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Senior Travel Alert: Priceline.com Offers Hotels at $50 and Less PDF Print E-mail

It's the right time to take advantage of this year’s lower hotel rates by checking into PRICELINE.COM's latest bid offers from its list of 50 favorite U.S. destinations. A few examples include: $50 Orlando --- $40 New Orleans --- $46 San Diego --- $50 Albequerque --- $40 Atlantic City ---

New Orleans scene


Hong Kong Tourist Board Website is a Great Resource For Asia Travel PDF Print E-mail

For all things Hong Kong related, from travel information to current concerts, festivals and other activities, we rely on the official Hong Kong Tourist Board site here:  http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/interactive/hktb_enewsletter_current.html

The site is a great resource and is filled with information.

Hong Kong tourist board logo for travelers

Detailed information of Kingdom of Morocco from US Department of State for Senior Travelers PDF Print E-mail

Courtesy of your Department of State, here is everything you ever wanted to know about Morocco:

Visit Civil War Battle Reenactments in 2009 For History Buffs PDF Print E-mail

Do you like reliving the past, or at least enjoy watch a bunch of authentically-costumed people doing it for you? During 2009, there will be all kinds of mock battles throughout the US, featuring the Revolutionary, Civil and many other wars and skirmishes before, between and since.

Give Holiday Gifts For GI Travelers PDF Print E-mail

We can recall long-ago GI holiday times in Normandy, Guadalcanal, the Chosin Reservoir, Hue, Kuwait, Somalia and a thousand other war zones. And no matter how dark the situation, we could always count on the USO, Red Cross and other volunteer organizations to help give our holidays a bright touch of home.


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