Pictured above: Looking almost straight down from Santorini, Greece to the sailing cruise ship the Windstar. You can get down by donkey, walk, or the funicular!
Two weeks ago we reviewed 8 different regions of Florida in Part 1 of our "Florida Retirement 101" series. This week we take that discussion further with the retirement pros and cons of each region. Plus our prediction of what kind of person might be happiest in each.
Coming in at #5 on the Topretirements list of 100 Most Popular Places to Retire, this town in northcentral Arizona definitely has retirement mojo. We know of at least 15 different active communities in this old western town, the one-time capital of the Arizona Territory. It's also a college town with a pretty downtown around the Courthouse Plaza.
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Cruising is a top priority for many retirees. But where do you get started to find out your options and make sure you get the most out of your experience? Pat Kennedy, an experienced cruiser, shares her top 10 tips for planning a cruise in this Featured Article.
Planning a Cruise
This quiet town on Florida's Gulf Coast is just the kind of place we like to learn about. It has beautiful beaches and 2 State Parks, including Stump Pass State Beach Park. Yet it's so low key that it isn't overwhelmed like so many other, better known places. Englewood is just below Venice and above Gasparilla.
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