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The London Daily Sun Lists World’s Safest & Most Dangerous PDF Print E-mail

For most senior travelers, this British newspaper report isn’t news. The reputations for the worst are earned by scary daily news headlines, violent riots, sneaky rebels, religious fanaticism, poverty and all the other usual reasons. In the safe havens, living conditions and politics are under control, the economy is flourishing and seniors are welcomed as valuable guests.

Just for the record and your next travel plans, let’s look at the Sun’s lists. The baddest destinations are Mali, Libya, Syria, Yemen and Somalia. And the “goodest” are Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland and Luxembourg.

San Francisco Airport: Greet And Pet Wag Parade Animals PDF Print E-mail

Take a few pleasant moments from your busy schedule at SFO to mingle with some SPCA representatives. Most on the so-called Wag Parade will be friendly dogs, as well as a costumed pig named LiLou offering happy oinks for you. The animals roam the airport waiting areas on weekdays.

Singapore Changi Airport Goes Harry Potter For The Holidays PDF Print E-mail

One of the world’s most interesting and efficient airports adds storybook wizardry to entertain its visitors. The familiar theme brings the wonders to life, and children there from age 4 to 94 are enjoying it all. There’s Hogsmeade Village, Diagon Alley, Fantastic Beasts and lots more Potter to experience.  The theme decor  is on display from 10 am to 10 pm daily through February 2019.

USA Today: China World’s Most Popular Travel Stop By 2030 PDF Print E-mail

First of all, considering that two funny haircut fat world leaders have their itchy fingers on nuclear buttons, our planet isn’t guaranteed to be still here in 2030. However, according to the news service, and if no one pushes the devastation button, the trend is that China will attract the most tourists.

The prediction is that the Eiffel Tower in Paris, gondolas in Venice, Times Square in New York and the Hollywood Walk of Fame will all fade in glory. Meanwhile, Tianimen Square and the Great Wall of China will take over as the top world visitor attraction.  And, of course, there will be those seeking restaurants serving Peking duck.

No More Unchecked Wheelies Allowed Free On Ryan Air PDF Print E-mail

As airlines keep cramming in additional seats to bring in more money, passengers will not only be squeezed in the smaller spaces. Additional dollars from their wallets will be squeezed out.

Ryan Air now limits carry-ons to smaller, soft bags and backpacks that fit under seats. If you plan to fly Ryan Air and other airlines with the same restrictions, always be sure of the latest bag requirements. If you don’t want to pay the ever-growing fees for checking luggage, scan the ads for those you are permitted to carry aboard free.


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