I have been fortunate enough in my life to have had many travel opportunities with my family. From driving across the United States hitting many of the major tourist spots, to spending two weeks in Europe visiting family, I am so blessed. Over the past three years, however, my traveling has been done with my college chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Habitat has granted me trips that I never imagined I would go on, and it allowed me to push my boundaries more than I ever thought I could.
So you and your spouse have decided to retire. At some point in your retirement planning, you must ask yourself where you would like to spend your Golden Years. The following questions and insight should place you on the right path for finding just the location that suits your needs – even if it means […]
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Queens, the Brooklyn Museum, the F Train...Georgette discusses Ian Frazier's "Gone to New York" as a destination guide for travelers visiting the City.