Travel destinations, techniques and reviews targeted towards the baby boomer.

Top 10 Places My Eleven Year Old Grandson Wants to Visit

Lisa Niday - Thursday, June 20, 2013

In the last of the grandson's top 10 lists, Wyatt lists the top 10 places he wants to visit. Many of you may have grandkids who want to visit these same destinations or perhaps you could share your list with us.  Read more

Top 10 Places I Want to Go

Lisa Niday - Monday, June 10, 2013

By: David Michael Hallett Read more

Biking Through European Cities

Lisa Niday - Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Bike Tours Led By Fat Tire Bike Company Read more

A Break in the Chaos

Lisa Niday - Monday, February 21, 2011

The difference was a pedestrian area, conveniently located close to my hotel which allowed for some relaxation and exploration. After departing from the hotel, I took a short stroll though a market area, and after about a two blocks, I arrived at a large car-free area where tourists and locals alike could walk around and mingle as they pleased. It was a prime location for souvenir shopping. Visitors could buy fresh flowers, handmade soap, postcards and t-shirts, at prices that would not empty your wallet. I actually did most of my own souvenir shopping in this area. There were many different types of shops in this area, and plenty of different ways for people to find items. Read more

Dealing with the Unexpected-What happens if you lose your passport?

Landry Pope - Sunday, February 20, 2011

There are many, many different factors that can make vacations one of the greatest experiences in our lives. However, there are also things which can make traveling a nightmare. A situation which can fall into the latter category can be when a traveler goes overseas, and suddenly realizes they have been separated from their passport. A passport is one of the most important documents a traveler needs, and whether it is lost or stolen, it is something which needs to be replaced soon. Read more

Andechs and Munich, Germany

Lisa Niday - Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Really this should be titled the Beer Tour. We stopped on our way back to Munich in Andechs.  We drove through some beautiful countryside. For complete photos check out our albumRead more

Tirol, Austria and Bavaria, Germany

Lisa Niday - Wednesday, October 21, 2009

I combined these destinations because we stayed over the border in Pinswag, Austria and went back and forth between Germany and Austria. Unfortunately the weather conditions were not ideal, but that’s how it goes, you can’t control the weather.
photo of exterior of typical Bavarian architecture
Typical Bavarian look, although ours was peppered with snow which made it even more idyllic looking. Read more

Dachau Concentration Camp

Lisa Niday - Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Dachau was the first concentration camp used by the Nazis in 1933 and served as a model for all other concentration camps. We toured the museum, a bunker behind the museum, the restored barracks, and took a walk across the now vacant camp to the crematorium. For more photos from this location, go to our albumRead more

Travel Tips for Europe

Lisa Niday - Sunday, October 18, 2009

We are almost at the conclusion of our 34-day European trip. I was thinking about lessons or tidbits I could share that might be beneficial to everyone, so here's a few. Read more

Rome

Lisa Niday - Sunday, October 18, 2009

Colosseum Read more



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