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Ambitious Travel Plans For 2020 – Retirement Travel Article

Ambitious Travel Plans For 2020 Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest0 Some Great Travel Plans Booked For 2020 When we entered 2019, we had no travel plans booked. Although it did not take us long before we filled the calendar! For our travel plans for 2020, several trips are already booked. And we have some thoughts for other travel plans for the year. We will hit our 100th country visited in 2020. It was a very busy travel year in 2019.…

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Via Dolorosa Walking Tour With Photos – Retirement Travel Article

Via Dolorosa Walking Tour With Photos What Is The Via Dolorosa?The Via Dolorosa and Souvenir ShopThe Via Dolorosa meaning ‘Sorrowful Way’ or ‘Way of Suffering,’ is a processional route for Christian pilgrims in the Old City of Jerusalem. It is said to be the path that Jesus walked on the way to his crucifixion. Visiting each station of the cross along the Via Dolorosa should be part of any visit to Jerusalem or holy land pilgrimage.We decided to make our…

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At the very start of the Mississippi River – Retirement Travel Article

At the very start of the Mississippi River Years ago, we went through Minnesota from the west on our way to Duluth/Superior but never got up north to see the Headwaters of the Mississippi so this time, we planned better.The river starts out as a stream leaving Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota then travels all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico. The yellow circles show where the Headwaters are and where we’re standing and where it exits into…

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17 Simple Professional Tips for Easy Travel Hair Care – Retirement Travel Article

17 Simple Professional Tips for Easy Travel Hair Care Traveling means self-discovery, sight-seeing and a break from reality, but your hair still needs some love! Read on to discover how the pros tackle easy travel hair care. Jet-setting to exotic locations is the perfect pick-me-up. Whether it’s sandy beaches, jaw-dropping mountain scenery or sightseeing in exciting cities, you deserve a break. With that in mind so does your hair, and going on vacation isn’t necessarily a break for your locks…

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Waterfalls, Taconite pebbles and morning pies – Retirement Travel Article

Waterfalls, Taconite pebbles and morning pies The North Shore drive in Minnesota is supposed to be one of the best drives to take soooo….we decided to try it out.The line in blue is the North Shore route we took…about 140 miles. We got up early in order to get to the Rustic Inn at 8am when they opened as it was a Saturday during Memorial Day weekend. Boy are we glad we did! We were first in the restaurant, followed…

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The Best of The Christmas Season – Retirement Travel Article

The Best of The Christmas Season Each year for the past several years I’ve published a list of Christmas quotes; a list of inspiration if you will. It’s no surprise that I think the past couple of years, in particular, have found many of us in need of a little extra dose of holiday inspiration; something to help us find joy in the moment while we hold on to hope for the future. Maybe some sort of Christmas miracle?  Or,…

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Top 5 Travel Experience Gifts: Fun Travel Gifts, Not Stuff | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

Top 5 Travel Experience Gifts: Fun Travel Gifts, Not Stuff | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: November 15, 2019)For people who like travel, experience gifts are perfect. Our short list of best experience gifts will ensure the most fun travel gifts come from you!It’s hard not to disagree with the benefits of planning to give experiences instead of gifts that risk taking up space and not being used. But, coming up with Christmas gift experience ideas or thinking about experience…

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Our Checklist To Prepare For Travel – Retirement Travel Article

Our Checklist To Prepare For Travel Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest0 We Have A Detailed Checklist To Prepare For Travel Anyone who followed us for awhile, just knows we must have a detailed checklist to prepare for travel. The checklist is in a spreadsheet. And David and I have our own. The checklist has two sections. One for things to do before we leave home. And the other is things to pack. Both sections are critical to make sure we…

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A Walk Across Prague’s Charles Bridge, Three Towers and Thirty Statues – Retirement Travel Article

A Walk Across Prague’s Charles Bridge, Three Towers and Thirty Statues   It took us three tries to make it all the way across the Charles Bridge but, like they say, “The third time’s the charm.”  Following a leisurely river boat tour that introduced us to the city of Prague on both sides of the river Vltava, we joined the throngs of tourists and passed through the Old Town Bridge Tower to walk a short distance onto the bridge. The…

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Brandywine Valley Yuletide Road Trip – Retirement Travel Article

Brandywine Valley Yuletide Road Trip Sometimes, the best travel treasures can be found in one’s backyard, or within just a couple of hours drive.  Road trips are probably our most favorite mode of travel, followed closely by train travel.  We decided to jump start our Christmas holiday with a yuletide road trip that took us just beyond our backyard to the Brandywine Valley which stretches across the borders of Pennsylvania and Delaware. Havre de Grace, Maryland Driving north, but before…

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Authors and Books that Inspire Travel: A Bookworm’s Guide | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

Authors and Books that Inspire Travel: A Bookworm’s Guide | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: November 16, 2019)We keep a running list of the books that inspire travel for ourselves. Hopefully, you’ll see some old favorites and some new books to try!What do you do to inspire travel for yourself? Much of the time, our travel inspiration comes in the pages of a book. We eagerly await new titles from our favorite authors, and we’re always on the lookout for…

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