(NAPSI)—When it comes to leaving work behind, not everyone vacations the same way. That’s a key finding of a recent survey that revealed that boomers (individuals approximately 48−66 years of age) and millennials (individuals approximately 18−31 years of age) have very different approaches when it comes to what they want from a vacation. These differences can be seen in various areas-from how they approach social media while on vacation to how they maintain a work/life balance.
(NAPSI)—America’s veterans’ organizations can now receive the recognition they deserve in a new and intriguing way.
(NewsUSA) - Vacation only comes around once a year for some folks, so it has to be both relaxing and rejuvenating. Finding that balance, however, can be a tall order to fill -- unless you focus on the basics that make vacationers happiest.
(NAPSI)—As the nation commemorates the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 and the penning of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” one city will take center stage.
(NewsUSA) - Don't be surprised if you get an unexpected e-mail or postcard from someone you know - or possibly don't know - in Ireland in the coming months asking you to "come home to visit."
(NAPSI)—From world-class cities to natural wonders, Australia is home to stunning landscapes, immersive nature and the friendliest locals around. With a country as big as Australia and with so many travel options, most can’t wait to visit, but get overwhelmed and don’t know where to start planning.
(NAPSI)—When it’s time for that long-planned vacation, whether you’re going big—say, the London Olympic Games—or keeping it a bit more modest—the cabin by the lake—or you plan to just stay at home and relax with your family, you’ll want to remember the times with great photos.
(NAPSI)—More and more brides and grooms are discovering a delightful new twist on an old wedding tradition.
(NAPSI)--The revitalized National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library (NCSML) opens in Cedar Rapids, IA, in July 2012 with three world-class art exhibits that will draw and captivate visitors from around the world.
(NAPSI)—Whether you#8217;re planning a weekend getaway, family vacation or a quick business trip, traveling is easier when you travel smarter. Here are a few tips to help simplify the travel process, while helping to save time and money and reduce stress while you#8217;re away.
(NAPSI)—When 35 people tragically lost their lives in the wake of street protests in Bahrain, its rulers decided to deal with the disaster promptly and truthfully.
(NAPSI)—At a recent high-level conference in Washington, D.C., leading Middle East expert Tom Mattair warned of the challenges of reform in the tiny Gulf kingdom of Bahrain. Dr. Mattair, executive director of the independent Middle East Policy Council, said there was a real risk of strengthening the hand of forces in Bahrain that would use the democratic process to introduce “illiberal, intolerant, anti-democratic” policies and be hostile to the U.S. and Bahrain’s neighbors in the region.
(NAPSI)—Many Americans may be surprised—and pleased—to learn that one of the leading countries in culture, tourism, business and standard of living is situated in the heart of the Middle East.
(NAPSI)—There’s exciting news for the discerning traveler seeking an exclusive, one-of-a-kind experience.
(NAPSI)—When thinking of Detroit today, images of abandoned buildings and urban decay may come to mind. That’s what many folks think Detroit has become in the face of escalating unemployment, rising poverty and increasing crime. But there is a growing community of creative individuals who are undaunted by the stereotypes and are banding together to revitalize this once-great city.
(NAPSI)—For U.S. workers, holding a series of jobs with multiple employers is replacing the traditional, decades-long career with a single company—and that can be good news for you. To win these positions in a global market, workers must embrace new technology and skills and become lifelong learners.
(NAPSI)—From amazing adventures to zip-line roller coasters, some of this season’s most entertaining experiences can be found in sun-splashed Orlando, Florida.
(NAPSI)—Travel can improve a student’s odds of success, says a recent report.
(NAPSI)—If you’re looking for an out-of-the-ordinary vacation, consider these attractions: an innovative roller coaster, a 72-foot-tall balloon, plus Hollywood stars in wax and a salute to the Titanic.
(NAPSI)—Investing a little time and effort when preparing for your next trip can pay big dividends when it comes to safety and convenience.
(NAPSI)—Sharing traditions can help families stay strong. Whether it’s meeting for a weekly dinner, celebrating birthdays or taking vacations together, sharing enjoyable experiences is a great way to strengthen bonds.
(NAPSI)—There’s a lot to see at the newly renovated John Deere Pavilion in downtown Moline, Ill. The completely transformed pavilion offers an up-close look at the company’s global business and products, its rich history, as well as solutions to meet the challenges of providing food for the world’s growing population. The pavilion features interactive displays, original artifacts, product simulators and a variety of media to engage visitors in a fun and exciting learning environment for the whole family.
(NAPSI)—Calling all Korean War Veterans. Mark your calendars and make plans to join Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and the Defense Department’s Korean War Commemoration Committee for a special program commemorating the 59th anniversary of the signing of the Korean War Armistice.
(NAPSI)—A museum has taken on the urgent task of preserving the history of World War II airmen. Many of the “greatest generation” signed up to fight and fly when they were only in their teens or 20s.