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“Music is in more than the air; it’s in the town’s DNA,” says my friend when I tell her I’m headed for Macon, Georgia. I soon find that she’s right.
For some people, worries about crime and terrorism are enough to rule out travel outside the U.S.
November and December tend to be two of the busiest months to travel. It was reported that around 54.3 million people traveled for Thanksgiving, and 112 million people traveled for Christmas last year.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Dear Savvy Senior, My husband and I are recently retired and would like to do some traveling both in the United States and abroad, but we worry about health issues, such as insurance, finding a good hospital if we get sick, etc.
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:
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.
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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