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USA Today Lists Best Museums In Each U.S. State PDF Print E-mail


Of course, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is up there as the top in Pennsylvania. To your travel4seniors.com editor, it’s the very best! Somewhere in a desk drawer is my 1951 bachelor of fine arts diploma from the Philadelphia Museum College of Art, now the University of the Arts. 

If your travels take you to Philly, be sure to plan at least a couple of hours to visit the beautiful destination. Tickets are $20 adults; $18 seniors (65+); $14 students and youth (13-18); free for kids 12 and under. There are nearly a million visitors annually, so choose a less-crowded week day. For permanent and special exhibits, events and more info, go to philamuseum.org

 
Gas Prices Go Higher After Presidential Oil Restrictions PDF Print E-mail


As if the greedy foreign oil sheiks and their American oil company thieves need reasons to hike prices. Trump recently placed restrictions and penalties on buying Iranian crude oil. Facing more of the usual robbery at gas station pumps, ’tis the season when the most Americans get on the road and in the air for spring and summer travel.

Of course, the gas price rise will also empty travelers’ wallets in booking flights, hotels and just about everything else in our constantly inflating economy. Is there anything senior flyers and roadies can do about this year’s rising thievery? Not a hell of a lot, except maybe cancel some overpriced trips and camp out in the back yard.

When planning, daily check the internet for best prices, including where gas is cheapest along your driving route. Consider ride sharing, as well as joining group cruises, bus and train trips. And when your old gas guzzler needs to be replaced, trade it in for an all-electric car.

 
San Francisco CA: Cost You $5 To Drive Crooked Street PDF Print E-mail


Lombard Street has been a busy tourist attraction for decades. However, residents complain about the constant heavy flow of noisy cars blocking traffic in front of their homes. The new fee is expected to ease the congestion. What’s next? You’ll be charged $5 to drive past the crooked White House?

 
Bare Facts About Cap d’Agde Village Resort, France PDF Print E-mail


Boasting it’s the world’s largest nudist destination, the oceanside resort offers a first-time visitors group program during the week of May 21-June 7. The popular annual event may attract up to 50,000 participants.

The Cap d'Agde naturist village includes busy night life, ethnic restaurants, posh hotels and exciting beach events. For costs and other info, go to www.capdagdefrance.co.uk

 
Beijing, China: Toilet Paper Rationing In City Parks PDF Print E-mail


Authorities are all fussy about excess use of the sheets in public toilets, so they’ve installed technical spies and restrictions. Now the rolls are viewed by electronic controls to ration the sheets per user. After a certain number are pulled, they then shut off and allow no more.

Therefore, if your travels take you to Beijing public parks, and you’re required to use the rest room, be aware that there could be no paper to spare. Of course, when traveling you should always carry your own emergency roll.

 
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