then treat yourselves to 7 days of luxury, elegance, grand living, and of being suspended in time and place. Getting there really was more than half the fun!!!

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  15. Airport Hotel Tip: Park & Fly

    Airport Hotel Tip: Park & Fly

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    Let’s face it – we all love to save a buck or two, especially when it comes to our vacations. Recently, we’ve seen airfares sky rocket, so we’ve started looking outside of our immediate area for good deals. I am no exception. I’d rather spend more money on location than on getting there.

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  16. Queen Mary 2 - The Voyage, the Ship, the Arrival:  Part Two

    Queen Mary 2 - The Voyage, the Ship, the Arrival: Part Two

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    Sea and ship travel nowadays just isn’t the same as it used to be.  People cruise nowadays, they’re not traveling to really get anyplace, and they’re traveling on holidays, with friends and families, with work groups, with associations. They’re cruising to relax, have a good time, be entertained and fed all day, and when they arrive, well, some of them fly straight back!  (And by the way – Cunard has a reciprocal arrangement with British Air for special fares, make sure you enquire about it before leaving).

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  17. Mineral Springs (Photo by Mike Miller)

    North Point, Florida

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    One mile north of U.S. 41 on Florida’s Southwest Coast is North Point, home to the only warm mineral spring in Florida. People from all over the world come to soak in this “Fountain of Youth”. The waters are believed to have extradinary healing powers. We had to find out for ourselves. 

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  18. Colliseum in Rome

    Rome & the Amalfi Coast

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    Join Collette on a journey through the beauty, history, and culture of Italy on the Rome and the Amalfi Coast tour. This tour is unique because it blends one of the world’s most iconic cities with the colorful and celebrated Italian coastline. Travelers can expect to marvel at Rome’s notable treasures during a panoramic tour featuring the Piazza Venezia, the Roman Forum, the Circus Maximus, the Colosseum and more. Then, explore the breathtaking scenery of the Amalfi Coast. 

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  19. Highway 101

    Highway 101

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    If you travel west, take the Highway that’s the best… So go the lyrics of one of the most famous songs of bygone days. Well, that Highway, Route 66 really isn’t one of the most beautiful in the world. HIGHWAY 101, between San Francisco in the north, to Los Angeles in the south, is truly one of the world’s most scenic routes.

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  20. Pioneer Playhouse

    Pioneer Playhouse – Danville, Kentucky

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    This is our summer for short regional trips. And we’ve found some delightful places quite close to home that are worthy of a visit.

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  21. Travel Partners With Benefits – Can The Relationship Last The Distance?

    Travel Partners With Benefits – Can The Relationship Last The Distance?

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    “The value of a relationship should not be measured by the length of time the relationship lasts, but by the strength of the bond that exists every moment you are together. When you eventually say goodbye, you need to appreciate the moments you had, more than you dread the moments you won’t have.”

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  22. Stockholm overlook

    An Oasis In the Middle of Stockholm: Hotel Skeppsholmen

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    One of the great advantages of visiting a European capital is the proximity to the cultural and culinary opportunities that surround you. One of the disadvantages is the noise and the crowds. What if I said you could have the best of both worlds in Stockholm? Well, you actually can! The Hotel Skeppsholmen is situated on an island encompassed by the sea and nature, yet a short walk into the City. It is located across the bridge from the National Museum. The building, a former Navy barracks, dates back to 1699 and offers a variety of room types. Be sure to read the descriptions for each one to see what suits you best. There are 79 rooms, a tennis court, fitness center and a restaurant. You can rent bicycles here, go fishing or just enjoy the sea and garden. Room amenities include a TV, DVD player, minibar, modern shower and more.

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  23. Joseph Lopinto

    Boomer Commercial Pilot Turned Entrepreneur Still Helps People Fly

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    Joseph Lopinto, former pilot for Continental Airlines, talks about his "Act II" as an entrepreneur and co-founder of ExpertFlyer.com, an online service that offers comprehensive information related to air travel, seat maps, award and upgrade availability, flight availability and more, to make air travel as pleasurable as possible for the frequent flyer.

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  24. Travel Photography Tips: Part Two

    Travel Photography Tips: Part Two

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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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  25. Switzerland

    Switzerland – A Small Country with Giant Appeal

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    SWITZERLAND is one of the smallest countries in Europe, in the world in fact. SWITZERLAND has, however, one of the most powerful reputations for many things. All well deserved!

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