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Wanna Have A 12-Day Weightless Space Hotel Vacation? PDF Print E-mail

The first outer space airborne luxury hotel, Aurora Station, is expected to welcome its first guests in 2022. All you’ll need to get way up there is some ground training and a $9.5 million passenger ticket. Most likely the first on the list will be wealthy pro sports jocks, rock stars, nerdy tech billionaires and rich business pals of Donald Trump. For more info, go to www.cnn.com/travel/article/aurora-station-luxury-space-hotel

Terracotta Chinese Army Invades Cincinnati Art Museum PDF Print E-mail

In 1974, 8,000 life-size images of Chinese warriors and horses were discovered in an underground mausoleum built in 221 BC for the first emperor of China, Ying Zheng. Now, the lifelike stone figures are touring the world. Cincinnati’s exhibit, from April 20 through August 12,  includes more than 40 figures that have never been on view before in the U.S.

Senior Travelers Be Aware Of Springtime Strikes In France PDF Print E-mail

Along with blossoming bouquets and outdoor cafés, French airline and railroad unions are breaking out in labor strikes. If your plans include travel to and from the country this month, keep in daily touch so you’re not unexpectedly stranded at an airport or train station. Bon voyage!

Beverly Hills CA: Join Free Salsa Dance Sundays PDF Print E-mail

If you’re a salsa stepping senior and travels take you to the iconic movieland city, starting at noon on April 8, it happens at the Wallis Annenberg Center For The Performing Arts. The weekly classes are conducted by dance star and Emmy winner Debbie Allen. For more info, go to lat.ms/dancesundays

Las Vegas NV: Richard Branson Buys The Hard Rock Casino PDF Print E-mail

The airlines mogul has plans for extensive renovations with reopening planned to happen in 2019. Of course, the new resort will be called The Virgin. We hope this won’t offend all the quickie wedding chapel reverends and working ladies along the Vegas Strip.


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