Queens NY: Book Trump Boyhood Home On Airbnb

According to Town & Country, for a mere $725 a night, you can stay and sleep where the young Donald once romped. It’s not a yuuuge house, but all comfy and in a quiet neighborhood. Despite rumors, there’s no underground shelter to protect the boy Donald in the early 1950s in case of a foreign atomic attack

Senior Destination: See Another Philly - Places Where Movies Were Made PDF Print E-mail

Independence Hall, Philadelphia
In publicity photos several years ago for the movie, "Annapolis", the midshipmen were all sharply lined up in front of an imposing building that resembled the Parthenon. Hmmm. In my Navy career I visited the Naval Academy many times and knew there was no such building there. Then it hit me. How could I not recognize Founder's Hall in Girard College? The school for fatherless boys in Philly had been my home from age six to 17, and I spent lots of time near or in the imposing building. The movie’s producers decided that filming at Girard in Philly was more convenient and cheaper than doing it at the real Naval Academy in Maryland.

Senior Romantics: Send Valentine Gift of Love to a GI PDF Print E-mail
Along with loving greetings to your family loved ones, why not also send a Valentine Day “I love you” note or useful gift to a serviceman or woman. It doesn’t matter if they’re deployed overseas or in a lonely post in the US. They’ll appreciate your thoughtfulness and kindness. Considering the time snailmail takes to get through, you should do it right away.
Palace Guards, London PDF Print E-mail
Buckingham Palace guards
Seniors: Stay Safe During Cold-weather Months PDF Print E-mail

(ARA) - Information is key to helping America’s seniors successfully navigate the cold weather months -- a time that can pose a variety of health and safety challenges.

What To Do When Your Hotel Claims It's Overbooked PDF Print E-mail

You called in your room request long in advance, gave your credit card information and the hotel confirmed by email a guaranteed reservation number. But, after a long, tiring flight, you arrive and the front desk clerk tells you there’s no room for you. The lame excuses start. The hotel’s all booked up solid, and many people who were supposed to check out decided to stay another night. So sorry. However, he can get you a room at a hotel nearby. Of course, the rate is a bit higher ... etc ... etc.


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