Posts Tagged ‘ senior citizen travel planning ’


Jun 22nd, 2012 | By Dr Jerry D Elrod | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Senior Citizen Journal travel editor, Jim Becker, does such a first class job offering travel and exploratory adventures. His world wide knowledge and personal experience at leading tours, traveling abroad, and teaching all have enabled well informed articles for exciting travel options. He guides you through stimulating places to go, marvelous sites to see and ways to cut overhead while doing so.

We recommend Jim as a resource, which many of you have already discovered. We also invite you to share his knowledge and experience with others who are looking for exotic adventures. Jim, you might be surprised, is my brother-in-law. I hold him in high respect and envy his ability to make a choice and follow through with wise planning for memorable trips. He and his youngest daughter are in the process of planning their next trip. What


Apr 24th, 2012 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

Internet Aids Senior Travelers BING is another good search engine like GOOGLE or YAHOO.  I use it often. Recently BING has come up with a website that focuses on travel.  Seniors will enjoy the one-stop site that has hotel deals, vacation packages under $500 (those are darn hard to find), slide shows, travel articles, last [...]

Senior Citizens: Use Kayak for Travel Planning

Nov 15th, 2010 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

If you haven’t used yet to book a trip, it’s likely that you will. In addition to the canoe-sport, Kayak is a website that let’s you compare hundreds of travel sites at once. It is an up-and-comer in the travel industry, and is making its mark pretty quickly among senior citizen travelers. The simplicity [...]