Tips To Seniors For Wintertime Travels With Grandkids PDF Print E-mail

Not just for the traditional holiday season, but how about leaving the parents at home and doing some exciting winter travel with your grandkids? You know you spoil those kids, so wouldn’t it be fun to be with them exclusively when no parents are around to tell you you’re spoiling them? And don’t forget to make a video or photo record of all the memorable events you’ve planned. Here are just a few ideas.

Senior Singles Traveling Alone: Tips for Meeting New People PDF Print E-mail

When you were much younger, vigorous and good looking, you probably had no trouble meeting new people while roaming alone. If you were really lucky, you were overwhelmed by eager characters wanting to meet you. On the other hand, if you’re now 55 plus, and although you’re still quite a handsome character, you must admit your good looks have matured a bit. Meeting people while traveling may have become a more complicated task. But don’t be discouraged, take a positive attitude and jump in with both feet to what could be an enjoyable experience.

Senior Travels: Is Your Neighborhood Travel Agency Obsolete? PDF Print E-mail

Especially in these tough times, we're sorry to see honest, hard-working people lose business. Over the years, we’ve had experiences with good, so-so and bad local agencies. Nevertheless, now in our senior years, we’ve been gradually weaned away from them. With the emergence of the internet, we found we could do the job at least as well by clicking travel sites and online agencies on our computer.

Senior Snowbound Solutions: Be Prepared for Weather Delays PDF Print E-mail

Think ahead and be prepared. You know old man winter, hurricanes, tornados and busy holidays too often cause delays. And just everyday screw-ups in the air and on the ground also leave you stranded. You could be stuck in airports, bus stations and highway traffic jams for hours or days. Here are some suggestions that could make that wasted time pass a bit more quickly:

Seniors: Not Just For the Holidays: Help Our GIs Throughout the Year PDF Print E-mail

We hope our senior readers will be enjoying their travels this year, and we’ll continue to do our best to provide quality information, reviews and suggestions. However, young men and women in our Armed Forces will be traveling in 2009 for different, often dangerous reasons. If you’ve sent presents or greetings to those special members of your family and others in uniform during the holiday season, please don’t just stop there.


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