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For the upcoming autumn season, Millennium Hotels and Resorts is offering sensational weekend packages in some of its key locations across the United States, including Anchorage, Boston, Boulder, Chicago, Cincinnati, Durham, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York, Los Angeles and St. Louis. Whether it's a romantic getaway, a cultural rendez-vous or a weekend with the family, Millennium has a package to suit all tastes and budgets.
While it's not the South of France, it is full great travel deals, world-class golf courses, and some famous American authors. The best part? The fall season sees temperatures in the high 70s during the day, and high 60s in the evening.
When do you cross the line from middle age to senior citizen? It depends on who's offering the membership or discount. According to the AARP, you're officially there when you're just 50 and they invite you to join. The federal government stretches it to 65, when you first qualify to receive social security and Medicare benefits. And somewhere in between are the airlines, hotels, B&B's, tourist boards & restaurants, all usually offering at least some aged-based incentive to buy their products.
With hundreds of islands strewn about the waters, each with a distinct culture and topography, deciding where to go can be a Herculean task. Today, we look at two offers for active travelers to Belize and St. Thomas and a series of price cuts on already cheap packages to Barbados. Hopefully, these deals can you help you cull your list of options.
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From Elyse Nadler: "My sister and I have decided to go on vacation to TN. We would like to go to Memphis, Nashville and the Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge Area. Can anyone assist with good itinerary suggestions and places to stay? I found a great deal on airfare to Nashville, so the trip would probably start there. We will be renting a car two days after we arrive for the remainder of the trip. Can we get around Nashville without a car?"
From Steve Querrey: "My wife & I have never been to Wisconsin (we live in southern Iowa). We would like to find somewhere to go during the 2nd or 3rd week of October. We don't want to fight big crowds or the like and would really like to find someplace where we can stay in a 'cottage' type atmosphere, but no bed & breakfast. A water atmosphere would be nice, but not a must. Just looking for somewhere to get away and relax with access to small town with something to do and a restaurant or two."
From Linda Kessler: "We tooled around Washington State in August. Our interests were food, wine and sights. Did the coast and islands on a previous trip. Here's a brief recap with some suggestions."
From A. Noble: "Three of us will be traveling from Portland ME through Vermont and New Hampshire and then back down toward Boston over a two-day period. Any suggestions on highlights or must-see places? Thanks!"
From John Morris: "Several weeks ago I stayed at the Nags Head Inn with a dear friend of mine. Her recent bout of chemotherapy had rendered her nearly immobile due to, among many other things, terrible pain and severe blistering of her feet. Being the eternal optimist that she is, she had hoped to be feeling better by the time we checked out, two days later. Hoping to find a modicum of compassion at the Nags Head Inn, I asked the staff at the front desk if we could stay a few hours past check-out, given the extraordinary circumstances. Much to my surprise, considering the typically generous attitudes I've encountered when visiting other establishments in the Outer Banks, the answer was no."

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