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Cruise With Royal Caribbean's Robot Bartenders PDF Print E-mail


They’re on duty aboard four of the line’s Of The Seas ships, Harmony, Quantum and Anthem. To meet them, find the Bionic Bar, where digital servers named Mix and Mingle will mix your requests. The robots, with 30 boozes and 21 mixers on hand, can produce two drinks a minute. But will they listen to that sad story about your broken romance?

 
Security Asks: Is That A Snake In Your Pants Or….? PDF Print E-mail


Obviously a familiar girl-asks-boy joke. But it really happened recently when a passenger attempted to smuggle a small snake aboard a flight from Germany's Berlin-Schonefeld Airport to Israel. Security detected the creature, resulting in the smuggling guy being arrested and fined.

 
Malibu CA: Soaring Beach Home Prices & Homelessness PDF Print E-mail


The Hollywood Reporter recently featured a story about how the usually upscale California oceanside cities are now dealing with homeless wanderers. Beaches, streets and boardwalks throughout Souther California are now littered with makeshift tents, tattered people and their inevitable trash.

Some reasons for the influx include soaring inflation, drugs and mental illness. It all brings back memories to your travel4senior.com editor. Looking at a modest house near the beach in Malibu in 1955, the price was $30,000, a bit high for a news writer earning $75 a week. That same house listed recently for sale at $2.5 million.

Also, beachfront hotel rooms are just a bit more expensive. In 1955 they were $30 a night. Just add a zero or so for today’s prices. If your upcoming travels take you to Malibu, Santa Monica, Laguna Beach, Venice or other Southern California oceanside cities, be aware of how the growing homeless crisis could affect your visit.

 
Frontier Airlines Now Encourages Tips To Flight Attendants PDF Print E-mail


Flying continues to become more hectic, with too frequent labor disputes and government shutdowns. And every time you buy your tickets, the prices keep going up, along with sneaky new add-ons.

Passengers have to pay for snacks now. The aircraft bathrooms are getting smaller along with seat sizes, except those upper class ones you pay higher money to occupy. Now one airline has hinted broadly that passengers should tip your airborne waiters AKA flight attendants. So, when you get that $10 small can of Coke and pack of peanuts, be sure to leave a generous tip.

 
New York NY: American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog PDF Print E-mail


Man’s best friend exhibit shows off a new home when the AKC-sponsored opening happens in Manhattan on February 8. The museum, formerly in St. Louis MO, will exhibit famous paintings, sculptures, demonstrations and other art featuring man’s best friend.

Entry is $15 for adults, $5 for kids under 12, and $10 for students, seniors, youth, and military. Of course, dog visitors are welcome for free. The museum is at 101 Park Avenue, and visiting hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday. museumofthedog.org

 
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