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Reduce Eating Expenses By Asking For Senior Discounts PDF Print E-mail


When wandering U.S. cities on a budget, it’s nice to enjoy an expensive restaurant dinner or two. However, while in New York, Las Vegas or other costly destination, you can save money on meals. The lower prices will allow more money to spend on shopping, shows and other fun activities. And all ya gotta do is ID yourself as a senior and ask politely!

Just a few examples of senior dining and beverage discounts: McDonald’s, Wendy’s, IHOP, Golden Corral, Subway, Burger King, Long John Silver’s, Taco Bell and El Pollo Loco.

 
Check Out The Bare Facts About NaturistBnB PDF Print E-mail


According to a CNN report, it’s a start-up destination for travelers who want to avoid busy, stuffy, clothing-required hotels. It will appeal to those who prefer to take their vacations unclad in airy nudity in private homes. For more info, check NaturistBnB ads on the internet, or go to www.cnn.com/travel/article/naturistbnb-clothing-optional

 
If Your Destination Was Frustration, Let Others Know PDF Print E-mail


It’s fair to seniors who plan to visit that place or use the service to tell them your true story on social media. It could be failed airline schedule, dangerous streets, overpriced hotel or city square full of pickpockets. Also, amusement park too crowded, upscale restaurant served downscale food and/or creepy cruise ship. Check out customer complaints on online review sites, including TripAdvisor and Yelp.

 
USA Today Lists Safest Places In Mexico For U.S. Travelers PDF Print E-mail


Along with the usual negative reports and the recent hotel death of a family of four from carbon monoxide poisoning in their room, Mexico is losing U.S. tourists. Of course, Mexico is usually no more dangerous than other world destinations, such as NYC, Chicago or Los Angeles. Or Rome, Rio or Paris. For senior world wanderers, regular safety rules always apply. Stay alert, especially at night, preferably not alone and keep valuables secure. www.usatoday.com/picture.../destinations/...safest-places-in-mexico.../3336266...

 

 
Q: Why Are Overhead Bins Always Full When I Board My Flight? PDF Print E-mail


A frequent flyer with my own business, I travel only with a small wheeled bag that fits in the overhead. Won’t pay for upper class nor baggage charges. So, unless I fly Southwest and get to my seat early, I too often find no bin space. Suggestion? PLR, Reno NV

A: If you don’t want to check your bag or find the overhead bins too packed, lighten and compress the load. Get a smaller soft bag that fits under the seat, and wear a jacket with many large inside and outside pockets.

 
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