These college towns aren’t just for students. Along with a mix of classes, culture and community, they offer first-class health care and modest taxes.
If you are among the growing number of people thinking about moving in retirement, we have some great suggestions—in fact, 12 of them.
Each of the cities and towns here is home to at least one college or university that offers access to concerts, interesting lectures and sports (without final exams and 8 a.m. French class). Most of our cities have a moderate cost of living, and all are located in states that exempt all or a portion of retirement income from taxes. Because health care is an important concern for retirees, our cities also have at least one hospital nearby that has received four or five stars—the highest rating—from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Continue at Source: 12 Smart Places to Retire
From Anchorage to Adelaide, the world is rife with cities perfect for wine-lovers to indulge in a fine tipple.
We could be sipping on a glass of two of Cabernet Sauvignon or Shiraz to accompany our dinner, we could settle in on the couch with a glass of vintage Merlot, or we could be sharing a bubbly bottle of Prosecco in a time of celebration with our nearest and dearest. Regardless of the situation, we’re blessed to never be short of opportunities to enjoy a glass of wine.
From the sunny valleys of South Australia to the historic, centuries-old vineyards scattered across various European countries, and then over the diverse wine-centric cities throughout the USA, wine snobs will have no trouble rejoicing with the plethora of blends on offer. Continue at Source: 10 Cities Perfect To Unleash The Inner Wine-Lover
Families struggling to entertainment for their children in Cambridgeshire can stop panicking.
InYourArea.co.uk has created the ultimate list for the best things to do with your kids across the county – mixing a range of indoor and outdoor activities. Continue at Source: The 35 best things to do with your kids in Cambridgeshire
Thankfully, cities all over the world are realizing the benefits of adventuring on two wheels and planning their development accordingly. Bicycle-friendly roadways, dedicated paths, exciting innovations and even completely car-free areas are ensuring cycling is becoming increasingly popular for both residents and tourists all over the world. See more at Source: 10 (Almost) Car-Free Cities To Visit That Are a Cyclist’s Dream
Getting that coveted shot on your vacay together—whether it’s your honeymoon, minimoon, a random week away, or business turned romance trip—is becoming increasingly easy as it is popular, thanks to an abundance of user and budget-friendly drone options on the market (Some of our favorites include the Parrot Anafi DJI Mavic 2, and the DJI Tello Quadcopter beginner drone). Now, where to use ‘em? Each of the magical trip spots on this list around the globe all make for fantastic aerial drone photosand videos that will make your followers have instant FOMO.
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