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Painless Ways to Save Money on Hotel Room Bookings | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

Painless Ways to Save Money on Hotel Room Bookings | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: September 23, 2019) Usually the hotel is one of the most expensive parts of any vacation. If you want to help yourself here, then it behooves you to be savvy with the money you have. Book Early or Late If you are staying in a popular hotel then it is always a good idea for you to book early. Sought-after hotels tend to fill up…

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Things To See And Do On A Day In Edinburgh – Retirement Travel Article

Things To See And Do On A Day In Edinburgh Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest1 A Quick Visit To Edinburgh The first port on the second leg of our cruise through the Nordic countries was in Edinburgh. This was our first visit to Scotland and we were excited to spend a day in Edinburgh. It certainly was a great tease to want us to return. When we saw that there was a stop in Edinburgh, I reached out to fellow…

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Things to do in Ljubljana, Slovenia – Retirement Travel Article

Things to do in Ljubljana, Slovenia View of the City From Ljubljana CastleThere are so many things to do in Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital, and largest city. It’s a town that’s best explored on foot. It’s not a large city, but when you do tire from walking, you’re never too far away from one of many riverside bars or cafes.Ljubljana owes much of its current charm to a catastrophe. In 1895, a devastating earthquake reduced much of the area to ruins.…

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You can (sort of) go home again – Retirement Travel Article

You can (sort of) go home again There are a few places on earth where I feel like my soul is at home. Where the psychic roots run deep, my DNA is buzzing contentedly, and I always feel a welcome familiarity no matter how long I have been gone. One of those places is the Texas Hill Country, land of my mother’s clan and a rocky, rolling landscape  of cedar, winding creeks and limestone bungalows. The other, oddly, is Pittsburgh…

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MAMA MERI’S TRAVEL DEBACLE | Retirednomad’s Blog – Retirement Travel Article

MAMA MERI’S TRAVEL DEBACLE | Retirednomad’s Blog I, Meri Mendelsohn Murphy, aka Retired Nomad, qualify as a seasoned, experienced, frequent traveler. This does not, however, preclude me from just having had my second worst ever air travel experience, nor from the accompanying distress. Here’s the outline: I had 4 flights scheduled today. Final destination Rome, where I was to meet a dear friend. Starting point: Spokane, WA, my hometown. Was proud of my efficient packing – did not check luggage. Flight…

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Coffs Coast Beaches: Sawtell to Nambucca Heads – Retirement Travel Article

Coffs Coast Beaches: Sawtell to Nambucca Heads Coffs Coast Beaches: Sawtell to Nambucca Heads – 50 Shades of AgeSpread the love” /> Don’t miss new posts! Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.…

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Pandere Travel Shoes Review – LifePart2.com – Retirement Travel Article

Pandere Travel Shoes Review – LifePart2.com I’m not sure if Jonathan and I just have really big feet or we just keep moving to countries where people have tiny feet. Whatever the reason, buying shoes is always a nightmare.When our new friends from Pandere Shoes contacted us and said, ‘Hey, we have a new range of shoes perfect for travelling. Want to try them?’We didn’t need to be asked twice. Um, but we did wonder if they cater for size enormous…

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Training to be a Kiwi – Retirement Travel Article

Training to be a Kiwi I’ve been living  in New Zealand nearly four months and this is a story about what just happened in my backyard. It’s a NZ story, because it involves sheep, and there are A LOT of sheep in NZ. FOUR STROPPY SHEEP Above you can see the four stroppy sheep who live in the part of my backyard shared with six neighbors. The foreground shows its overgrown nature. Making it less overgrown is a job of…

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Why geographic arbitrage is so important to retire early and what you can do to about it – Early Retirement Now – Retirement Travel Article

Why geographic arbitrage is so important to retire early and what you can do to about it – Early Retirement Now Today we feature a Guest Post from my blogging buddy Benjamin Davis. A very exciting and important topic: Geographic arbitrage! Benjamin holds a Ph.D. and decided to become a landlord to retire early. He writes on From cents to Retirement, a blog about early retirement and real estate investing. He also wrote the book My strategy to retire early…

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Four Extraordinary Acres Under Glass – Retirement Travel Article

Four Extraordinary Acres Under Glass We like to feel as if all of our travel experiences are wonderful, even though some travel days are less than successful, but every now and then we’ll find ourselves somewhere extraordinary.  It’s such a surprise when it happens. With an estimated 1.5 million visitors per year, Longwood Gardens in Kennett, Pennsylvania is one of those extraordinary surprises.  We knew our visit to the gardens would be wonderful, but the surprise came in the fact that…

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Why Choosing A City Break Is Such A Wonderful Idea | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

Why Choosing A City Break Is Such A Wonderful Idea | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: September 24, 2019) Photo by Alex Knight on UnsplashWhen it comes to your vacation time, you need to make sure you spend it wisely. Of course, any time away from work and out of town is pretty awesome, but you’re going to be back soon enough, so you’ll want to ensure that the fun and the experience is maximised. Because of the vastness of this world we…

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