Cruises are among the most popular form of travel for baby boomers; it’s no surprise that a hotel barge cruise would rank high with those who have had the pleasure of this type of travel. Quite different from river, small explorer ships or even sailing cruises, guests will find this boat a luxurious mode of slow travel.
Typically, the itinerary does not cover a long distance, instead offering a great way to explore small rivers and canals along the backroads and charming authentic towns in France.
Travel to The Bahamas; they are calling your name. White, pink and coral sands are combined with warm azure waters. Sounds like paradise right? These shades unite the archipelago of over 700 islands spread out over 100,000 square miles.
More recently, the path of Hurricane Dorian united the people with a struggle for survival. The country has a message they would like all travelers to hear. Choose to visit the Bahamas.
Nestled in the hills high above San Diego is a hidden oasis. Call it a couples retreat, a San Diego getaway or a romantic escape, The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe is a little slice of heaven. This luxury resort property, part of the Marriott family of hotels, is reminiscent of a captivating Spanish hacienda. Visitors will find an historic property that exudes charm and represents a rich history right in the heart of this delightful small town called Rancho Santa Fe. Less than a half hour drive to San Diego and the coast, it makes for an easy couples retreat from either the city or the airport.
With a small population and exclusive zip code, the town seems centered around this romantic destination; the perfect setting to recharge, relax and spend some quality time together. Lavish, lush and private, my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay and are dreaming about a return visit to San Diego and another getaway to the picturesque 21 acre retreat and spa.
Sure Supergirl can fly, but for six minutes I too defied gravity and went aloft on a skydive wind tunnel adventure without wings or a powerpack. And it was awesome! Have you ever dreamed of skydiving but just can’t seem to drum up the nerve to jump out of a plane? There are those of us who love a thrill, but not at 10,000 feet in the sky. If you have always wanted the rush of the wind hitting your face as you are floating on air, but you are terrified that your chute won’t open, I have a place for you!
SkyVenture New Hampshire offers an experience like no other in a controlled environment just a few feet from the ground. What it lacks in altitude, it makes up for in fun. I found this the perfect adventure for Baby Boomers who have always wanted to skydive, but can’t quite get up the nerve to step out of a plane.
Summer has announced its imminent arrival and as travelers dream of a New England vacation, a scenic Maine hotel group is making an impact on responsible tourism. This season in South Casco, Maine, Migis Lodge will be powered for the first time with solar energy. The century-old vacation destination will offset 95% of its annual electric power with solar power. Located on Sebago Lake, the lodge and 35 cottages sit on 125 acres of pine tree covered land.