Savvy Traveling For Seniors, New Book

Seniors can learn many ways to enhance their travels with the many tips and pointers provided in this comprehensive book that explores new technology, discounts and special rates, security concerns, travel for the disabled, etc.
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June 26, 2012 - PRLog -- Savvy Traveling For Seniors DETAILS WAYS

FARMINGTON, Mo. – Savvy Traveling For Seniors, a new book, covers a multitude of travel elements that particularly relate to senior travelers who represent a sizeable part of the American traveling public.
Subjects include dealing with new phone technology and applications; avoiding scams; health and insurance considerations; how to handle security concerns; how to research travel and plan itineraries and make hassle-free reservations on the Internet; assessing discounts; using foreign government tourist offices and state/city tourism offices in the U.S.; dining sense; traveling in groups or independently; shopping; and how to bargain, etc.
Seniors can learn about new aspects of airline travel including more consumer-oriented rights; how to select cruises; discover the realities of hotel taxes; car and recreational vehicle issues; and train options.  The subject of air/train as well as city passes are also covered.
   Other key topics take in how to read ads and brochures; work with retail travel agents, tour operators, and consolidators; different types of tours; solo and disabled travel, travel with pets, passports and documents, being a courier, and using social media outlets.
   Author Jack Adler has also penned several other travel books including The Consumer Guide To Travel, Southern India, Exploring Historic California, and Travel Safety (co-authored).
   Smooth Traveling For Seniors, published by Solstice Publishing, is available at major outlets including Amazon in both print and electronic versions. The 406-page paperback is priced at $18.99, with the ebook tab at $4.99.
   For more information, contact Solstice Publishing. The web site is at
Contacts: Nik Morton, Editor, Solstice Publishing,
               Jack Adler,
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