When Your Flight Ends, Be Ready To Hit The Aisle And Exit PDF Print E-mail

This happens too frequently to your travel4seniors.com editor. It’s irritating when passengers who wait until it's their turn to leave the plane, then block the aisle. They always do it while gathering belongings they should have grabbed immediately after the plane parked.

If you’re not in a hurry to deplane, there are people behind you who have a short window of time to get to their next flight or airport pick-up. In other words, if you don’t need to rush to deplane, get the hell out of the way of those who do.

Coronavirus Cancellations & Other Travel Changes PDF Print E-mail

If you have upcoming flight, cruise and other travel plans, check hourly for possible schedule changes. The negative effects on travel are worldwide and continuing to develop.

An effective current source on getting the latest info is: www.usatoday.com/story/travel/cruises/2020/02/28/coronavirus-latest-cruise-cancellations-itinerary-changes-cancellations

Bad Wall Street News Is Good News At The Gas Pump PDF Print E-mail

With the major stock market dip, prices are down to $2.50 per gallon and lower. It may be worthwhile to greet springtime with a road trip. Considering oil cartel robberies of just a few years ago when prices spiked near $5 a gallon, driving can once again be a senior pleasure.

Choose a national park destination, cruise along Route 66, enjoy the scenic California coast highways or enjoy emerging springtime flowers in the Colorado mountains. Whatever your destiny, you’ll need to spend much less this year filling up your gas tank.

Philly PA: Eat Where Hamilton, Franklin & Adams Dined PDF Print E-mail

More than six million people annually visit Philadelphia’s Independence National Historical Park in the downtown area. When eating there in two-centuries old City Tavern, they can "be in the room where it happened” as sung in the musical, "Hamilton."

Just a short walk from Independence Hall, where America’s Founding Fathers created a new nation, is the popular restaurant. Opened in 1773, it was where members of the First Continental Congress gathered to dine and drink. Few things have changed, except dinner in 1776 was $1. Today it’s $50. www.10best.com/interests/food-travel/dine-like-its-1776-historic-city-tavern-philadelphia

Incredibly Stupid L.A. Law Allows Bikes On Sidewalks PDF Print E-mail

While many other major cities forbid bikes and scooters to speed up and down sidewalks, the City of Angels blesses the dangerous practice. While the LA law specifies that bikers pedal slowly and be careful, most of them rush along sidewalks heedless of strollers, including the elderly and children.

So, if you’ll be tour walking along Hollywood Boulevard, shopping in Beverly Hills or sightseeing on downtown LA streets, be very careful. Try to avoid being knocked down by some law-abiding biker pedaling at a safe 60 miles per hour.


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