Top Ten seniortravel Articles

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Here are the top ten articles for the Senior Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. A Brief History of Florida's Cabbage Key
Cabbage Key is a popular day trip spot for visitors to boat over, have lunch, enjoy the afternoon and return to the mainland. For those interested in more than staying just a few hours, the Inn has several types of lovely overnight lodging for guests from which to choose

2. Find Old Florida on Cabbage Key
Looking for some old Florida charm? Look no further than Cabbage Key. Accessible only by boat, this little piece of tropical paradise will dish up a southern size helping. Take a day trip for lunch, sip on a Cabbage Creeper at the Dollar Bill Bar, or stay a couple nights in a cottage by the water.

3. Florida's Cayo Costa State Park
The undeveloped barrier island of Cayo Costa along Florida's Gulf Coast is home to Cayo Costa State Park. Regaled for its pristine, shell littered, uncrowded beaches, it is only accessible by boat. Not to worry, it's a short ferry ride to the island. Take a day trip or camp overnight.

4. Marvelous Marietta On The Ohio
From its red brick streets, tree lined avenues with grand Victorian homes, to its rich history, quaint shopping, and scenic river setting; Marietta emanates the unassuming appeal of small town America.

5. BC Ferries - Free Fares for Seniors
Guest author Janet Collins tells us about BC Ferries great mid-week fares for resident seniors. Seniors travel for free Mon to Thurs. What a great reason to travel! BCFerries has great info on package vacations and more.

6. White Gull Inn Cherry Coffeecake Recipe
Known as “Cherryland USA,” Door County is one of the country’s leading producers of Montmorency cherries. Here's a favorite recipe that showcases this fabulous fruit from the historic White Gull Inn in Fish Creek.

7. Celebrate The Harvest On A Wine Trail Or Tour
August thru October means it’s harvest time in grape vineyards across the country. This is a great time to plan a day trip, weekend getaway, or a whole vacation around the harvest.

8. Cheyenne Frontier Days Free Events
Cheyenne Frontier Days celebrates 126 years and takes place July 22 - 31st. If you’re out Wyoming way in mid-July, you may want to take time to slip on your cowboy boots and help whoop-it-up at Cheyenne Frontier Days. There's plenty to do that won’t cost you a dime.

9. Florida's Franklin County is a Natural Escape
Pay a visit to Franklin County Florida along the picturesque panhandle of the Gulf Coast, and you'll find everything a Florida vacation should be, and more.

10. Chef Siegel's Rhode Island Style Calamari
The Lodge at Geneva-On-The-Lake is a great Ohio getaway. Tucked along the shore of Lake Erie you can take in beautiful sunrises and sunsets, visit local wineries or indulge in a massage.



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