Home TRAVEL JOURNAL
Samsonite
Senior Single Tells All About Singles Cruise Experience PDF Print E-mail



Read more...
 
For First Time in 30 Years, Vegas Becomes a Winter Wonderland PDF Print E-mail

The last time there was any measurable snow in Las Vegas, Jimmy Carter was in his last year in the White House, and Ronald Reagan was just beginning his campaign to run for President. Baby Britney Spears wouldn't enter the world for three more years.

Read more...
 
Alcatraz: Nice Place to Visit, But You Wouldn't Want to Live There PDF Print E-mail

My first experience with "The Rock" prison in San Francisco Bay happened on a disturbing day in May 1946. With World War II ended, our troop ship was returning from the Philippines to the Navy base on Treasure Island, located under the Oakland Bay Bridge, between San Francisco and Oakland. As our ship passed close by Alcatraz, we could see Navy landing craft unloading armed Marines as they stormed onto the rocky shore.

Read more...
 
Planning Your Springtime Travel? Make It Sunny Ireland! PDF Print E-mail

Ah, to be in Ireland, now that Spring is here (almost). We took a guided tour of the British Isles several years ago. It included several days in Ireland, including a dining and theater experience in Dublin. Our week in England was somewhat enjoyable, except that it was foggy and rainy every day.

 

Read more...
 
Review: Elderhostel’s 5-Night Program: RMS Queen Mary I & Catalina Isle PDF Print E-mail

Recently we signed on for the Elderhostel (elderhostel.com) Queen Mary I experience. It proved to be an enjoyable and busy five nights and days. My spouse and I were sort of drafted for the program because my brother-in-law had sailed on the old British luxury liner in 1945 as a GI returning from World War II in Europe. He wanted to visitr again to relive and remember some of his adventures aboard during the Queen’s troopship era.

 

Read more...
 
«StartPrev12345678910NextEnd»

Page 10 of 12
 
Stay in-the-know about the latest Sports, Life, Money, Tech, and Travel stories. You'll get your first 2 months of USA TODAY for $25 (charged monthly). All print subscribers receive the e-Newspaper included with their subscription.