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David Porter

When I think of group travel, the first thing that comes to my mind is a busload of silver-haired matriarchs headed to Branson, Missouri. You know, crowded buses, truckstop restroom breaks, and quite likely a fair amount of snoring.
Tis the season for chaos, conniption fits, and cancellations in our nation's airports. To help you arrive at your destination with your sanity intact, here are a few holiday travel tips to follow:
For baby boomer travelers, there is no better way to have your dream vacation ruined than having your wallet, purse, passport, or credit cards stolen.
When headed to a fabulous, once-in-a-lifetime destination, having the airlines lose your luggage can definitely start your dream vacation out on the wrong foot.
There are a lot of things that come to my mind when the subject of Thanksgiving Day comes my way.
I don't know about you, but we absolutely hate standing in massive TSA airport security lines during busy vacation and holiday seasons.
As I write this, Londoners and travelers from all over the world are descending on the London 2012 Olympic Stadium for the much anticipated Opening Ceremony.
As a rule, we're not folks given to foul language. So, I struggled a bit as I considered the title for this article.
Summer is upon us. That means that millions of Americans' cameras will be preserving precious memories from family vacations, get-togethers, weddings, graduations, and so much more.
Ocean cruises are hugely popular with the baby boomer traveler.
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