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  • Seniors on the Go: Don't be afraid of foreign public transit

    Seniors on the Go: Don't be afraid of foreign public transit
    In an earlier column, I urged travelers to check out the many deals available for public transit in the most popular U.S. destination cities. My suggestions apply equally to major foreign cities: As a longtime traveler, I've not had any trouble using subways in every big city I've ever visited.
  • Walk across Prague

    Known as the "Golden City of 100 Spires," Prague boasts a fairytale medieval Old Town, historic churches and synagogues, and perhaps Europe's largest castle. A good way to introduce yourself to the city, its layered past, and its resilient people is...

    Seniors on the Go: Low-fare airlines in Europe

    Seniors on the Go: Low-fare airlines in Europe
    On my last trip to Europe, I planned a few days in London, then a week of driving around Switzerland starting at Geneva. My frequent flyer award would not allow a London-Geneva flight link, so I needed some way to get there. I first checked on doing the...

    Brussels: The would-be capital of Europe

    Last October, the Nobel Peace Prize was given to 500 million people who have, for the last 65 years, made a conscious decision to live together in peace and harmony: the European Union (EU). In the words of the Nobel Committee, "The EU has helped to...

    Seniors on the Go: Traveling with a bad back

    Seniors on the Go: Traveling with a bad back
    Regardless of overall health or age, many travelers endure back problems of varying severity. And it doesn't take much of a problem to curtail what you can comfortably do while you're traveling. If you have any degree of difficulty, you need to minimize...