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  1.  Special Deal for Readers in the Canadian Rockies

    Special Deal for Readers in the Canadian Rockies

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    Now for a limited time and for readers and followers of Boomer Travel Patrol, receive 30% off on our 4 day ride (August 17th) or our 6 day ride (August 15th)

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  2. Multigenerational Ski Vacation

    Multigenerational Ski Vacation

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    Our family has been traveling together during the winter ski season for the past twenty-five years.  Yes, every year we look forward to leaving the snow and cold at home to vacation at 8,000 feet above sea level in the snow and cold of the Rocky Mountains.  Of course, now, we are three generations…from ages 4 to 66…who, for a week, live together under one roof and share some fun that is ripe with laughter, camaraderie, and bravado.  As you can imagine, the planning and preparations start several months before that first burst of chilly air comes.

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  3. Travel Trends Study for 2016

    Travel Trends Study for 2016

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    In 40 years, we’ve swapped Florida Keys for Cancun, but where’s next?

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  4. Berkeley Springs, West Virginia: The Country Inn

    Berkeley Springs, West Virginia: The Country Inn

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    Located in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia lies the town of Berkeley Springs. According to the census of 2010, the population is 624, so why am I telling you to go there and what might George Washington have to do with it?

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  5. Oh Canada!: L Hotel - Montreal

    Oh Canada!: L Hotel - Montreal

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    Do you have a craving for French wine, a yearning for fine French cuisine, or just a desire to practice speaking French? Is a trip to France out of the question for this year? Well, fear not, Montreal awaits and it’s much easier on the budget. 

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  6. Avalanche Lake Photo by wp8thsub, CC BY 2.0

    Six Not To Miss Points in the Queen of Hill Stations – Ooty

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    In southern India lying at an elevation of 2,623 metres is a little hill station nestled amidst eucalyptus trees and overlooking the blue mountains also known as The Nilgiris. This town is lovingly called Ooty but officially known as Udhagamandalum or sometimes even, Ootacamund (quite the tongue twister, eh?). Ooty has emerged as a popular honeymoon destination because of its alluring picturesque beauty that gets the romance brewing among newlyweds. So it isn’t just the ‘Queen of Hills’ but also the ‘Queen of Hearts!’

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  7. Berlin

    BERLIN: a City that Stands Alone

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    BERLIN – a city that stands alone,  mired in its own history, feverishly working to lead in the 21st Century. It is a city of Ghosts, of great architecture, enormous cultural activities in all the arts.  A city with as decadent a nightlife scene as proclaimed by Sally Bowles in CABERET!  BERLIN is a MUST SEE CITY for most people, especially ones with a special interest in the immediate past.

     

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    Going To Kansas City - 816 Hotel

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    If I say Barbecue, Baseball and Hallmark – what comes to your mind? How about fountains, over 200 of them, only second to Rome? Still don’t know, well welcome to Kansas City, Missouri! I just love sharing great places with you and we have the entire world to cover.

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  9. Comfort dogs (Courtesy United Airlines)

    New Canine Travel Perk: Comfort Dogs at Airports

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    Susie was pleased to hear that other therapy dogs are serving as comfort dogs at many airports in the United States. The thousands of years of relationship between dog and man have a plethora of benefits for both species. Dogs make a great addition to any situation in which mankind experiences stress and airports are definitely a place (especially nowadays) where stress is high.

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  10. 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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  11. Shanghai Yuyuan Gardens

    A Retiree’s Guide to China

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    China has the most diverse spectrum of attractions which cater to all ages and interests. With a focus on those economically developed cities that exude history and culture we have compiled a guide for the senior travellers who wish to have a more relaxing experience in China.

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  12. Well by Fence

    Tiffany at Winterthur in Delaware

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    Until January 3rd, visitors to the Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library in Winterthur, Delaware, have a chance to view a very special exhibition of Tiffany Stained Glass. The Museum, located on the former du Pont estate, about 45 minutes southwest of Philadelphia, is showing Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light, which features selected works by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933). The exhibition was organized by the Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass in New York City. 

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  13. December in Cuba: The Havana Film Festival

    December in Cuba: The Havana Film Festival

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    It is December. Winter is already upon us. Cold fronts cross the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Straits, and hit Havana’s Malecon, or sea wall, creating an impressive spectacle of breaking waves, crashing against the Malecon and turning into foam…

     

    December is also the time of year for movie lovers. The Havana Film Festival, or more properly, the International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema starts in the first week of December. This year it will be the 37th edition of the Festival, from December 3rd to the 13th.

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  14. Thomas Alva Edison

    Discovering the Life and Work of Thomas Alva Edison

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    Discovering the Life and Work of Thomas Alva Edison, America’s Greatest Inventor … in New Jersey, Michigan, Washington DC, and Florida

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  15. Cruising New York Architecturally on Classic Harbor Line

    Cruising New York Architecturally on Classic Harbor Line

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    New York City may not be the official capital of the United States, but it is certainly our cultural capital. From museums to live theater, galleries to concert halls, historical landmarks to innovative cuisine, New York has it all. Even New York's architecture – both historic and brand new (One World Trade Center) attracts visitors – rivaling Chicago in its draw.  What better way to experience the Big Apple's jaw-dropping architectural landmarks than from a relaxing architecturally-themed cruise?

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  16. The World’s Top 5 Medical Travel Destinations

    The World’s Top 5 Medical Travel Destinations

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    A growing number of savvy baby boomers recognize the opportunity to combine high quality, more affordable care with the pleasures of travel. About seven million people travel abroad each year seeking care related to everything from dental work and weight-loss surgery to cancer treatment, according to Bloomberg Business

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  17. Kayaking with the family

    Morro Bay Spring Break

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    Party with Nature in Morro Bay this Spring Break, Rain or Shine, and Enjoy Special Family Savings with Lodging Packages, the New Morro Bay Adventure Pass Family Edition and The New Summit to Sea Adventure Passport

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  18. Tips for Grandparents on How to Navigate Theme Parks  During Spring Break Vacation

    Tips for Grandparents on How to Navigate Theme Parks During Spring Break Vacation

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    Spring break at Disney World and Orlando theme parks ranks as one of the busiest time of year behind Christmas and New Year’s. If you’re taking the grandkids to the Orlando parks this March, it pays to plan ahead. Fortunately, there’s lots you can do to avoid lines, monitor crowds and maximize your fun. 

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  19. Colosseum

    Escape the Heat, Skip the Lines This Summer

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    Iconic sights are almost always jammed, but there ways to break free of the crowds and stay cool, from a guided tour with skip-the-line access, spots to cool off or secret side entrances with no waits. Below are some unique ways that travelers can avoid the high-season lines, making the most out of their summer vacation. 

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  20. Enchantment Offers Families the Perfect Escape

    Enchantment Offers Families the Perfect Escape

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    As you drive through the gorgeous Red Rocks from Sedona to Enchantment Resort and Destination Spa, it almost steals your breath. Surrounded by multi-colored mountains and nestled in the exquisite Boynton Canyon, Enchantment provides an opportunity for families to share the wonder of Sedona together as well as embark on their own relaxing resort activities. 

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  21. No Passport Travel

    No Passport Travel

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    Imagine a picture-perfect sunset, a cool island breeze, and the relaxing sound of waves crashing against the shore while you sip the juice out of a fresh coconut. The thought of a tropical vacation is most enticing when you just want to get away, or at any time if we’re being honest. It’s a fantasy many of us long for, but we often think that jetting off to an exotic location that can offer all of this and more requires too much effort due to them being international destinations. Of course international travel mandates a current passport, which means going through customs and an even longer visit with the TSA. This is even more distressing if you don’t have a passport or if your passport has expired and you need to renew it. At the airport, security is magnified and even the smallest details will be scrutinized. If this has completely turned you off to traveling with a passport, we’ve got good news. Fortunately, there are beautiful tropical vacations you can visit with just your driver’s license in hand.

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  22. West Baden Springs Hotel: French Lick, Indiana

    West Baden Springs Hotel: French Lick, Indiana

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    What do basketball and mineral springs have in common? Give up? It’s French Lick, Indiana, home of basketball great Larry Bird and also home to renowned mineral waters. The West Baden Springs Hotel got a $500 million renovation and has been brought back to glory.

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  23. Berlin: Destination with a Purpose

    Berlin: Destination with a Purpose

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    It’s not usually atop most travelers’ wish or bucket lists. It’s not a place to go and relax, refresh, recharge and enjoy a vacation there.


    No, Berlin is a destination, and usually with a purpose.

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  24. Hombre sobre delfin

    Salvador Dali’s 11 Public Outdoor Sculptures in Marbella

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    The beautiful Andalusian city of Marbella on the Spanish Costa del Sol is typically regarded as a glamorous holiday resort and extravagant playground for the wealthy. But did you know that priceless original artwork graces its streets?

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  25. Vilnius Panorama

    A Cultural and Jewish Heritage Tour to the Baltic States

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    Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia in the year of the 25th Anniversary of these nations’ Independence from the Former Soviet Union, August 25-September 2, 2016

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