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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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Ten Ways to Avoid Winter Bugs in the Air, at Sea, on the Road PDF Print E-mail

Staying home and hiding under the bed is one way to avoid getting colds, flu, upset stomach and all the other bothersome wintertime ailments.

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Going to Lugano Switzerland? Have we got a website for you PDF Print E-mail

The Lugano Tourist Office announces the launch of www.discoverlugano.ch, the new multi-sensory website designed to immerse visitors in the culture, sights, and sounds of Southern Switzerland's Lugano Region. It's a must-visit website for travelers and anyone interested in learning more about this popular European destination.

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For Your Next Trip, Try Home-Swap Instead of Hotel-$$$$ PDF Print E-mail
Hotel rooms per night: Tokyo $400, Miami $375, Paris $350, London $300, Singapore $275, Rome $250, Los Angeles $240, Barcelona $225, Dublin $200. Add 15 to 20% tax, plus currency charge, plus, plus. We live in Arizona, surrounded by desert saguaro cacti, and in recent years when we’ve traveled to Europe, we’ve swapped houses with people from Ireland, Geneva and Bonn. No problems and we’ve gained some new foreign friends.
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Don't Accept That First Price Quote ... Ever! PDF Print E-mail


The most effective question a senior traveler can utter is: can’t you do better than that? Or as a definite statement: I’m sure you can do better than that. Not hostile. Not demanding. Just say it with conviction, backed up by an I-know-the-score smile.

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