Mature Women Travel!
One regret, dear world,
That I am determined not to have
When I am lying on my deathbed
Is that I did not kiss you enough.
Welcome to NomadWomen, the site for mature women who travel… or want to. Come on in, have a look around. We are here to inspire and empower you to get up, get out, and see all that this big beautiful world has to offer. We want to help head out and kiss the world enough.
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At Izzzleep Capsule Hotel, at Mexico City’s Juarez Airport, you can sleep in a capsule, or pod. It’s private, clean, secure… and cheap. UPDATED in January 2020. This post may contain affiliate links. That means that if you click on the link for a product or service I recommend here, and make a purchase from […]
There’s no dearth of cool things to do in Perth, the capital of Western Australia. And many of the most fun things to do in Perth can appeal to older women travelers, no matter your age or degree of comfort with “adventure.” Perth, Australia—locals call it “The Pretty City.” And with good reason. This west […]
Agnete and the Merman? Who could that be? A Danish folklore ballad inspired a statue that proves that the famous Little Mermaid is not the only “mer-life” statue that should go on your Things to See in Copenhagen list. Folklore and Fairytales—Perfect for Copenhagen Every visitor to Copenhagen knows about and wants to see The […]
This post is sponsored by Hotwire®, and I am so excited to be able to share this great opportunity with you all. Hotwire Announces “The Million Dollar Sale” in Las Vegas! Do you love Las Vegas like I do? Or have you always wanted to visit “Sin City” but thought there was no way you […]
Welcome to Main Street USA, the Real One If you’ve been to any Disneyland anywhere in the world, then Downtown Fort Collins, Colorado, might look familiar. Disney’s Main Street USA was partially modeled after the picture-pretty historic center of this northern Colorado college town. Restored 19th-century brick and red stone buildings, mansard roofs and lacy […]
At the Neon Museum in Las Vegas, the “Boneyard” is stuffed full of the faded glory of Las Vegas’ Golden Age. Beyond all the new LED bling of the Strip, this is where the neon of the city’s past went to die. Let the magic of these old signs and markers bring memory alive and […]