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Tips For Special Needs Travelers
If you’re a traveler with special needs, whether it is hearing, vision, mobility, or something else, here are some tips to make your travels easier.
A Chance to Ski with an Olympic Champion
Visit the largest ski area in BC´s Interior region for the opportunity to ski with an Olympic champion
Alexandria, Virginia’s Old Town
Across the Potomac River from Washington, DC lies the town of Alexandria, Virginia. In addition to offering great deals for thrifty travelers, the city’s historic heart provides a unique opportunity to walk in the footsteps of the men and women who helped “create” the United States of America.
Amtrak's USA Rail Pass
If going by train is something you’ve always wanted to try, maybe its time to look into what Amtrak has to offer, including its USA Rail Pass.
Art in Taos, New Mexico
Guest author Janet Collins gives us a guideed tour of the art of Taos, New Mexico.
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Nevada
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, located an easy 90 mile drive northeast of Las Vegas, is a 23,000 acre gem of clear springs which harbor a surprising wealth of Southwestern bird life and endemic pupfish among the barren surroundings of alkaline desert.
Autumn in Door County
For fabulous fall foliage plan a visit to Wisconsin's, Door County. Selected by Travel & Leisure Magazine and TripAdvisor as one of the best fall foliage destinations in the U. S.
Back in the Day in Park City Utah
A summer place, splendor in the grass, that´s what the charming mountain community of Park City, Utah, has to offer senior travelers this latesummer and early fall.
BC Ferries - Free Fares for Seniors
Guest author Janet Collins tells us about BC Ferries great mid-week fares for seniors. In fact, seniors travel for free Mon to Thurs. What a great reason to travel!
Blue Ridge Parkway Celebrates 81 Years
In 2016 the Blue Ridge Parkway celebrates 81 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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