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Things To Consider When Booking A Holiday | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

Things To Consider When Booking A Holiday | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: February 17, 2020)Being able to travel around the world is a luxury, and whether you have a yearly holiday or it’s something you do on special occasions, it’s good to plan it carefully to ensure you get the most out of your trip away. The reason why is that not everyone can get the experience of seeing the world and therefore it’s a luxury to be able…

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Top Things To Do in Jerusalem – Retirement Travel Article

Top Things To Do in Jerusalem Admittedly, we were a little bit hesitant at first about visiting Jerusalem. Despite knowing there were so many fascinating things to see and do in Jerusalem, we believe that spending travel money is, in a way, like voting, and the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict had us both conflicted.So, although we both really wanted to see Jerusalem, we just didn’t want our dollars being mixed into this ugly situation. But then we got the opportunity to…

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5 Scenic Train Routes in Switzerland | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

5 Scenic Train Routes in Switzerland | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: February 10, 2020)Scenic train routes in Switzerland will deliver breathtaking views and comfortable amenities from a modern network in an extraordinary experience.Switzerland measures 348 by 220 kilometers but is one of the most visited countries in Europe. Since the landmass is easily manageable, the country has a modernized and exceptional transportation network. The country is associated with some of the most scenic locations in Europe, and with a…

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10 Fun Things to Do in Minneapolis in Winter – Retirement Travel Article

10 Fun Things to Do in Minneapolis in Winter The picturesque ice on Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis is primed for figure skating or hockey. Gus, meanwhile, ponders a visit to the warming house.Winter visitors to the Twin Cities are warned about Minnesota’s famous cold temperatures and severe wind chills, and never handed a list of things to do in Minneapolis in winter. Visitors are usually here for business reasons–a major sporting event, a convention, a recording session–not because…

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An Amazing One-Day Delectable Sonoma Wine Itinerary – Retirement Travel Article

An Amazing One-Day Delectable Sonoma Wine Itinerary Sonoma is a great day trip from many places. Also, Sonoma is a historical city in northern California nestled in the heart of the Sonoma Valley winemaking country. Downtown Sonoma, known for its art galleries and the colonial-era Sonoma Plaza, has a rustic charm. Hence, surrounding this plaza are19th-century adobe buildings, including Mission San Francisco Solano and the Sonoma Barracks. Sonoma locals run the gamut from down-to-earth locals, farmers, winemakers, to acclaimed chefs…

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Visiting Dachau Concentration Camp – LifePart2.com – Retirement Travel Article

Visiting Dachau Concentration Camp – LifePart2.com Gates at the Entrance at Dachau Concentration Camp MemorialPreface by Jonathan: During our visit to Munich we decided to visit the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial. We feel that one of the most important purposes to travel is to educate yourself and bear witness to history.Seeing places of state-sponsored genocide as the S21 Prison (formerly Chao Ponhea Yat High School) and the Killing Fields in the suburbs of Phnom Penh, Cambodia serve as a reminder…

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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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A Pampering Stay At Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain Tucson – Retirement Travel Article

A Pampering Stay At Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain Tucson Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest1 Finishing Our Arizona Visit With A Pampering Stay At Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain We started our fall visit to Utah and Arizona at a crazy pace as we explored the National Parks of Utah. Then we moved on and explored Arizona from north to south. So it was great to finish our trip with a pampering stay at Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain. We loved just relaxing on the resort…

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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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What You May Not Know About the People of Iran – Retirement Travel Article

What You May Not Know About the People of Iran To say the least it’s been a rough start to the new year, the new decade.  I’m not sure anything more could happen to make the headlines around the world any worse, but I shouldn’t jinx it.  The images and reports coming out of Australia are heartbreaking.  Puerto Rico has declared a state of emergency after a series of earthquakes, and hundreds of thousands protesters, led by the courage of…

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