Top Retirement Towns
The woodlands(31557 Views)
What The Woodlands is like for active adults
The Woodlands in Texas, about 30 miles north of Houston often makes the lists of "best" retirement communities, although many younger families live here as well. The reasons are obvious - the cluster of 8 master planned villages and a Town Center is attractive, pleasant, and has something to offer everyone. These master planned communities offer every type of housing option from hotels to single families...
What Cheyenne is like for active adults
Cheyenne is the capital and largest city (53,000 people) of the state of Wyoming and is an interesting place to retire. The city was an early western railhead and stock town and became very important when the major east/west railroad came through town. The railroad made use of the naturally tall, straight native lodgepole pine trees to manufacture ties for their tracks. The city has a lower than an average cost of living, and in fact was named by U.S...
What Vilcabamba is like for active adults
Vilcabamba is a small village in southern Ecuador, about 42 kilometers from the city of Loja. The village is renowned as the "Playground of the Incas" used by Incan royalty. From the airport in Loja, the road snakes over a mountain pass into the wonderful town of Vilcabamba. The town has attracted fame due to its energizer bunny - like residents, and has earned the nickname of the ¨Valley of Eternal Youth¨...
New braunfels(12446 Views)
What New Braunfels is like for active adults
New Braunfels, TX is famous with tourists and retirees for its rich German heritage, festivals, and medical access. Some say this very rapidly town of over 57,000 offers the best lifestyle for the money for senior citizens in South central Texas. People love the people, weather, excellent health care, beautiful hill country and safe living environment, and many good restaurants. New Braunfels is over-flowing with old world heritage and small town Texas charm...