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Guide to Food and Fun in Europe for the Solo Traveler

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by Ellen Blake Europeans seem to love their food, history, art and architecture. Can you blame them?  An abundance of rich stories from the past help us understand their lives today. When you travel to Europe, what is your focal point? When traveling alone you have the luxury of planning a trip

Tasty Cooking Vacations

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10 Places to Connect with Your Inner Chef For some, a vacation offers the perfect opportunity to get out of the kitchen and let someone else prepare your meals. But for the foodies and apprentice chefs among us, a few days away provides a prime opportunity to pick up a few


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by Arlen Hollis Kane Forget What You’ve Heard, We Want You to Come Let’s say you want to visit New York but you don’t want to be a typical tourist, especially not in New York City where, or so you’ve heard, patience is short, people move fast, and tourists are  bounced around

Boomers Hit the Road

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According to the 2018 AARP Travel Trends survey, this year will be a big year of travel for boomers. Many say they want to travel to relax and rejuvenate…and not bring work along on the trip. Older Americans are almost twice as likely to feel free, both financially and otherwise, to

Granbury, Tx

Have you been to Granbury, Texas? ACCESSIBLE GRANBURY  is an entire website dedicated to helping navigate this wonderful small town for those with mobility disabilities. Nestled between the Upper Hill Country and North Texas is a hidden jewel called Granbury, just minutes from the Dallas and Fort Worth metroplex. Some say it