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2019 Favorite Holiday Gift Gadgets for Every Traveler – Retirement Travel Article

2019 Favorite Holiday Gift Gadgets for Every Traveler Each year we like to put out the best of the best products we use daily on our travels. Some make it from the previous years but others don’t. When we find something better, we typically switch. Only if we actually use the products do they make it in this Holiday Gift Gadgets post. ITEMS UNDER $10 Nite Ize Original Gear Ties These small twisty ties on hormones are the perfect holiday…

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See Skofja Loka, Slovenia’s Best-Preserved Medieval Village – Retirement Travel Article

See Skofja Loka, Slovenia’s Best-Preserved Medieval Village The charmingly picturesque town of Skofja Loka, meaning Bishop’s Meadows, is considered to be the best-preserved medieval city in Slovenia. Located roughly halfway between Ljubljana and Lake Bled, this delightful town is certainly worth a visit.Skofja LokaA Little HistoryThe first written records of what was once the bustling market town of Skofja Loka date back to 1248. Although mentions of the town date as far back to 973!Škofja Loka gained its city rights…

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Le Germain Hotel Toronto Maple Leaf Square – Retirement Travel Article

Le Germain Hotel Toronto Maple Leaf Square A Review Of Our Stay At Le Germain Hotel In Toronto Arriving by train into Toronto on our cross Canada rail journey, we couldn’t have chosen a better place to spend our time in the city. Le Germain Hotel Toronto Maple Leaf Square was absolutely perfect for our 3 night stay. A beautiful upper scale luxury boutique hotel in downtown Toronto. Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square – Location The hotel’s location is…

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A Fun Off-Road Jeep Adventure In Moab – Retirement Travel Article

A Fun Off-Road Jeep Adventure In Moab Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest4 We Got More Than We Bargained For On Our Off-Road Jeep Adventure We did so many great day trips from Moab, Utah. This was our base to explore many of the Utah National Parks. The National Parks provided stunning scenery at every point. But our off-road jeep adventure in Moab satisfied our need for an adrenaline rush. We thought we booked a simple off-road trip along the sand…

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So much construction ! – Retirement Travel Article

So much construction ! I cannot wait to get away from the cities and get out west. Cannot believe all the road/interstate construction going on. From Gulport, Mississippi to Houston and beyond, we ran into major road repairs where the lanes shrank down so thin that I was sure I’m going to lose my mirrors any minute. Accident on I-10. We sat in one place for 1 hour and 45 minutes! Good thing we have an on-board bathroom. We thought…

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The Story Behind James Madison’s Montpelier – Retirement Travel Article

The Story Behind James Madison’s Montpelier I couldn’t help but notice the boxes of tissue as we entered the screening room at James Madison’s Montpelier.  By the end of the film, I understood the need.  Although it didn’t actually bring tears to my eyes, the story of Ellen and the enslaved community in which she lived at Montpelier, tugged at my heart.  It left me wanting to learn more. The Nation’s Capital One of the best perks about living on…

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Travel Tech Essentials: Newly Updated with Practical Travel Gifts Sure to Please | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

Travel Tech Essentials: Newly Updated with Practical Travel Gifts Sure to Please | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: November 16, 2019) Our travel tech essentials list is newly updated for practical travel gifts sure to please frequent travelers, business road warriors or holiday weekenders. Technology can enhance or hinder a quality travel experience. For us, travel tech essentials need to be dependable, versatile, lightweight and save space. For the practical traveler tech is asked to perform multiple functions and stand up…

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Japan – Retirement Travel Article

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Japan Mount Fuji, or Fujisan as the Japanese call it, is the most photographed place on earth.Japan is home to 23 UNESCO World Heritage sites, 19 cultural and four natural sites. The most famous, of course, is Mount Fuji, which also is the most photographed place on earth. Cultural (19) Natural (4) Ogasawara Islands (2011) Shirakami-Sanchi (1993) Shiretoko (2005) Yakushima (1993) You can help yourself get ready for your own travels by reading our Get…

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Nepal – Totally amazing even without the trekking – Retirement Travel Article

Nepal – Totally amazing even without the trekking If you’ve seen my Facebook postings, you know I’ve become totally sick of travel.  Have now been on the road nearly 6 months, and so ready to go home.  However, I’m locked into my Frequent Flier Miles return ticket, and that has me being in Nepal for 30 days. What could I do for 30 days?  My body with its finicky knees and back can only do so much “soft” trekking.  …

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Taste Halifax Food & Beer Tours – Review – Retirement Travel Article

Taste Halifax Food & Beer Tours – Review A Review Of The Taste Halifax Food & Beer Tour If you have been following my blog, then you know one of our favorite things to do when traveling is taking a food tour. On our visit to Halifax, Nova Scotia we did just that. We enjoyed a wonderful driven food experience with Taste Halifax Food & Beer Tours. A Fully Guided Driving Food, Beer & Wine Experience Eat Halifax Food and…

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