Retirement Travel

▷ Belcampo – Restaurant at Hudson Yards | – USA Travel Article

▷ Belcampo – Restaurant at Hudson Yards | There are many restaurants in New York that have a specialty, whether it’s a certain dish, product or way of preparing their menu. Belcampo is no different as they are known for their amazing pieces of meat. Belcampo started out on the West Coast with the idea of producing sustainable meat.ContentsAnya Fernald founded the chain and butcher in 2012 in California that features a 20,000 square foot USDA-approved slaughter facility designed by…

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The Perfect Napa Valley Day Trip from San Francisco | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

The Perfect Napa Valley Day Trip from San Francisco | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: March 13, 2020)Close to San Francisco, a day trip to Napa Valley is a great way for wine enthusiasts to experience California wine country.If you’re a wine enthusiast, the Napa Valley has probably been on your radar for some time. Brad Neathery via UnsplashIt’s not only one of the most famous wine regions in the world, but exploring this beautiful region is also one of the…

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3 Reasons to Visit Russian River, California (tubing + wine + beer) – USA Travel Article

3 Reasons to Visit Russian River, California (tubing + wine + beer) This post may contain affiliate links. We may receive a small commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase. Read Disclosure. Three reasons is all you need to visit Russian River California.This place in Sonoma County is all about three things: drinking good wine and good beer, and relaxation in tranquil settings.While Russian River is at the northern end of Sonoma County, it is not…

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Things We Love And Hate About Hotels – Retirement Travel Article

Things We Love And Hate About Hotels Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest7 Many Chances To Experience What We Love And Hate About Hotels We spent 175 nights away from home in 2019. There were 136 nights in hotels and another 39 nights cruising. Our nights away from home were spent across all levels of accommodations. So we had a lot of experiences that informed the list of things we love and hate about hotels. It was always great when hotels…

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Why You Must Go To Valletta and Try A Malta Food Tour! – Retirement Travel Article

Why You Must Go To Valletta and Try A Malta Food Tour! Our Group On The Valletta Food TourWhen our friends at Offbeat Malta Food Trails invited us on their Valletta Food Tour, we jumped at the opportunity. Jonathan and I love food tours; it’s such a great way to experience local food and also to learn a little about the history and culture of a region. And even though we have lived in Malta for a few months now, we…

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15 Cheapest Places To Live In The World: $1,000/Month (or Less) – USA Travel Article

15 Cheapest Places To Live In The World: $1,000/Month (or Less) During our 10 years on the road, we’ve found some of the cheapest places to live in the world, while enjoying an amazing lifestyle. Sometimes we spend for a month, sometimes for 6 months, it all depends on how we’re feeling at the time. Often we end up putting down some roots because we’ve been travelling too quickly and we need a break. Sometimes we’re housesitting /pet-sitting, or we…

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Getting “Stuck” in Las Vegas – Retirement Travel Article

Getting “Stuck” in Las Vegas Okay, so the title isn’t that great but it’s appropriate. Check it out.You don’t want to stumble into this one! We really like cactus plants….something about them that is so unique…and there are so many varieties.Look how protective the thorns are for this plant. Nicely laid out gardens with spacing between each one. In the desert, they’re not always so spread out. You got to love the symmetry of the thorns…so evenly spaced and each…

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Social Distancing & A Bit of Quirk – Retirement Travel Article

Social Distancing & A Bit of Quirk Social distancing. It’s the new catch phrase (hashtag). Unless you’ve been living in the most remote parts of the world, you’re well-aware of the headlines. The coronavirus has been declared, by the world health organization, to be a pandemic. And, to go along with that bit of news, it has been suggested, worldwide, that we all engage in the practice of social distancing. Called It! Before the virus really took hold in Europe,…

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Art of Crabbing Review | Me Want Travel – USA Travel Article

Art of Crabbing Review | Me Want Travel Crabbing is something that people do, but to be honest, I never thought I would be one of them. That all changed when Sharon asked me if I wanted to go crabbing because it was something she wanted to cross off her bucket list (and it was on mine too!). I’m down to try anything once and so with a quick Google search, we found the Art of Crabbing on Airbnb hosted by Alex.…

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Check Out These Pool Chair Etiquette Tips – Retirement Travel Article

Check Out These Pool Chair Etiquette Tips Yes There is Pool Chair Etiquette Have you ever been the victim of Pool Chair Hogging on your holidays?  Well we sure have and it appears that it is becoming more and more prevalent as years go by.  So much so, that I recently read a full page article in our weekly National news magazine the other day. The article stirred up my past experiences with this world wide problem.  First, take a…

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▷ Edge Observation Deck Review – USA Travel Article

▷ Edge Observation Deck Review Our visit to the Edge observation deck openingOn the 100th floor of the 30 Hudson Yards skyscraper in New York, visitors to Edge will experience a 360-degree view of NYC. There’s a glass floor that makes you feel like you’re walking on air. Since it’s a new observation deck, it’s a new view of NYC that you’ve never seen before. We have seen a lot and visited all the observation decks in New York, but…

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