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Arizona Rep Advocates Closing The Grand Canyon


With many other national parks already empty because of coronavirus dangers, Raúl Grijalva calls for the National Park Service to close the entire area to visitors immediately. He cites the added dangers of group gatherings and unprotected tourist exposures. The visitor services are closed and all guided tours have been cancelled.

Five Ways to Warm Up a Romantic Getaway PDF Print E-mail

There’s an old, old Q&A joke: Q: When you’re in bed in a romantic situation, do you ever tell your wife (husband) you love her (him)?
A: Of course, if there’s a phone near the motel bed.

This article for older, married couples certainly won’t recommend such cheating shenanigans. Our recommendations intend to entice you to spend some quality time time alone together to renew the love and togetherness of those earlier days.

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The Good Old Days of Cruising Are Back PDF Print E-mail

The happenings on Wall Street and in the auto industry are stark reminders that 2009 will be a tough year. However, there is a ray of light coming out of all that gloom. With deep cuts in prices, cruise lines are becoming as affordable as they were back in the heyday when movie stars and royalty set sail in style on the old Queen Mary and other luxury liners.

 

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The Most Exciting Gambling Joints in the World PDF Print E-mail

Vegas boasts world-class entertainment, every kind of international food, luxurious hotels, all kinds of gambling, fantastic pools and upscale shops. You'll enjoy all the elements of Sin City along with millions of other seniors in sensible shoes, canes, wheelchairs, walkers and go-carts.

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8 Ways To Prepare Grandchildren For Grand Vacations PDF Print E-mail
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8 Ways To Prepare Grandchildren For Grand Vacations - Making Travel Without Parents A Fun Challenge
Courtesy of Family Travel website, Familytravelforum.com

Are you thinking of taking your precious grandchildren on a vacation without their parents? Here are 8 travel tips to ease the process.
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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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