Top Retirement Towns
Saint petersburg(60494 Views)
What Saint Petersburg is like for active adults
St. Petersburg is one of 3 closely related cities on Florida's Tampa Bay. The other 2 are Clearwater and Tampa (the largest and most urban of the 3). St. Pete has been a classic retirement and tourist destination since the 1920's because of its winter warmth, great beaches, and ideal location on a peninsula in Tampa Bay. One of the prime shopping areas is Baywalk, and there is also the Central Business District (home to wikipedia.org). There are at least 3 colleges in St...
What Tuckahoe is like for active adults
Tuckahoe is an affluent suburb just north of New York City. Nearby towns are Yonkers, New Rochelle, and Bronxville. The population was 6,300 in 2009. Many people who live here commute to the city or nearby worksites like White Plains for work. The town was famous for the Tuckahoe Marble quarried here in the past. Photo of train station courtesy of Wikipedia and Trxr4kds...
State: New York
What Decorah is like for active adults
Decorah is a small town with a strong Norwegian heritage in northeastern Iowa, not too far from the Minnesota border. The population was 8,109 in 2012. The town has been the home of Luther College since 1861. Decorah celebrates it Norwegian heritage with its architecture and its annual Norwegian festival - the Nordic Fest each July. Decorah is also the home of the Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum. There is a charming downtown with galleries and restaurant...
Tel aviv(2110 Views)
What Tel Aviv is like for active adults
The second most populous city in Israel, Tel Aviv is a sparkling cultural capital of the Middle East. Tel Aviv appeals to retirees for a wide variety of different reasons: the internationally famous nightlife, the food, the mild weather, the opportunities for active recreation, and of course, the rich architectural and cultural history.
Photo of the Rabin Square ecologic pool and Holocaust Memorial courtesy of Ron Henzel and Wikipedia...