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Road Scholar Announces Top Learning Adventures for Solo Travelers
| 09:33 PM Europe/Amsterdam
As the global solo traveler trend continues to grow, not-for-profit Road Scholar welcomed thousands of new solo travelers on its learning adventures in 2018. In 2019, the organization expects even more solo travelers that will be among the more than …
Road Scholar Launches Its First-ever Floating Campus, New Grandparent Camping Programs And Expeditions To Antarctica In 2019
| 04:21 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Senior travel has emerged as a travel trend to watch in 2019. According to the AARP’s Travel Report of 2018, an estimated 37 percent of boomers spent more on travel in 2018 than they did in 2017, with no end to their increase in spending in sight. …
Road Scholar Introduces New Camping Learning Adventures For Grandparents To Share Nature's Beauty With Their Grandchildren
| 03:35 PM Europe/Amsterdam
When it comes to enriching the lives of older adults, not-for-profit Road Scholar is always innovating. For the summer of 2019, the educational travel organization is unveiling a new kind of experience in its collection of popular learning …
9 Top Tips for Staying Healthy in Retirement opens in new window
We all know that staying fit and eating right are essential to living a health life. But as we age, things change — our metabolism may not burn off extra calories as fast as it once did, or that first tinge of arthritis may make playing a set of tennis or running a 5K feel like a pipe dream. Adjustments can be made!
Contrary to What You May Have Heard—Now’s the Time to Go to Cubaopens in new window
It’s an island in the middle of the Caribbean Sea a little bit bigger than Tennessee, but ever since Fidel Castro and his band of Communist rebels took control of Cuba in the late 1950s, Cuba has had an outsized presence in the American consciousness.
A Journey to Normandy: How One Man Follows His Father’s Footsteps on D-Dayopens in new window
On June 6, 1944, just over 75 years ago, 156,000 Allied soldiers landed in Normandy for one of the most pivotal events in WWII: D-Day. One of these soldiers was James Nunn, a paratrooper and Commander of Company A in the 82nd Airborne Division, and the father to Road Scholar participant Tom Nunn.
5 Reasons You Should Take a European River Cruiseopens in new window
There are many ways to travel between cities in Europe, but let's be honest, racing through a crowded airport or train station is less than desirable. You could also rent a car, but then you have to contend with traffic congestion. Gliding across the continent on a river boat cruise, however, offers an appealing alternative.
Announcing: Road Scholar’s Inaugural Civil Rights Conference in Montgomeryopens in new window
In February, 2020, Road Scholar will launch our inaugural Civil Rights Conference in Montgomery, Alabama. We will welcome expert civil rights speakers, including Bryan Stevenson, civil rights attorney, activist and founder and of the Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, as well as more than 100 Road Scholars from across the U.S. eager to learn about civil rights history.