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

Mark's “Tools of the Travel Trade”

Michele Broccardo - Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Mark Brown’s Suggested “Tools of the Travel Trade” Read more

The Benefits of Working With a Professional Travel Advisor

Michele Broccardo - Sunday, June 16, 2013

Babybmrs Sits Down With a Professional Travel Advisor  Read more

California–A Vacation for Kids or Grandkids

Lisa Niday - Sunday, June 12, 2011

Recently I took my daughter's family on a spring break excursion to California. I learned some insights on this trip which can certainly be applied if you are going on a trip to California with your kids or grand kids or maybe even some big kids. Read more

Tips from Spain

Lisa Niday - Sunday, September 27, 2009

We arrived in Spain last Friday. We flew in on EasyJet. Europe has many low cost carriers flying out of some of the smaller airports which have quite good rates. In the states, we would compare this to Southwest (sort of). Southwest looks like first class in comparison to some of the experiences on the cheaper carriers here. Read more

Airline Miles Redemption-Airline Frequent Flier Programs not always available in the "saver" mileage option

Lisa Niday - Saturday, August 22, 2009

In my last article, I discussed some changes to Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards program that I discovered and wanted to pass along. This week I experienced a couple of other frequent flier reward programs and must say I am disappointed. Read more

Southwest Airlines Rewards/European Travel Tips

Lisa Niday - Tuesday, August 11, 2009

I travel in many forms, most of the time it's for my job, so that makes me a road warrior. I have been as high as a 100K flier (120 legs or 100,000 miles in one year, for me it was segments) and typically spent around 75% of my time traveling on business. This year has been an exception to the rule, we are under much stricter travel guidelines so I have been sidelined from travel. I digress. Read more

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