Posts Tagged ‘ senior travelers ’

Senior Travelers Love Tilley Hats

Jul 27th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

In my work as a tour guide I notice when folks arrive wearing a TILLEY.  I often remark…”Youare wearing a Tilley, right?” and they glowingly say. “Why yes it is.  Do you own one?”  Mine is ancient and should be turned in for another as Tilley offers a new hat to replace the old one. […]

Seniors Learn to Enjoy Traveling Smart

Jul 23rd, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Travel can be one of life’s great pleasures at any age, whether you’re a baby boomer or a senior. Here’s where to look for information on travel for older adults, including going alone or with a group, taking a well worn path or the road less travelled. But knowing how to travel safely, affordably and efficiently is […]

Senior Travel to China

Jul 21st, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Thinking about going to China? Then check out some of these helpful resources.  I am strongly considering travel to China for our fiftieth wedding anniversary in just a couple of years.  Don’t tell my wife as it is supposed to be a complete surprise!  There are so many places in the world that I would […]

Senior Citizens on the Go

Jul 20th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Seniors Go Travel has lots of good information just for seniors who have a couple dozen choices from which to chose with stories on each topic.  I like sites that are dedicated to seniors and this is a good one. Seniors Daily Online provides daily information to seniors on all subjects and topics.  Check out TRAVEL […]

Senior Travel: Health Issues to Consider

Jul 16th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Going abroad can be a challenge to any senior with health issues.  There are several things you need to know about in advance of travel.  Fortunately, they are summarized here. There is specific advice provided by the State Department for senior travelers that is must reading for all seniors: Older American travelers should consider the following tips, review […]

Senior Travel: Consider a Home Exchange

Jul 14th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

The Seniors Vacation and Home Exchange allows you to do a straight vacation exchange of your home. Or, if you prefer, exchange hospitality vacations. You visit with them and, in return, they visit with you.  Have you longed to visit faraway places, but just couldn’t justify the cost? Maybe the Seniors Vacation and Home Exchange is […]

Senior Travel to Australia

Jul 12th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

I have always been intrigued with Australia.  One of my former students was on a high school basketball team that I coached and is now married and living in Wagga Wagga.  He married a player on a girls team that he helped coach.  Upon one of his return trips home back to Iowa I spent a couple […]

Senior Travel in the Bordeaux Wine Country

Jul 5th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

One of the best reasons to visit France is the wine. The world’s largest wine producer, France’s range of wine types, flavors and tastes is as diverse as the various wine regions in France. Here is a list of the best French wine tours to taste, tour and experience French wine and sightseeing.  Input “French […]

More Budget Travel Suggestions for Seniors

Jun 28th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Smarter Travel provides information and inspiration called Seniors on the Go.   At the bottom of this page I found Cheap Flights for London by Booking Buddy.  London is a great city to explore on foot as the well known landmarks and famous parks are all located in the city centre. Another plus is that the big […]

Senior Travelers Use

Jun 23rd, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

My daughters are both very adept at finding good travel deals on the Internet.  Both love Travelzoo, and so do I.    This site features The Top 20 travel deals.  With over 20 million subscribers, the Top 20 is a weekly e-mail of the best travel deals. But only subscribers can see their deals. So seniors, sign up […]