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  1. Colter Bay Photo by Richena Holbert

    Colter Bay Village: Grand Teton National Park

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    The beautiful thing about traveling in an RV is that you’re always at home. Sleeping in your own comfy bed, a pantry full of favorite foods, clothes hanging neatly in a closet instead of crammed into a suitcase. And when you move from place to place, you never have to unpack.

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  2. Marbella, Spain

    Marbella, Spain

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    Marbella, deep into Southern Spain, the region known as Andalucía, is one of the world's greatest and most famous resorts for the super-rich and very famous.  Its renewed popularity came with the advent of two concepts spearheaded by several great and famous men.

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  3. Salmon

    Pacific: Monte Carlo, Monaco

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    We know that Monaco is one of the most elegant, richest places in the world. It is a dream place for a dream time. It is very expensive to visit here, so special if you can come. The architecture is dreamy and beautiful people are everywhere. This is a lovely province on The French Riviera that has a very famous Monarchy. It is true opulence here.

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  4. Lisbon, Portugal

    Lisboa, Portugal: “Golden Age of Discovery”

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    Today scientists and astronomers plan their visits to space, the moon, mars and beyond, but in the 16 Century Lisboa was the center of the universe where royalty, under the direction of Prince Henry the Navigator, underwrote the explorations to other lands – with such explorers as Vasco da Gama, Magellan, Cabral at the helm.

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Palm Island (Photo by Mike Miller)

    Palm Island, Florida

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    My favorite travel quote comes from Jack Kerouac. It is “Live, Travel, Adventure, Bless, and don’t be sorry”. We set out on our road trip to Palm Island, Florida with this thought guiding our way. We knew our destination was a 6-minute ferry ride to our very own island for a week. We also knew we would end up in the heart of the great shelling on the Southwestern coast of Florida. 

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  9. St.Constantine Church

    Glyfada, Greece: The Beverly Hills of Athens

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    Many of us baby boomers have planned multiple travel itineraries not only for domestic but for international travel.  Let's face it – we have done it all from our backpacking/walking adventures to first class travel tours either by land or by sea we are the experts in travel planning!  We were the first generation as college kids to back pack across the world and to revel in our cultural exchanges from people from other lands!

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  10. Puerto Banus

    Marbella, Spain: Romantic Get-a-way for your Valentine

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    The holidays are over and with it we have packed up the decorations as well as completed those gift exchanges!  One word that keeps penetrating our thoughts as we try unsuccessfully to ignore … escape!  

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  11. Celebrate with Myrtle Beach’s 60 More Days of Summer and Sixtieth Birthday Promotion!

    Celebrate with Myrtle Beach’s 60 More Days of Summer and Sixtieth Birthday Promotion!

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    Looking for a really cool vacation and great way to save? Head to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina this fall and take advantage of a promotion that celebrates those turning 60 this year. As part of the 60 More Days of Summer campaign, any person born in 1956 can enjoy attractions and restaurants at prices reflecting the year of their birth. Called "Get Carded," visitors must show a valid ID and can save in September and October at participating venues across the Myrtle Beach area.

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  12. Best Baby Boomer Destinations in 2017

    Best Baby Boomer Destinations in 2017

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    As we all know, baby boomers are the generation of Americans that were born after the World War II. These baby boomers are already starting to make travel plans for 2017. They are now getting ready to retire and their kids have grown and probably left their house. Are you a baby boomer? Why not take a look at these following destinations for baby boomers that are worth seeing?

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  13. Armenia

    Looking Forward to a Cultural, Culinary, and Jewish Heritage Tour to Georgia and Armenia with My 80-year-old Mother – Part II: Armenia

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    Last week, I shared the Georgia part of a culinary, cultural, and heritage tour that I will be taking May 27-June 9, to Georgia and Armenia with my 80-year-old mother. This week, I want to highlight what we will experience in Armenia, June 5-9, 2017. This portion of the trip is just $1420! 

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  14. Mansion Property

    The Mansion at Ocean Edge Resort and Golf: Brewster, Massachusetts

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    Ah, summer time, and the living is easy! Well, if you’re on Cape Cod and staying at The Mansion at Ocean Edge that certainly appears to be true. The Cape is full of laid back activities that will remind Baby Boomers of vacations we took in our youth. Not many high rise hotels, water parks and fast food restaurants, just nature, family and fun.

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  15. Suklyabashi Jiro

    Suklyabashi Jiro: Tokyo, Japan

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    This is a very tiny sushi bar in Tokyo that makes the best sushi in the entire world. It is a 3 time Michelin star winner. The cost of 20 pieces is around 300.00 and they do not take credit cards here! This is not a place you will find California rolls. I have grown to love and even crave sushi and this is the best for just that. There are only 10 seats here, near a subway station, so you can imagine why this is the hardest reservation to make ever. It takes up to a year!

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  16. Mykonos

    Luxury Patrol: Mykonos, Greece

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    MYKONOS – is just possibly THE most famous of all the Greek Islands. And a well-deserved honor - as well as being Party Central for the country...

     

    One of the famed Cyclades Islands, Mykonos's fame and notoriety goes back hundreds of years. A war ground between so many differing factions, Mykonos reflects the grandeur of its history, as well as the excitement and modernity of being one of Europe's top tourist island destinations.

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  17. 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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  18. West Baden Springs (Photo by Mike Miller)

    West Baden Springs Hotel

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    West Baden Springs Hotel is a world-class spa built around a mineral springs in the middle of rural Southern Indiana. Built in 1902, it consists of a six-story domed atrium that is 200 feet in diameter. When you first see this unique structure, you are sure to wonder how and why it is located in Southern Indiana. 

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  19. View on Chicago iver

    On the Beaten Path in Chicago

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    We love Chicago.  It’s a city of big ideas with great public art in large open spaces.  One of the best way’s we have found to truly understand the remarkable vision Chicago’s builders had is to take the Chicago Architecture Foundation Cruise.

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  20. 4th Hole

    Kinsale and The Old Head Golf Links

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    Imagine combining the rugged beauty of the Irish coastline with one of the finest and most spectacular golf courses Mother Nature and bundles of money could create.

    Then throw in five-star dining and the ability to arrive by helicopter. Well, you’d be forgiven for thinking it all sounds too good to be true.

    Yet this was the vision of Irish brothers John and Patrick O’Connor when they purchased the Old Head promontory in 1989 and spent the next decade creating the incredible Old Head Golf Links.

    The fact that these links appear to have been there since time immemorial is testament to the O’Connor’s publicity statement which reads that the course is: “In keeping and in harmony with its surroundings” and simply “helping nature to fulfil its potential”.

    It may all sound like Irish blarney, but the reality is, it’s all true.

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  21. Chevre d'Or Eze | Photo courtesy of Tripadvisor

    Monte Carlo, Monaco: Part Two

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    SBM rules and reigns supreme in Monaco.  In addition to the grande hotels of bygone years, they own the two major Beach Hotels.  The famed Monte Carlo Beach Club, with its world famous concert facility the Sporting Club.  And the new SBM shuttle buses take you between these destinations during your stay at the SBM hotels.

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  22. Shaker Village (Photo by Richie Holbert)

    Shaker Village - Pleasant Hill, Kentucky

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    For a brief and beautiful time, around the turn of the last century, utopian societies were in full swing. The shining jewel of these enterprises is Shaker Village in Pleasant Hill, Kentucky. 

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  23. Kogart

    Kogart: Budapest, Hungary

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    The Kogart restaurant is on the ground floor of one of Budapest’s most beautiful old villas. I so want to experience this beautiful culture and city someday. I love the people from here. I have a very soft spot for Budapest, we will just say it must be magical....people fall madly madly in love here, that I know for sure.

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  24. Kiawah Island

    KIAWAH ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA

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    “Kiawah should have been a poem,” someone wrote years ago, and how true those words are. Our first trip to Kiawah, May 1980, came about because of a friend’s recommendation. “What a funny name,” I said. He explained, “It’s named for the Indian tribe that lived there during the 1600s. In 1699, a so-called pirate named George Raynor was granted the land and after that, the island was handed down through two different families for the next 250 years. It was purchased again in 1951 then, sold to a real estate developer. You won’t believe how beautiful it is,” he promised.

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  25. Golf at Son Vida

    Palma, Majorca and Son Muntaner Golf Club

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    The Balearic Islands that lie to the east of mainland Spain often receive a bad press but, in many respects, it’s hard to know why.

    Maybe it’s because of Ibiza’s infamy for being the late night party capital of Europe, or because areas of Menorca and Majorca (or more locally Mallorca) have sold their soul to high-rise package holiday firms catering for the ‘cheap and cheerful’ all-inclusive brigade.

    But look deeper and, on the island of Majorca in particular, you will unearth many stunningly beautiful regions with graceful Moorish towns, marvellous beaches and sporting facilities that rival many of the world’s most exclusive resorts.

    Avoiding all-night raves like the plague, I travelled to Palma, the historic capital city of Majorca which is the largest of the five Balearic Islands. A beautiful ancient fortified town, I arrived to play golf, try the tapas and taste some wonderful, locally produced red wines. I left, just longing for more.

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