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21 Travel Tips for Seniors

Posted on: August 15th, 2012

One of the greatest things about reaching retirement is having the time, freedom, and flexibility to do what you want, or what you always dreamed of. For a lot of today’s seniors, that includes traveling – both around the country and around the world.

But while jet setting around the globe can bring a sense of adventure and perspective that few other experiences can match, it’s not always as simple as going to your favorite travel website and picking a package that looks great. To truly get the most out of the experience, and your money, takes a little bit of planning and preparation.

Luckily, we have taken tips and advice from seniors, travel writers, and other experts who want to see you hit the road in style. And so, we offer you great travel tips, suggestions and advice that can help you enjoy every phase of your vacation, whether you’re headed just across the border or halfway around the world.

Using Senior Living Ratings to Get Great Travel Ideas

Posted on: August 14th, 2012

A lot of magazines and websites put out lists of the places for seniors to live. If you need to find some, it’s easy enough. There’s another way to look at these lists, however: they are great options if you’re looking for a place to vacation with a loved one.

Think about it, if they have amenities for long-term living, then they certainly can be used for a vacation spot. Arts and weather considerations are taken into account, and if the cost of living is low that means it will cost less than other vacation hotspots, which is important given retirement savings and fixed incomes.

Yelp and Expedia: It’s Not Just For Kids

Posted on: August 14th, 2012

Folks entering retirement are much more technologically savvy than their parents, but continuing to find neat ways to take advantage of the web and internet sites could prove to be a lot of fun. One good way is to use social media sites as a kind of travel planner.

Social media shouldn’t be a frightening thought for people who haven’t used Facebook, Twitter or the like. It just means that people are posting thoughts and ideas in common places. That could seem like you would have to sift through hundreds of posts to find something that’s useful. A number of sites like Yelp and Google Local make it easier than you think.

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