Senior Travel

SENIOR TRAVEL TO WEAVERVILLE, CA

Nov 2nd, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Seniors Rush to Old Gold Rush Town Weaverville, California made the list for Best Small Towns in a recent copy (09/10/2012) of Budget Travel magazine.  It’s small alright with a population of only 3,600 happy souls.  Sure you’ll find a saloon, a main street and some old hitching posts but the 138 year old Chinese […]



BEST SENIOR CULINARY TOURS

Nov 1st, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Seniors Choose Culinary Tours Doesn’t a culinary tour sound like fun, seniors? A vacation that includes great food and a food adventure as well.  Right off the top I discovered an Italy Cooking Vacation.  Small group All-Inclusive Italian Cooking, Wine & Cultural Vacations offers you the magical experience of Italian culture like nothing else can. […]



SENIOR TRAVEL TO BEAUFORT, NC

Oct 31st, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

…a Cool Small Town Beaufort North Carolina, population 4,039, was selected by  Budget Travel as a super small town for senior travelers to visit. They note that Beaufort has “Southern charm with a dash of salty seaside spirit.”  How about that?  Sound like someplace you’d like to see for yourself?  I would. Check out these […]



SENIOR TRAVEL TO STE. GENEVIEVE, MO

Oct 30th, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Senior Visitors Love Ste. Genevieve When senior citizens think of Colonial America, we generally think of the old parts of Boston,  lovely New England port towns such as Marblehead or Spanish colonial towns such as St. Augustine. America’s heartland has some colonial traces too. The best preserved and most distinct is the French colonial town […]



SENIOR CITIZENS VISIT RYE, NY

Oct 29th, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Rye, a Flavor Seniors Crave Rye, NY has a certain “flavor” to its name. Located in Westchester County, New York, with a population around 15,000,  it was selected by Budget Travel as one of the Nicest Small Cities in the country.  So, that’s enough to set  jeb off on a journey to see if senior […]



SENIORS TRAVEL TO LAS CRUCES

Oct 26th, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

The City of The Crosses Las Cruces, New Mexico is one of the best kept secrets of the American Southwest.  Centuries ago, Spanish explorers brought their faith, culture, language and way of life to this land. Today, over 400 years later, the past is a living treasure alive in everything from the traditional architecture, to […]



BE A SMART SENIOR TRAVELER

Oct 25th, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Tips For Smart Travel Traveling is hard enough with all the logistics, headaches and lately, rising fees, but you can be a smart senior traveler on planes, trains and automobiles – even hotels – with some of these insider travel tips. PLANES #1 Check Flight’s Occupancy The trick to knowing if it’s time to buy […]



SENIOR TRAVEL TO NEW HAVEN

Oct 24th, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

New Haven, a Haven for Senior Visitors I recall visiting New Haven when by brother in law was a student at Yale.  Like so many cities in America today New Haven has experienced—and continues to enjoy—a renaissance. Within an easy stroll from the New Haven Green are more than 100 distinctive restaurants, offering something for […]



SENIORS FOLLOW MONARCH BUTTERFLY TRAIL

Oct 22nd, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Monarch Butterfly Migration is Annual Trek Senior citizens are not the only travelers.  I have long been mystified by the annual Monarch butterfly migration to Mexico.  Have you ever seen them congregate in huge masses in the trees?  It’s that time of year again, so join me as we trace the 4,000-mile round trip made […]



FOR SENIORS ONLY

Oct 19th, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Adult-Only Resorts More resorts than ever are boasting “fun for the whole family” and a gamut of attractions and activities geared towards kids. Thankfully, there are still plenty of resorts that cater to those of us senior citizens who prefer a more subdued, sophisticated stay in paradise. I know that my daughter and her husband […]