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baby boomer travel

  • Twice a year, Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa at the Islands of Loreto hosts a wellness week. This luxury resort is located in a remote part of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, where the desolate desert opens up to expose a beautiful waterfront resort in the Loreto Islands Mexico. When I walked into my room, I was surprised to find a rather spacious one-bedroom apartment with a kitchen, living room, and oversized balcony looking out…

  • Jamaica is one of my favorite island destinations. It was the first place I went outside the U.S., with (ahem) an ex-boyfriend during those crazy carefree college years. That was more than 30 years ago and I was struck by how friendly and authentic the people of Jamaica were.  I’ve been back numerous times since that inaugural trip, including a family trip for Christmas, and nothing has changed. And that’s a good thing. The people…

  • Have you ever been traveling to a destination and you can slowly feel your breaths lengthen and your shoulders drop? You know, the kind of getaway that is going to force you to unplug and just enjoy a few laid back afternoons together as empty nesters. I recently felt this calmness on the short one hour drive from the Milwaukee airport to Elkhart Lake, a region that feels more like Mayberry than the mayhem of…

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