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A Visit To Sedona In October – Retirement Travel Article

A Visit To Sedona In October Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest1 Our First Visit To Sedona The next stop on our travels in Arizona was a visit to Sedona in October. When we planned our trip to Utah and Arizona, the stop after our stay in Page was going to be Flagstaff. But a little research convinced us that Sedona would be a better place to explore. And we were so glad we made this choice! The red rock valley…

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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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20 Helpful Philippines Travel Tips – Retirement Travel Article

20 Helpful Philippines Travel Tips Top 20 Travel Tips From Our Travels To The Philippines In 2019, my wife and I had the pleasure of traveling to the Philippines for 5 weeks from Canada. Below, are 20 Useful Philippines Travel Tips we made a note of during our time in the country. For those of you traveling to the Philippines for the first time, I hope a few of them may be useful for you. Our Brief Philippines Travel Itinerary…

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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 Pinterest0 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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3 Tips for Feeling at Home When You Are Always on the Go | Passing Thru – Retirement Travel Article

3 Tips for Feeling at Home When You Are Always on the Go | Passing Thru (Last Updated On: January 22, 2020)For many people, the idea of being able to live on the open road, constantly experiencing new destinations from day to day, is truly a dream and a lifelong ambition.It’s easy to see why, too. Living a nomadic lifestyle allows you to be constantly experiencing new things, expanding your horizons, refining your own sense of how the world works,…

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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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The Best Way to Experience Wonderful Mendocino Wine – Retirement Travel Article

The Best Way to Experience Wonderful Mendocino Wine Perched on a wave-carved bluff, squeezed between dense forests and a restless sea, you will find Mendocino, California. Undeniably, Mendocino is a charming, tranquil little town with breathtaking oceanside views. In truth, the beauty extends outside the city to the whole county. But, Mendocino is known for more than its stunning Pacific Ocean coastline, it also has great wine. Mendocino wine is a lesser-known wine gem.  Beautiful coastline in MendocinoMendocino is part…

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What You Must Know Before Visiting the Western Wall and Temple Mount – Retirement Travel Article

What You Must Know Before Visiting the Western Wall and Temple Mount Dome of the Rock MosqueNo trip to Jerusalem is complete without a visit to Temple Mount and the Western Wall, two of the world’s most important religious sites.Facts About Temple Mount And The Western Wall of JerusalemTemple Mount is located on top of one of the hills in Jerusalem’s old city. It is the holiest site in Judaism and the third most sacred site in Islam after Mecca…

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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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17 Simple Professional Tips for Easy Travel Hair Care – Retirement Travel Article

17 Simple Professional Tips for Easy Travel Hair Care Traveling means self-discovery, sight-seeing and a break from reality, but your hair still needs some love! Read on to discover how the pros tackle easy travel hair care. Jet-setting to exotic locations is the perfect pick-me-up. Whether it’s sandy beaches, jaw-dropping mountain scenery or sightseeing in exciting cities, you deserve a break. With that in mind so does your hair, and going on vacation isn’t necessarily a break for your locks…

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