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Disney Parks Now Welcome Canine Family Members PDF Print E-mail

When you next visit the world-famous fun places based on the antics of a mouse, you’ll be permitted to bring your dog to join in on the fun.

Be aware that there are extra charges for the furry guests in the parks, as well as when you stay at an on-site Disney hotel. When booking a hotel room, checking all fees, including the Pluto Welcome Kit. It contains a mat, several bowls, ID tag and other helpful items.

Looking For A Retirement Home? Italian Town Wants YOU! PDF Print E-mail

According to a CNN report, the charming little town of Candela, inland 50 miles  from Naples, has seen its population dwindle from 8,000 to 2,700 in the past decade. The mayor is now offering to pay newcomers as much as $2,350 to settle in Candela.

In addition to that incentive, because of the mass exodus by former residents, many vacant homes are available for low, low sale and rental prices. You’ll never find such cheap housing in grossly overpriced senior havens like Miami, Los Angeles or San Diego. Of course, as with all charming Italian towns, Candela has charming scenery, great restaurants, frequent festivals and friendly neighbors. They’ll welcome senior American travelers with lots of retirement money to spend.

Would You Bed And/Or Bet Down In A Space Casino Resort? PDF Print E-mail

Bigelow Aerospace, a Las Vegas tech company, says it may put a large inflated structure between Earth and the moon within the next decade. While orbiting the moon, it will have all the internal elements of a Sin City resort, including suites, entertainment stage, pub, restaurant, casino, spa, gym et al.

Of course, the advanced vehicle will be a luxury adventure, but what happens after a few drinks at the bar? Well, my dear, that was a nice space dinner and drinks. Now, let’s step outside for a few moments of fresh airrrrrrrrr……

Greedy Restaurants And Hotels Use You As Spokesperson PDF Print E-mail

After a meal or overnight experience, many senior travelers are inundated with online requests to post favorable comments on social media websites. Of course, that’s OK if you do it voluntarily following an especially good experience. However, the beancounters who promote those businesses now consider the internet a fantastic free advertising tool.

As a recent customer, your happy comments encourage travelers to patronize that hotel or restaurant. Therefore, when you’re being pressured online to write favorable words on social media, realize you’re creating free advertising without any compensation. Of course, if you have a particularly bad experience … such as bugs in your bed or flies in your soup … feel free to blab it angrily on social media.

Gripe About Check In: Senior Temper Tantrum Freezes Airport PDF Print E-mail

The lesson for today, senior travelers, is to keep cool. Of course, flying these days can be insanely difficult, especially when in a crowded, confusing airport.

Recently at La Guardia, a 75-year-old passenger vented his anger at the extra charge for his bag by declaring it had a bomb in it. Of course, it was just the senior's thoughtless way of being sarcastic. However, his outburst caused a security alert and the airport went on terror attack mode.

The results were considerable flight delays and other confusion. Advice: No matter what the provocation when you’re at an airport, keep your temper and words in check.


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