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Gotta Go In NYC? Luluapp Allows You To Potty In Upscale Cafés


Remember when pay toilets cost a dime? No more cheap nor freebee restaurant and bar toilets for non-dining drop-in tourists. Now you’ll have to pay up to $5 to use the bathrooms in bars, eateries and posh night clubs. Of course, some of the more upscale potty pause rooms include fragrant soaps, hair spray, drinks and other goodies.

Regional Food Spotlight Low Country Cooking - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina PDF Print E-mail
Travelers Seek Vacations Flavored with Regional Foods
Low country cooking from Myrtle Beach South Carolina for senior travelers
(ARA) – Travel and food go together like sun and sand. In fact, dining on regional specialties is fast becoming the heart and soul of a vacation. On vacation, travelers can sample delicious local dishes that are normally not prepared at home, and they needn’t even venture abroad for these memorable culinary experiences.
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Retired? There Are Many Options for Cheap Travel PDF Print E-mail
Retired? Travel Too Expensive?

(ARA) - Given the current economic climate, cutting back has become a way of life for many Americans. Retirees, in particular, are looking at ways to stretch the shrinking dollars in their portfolios. Common techniques for reducing expenditures include eating out less, incorporating energy-saving devices and routines in the home and eliminating or curtailing such things as club memberships and season tickets.
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Five Ways to Make 50-Plus the Best Years of Your Life PDF Print E-mail
Five Ways to Make 50-Plus the Best Years of Your Life

(ARA) - You’re getting older, it’s true. But it’s how you get older that matters. Being afraid of it is like being afraid of getting more channels on your TV: It can be a little disorienting at first (do I watch ESPN 1, ESPN 2 or ESPN 3?), but all the new choices offer a great opportunity for exploration.
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Senior Grand Canyon Adventure: The Mule Ride That Never Was PDF Print E-mail

We looked forward to the experience as we drove to Arizona’s Grand Canyon last summer. Usually all motel rooms, cabins and dorms are sold out weeks in advance throughout the entire Canyon area. We arrived to check in a day earlier than our reservation called for, and thought we’d have to spend the night in our car. However, we were lucky to be put up in a very basic dorm cabin with the communal bathroom down the hall.

The dorm has a fantastic location, because the Canyon edge was only about 20 feet out the back door. If we had been sleepwalkers, it could have been disastrous. Another mistake was that we thought we’d just saunter over to the start of the Bright Angel Trail bright and early the next morning and join the famous Canyon mule ride.

 

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Relaxing on deck during a senior cruise PDF Print E-mail
Cruise ship relaxation
 
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