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The Splendor of Autumn


By – D.J. Wilson Autumn 2015 officially arrives in the Northern Hemisphere on Wednesday, September 23rd.  This favorite time of year is cushioned between the sweltering summer months and the frosty winter season.  During peak periods of time, from... Read More

Retirees on Medicare: What You Need to Know When Traveling


By – Angela Hohsfield For many retirees, traveling is the dream. For smart retirees, considering your Medicare options beforehand should be the reality. When it comes to Medicare and traveling, it is prudent to know where you stand and what you’ll... Read More

20 Quick Last Minute Travel Tips


By D.J. Wilson AAA Travel projects that close to 35 million Americans will hit the road over Labor Day Weekend, traveling 50 miles or more from home.  This upsurge in travel from previous years is mainly attributed to lower gas prices.  In order to make the... Read More

Fall for Savannah


Looking for a fall getaway that has something for everyone? Georgia’s oldest city, Savannah, combines a rich history with southern charm. The city played key roles in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, and the Civil War, protecting Georgia against... Read More

Multigenerational Vacations – Part II


By – D.J. Wilson The increase of automobile ownership after World War II caused family vacations to soar in popularity.  Dad, Mom, kids, Grandpa and Grandma, and even the dog piled in the car to visit newly founded National Parks and the amazing... Read More

The Magic of Multigenerational Vacations


From – D.J. Wilson Part I Hanging around the house sounds like a sensible alternative to expensive family vacations. The idea of a staycation goes south when you find yourself dripping sweat while mowing the lawn on a humid day. The young kids are... Read More

Summertime Travel Tips


Summer is a great time to travel, longer days, the kids are out of school…but it can also be the busiest and most stressful time to travel, if you are not prepared. By planning ahead, packing smart, and using helpful mobile apps you can avoid the hassle and... Read More

3 Ways to Slash Vacation Costs


From – – by Irene S. Levine By land or by sea, these ideas make long trips more affordable: Vacations of any length can be expensive, especially the long trips we want to take as our work and caregiving responsibilities taper... Read More

Chicago: Second City is First for Summer Events


From – AMAC.US There’s no place like Chicago in the summer and the Windy City really packs in the events. There’s jazz festivals, food fests (including sausage, ribs and craft beer), art festivals, boat races and even a shopping festival. And of... Read More

Boston – Birthplace of Freedom


Summertime is a great time to visit Boston as the weather is perfect for outdoor events and tours. It’s one of America’s oldest cities and birthplace of the American Revolution. On the fourth of July you can enjoy the Boston Pops outside along the banks... Read More

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