Traveltizers: In Their Shoes: Special Museums with a Personal Touch

It’s one thing to envision yourself as a fictional person who represents a group of anonymous folks, like a soldier or farmer. It’s another to imagine the thoughts of a real man or woman whose story has been well documented.

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Savvy Senior: Escort Services that Can Help Seniors with the Rigors of Travel

Dear Savvy Senior,

Do you know of any services that help seniors with the rigors of traveling? My youngest daughter is getting married in a few months and would love to have my 82-year-old mother attend, but she needs help flying across the country.

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Traveltizers: A Christmas Treat in Colonial America

So tangy with spices and sweet with molasses that they’ve become a traditional holiday treat, so fragile that they’re often called “glass cookies” because they’ll shatter if dropped, Moravian cookies hold a special place in the hearts and stomachs of millions of folks.

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Safety Tips Snowbirds Should Know When Traveling

Soon, thousands of people will head to warm locations like Florida, Arizona, and Texas for a few months to escape the winter weather where they are from.

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Traveltizers: Falling in Love with Bergen: Norway’s Cultural Capital

I can’t say we weren’t warned. When we told our Norwegian friends we were going to Bergen, they looked at each other and smiled as if wondering whether they should let us in on Bergen’s secret.

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Traveltizers: A Visit to Las Vegas that is Très Magnifique

Aha! There it is, the Eiffel Tower. Around the corner, the Arc de Triomphe. And right nearby, a row of quaint shops on a cobblestoned street. Voilà, this is Paris, n’est-ce pas?

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World-Class Attractions Abound in the Mile-High City

Denver is an outdoor city filled with urban adventures. The Mile-High City is known for its cultural attractions, thriving craft breweries, and famous music scene, all within easy reach of the Rocky Mountains.

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Traveltizers: Dutch for a Day

The day is sunny, the weather a bit chilly but still pleasant. I shade my eyes and look up at a row of four-story brick buildings fronted by a small patch of green grass.

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TRAVELTIZERS: South Korea: From Hanboks to Headsets

Flash back 60 years. Korea had barely recovered from a half century of domination by the Japanese when it became ground zero for a contest between China and Russia to the north and United Nations forces to the south.

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