Top Retirement Towns
What Falmouth is like for active adults
Set at the bottom left base of Cape Cod, this fairly large town is a popular retirement community surrounded on 2 sides by water. Falmouth, Massachusetts (population 32,000) actually consists of a number of villages and unincorporated towns including Woods Hole, Teaticket, and East, West, and North Falmouth. Woods Hole is where one takes the Ferry to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, and it is also the home of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution...
What Antigua is like for active adults
Once a major capital of the Spanish empire, today Antigua is one of the most beautiful and tranquil small cities in Central America. Gorgeous colonial houses line cobblestone streets that lead to the Parque Central. Here, a large town square is always filled with mingling youthful Guatemalan couples, tourists taking a break and people watchers. An impressive white colonial cathedral sits on one side of the park, with a palace, smaller churches and several small museums rounding out the square...
What Woodbury is like for active adults
Woodbury is a suburb of Philadelphia in New Jersey. The town is about 10,000 people. Photo of The Victor, a statue in front of Woodbury High School courtesy of Wikipedia and Jrcla2. For more details about this area consult our review of Philadelphia...
State: New Jersey
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What Oklahoma City is like for active adults
Oklahoma City was founded during the great land rush of 1889. It reached a population of 10,000 in just a few hours. Today its population is over 600,000 with over a million in the Metro. Located almost exactly in the center of the state, it is the capital of Oklahoma. Downtown Oklahoma City became devastated because of white flight and the move to the suburbs...