If you’re a foodie headed to New York City any time soon, then you’ll want to click on my guest post “Exploring NYC’s Fabulous Food Halls and the High Line” featured on My Itchy Travel Feet.
Earlier this spring, I visited the new Le District market in the financial district filled with foods from France and the Ganesvoort and Chelsea markets in the Chelsea part of town. I also walked the High Line, a public park built on former railroad tracks looking out over the Hudson river — to get lots of exercise after eating so much good food!
My Itchy Travel Feet
After you read about these NYC hot spots, you’ll want to spend some extra time perusing the rest of this boomer travel blog. My Itchy Travel Feet, The Boomer’s Guide To Travel is written by a husband and wife team from Montana, Donna and Alan Hull. Donna is the writer and Alan takes all the photographs. They highlight a range of domestic and international active adventures for the second half of your life. As Donna says, “Boomers bring energy to their travels. We’re willing to try new activities and embrace new experiences with an open mind. Boomers have a zest for life, both at home and on the road.”
David and Veronica James are another boomer couple who like to travel. They are known as the GypsyNesters and capture their midlife journey on their blog called GypsyNester.com. This fun-loving duo will keep you laughing along the way as you read about their experiences from “empty nest to no nest at all.” (Some days I wish I could just pack up, sell my house, and see the world like they do. So inspiring!)
I met the James at the New York Times Travel Show this past winter, right before their book, Going Gypsy was published. They provided me with a complimentary copy to offer up as a giveaway.
Where will you be traveling this summer or what’s on your “travel bucket list?” Leave a comment below and you could win a copy of Going Gypsy.