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7 Fun Brain Training Ideas To Enrich Your Retirement – Retirement Travel Article

7 Fun Brain Training Ideas To Enrich Your Retirement When it comes to living a long, happy, and healthy life, the formula is simple, well-known and widely accepted; healthy eating plus physical exercise equals longevity! But as we retire, there’s a third element which becomes an important part of the long-life formula: brain fitness. Throughout our working lives, we generally utilize our brains, keeping them active regardless of the industry in which we work. When our careers come to an…

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Southern Utah is Amazing ! – Retirement Travel Article

Southern Utah is Amazing ! After leaving Vegas, we traveled north to the town of Kanab, Utah where we’ve meant to visit the last three times we’ve “done” Utah. Finally, we’re going to get there to see the surrounding sites and vistas…and what sites they are !Let’s start with Zion National Park. The main draw for the park is the west and valley floor area but the east entrance road is spectacular as well so that’s what we wanted to…

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uncommongoods For Unique & Creative Artisan Crafts – Retirement Travel Article

uncommongoods For Unique & Creative Artisan Crafts   Choose uncommongoods For Unique Artisan Created Gifts Online I received a welcoming email a short while ago regarding an invitation to promote a very reputable online and catalogue retailer known as uncommongoods. This company has been successfully operating since 1999 based in the United States. This sparked an interest and I decided to take a closer look at what they had to offer. Was I impressed with their huge array of unique…

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A Day Trip to Channel Islands National Park – Retirement Travel Article

A Day Trip to Channel Islands National Park Kris on the trail at Santa Cruz, one of the Channel Islands.Channel Islands National Park is truly one of the joys of the US National Park system, because even though it’s located off densely populated Southern California, it’s a bit difficult to get to. Which is to say, you can’t drive there. And to most Southern Californians, if you can’t drive there, it doesn’t really exist. So, a park that doesn’t really…

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7 Fall Things To Do In Tucson Arizona – Retirement Travel Article

7 Fall Things To Do In Tucson Arizona Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest0 We Explored Tucson And Found Lots Of Things To See And Do Tucson was the final stop on our fall trip to Utah and Arizona. We planned a great pampering stay at the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain. But also took some time and explored some of the fall things to do on Tucson, Arizona. We were not surprised to find that there were many reasons to head back…

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5 Reasons Why You Needn’t Leave America For The Vacation Of A Lifetime | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

5 Reasons Why You Needn’t Leave America For The Vacation Of A Lifetime | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: January 4, 2020)Image by Angelique Johnson from PixabayWhether it’s a family holiday, a trip with friends, or solo adventure, vacations are sure to provide moments you’ll cherish forever. While there are many issues to consider, the choice of destination will have a huge impact on your enjoyment. Trips to Europe, South America, and Asia have grown in popularity. But you can…

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Cruise From Long Beach In The Holiday Season – Retirement Travel Article

Cruise From Long Beach In The Holiday Season Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest0 We Started Our California Cruise In Long Beach We headed south to cruise from Long Beach in the holiday season. It was a short 7 day cruise along the California coast. With one stop south in sunny and hot Mexico. When we planned our California cruise, we debated a few options on where to stay when we arrived. On previous visits to Los Angeles we stayed out…

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When Harry Met Sally & Auld Lang Syne – Retirement Travel Article

When Harry Met Sally & Auld Lang Syne I’m not a big fan of New Year’s Eve and all that it entails.  I’d much rather snuggle up for the evening with the one I love most, with a big bowl of popcorn, and watch a classic movie, such as the one I share every year at this time.  And, this year because I think we all need an extra hug, I’m including my absolute favorite version of Auld Lang Syne…

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The Year in Photos 2019 – Retirement Travel Article

The Year in Photos 2019 Backstreet Cultural Center in Treme, New OrleansWhether our trips are long or short, we all try to preserve our travel memories with photos. It’s not uncommon for us to search through our photo libraries just to figure out when we traveled where. No matter how much we take notes and post stories, it’s our photography that shows us, indisputably, where we were last February (Vietnam), or in February 2012 (Vietnam). This last week of December, we’re…

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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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