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  1. Glasgow Square

    Glasgow, Scotland – City of Architecture

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    Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and the third largest in the United Kingdom. It is situated on the River Clyde in the country's West Central Lowlands.  It won the UK’s City of Architecture & Design in 1999.

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  2. Salt & Pepper Interior

    Salt & Pepper: Tiburon, CA

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    It was raining in the streets of Tiburon, as my family started out to enjoy dinner out. We peeked into this sweet American traditional, very inviting restaurant that seemed  welcoming and proceeded to enjoy dining for the next few hours. It was a single dining area, large windows all along the left side and the front, hardwood floors and darling blue and white checkered tablecloths (that’s the boomer in me, remembering those tablecloths from back when….). A long, beautiful mirror and fresh flowers were also a focus of the restaurant.

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  3. Mount Ida (Photo by Mike Miller)

    Mount Ida, Arkansas: The Quartz Crystal Capital of the World

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    Our trip to Mount Ida, The Quartz Crystal Capital of the World, left us dazzled, amazed, and in awe of what beauty Mother Nature can create. We saw quartz crystals with points, clarity and clusters of every shape, size, and color imaginable. 

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  4. Grotto

    Grotto Bay Beach Resort - Bermuda

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    If you believe in fairy tale locales, then you won't be disappointed in Bermuda. Everything here is so pristine and lovely, it will take your breath away. I stayed at the Grotto Bay Beach Resort, which is close to the airport and St. George – I really loved the location. Because the entire island is only 21 square miles, you are never really far from anything.

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  5. Durnstein

    Visit a Heurigen When in Austria

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    What exactly is a heurigen? It’s Austria’s answer to a beer garden - only with wine. A heurigen is one of the best places to sample regional wines and delicious simple home-made cuisine and true “Gemütlichkeit ” - warmth and coziness. Heuriger means “this year” and heurigens began when Emperor Joseph II allowed vintners to sell their new wine directly to customers without any taxes. Families set up tables in their vineyards, gardens and cellars, and hung a wreath made of straw or evergreens as a signal that they were open and ready to serve their family wines.

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  6. Oregon Trail (Photo by Tim Holbert)

    Jackson Hole Camping

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    We set up camp at Jackson Hole Campground on the Moose-Wilson Road and celebrated with some frosty local beer purchased at the check-in office.

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  7. Geneva Panorama

    Geneva, Switzerland: Capital of Peace

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    Geneva is a Swiss city located on the south shore of Lake Geneva.  Many of its’ 200,000 inhabitants are foreigners and also hosts numerous International Organizations, including UN headquarters, Red Cross and CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research – the world’s largest particle physics laboratory).  It is also a major international financial centre, known for privacy banking laws.

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  8. Interior

    One Restaurant - Toronto, Ontario

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    This fabulous, outrageous, sexy restaurant is located in The Hazelton Hotel, in the heart of Yorkville, in downtown Toronto.

    One was created by Mark McEwan, a chef who is busy every second. It is part of his empire, The McEwan Group. It has that wow factor the moment you step in which boomers love! The design of it all is outrageous and there are art collections placed everywhere, mosaic everywhere. When you go on the website, just listening to the music makes you want to be there in a second! There are true red suede walls and huge panels of window in the Neil Young room.

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  9. Troubadour 77 Embraces Baby Boomers with Classic Rock in Napa, California

    Troubadour 77 Embraces Baby Boomers with Classic Rock in Napa, California

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    Virtually every art form caters to various age groups – except music – which is typically recorded for and marketed to young listeners. Grammy Award-winning songwriters and husband-wife team Anna Wilson and Monty Powell are committed to changing that with their new band, Troubadour 77.

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  10. Arts Hotel

    Arts Hotel: Lancaster, Pennsylvania

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    You have to love a place that incorporates history and art as part of their environment and The Arts Hotel does exactly that. Located in downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania, this member of the Historic Hotels of America is in the oldest inland city in the United States.

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  11. Some of the fare

    Ristorante Life: Rome, Italy

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    This restaurant is so superb, the location is on one of the most beautiful streets in Rome, near Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain (make sure you have your boomer shoes on so you can walk after dining). I would describe this destination as pure beauty. The owners, Giovanna and Clemente are known masters in this business, both looking like movie stars, enjoying their success with such graciousness.

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  12. Terrorism – A Travel Threat?

    Terrorism – A Travel Threat?

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         I can hear my mother's whisper as I plan an August trip with my grand daughter to the middle east, “Things are not as them seem.” As boomers and world travelers, we all are anxious about our upcoming trips – and many are more comfortable in just postponing or canceling their travel plans altogether.

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  13. Bowser Beer

    Bowser Beer: Beer for Dogs – Pack it up for your Dog when you Travel

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    One of Susie’s many male admirers brought an interesting and unique product to our attention that she would like to share with her many friends – Bowser Beer. What a great idea! Of course this beer is non-alcoholic and does not contain any hops which are toxic to dogs. In other words, do not give your dog human beer; instead buy him/her a supply of Bowser Beer.  

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  14. Rome View

    Luxury Patrol: Rome

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    Your head starts singing on such mentions, and the first time you see Rome, you know you'll be back. Yes, of course, go to the Fontana di Trevi, and throw your coins in the fountain to guarantee your return. So many old traditions and customs, Rome is an amazing mix of the truly ancient mixed in with 21st Century kids, technology, architecture - and it all works somehow.

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  15. Vieux Port

    Pet Patrol: Montreal, Quebec

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    On Sunday, June 9, 2013, Susie and I said our goodbyes to our new friends in St.Jean-sur-Richelieu and began our trek to our next overnight stop in Niagara Falls, Ontario. We only had limited time, but had a few hours in the morning to take a quick tour of Montreal.

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  16. Del Marcos Hotel

    Del Marcos Hotel: Palm Springs, California

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    Situated about 2 hours by car from Los Angeles is the fun-filled desert town of Palm Springs, the former playground of the Rat Pack, Elvis Presley and currently, the majority of stars in Hollywood. Talk about a great place to spend a week, or if you are visiting L.A., a long weekend away from the City.

    This town has it all – great restaurants, a lively night life, fantastic shopping, fabulous tours and some of the hippest hotels in the world. 

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  17. Bernardus Lodge

    Bernardus Lodge: Carmel Valley, California

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    Located just 2 hours south of San Francisco is a magnificent property surrounded by vineyards and mountains and fantastic food. Welcome to the Bernardus Lodge. Nestled about 20 minutes from the city of Carmel, you are greeted upon your arrival with a generous glass of wine from their vineyard – what could be a better start to your stay? Perhaps entering your room and seeing fresh flowers, a basket of goodies with fruit, cheese, chips and crackers along with 3 half bottles of wine and opening the door to your fridge and seeing cheese to accompany your crackers along with soft drinks.

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  18. JORDAN - Ahlan wa sah lan ("Welcome")

    JORDAN - Ahlan wa sah lan ("Welcome")

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    Jordan is one of the most culturally rich and magnificent places to visit in the entire world.  The breadth of civilization and depth of history is overwhelming: from the Nabateans to the Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Umayyads to the Ottomans, the history truly humbles one's knowledge of ancient cultures and traditions.  The visitor immediately recognizes the graciousness of the people, who represent a crossroads of cultures: there is a mixture of Palestinian, Chechen, Turkmen, Circassian, and Druze.  The one word that best describes this country is tolerance.... and a celebration of cultural diversity.  This is reflected in their artwork and cuisine.

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  19. Photo by Mike Miller

    Cleveland Art Museum: Cleveland, Ohio

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    Our visit to the Cleveland Art Museum was awe-inspiring. Their collections are World Class. They have integrated state-of-the-art technology as a way to showcase and teach about their collections. They told us that every major museum in the world has visited to check out their new gallery that utilizes an Artlens app on an iPad as a wireless interactive personal guide for visitors.

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  20. Acoma Indians - Photo by Mike Miller

    Route 66 Acoma Indians

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    Route 66 took us off the beaten path to discover the amazing Acoma Indians. Members of the Acoma tribe have continuously lived atop a 70-acre plateau called Sky City since 1000 A.D. That’s right- 500 years before Columbus hit our shores in 1492. Sky City is nearly 370 feet above the canyon floor in the desert of Western New Mexico. About 50 Acoma Indians now inhabit the once thriving Pueblo.

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  21. Blondee at D'Angelo

    D’Angelo and Mill Valley, California

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    I truly love this town. It is close to San Francisco, 11 minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge and reminds me of a lot of the magical New England towns. It is very picturesque and is surrounded by canyons and hillsides of Mount Tamalpais. The weather here is nice most of the year and is just a few minutes from Tiburon and the ferry. The Mill Valley Inn is a great place to stay....415.389.6608.  The first place I always need to visit is Mill Valley Market. There is parking right next to it and that is where I begin my day. They have everything true chefs and foodies would LOVE in this market. I usually can spend a good hour in here and always come back to walk out to the car with purchases.

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  22. Grand Lucayan Bahamas

    Grand Lucayan Bahamas

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    For many years, I took groups of people on charter flights to Freeport, Grand Bahama Island. Oh, those were the days - unfortunately, the charter flights stopped, economies took a hit, 2 hurricanes came through, and the number of tourists dropped. The good news is that things are looking up and people are returning to visit this friendly and fun island. There are some changes from my trips from the past and now most of the activity centers around Lucaya where the magnificent Grand Lucayan Hotel sits overlooking the turquoise waters of the ocean. You have a choice of 3 types of views – the Marina, The Island and the Ocean – obviously, the price goes up for an ocean view, but it is so breathtaking, you may want to spend the extra cash.

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  23. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (Photo by Mike Miller)

    The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Cleveland, Ohio

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    The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has a huge collection of the personal artifacts from almost all the Rock and Rollers you know and love. This includes the musical instruments, cars, vans, clothes, advertising, handwritten song lyrics, gold records, jewelry, and much, much more. 

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  24. Marlboro Meeting House

    On the Road to Marlboro

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    After a night of rest in Albany, NY, Susie was ready to roll to dog camp registration at the camp located at Marlboro College in Marlboro, VT. Fortunately the patrol team was only 70 miles away, so could make a leisurely drive to Marlboro taking in the interesting sites and places along the way. Registration was from 12:30 to 2:30 pm so we had time to have a good breakfast, load up and enjoy the drive down NY 7 and VT 9.

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  25. Valentine & Midwinter Escapes in Harrodsburg, KY

    Valentine & Midwinter Escapes in Harrodsburg, KY

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    Two of Kentucky’s most famous inns are giving couples a reason to venture out into the cold this winter. Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, the country’s largest private collection of original 19th century buildings and Kentucky’s largest National Historic Landmark, and Beaumont Inn, Kentucky’s oldest family-operated Country Inn and recipient of a James Beard America’s Classic Award, are offering Valentine’s Day and Midwinter Escape packages.

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