Boomers Seek Culturally Immersive, Active Travel

The best way to become immersed in the local culture of any destination is by learning about the native history, traditions, and cuisine first-hand.

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Traveltizers: Tasty Traveling

Sometimes we watch sausage being stuffed or ice cream being swirled. Other times we amble through markets, take a food class, or attend a wine festival. One way or another, food nearly always is an important part of our travels.

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Traveltizers: Small Towns Celebrate Christmas in Big Ways

St. Augustine, Florida, which was founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1565, is festooned with 3 million lights. These represent the candles that brighten Spanish homes during the Christmas season.

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Traveltizers: Sea, Sand, and Ships: 12 Days on the North Carolina Coast

A few days before my husband and I leave for a beach vacation on the North Carolina coast, I happen across a news article written by Adam Wagner of the region’s StarNews:

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Traveltizers: Don’t Fly Over Nebraska

In my years of traveling I’ve flown over Nebraska many, many times. I’d look out the window and see neat plots of farmland and the winding ribbon of the Platte River, but not much else.

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Is This Thing On? 6 Travel Tips for Smartphones

Are you planning a trip out of the country this summer? Let’s talk about precautions you should take so you don’t come home to a smartphone bill that’ll ruin your vacation afterglow.

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