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Venice, Italy: Problems With Too Many Tourists PDF Print E-mail


Your travel4seniors.com has visited the beautiful city several times, and always found it enjoyable. However, recent news reports declare it’s just too crowded, and the citizens demand restrictions. So, if you’ll be there during the next several months, be aware of new laws that could affect your visit. www.express.co.uk/news/world/951345/italy-news-venice-tourism-visit-bank-holiday-may

 
Didn’t Another Forbidden Fruit Case Happen Way Back When? PDF Print E-mail


A woman passenger on a Delta flight from Paris put an apple she saved from the in-flight lunch into her bag. When she went through customs, the illegal apple was confiscated and she was fined $500. She had committed the crime of bringing forbidden foreign fruit into the USA.

The lesson for senior travelers, other than suffering the punishment of Adam and Eve, is to make sure you comply with all customs regulations when re-entering the country.

 
Phoenix AZ: Enjoy The Desert City’s Arts Free On First Fridays PDF Print E-mail


Each month, mix with and enjoy members of the Phoenix art community while experiencing some of the city’s best galleries, art sales and events along the Roosevelt Row Arts District. There are also guided art walks, food specialties along the street, as well as music and performers. Hop on and off the free shuttle to take in all the festivities. artlinkphx.org/first-fridays

 
Yee, Haa! San Antonio TX Celebrates Its 300th Birthday PDF Print E-mail


Commemorative Week in the old mission town will happen from May 1 to 6. On May 1, 1718 the Mission San Antonio de Valero, later called the Alamo, was dedicated. And you all remember what happened at that famed fortress. During the tricentennial week, visitors will enjoy entertainment, sports, arts, food and many other fun happenings. For prices and updated info, go to www.sanantonio300.org

 
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

 
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