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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.

Beyond Breweries: Family Friendly Attractions in Milwaukee

Milwaukee Art Museum

Say the word Milwaukee and I bet you picture a foamy glass of beer. Understandably so, as Milwaukee was home to the Pabst, Blatz, Schlitz and Miller Brewing Companies garnering its nickname, “the city that beer built“.  Yet despite its long-standing connection to the malted beverage, this Wisconsin city is a family destination. Beyond traditional family attractions like the Milwaukee […]

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8 Natural Wonders in Minnesota

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Minnesota’s natural wonders range from moments of quiet awe to outsize thrills. While crowds fill the parking lots at the nation’s best-known national parks, a growing number of travelers in the know are discovering why Minnesota is one of the best places in the country to enjoy an outdoor vacation. Here are eight Natural Wonders […]

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Weekend Getaway: Portland, Maine

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A visit to Maine has been on my wish list of travel destinations since reading Patricia McLachlan’s, Sarah, Plain and Tall. When I learned we were relocating to New England, I have to admit one of my first thoughts was ‘Maine, here I come!’. Portland is located in the southern portion of the state along the coast of Casco Bay. With […]

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Happy Ghost Month

Ghost Month in Taiwan

Taiwan’s “Ghost Month” falls between August 3rd and September 1st this year, and although it may sound terrifying, the ceremonies and cultural festivals that take place at this time make it a very special time to visit. Legend has it that, the gates of hell open on the first day of the Lunar month and close on […]

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10 Thing to Do in Provence, France

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Located in southeastern France, extending from the lower Rhone River to the Italian border, and bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, Provence maximizes its climate and landscape into some of the best cultural and culinary tourism around. You may not know exactly where it is on the map, but chances are, you’ve heard of it. And […]

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