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Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort & Spa – Review – Retirement Travel Article

Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort & Spa – Review Post Last Modified – May 17, 2020 A Review Of Our Stay At The Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort & Spa by Marriott If your travel plans include a trip to Victoria, British Columbia then be sure to check out the beautiful Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort & Spa. This Resort is ideally located in the heart of the city. It’s within easy walking distance to the beautiful inner harbour and…

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Princess Cruise Line Cruise Vacations [Exploring] – Retirement Travel Article

Princess Cruise Line Cruise Vacations [Exploring] Post Last Modified – May 03, 2020 Planning Princess Cruise Line Cruise Vacations There’s no better time than now to experience a Princess Cruise Line Vacation. Princess is rated among the best Cruise Lines in the world, and for very good reason! Have you been thinking about taking that long awaited cruise vacation? Are you like me and always keeping a sharp eye out for finding all inclusive cruise deals out there? Well look…

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Things To Do In Krakow, Poland – Retirement Travel Article

Things To Do In Krakow, Poland With so much to see and do in Krakow, Jonathan and I fell very quickly in love with this city. It was one of those cities that if it had a better climate and was closer to the ocean, we would have moved there in a heartbeat. The city of Krakow offers beautiful architecture, incredible food, and was fun to explore – everything we love. But, although we won’t be moving there or anywhere…

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Drive Scenic Byway 24 To Goblins Valley And Capitol Reef – Retirement Travel Article

Drive Scenic Byway 24 To Goblins Valley And Capitol Reef Take The Scenic Byway 24 To Goblins Valley And Capitol Reef On the transit day from our stay in Moab to a short overnight stop in Richfield, we took the Scenic Byway 24 to Goblins Valley and Capitol Reef. The drive itself was fascinating with many places along the road for interesting sights. A short stop in Goblins Valley State park provided us with a fun and whimsical view of…

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Things We Learned About Travel And Cruising During The COVID-19 Pandemic – Retirement Travel Article

Things We Learned About Travel And Cruising During The COVID-19 Pandemic So Many Lessons Learned About Travel And Cruising During The COVID-19 Pandemic We were just two of many who learned a lot about travel and cruising during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of these lessons will carry forward to any trip we plan going forward. It will take awhile before we feel completely safe about travelling. And our diligence when we travel will be higher. We Were Cruising South America When…

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Stay Pain Free While Traveling – Helpful Tips – Retirement Travel Article

Stay Pain Free While Traveling – Helpful Tips Post Last Modified – April 03, 2020 Tips To Help You Stay Pain Free While Traveling I was so fortunate a short while ago, to be approached by a Professional Chiropractor who wished to contribute a guest post, offering to write about a few very helpful tips on how to Stay Pain Free While Traveling. Over the years, I’ve sustained a number of injuries, which as I’ve grown older, have contributed to…

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Things We Love And Hate About Hotels – Retirement Travel Article

Things We Love And Hate About Hotels Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest7 Many Chances To Experience What We Love And Hate About Hotels We spent 175 nights away from home in 2019. There were 136 nights in hotels and another 39 nights cruising. Our nights away from home were spent across all levels of accommodations. So we had a lot of experiences that informed the list of things we love and hate about hotels. It was always great when hotels…

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Getting “Stuck” in Las Vegas – Retirement Travel Article

Getting “Stuck” in Las Vegas Okay, so the title isn’t that great but it’s appropriate. Check it out.You don’t want to stumble into this one! We really like cactus plants….something about them that is so unique…and there are so many varieties.Look how protective the thorns are for this plant. Nicely laid out gardens with spacing between each one. In the desert, they’re not always so spread out. You got to love the symmetry of the thorns…so evenly spaced and each…

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Social Distancing & A Bit of Quirk – Retirement Travel Article

Social Distancing & A Bit of Quirk Social distancing. It’s the new catch phrase (hashtag). Unless you’ve been living in the most remote parts of the world, you’re well-aware of the headlines. The coronavirus has been declared, by the world health organization, to be a pandemic. And, to go along with that bit of news, it has been suggested, worldwide, that we all engage in the practice of social distancing. Called It! Before the virus really took hold in Europe,…

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On our way again ! – Retirement Travel Article

On our way again ! Trip to get to Wells was gorgeous. High desert and snow still on the Nevada mountains. Lots and lots of acres of sage…as far as you can see. Nice view of the snow-covered hills from our RV park. Went to a Burger King for the first time years….got a fish sandwich, which The Wife loved and I got a Double Whopper…not bad. But, we won’t do Burger King for a while. Got some fuel at…

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