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Sedona Wine Tasting In The Verde Valley – Retirement Travel Article

Sedona Wine Tasting In The Verde Valley Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest0 Wine Tasting In The Verde Valley From Sedona We did wine tasting all over North America in 2019. So when we heard there were wineries in the area, we planned a day to go Sedona wine tasting in the Verde Valley (Green Valley). Ice wines tastings in the Niagara Region of Canada started our year. We then enjoyed wine tasting experiences in Temecula and around the Napa Valley.…

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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 Rant-A-Thon From a US and a Canadian Expat: Bureaucratic Contortions – Retirement Travel Article

A Rant-A-Thon From a US and a Canadian Expat: Bureaucratic Contortions Sagres, Portugal A few weeks ago my Canadian blogger friend, Frank, at The Travels of BbqBoy and Spanky  reached out to me with an idea he had for a collaborative post called, “The Absolute Worst Thing About Being a Fulltime Traveler,” comparing our different perspectives.  What made his idea intriguing was that our worst experiences actually have nothing to do with traveling full time or with being an expat,…

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Off The Beaten Path Scotland: Top Ten | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

Off The Beaten Path Scotland: Top Ten | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: November 21, 2019) Scotland boasts pristine, lesser-known locations for new and returning visitors alike. These are the top 10 off the beaten path Scotland destinations on our radar. Have you visited Scotland more than once and explored much of its natural and architectural wonders? Or maybe you don’t like overcrowded tourist attractions and want something more pristine and off the beaten path? Scotland will deliver! Photo CreditNo…

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Exploring The Venice Islands Is Easy! Here’s How To Do It! – Retirement Travel Article

Exploring The Venice Islands Is Easy! Here’s How To Do It! Unable to find a direct flight back to our current home in Malta after our week in Slovenia, we jumped in a shared taxi to nearby Italy. We had managed to find cheap flights home from Treviso Airport on Ryan Air. Now being so close to Venice, it would be silly not to spend at least a day there and see the Islands in Venice Lagoon, wouldn’t it?Both Jonathan…

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The Antebellum Houses of Natchez, Mississippi and Monuments of The Lost Cause – Retirement Travel Article

The Antebellum Houses of Natchez, Mississippi and Monuments of The Lost Cause Natchez- Vidalia Bridge, Mississippi River Like a lot of bloggers, we keep an idea list for future posts as well as rough outlines of posts we’ve decided to scrap or for some reason or other just couldn’t figure out how we wanted to write the story about our travels there.  But the events several days ago on August 11th and 12th in Charlottesville, Virginia, had us thinking about…

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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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Trekking in Nepal | Retirednomad’s Blog – Retirement Travel Article

Trekking in Nepal | Retirednomad’s Blog I LOVED my trek.  That’s the bottom line – from someone who does NOT like to hike.  I am also 68 and have current serious back pain (pinched nerve) and recently had serious (as in not being able to walk) knee problems. Now, back in Pokhara, the location from which my 5 day/4 night Poon Hill Trek began, I want to share what it was like.  It was such a surprise, not at all…

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Beware of the Buffet! And other unhealthy habits when on holidays – Retirement Travel Article

Beware of the Buffet! And other unhealthy habits when on holidays Beware of the Buffet! And other unhealthy habits when on holidays – 50 Shades of AgeSpread the love” /> Don’t miss new posts! Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog…

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Strick’s Retirement: New Summer Trip – Retirement Travel Article

Strick’s Retirement: New Summer Trip We are heading out for a short trip around Washington as that’s a state we’ve not been in very much. First stop though, is Baker City, Oregon where we will visit the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, the Snake River and a great breakfast place on the main street.This is a neat city…so colorful and historic with many old old buildings….from our breakfast table…This couple is getting married today…they’re checking on their arrangements…I think.We like to…

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