Exclusively for travelers over age 50, this Network enables older travelers to connect with each other for cultural exchange, travel tips, homestays, volunteering and other great activities all over the globe.
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Hello fellow 50+ Travelers, I am soon to embark on an around-the-world sojourn which will take me to the USA, UK, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Iceland and Singapore. The main stopping off points in the US will be southern California, Arizona, Texas, Colorado and the New England states. Hopefully there may be an opportunity to connect. Best wishes Andrew
I confess...........it's true....time flies and here I am . New to the site......Painter and works as a Lic. Cl. Social Worker.........travel often and have lived abroad. Live in a small New England town-originally from NYC.........looking forward to getting to know other travelers.....
Greetings, New here.. Going at the end of Oct. to Washington D.C. so anyone have any good thougths about being near Union Station. Here is the question... If I was to leave there and then found I could have done.... What would the could have done be, that I should have but I was not aware of it.. That is the thing I want to know.
Nikki, Laytonville Be sure to take time to get out of San Francisco when you come to Northern California, especially in the summer months when the city is foggy and cold. Festivals are a fun way to travel, check out Harmony Festival in June in Santa Rosa or Earthdance in September in Vallejo. Enjoy!
Antonia, Saint Helena
Napa Valley offers many options for 50 travelers. Besides the obvious miles and miles of vineyards and the 440 wineries, we have golf courses, hiking trails, fabulous restaurants and multiple events. A beautiful, fun place to visit.
judging from the weather in tucson today, winter is officially over...and it's what we like to think is "the reason we moved to arizona in the first place". we'll be anxious to hit the road come june, but for now....if you're looking for the perfect blend of sunshine and warmth, come on down....we'll be happy to have you over for a cappachino on the patio!
Isabel, Santa Cruz
Looking for a warm-weather escape? Come visit my husband and me in Colima, Mexico. You can fly in to Guadalajara, where we can show you our favorite artisans' shops and markets and take you to the restaurants with the best food, drink and mariachi music. A few hours' drive away is Colima, a paradise for nature lovers, photographers, hikers and beach goers. We are based in a small village where you will experience the real Mexico and have the opportunity to volunteer with a great local charity. It's also an ideal place for multi-generational travel, so feel free to bring the grandkids! To see photos and learn more about the amazing Mexican state of Colima, visit the Tripping blog: http://blog.tripping.com/44402967. Or visit our website for the small community we are building there: http://www.haciendadelarroyo.com. We look forward to hosting you,amigos!
Linda, Litchfield Corners
Excited to share stories and connect with others! Anyone have any trip plans coming up? I am going to warm Florida in February, Orlando area. Any suggestions for places to go or things to see? We are taking a four day break from the snow! So excited!!
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