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The Travelers Way is the online magazine featuring affordable luxury destinations and experiences for curious baby boomer travelers. We provide information and inspiration to help travelers to find value luxury – that sweet spot where price and experience intersect to create wow!

 

With travel writers around the world, and well over a century of travel experiences under our belt, we’ve got recommendations and advice to help your plan your next trip, whether you’re going across town or around the world.

Plane Spotting and More at Kansai International Airport

Japan’s Kansai International Airpot (KIX) is located on an artificial island in the middle of Osaka Bay. Opened in 1994, it serves as the international hub for ANA and JAL, as well as Peach, Japan’s first international low-cost carrier. If you’re traveling internationally to the Kansai region (Kyoto, Kobe, Osaka), chances are that you’ll arrive […]

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An Endless Summer of Surfing in New South Wales, Australia

Stretching more than 1,200 miles, the New South Wales (NSW) coastline is home to some of the best surfers and surfing beaches in the world. This Summer, NSW will host five World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS) and Junior Tour events along its coastline. You’ll find hundreds of beautiful beaches, plus nine National Surfing […]

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Trail of Ale in St. Pete/Clearwater, Florida

You may be familiar with the white-sand beaches, world-renowned museums, and 361 days of sunshine that the Florida gulf coast has to offer. But did you know that the craft beer scene in St. Pete/Clearwater rivals those of the country’s most established beer towns? With more than 27 (and growing) independent breweries making up the […]

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San Francisco Celebates the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love

2017 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love, a yearlong celebration of San Francisco’s counter-culture with a 1960’s throwback including exhibitions, performances, literary events, tribute concerts and recognition of significant moments in time. The city of San Francisco served as a magnet for musicians, artists and social rebels in the mid-to-late Sixties. They […]

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National Park Service Fee Free Days

The National Park Service celebrated 100 years last year and it seems like everyone got in the swing of all things NPS. But, I hope you haven’t forgotten these national treasures and have got a visit planned for 2017. To help stretch your travel budget (because there’s always more travel than money, right?), here are […]

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