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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.

8 Places to Experience Chocolate In Zurich

chocolates displayed at Lindt chocolate in Zurich Switzerland

Every true foodie knows that Switzerland is where you need to go to find the best chocolates in the world. From quaint little chocolatier shops in Geneva to chocolate factories in Zurich – if it’s made from cocoa beans, it is in Switzerland. And what better city to visit to truly experience chocolate than Zurich, […]

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Nine Safari Tips For a Memorable African Vacation

With visions of “the Big Five” dancing in my head, I began to prepare for my African Safari. My first step was to interview a family who had recently returned from a two-week African safari. Cheryl provided me with a number of tips, and I was happy to have her advice. Now that I’ve returned […]

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A Coveted Seat, The Chef’s Table at Talula’s, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

Talulas Table

There are several reasons to make your way out to beautiful Kennett Square, in Chester County Pennsylvania. First, it is steeped in American history. British General Sir William Howe marched through the streets on his way to the Battle of Brandywine, and the city was an essential Underground Railroad stop as many of the prominent […]

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The Gleaming Glass Dome of the Reichstag – A 360 Degree View of Germany’s Historic Capital

Illuminated Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany on christmas

Berlin is a modern city that embraces it’s tumultuous history while forging toward a hopeful future. There are many reminders of history around the beautiful capital. From Brandenburg Gate to the remnants of the Berlin Wall, most Berlin tours will take you to these sites, but equally famous is the Reichstag or Parliament building which […]

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The Day the Music Died

Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock, Texas (Phoro courtesy of City of Lubbock)

February 3, 1959 — sixty years ago — a small plane crashed into a snowy farm field near Clear Lake, Iowa. The plane’s pilot died, along with singer/musicians Ritchie Valens, J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson, and Buddy Holly. The first two have faded from memory, but Buddy Holly, just 22 when he died, has […]

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