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Welcome to the Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for February 3. The rise of games like Wordle and Spelling Bee have us curious - what games are you folks playing? Today's article about games contains an instant poll - please answer the question and share your faves.

For anyone who is interested in Florida's nature and adventure we recommend an excellent free newsletter and website, FloridaRambler.com. It is monthly and features unusual State parks and beaches, outdoor getaways, and interesting things to do. This month one of their more unusual recommendations was:
The Swamp Cabbage Festival, Feb. 26-27, has more than 50 years of tradition in La Belle, an authentic Florida town east of Fort Myers.
 You can sign up for the newsletter at their site, Floridarambler.com. If you don't see a signup click on an article and you probably will.
 

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Hill Country: Boerne, Texas

An affluent small town in the beautiful Texas hill country northwest of San Antonio. Stroll through European architecture and discover a world of galleries and specialty and antique shops on Hauptstrasse (Main Street).  More >>

To Rent or Not to Rent: That Is the Question

Many companies are now building houses and townhomes expressly for the rental market. Meanwhile many adult communities offer rentals. For many retirees, renting might be the smarter choice. More >>

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The Games People Play

Retirement in the pandemic has led many people to the world of games. There are video games, online card games, board games, word games, etc. This article has a quick, one question poll - we would like to find out which games are most popular with the Topretirements crowd. What is your favorite game>>

 

Newport, Rhode Island

 In colonial days Newport was the most important port in Rhode Island. During the 19th century the richest Americans made this the place to live in the summer. Today, their "cottages", along with many restaurants and shops, make it a fun place to visit and retire. More >>

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