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Tips For Special Needs Travelers
If youíre a traveler with special needs, whether it is hearing, vision, mobility, or something else, here are some tips to make your travels easier.
Travel the World with Explore.org
Explore.org and the Annenberg Foundation have set up live streaming webcams at Brooks Falls, in Alaska's Katmai National Park. Viewers can watch as brown bears catch salmon at the Falls. This is just one of dozens of remarkable live webcams that allow us to view the magnificent planet earth.
Cruise to Alaska
I always thought that cruising was a travel option designed for older travelers. When the calendar informed me that I was nearing the status of a senior, I decided it was time to try the seafaring form of travel for myself. A last-minute deal on a cruise to Alaska made the thought all the more appea
Protect Your Identity And Your Valuables
Helpful tips on ways to protect your identity, and other valuables, when you travel.
Seasickness and Seniors
Here are some helpful hints for preventing and combating seasickness, along with some warnings of special note to seniors.
Senior Discounts On Travel And More
If your travel budget isnít as big as it once was, itís time to take advantage of any, and every, discount you can find.
Travel Hints For Keeping Track Of Luggage
Here are some precautions you can take to help minimize the anguish of not seeing your bag revolve around the baggage carousel at the end of your trip.
Cooking With The Seasons in Southwest Michigan
Leading the charge in support of local agriculture in Southwest Michigan is Judy Kite-Gosh, chef/owner of the Retro Cafť and Kiteís Kitchen, a catering and specialty food business in New Buffalo. Here are some of Judy's favorite recipes.
Southwest Michigan's Local Food Movement
Southwest Michigan has a vibrant locovore movement picking up steam. Local grassroots efforts are helping to re-invigorate the agricultural base by supporting local family farms and agri-tourism. Restaurants, cafes, and businesses design menus around whatís in season and grown locally.
Blue Ridge Parkway Celebrates 77 Years
In 2012 the Blue Ridge Parkway celebrates 77 years of scenic glory for the millions of visitors that have traveled its winding road. Now considered a national treasure, more than 850 million visitors have enjoyed the Blue Ridge, since the Parkway began counting in 1939.
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