Welcome to Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for November 8. The election is over, for the most part, so maybe we can all settle down and come together as a country. Meanwhile we had a lot of interesting comments to last week's question, "Where Will You Be When You're 80". If you haven't provided your two cents on the topic, please, we would all love to hear it!
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The city of Puerto Limón, commonly known as Limón, stretches along the Caribbean Coast. It is considered to be one of the most pristine areas of the country offering wetlands, mountains and scenic landscape. Costa Rica is stable and friendly. More »
Since 1960 when the first Sun City started up there has been a world of change in retirement living. How have baby boomers changed the model for how and where people live in retirement - and what's ahead. Here are 10 predictions. More>>
Google works in strange ways. This article from 8 years ago remains the most popular article on the Topretirements website, thanks to its prominence in search results. It must be an interesting topic - so we thought we should share it with you again. More>>
Most people know these islands off the southwest coast of Florida as a warm tropical paradise for high-end winter vacations. But we also know many people who choose to retire here, mostly as snowbirds. The 15 miles of white coral beaches are famous for shelling, and the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge is always fun to explore. More>>
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