Senior Snooze Seekers: Try a Unique Bed and Breakfast or B & B Experience PDF Print E-mail

When you travel next time, consider a bed and breakfast experience. In addition to their historic charm, your experience will be totally unlike booking big hotels with all their crowds, noises, elevators and high prices. The comfy little inns offer quiet locations, down-home service and much lower prices. Here are just a few unique bed and breakfasts.

No More Maps, No More Asking For Directions, Its All Automated Now With A Personal GPS Unit PDF Print E-mail
This Season’s Hot Tech Gift: Navigation

(ARA) - The holidays are fast approaching, and you’re probably starting to think about gift ideas for those near and dear to your heart. Whether you’re shopping for a teenager, a college student, a friend, spouse or parent, you can’t go wrong by giving the gift of technology.
Seniors' Guide to Luxury Hotels in Las Vegas PDF Print E-mail

Why not forget all the bad stuff that happened in 2008 and start out the New Year fresh with a trip to Sin City? And remember that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, including your troubles, worries and your money. An older and more applicable motto for Sin City refers to its thousands of hotel rooms: if you have to ask, you can't afford it.

Nature Travel - Getting Too Popular For Its Own Good? PDF Print E-mail
Nature travel has never been bigger -- and that's exactly the problem. Thousands of sightseeing tourists in panga boats surrounding whales in Baja'sMagdalena Bay, circling a lone lion by safari vehicle in East Africa, or mobbing sea lions on a Galapagos Islands beach lend a certain irony to the ecotourism ideal. But for Berkeley, California-based Explorers' Corner, the solution lies in an innovative small-group adventure travel approach to top nature destinations that refuses to run with the crowds.
Jetliner Cabins Book, a great holiday gift for aviation enthusiasts and more PDF Print E-mail

Do you like planes? Do you like the interiors of planes? Do you like pictures of interiors of planes? Have we got a book for you:


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