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My Itchy Travel Feet, The Baby Boomer’s Guide to Travel, Donna L. Hull (she’s the writer) and Alan Hull (he’s the photographer) travel the world recording their experiences with words, photos and videos so that boomers will know exactly what to expect on their next trip. Since May 2008, the Montana couple have reported on active travel adventures covering both international and domestic destinations.

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Solo travel to Hong Kong
Hong Kong is the perfect place to experiment with solo travel. It has so much to offer, with an incredible fusion of East and West making it a city full of history, culture, food and nature. Hike up to Victoria Peak for the best view in the city, take a day trip to Lamma Island and go for a hike and a swim, lose yourself in the hustle and bustle of the Mong Kok.
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How to take a self-guided walking tour in Amsterdam
While Amsterdam may be on the Grand Tour for every foreigner to visit while in Europe, intrepid travelers who prefer less touristy cities shouldn't pass it by. Amsterdam is filled with warm citizens (who have no issue speaking English to you), wonderful food, and picturesque settings.
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How to take a Maui Ziplining adventure
The idea of careening down a wire through the jungle may sound terrifying. It did to me. But when my 13-year-old son requested to zipline on a recent trip to Maui (having asked for nothing else on the vacation), what could I do but oblige? The thing is, it didn't occur to me that if I took him ziplining, I'd have to do it as well!
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Tucson Gem Show travel tips
My favorite memory from the Tucson Gem Show was when a girlfriend and I (shopping isn't Alan's cup of tea), visited the African Art Village on the last day of the show in 2011 when it was located along the I-10 frontage road. After parking in the public lot on Grant Road, west of I-10, our afternoon of bargain hunting began. The plan of action?
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Experiencing a weekend in Napa with three generations
Michelin-starred food, grape-covered hillsides, and afternoon wine tastings - it's no secret why more than three million visitors make the trip to California's Napa Valley. But try to plan a three-generation weekend trip, including a toddler, and tippling through wine country might not make the top of your list. Don't write it off too quickly though. With the right planning, a weekend in Napa can make everyone happy.
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