Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Travel Sites

Photo: Anthony Citrano
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Are you going any where for Thanksgiving? Christmas? New Years?
Plan now to give yourself something to look forward to for the holidays. And when you do, here are some good ideas and helpful websites for singles.

They're not Christian sites, and I really don't know if there are some Christian travel sites out there, so feel free to send me the links if you can recommend some. I found these from my AARP magazine (one of the advantages of getting over the hill is their insider secrets to tricky savings!) If you have a business like AARP, you never want to get old people mad at you, so I think they're pretty careful about their listings and these should be reliable.

For travel advice on places to go, how to get there, and how to stay safe (even if you're just driving to your mother's), take a look at these:
solotravel.org
SoloLady.com

If you would like to find a travel companion try these sites:
Connecting: Solo Travel Network  cstn.org

If you are interested in a cruise, try

Now don't go all crazy on me and buy tickets for The Love Boat, but maybe some travel would be good for you. Just be sure to especially take a look at the solotravel.org safety tips. Why? Because I love you! Start packing your bags!
ferree

2 comments:

  1. Hi Ferree,
    Your readers would be very welcome to join one of our Christian tours to Europe, where you are assured of fun and fellowship. Here's the link for our current tours and there will be more added this week, including a trip to England, Scotland and Paris.

    Many blessings,
    Rowena
    Reformation Tours, LLC
    1-800 303-5534

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  2. Rowena, I'm so glad you found this post! Thanks for the link; your tours look delightful!

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