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Teen Brit completes memorable cruise

Did you read all about it? A 17-year-old British kid just returned after sailing 28,000 miles around the world. The cruise would have been very boring, but every day he did lifeboat drill, played deck shuffleboard, won at bingo, attended the stage show in the theater and lined up for midnight buffet. And all tips were included.

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Want Some Serious Cold? How About Alaska in the Winter PDF Print E-mail
When Alaskans found out the United States Senate passed the Statehood Act in June of 1958, sirens blared and crowds celebrated around bonfires.  It was a spontaneous party that kicked off six months of anticipation ahead of President Dwight D. Eisenhower's signature on the statehood proclamation on Jan. 3, 1959. Fast-forward 50 years, and Alaska is preparing to mark the official anniversary with just as much fervor.
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New Volcano Appears on Las Vegas Strip, Not A Mirage!!! PDF Print E-mail

Check out the video of the big ceremony here.

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Ten Great Cities for Seniors For 2009 Visits PDF Print E-mail

It isn't easy to pick the top ten in a world full of great destinations, but I can name some seniors shouldn't visit.... Tehran, Baghdad, Newark, Tijuana, Kabul ... nah, enough of the negatives. Here’s a quick list of my ten positive favorites:

 

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Ten Scams Seniors Can Avoid PDF Print E-mail

As traveling seniors, in the minds of some sleazy operators, we wear big virtual signs: EASY TO RIP-OFF! Here are some ways to prevent this.

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Ten Ways to Make Your Hotel Stay Safe PDF Print E-mail

Many seniors feel insecure when in large hotels, fearing their age and physical condition could make them vulnerable to potentially dangerous situations. Here are some tips that could ease some of that concern:

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