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Traveling in Retirement: Staying Safe and Within Budget During Your Vacation

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Thanks to Sharon Wagner from SeniorFriendly.info for this great guest blog post. One more senior-friendly travel tip: check in with your Personal Travel Concierge at SkyMedTravel.com to plan your trip. If you book with us, you get a SkyMed Trip Essentials membership free! Retirement is supposed to be the time in life where you get to […]


Luxury Travel Essentials to Carry On-Board

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Travel on first or even business class these days can be prohibitive, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t treat yourself to a little pampering to make your hours in “not-business class” a little easier. Uncomfortable seats top the list of what travelers hate most about flying—these tips will help you take the edge off. […]


How to Get Your Car Ready for a Road Trip

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No doubt with the holiday season fast approaching there is at least one road trip in your future to go see family and friends. Regardless of how you feel about hitting the road (we know, we know), it’s always a good idea to prepare. Here are a few tips on how to get your car […]


Budget-Savvy Travel Tips for Seniors on the Go

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This guest post was written by Sharon Wagner, editor of www.seniorfriendly.info, a user-friendly site that offers “tips, tricks, and advice to stay active and engaged as you age.” Good news for senior travelers!  You don’t need to spend a fortune in order to be able to take your retirement on the road.  Whether your trading in […]


Cruise Tips for First-Timers

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Congratulations! Boarding your very first cruise can be exhilarating, to say the least, though it might be a tad overwhelming. This is a unique vacation that comes with its own unique set of travel tips, so read on for some of our favorites. First, find a cruise line that fits your personality Are you cruising […]


Travel Fails to Avoid

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You book in a hurry—and get a non-refundable ticket for the wrong date. Or head out the door and get to the airport during rush hour—only to realize you left your passport in your side table drawer. The list of #travelfails can be pretty long and some can even be quite funny (unless they happen […]