Last night, Alan and I attended a Montana Country Christmas in Stevensville. Carolers marched down Main Street singing familiar tunes, the crowd gasped when the city’s Christmas lights were turned on and everyone cheered when Santa arrived in a decorated carriage pulled by two beautiful draft horses. Alan and I warmed up by one of the fire bins while enjoying a cup of hot chocolate. Then we browsed the stores before enjoying dinner at Stevi Cafe. Now we’re on the lookout for more holiday events to experience. What about you? Don’t forget to check out the holiday events in your city or town. It’s like taking a vacation in your own backyard.
Our theme for December is travel tips. We shared a bunch of them in the December newsletter, including my advice on how to know if a travel tip is right for you. Click here to take a look. Did you like it? Don’t forget to subscribe.
This month, we’re revealing some of our best Travel Tips. As you know, Alan and Donna have been exploring the world for years now. They really do know travel and are always ready to share their tricks of the travel trade with the My Itchy Travel Feet readers. It’s hard to choose from so many, but here are a few of my favorite travel tips:
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This Week’s Articles
Getting ready to travel over the holidays? Make sure to check out these Active Travel Packing Tips for some great ideas on how to be prepared for any type of trip.
Still on the lookout for that perfect something for the grandkids? Take a look at our Travel Gift Guide for Grandkids to get some great inspiration!
This week, we featured Arlene Davis, a 74-year-old world traveler who began her adventures at the age of 65. Along the way, she’s learned quite a bit and is here to share her best Travel Tips for Women Going at it Alone.
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Already planning your travel for the new year? Take a look at Donna’s recommendation for Absolutely Inspiring Places to Visit in 2017.
Need no-nonsense advice for packing? Rick Steves published a great list of packing tips.
Have you read about the couple who’s been road tripping to every U.S. National Park this year? Take a look.
That’s all for now but we really want to hear from you. If you have a question about travel or suggestions for our next boomer road trip eguide, please send an email through our contact us page.