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    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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  2. 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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  3. Delray Sands Pool

    Florida Beach Jewel - Delray Sands Resort: Highland Beach, Florida

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    Florida never ceases to amaze me – somehow there is always a new area or beach to explore that I want to share with my fellow Baby Boomers. I found just such a place in South Florida, near Delray, in Highland Beach. The hotel, the Delray Sands Resort, is located in a residential area on a private beach called Highland Beach – who knew?  Well, we all do now! It used to be a Holiday Inn and has been completely renovated.

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  4. Scene from the Great Wall

    10 Chinese Customs to Know Before a Trip to China

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    China can feel overwhelming to first time travelers, but not just because of its huge crowds and congested streets. Cultural differences, too, can be a huge surprise to tourists. These differences can lead foreign visitors to come off as rude — even when they do not intend to be. The following 10 tips will help you avoid any cultural misunderstandings during your adventures. 

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  5. Brooklyn Bridge

    Spotlight on New York City Holiday

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    Experience America’s most exciting metropolis during the most wonderful time of the year, the holiday season! Admire the landmarks like never before as they don their holiday best!  Experience the sightseeing, shopping, entertainment and holiday cheer of New York City and let Collette take care of all the details. 

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  6. The New Cuba: Casa Particular and Paladar

    The New Cuba: Casa Particular and Paladar

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    After the change in policy towards Cuba started on December 19, 2014, the number of American visitors to Cuba has increased in more than 50 percent. There are two names, specific to things in Cuba, that every visitor is most certainly going to hear and probably try to pronounce. These two names are symbol of the changes in Cuba towards some form of free enterprise: “Casa Particular”, and “Paladar”.

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  7. Family Fun Fall Festivities

    Family Fun Fall Festivities

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    It’s finally fall and time for two of the most popular Disney World events – the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival and Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. Here are some insider tips about these events and how to make the most of them, along with a few extra bonuses for your Orlando trip this season.

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  8. Cruise Lines:   Working Hard To Preserve Our Environment

    Cruise Lines: Working Hard To Preserve Our Environment

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    Travelers are natural conservationists. Seeing the world in all its magnificence is one of life’s greatest pleasures. If the earth’s incredible variety of land and seascapes are degraded, so is our travel experience. 

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  9. Kentucky Gateway Museum Center

    Kentucky Gateway Museum Center: A Hidden Gem on the Ohio River

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    A journey to Maysville Kentucky to the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center.

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  10. House  (Photo by Richie Holbert)

    The Hermitage – Nashville, TN

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    Traveling east from Nashville, a dozen or so easy miles, the Hermitage manor lies hidden down a long cedar-lined drive. We’ve seen the highway signs for this historic site and heard tales of its splendor, but I never understood the true import of the place until recently. 

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  11. Denali National Park

    Collette Tours in Your Backyard

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    The United States is abundantly full of grand landscapes, iconic landmarks, and local cultures. There is no need to go around to world to have a fantastic time on tour with Collette! Collette offers tons of tours right in our own backyard that are filled with rich history, beauty and charm. From the exotic beauty of Hawaii to the frontier character of Texas, a wealth of surprising cultural experiences await. Check out some of these domestic Collette tours today! 

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    Susie News Fall 2015

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    Susie has some good news to announce for the Fall of 2015. She is always good at telling us and her little brother boy what!

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  13. Pecan praline cheesecake

    Pappadeux Seafood Kitchen: Springdale, Ohio

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    A trip on assignment to Maysville, Kentucky finally gave me the opportunity to venture on my return to the Cincinnati area to the Pappadeaux’s restaurant in Springdale, Ohio at the northern edge of the metropolitan area. As I hoped it was a good choice to have an excellent supper on my way back home.

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  14. California Highway 1 Discovery Route Morro Bay Part Two

    California Highway 1 Discovery Route Morro Bay Part Two

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    Once I left Tognazzini’s Dockside, I checked into my accommodations at Harbor Front Suites. Actually, there was no check-in as I was provided with a pass code to enter my condo. It was in a private complex complete with a garage, which also had a code. It was really funny not having a card or keys, as my rental car also was keyless. It’s a new day, Boomers!

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  15. African Ancestors!  Amazing New Discovery!

    African Ancestors! Amazing New Discovery!

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    Africa has long been known as the site of from which modern man first radiated out to populate the world. Much attention has been directed to the eastern African Great Rift Valley as the origin of humans, great apes, and chimps (hominids) but several candidates as the actual ancestor of humans (hominins) are likely evolutionary dead ends.  The attention has shifted within the last decade to new important fossil discoveries in South Africa that may fill in some of the gaps in the family tree…..which looks more and more like a bush.

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  16. My home in country Queensland, Australia.

    Strangers Now Sleep In My Bed

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    How My Travels Influenced My Decision to Become a Homestay Host.

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  17. Cadiz sunrise

    Cadiz, Andalusia: Link to the New World

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    For those of you who love Espana, together we have ventured out to Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Seville, and the Costa del Sol. I would like to entice you to venture down to the Andalusian area of Spain – you will fall in love with this area as it has breathtaking beaches, perfect year around temperatures and many archaeological and historical sites for those history aficionados!  The best kept secret is that one can own their own hideaway – i.e. retirement home at a fraction of the cost in the U.S.

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  18. 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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  19. 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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    Bangkok: Where the Food is the Culture

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    It was about 8 pm in Bangkok, but things were only just getting started. My friend and I hopped aboard our extra secure “Smiling Tuk-tuk” – ones that actually feature metal mesh on the sides to prevent passing motorcyclists from grabbing your bag or purse -- and zoomed around Bangkok on a night-time culinary adventure organized by Bangkok Food Tours. The experience allowed us to both experience the best local eats of the city's restaurants and night markets – some neighborhoods specialize in certain dishes – and also safely explore the city at night. We stopped at four restaurants/food stands in different neighborhoods, including a dessert specialty place, and we also visited the flower market before ending our evening atop one of Bangkok's coolest roof-top bars, enjoying a Thai beer, while looking out over Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn. 

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  21. Lanark

    New Lanark, Scotland: A Dream of Utopia

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    New Lanark is an eighteenth century restored cotton mill village on the banks of the River Clyde, close to the Falls of Clyde in Southern Scotland. If  you plan a visit to Scotland – especially to St. Andrews golf facilities, a visit to New Lanark during a beautiful day should be at the top of your list!

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  22. Grand Canyon

    Canyon Country

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    Journey through the colorful world of stunning southwestern vistas and unique topography on Collette’s Canyon Country tour. Visit the three renowned national parks of Zion, Bryce, and Grand Canyon as you make your way through Arizona, Utah, and Nevada. 

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  23. Flamenco Dance

    Madrid, Spain: A Step Back in Time

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    As a young teen, I spent my first three high school years in Madrid, Spain. My father was a career USAF officer and we were stationed in Madrid.  I always dreamed as a young woman of returning, not realizing that once my sons flew away to college, I would fly away as a flight attendant for a major airline.  My first assignment as a new graduate was to Madrid! I was thrilled, not only to visit Madrid but also to Barcelona, Seville and many other Spanish cities.

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  24. What you Need to Know about Air Ambulances

    What you Need to Know about Air Ambulances

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    What happens when the worst happens and you get sick or injured on vacation? If your condition is so severe that you can’t fly back on a commercial airline then you will need to book an air ambulance to get home. Most likely this isn’t an area that you have thought about or have any background knowledge on. So, what are the questions to ask, and do’s and don’ts you need to know before booking an air ambulance? 

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  25. 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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