Nevada Overflowing With Legal Marijuana PDF Print E-mail

Las Vegas and Reno attract retirees with glittering entertainment, posh hotels, overflowing buffets and flashing casinos. Of course, all of that isn’t to make seniors happy.

Strip it all away, and the purpose is to take your money. This isn’t a lecture about the evils of gambling, but just a simple warning to those of us who enjoy spending time in the Silver State.

Travel + Leisure Reports Worst Airports In The USA PDF Print E-mail

Topping the annual list of bottom-ranked terminals is Newark Liberty International. Chicago O’Hare and New York JFK tied for next most miserable. Your travel4seniors.com editor has frequently experienced those airports, and must sadly agree with the opinion.

Actually, your worst airport is always the most recent one you've experienced where you were plagued by flight cancellations, lost luggage, crowds, dirty bathrooms and long lines. Of course, even the worst airports may sometimes give a positive experience to lucky senior travelers.

Norwegian Cruise Lines Offers Freestyle Fun Choices PDF Print E-mail

Freestyle cruising breaks with the tradition of formal sit-down meals and other at-sea formalities. On most cruises, passengers must follow specific reservation schedules and always dine at the same assigned tables.

A generation or so ago on every cruise, passengers were required to dress up for dinner: coat and tie for men and evening wear for women. In some of the more elegant ocean liners, tuxes for men and evening gowns for women were the norm for luxurious cruise dining.

Los Angeles CA: Enjoy Luxury Hotel Sunday Brunches PDF Print E-mail

When travels take you to Southern California and you want to experience a taste of local elegance, indulge in a local custom. Here's a guide to five luxury hotel Sunday brunches:

Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel: The famed hotel has been enchanting diners and guests for over a century. The Sunday jazz brunch features live music, and is served on the terrace.

The price, including a glass of champagne or a signature cocktail, is $80 per person, $30 for children 10 and under. The menu includes many breakfast specialties, as well as steak, chicken and salads. Keep alert, because a famous movie star may be at the next table.

Senior Traveler: Ways To Beat Summertime Heat PDF Print E-mail

Scenario: Your tropical tour includes Arizona’s Grand Canyon or the beaches of Malibu or Manhattan’s Central Park. How to chill out depends on being a real cool senior. Let's discuss several ideas.

The simplest, no-cost way to beat the heat is to get up at dawn and out of the hotel just as the summer sun is beginning to peek over the horizon. Do your hiking, biking and jogging at that glorious cool hour. Street traffic will be light, low night temperatures still hanging in the air and birds just starting their morning songs. And all for free!


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