Battle Creek, MI (PRWEB) July 1, 2009
SeniorSafeTravel.com, a blog that educates seniors on travel safety, has added new content ranging from information on passport regulations to Michigan festivals to visit in July.
SeniorSafeTravel.com's blog updates regularly, focusing on topics like the Michigan National Cherry Festival, traveling safely in a car, and senior cruises. The article entitled "Michigan National Cherry Festival - July 5th to July 11th" describes the dining and festivities that take have taken place at this festival annually since 1910. The festivities that seniors might be interested in include the Bay Side Music Stage and the Festival of Races.
Besides Michigan centered articles, SeniorSafeTravel.com also posts blogs and pages specifically about senior travel, like the page "Senior Cruises." Senior Cruises explains why cruises designed for seniors can enrich their lives through education and entertainment. Cruises marketed towards seniors also serve various meals that cater to specific diets, and generally have licensed doctors on board.
"Safe Travel by Car" is an additional new blog post that provides tips on traveling safely while driving a car. Highlighted are general safety tips like wearing a seat belt, as well as ensuring that the vehicle being used for travel has recently been serviced and is in good shape. SeniorSafeTravel.com even recommends driving the speed limit while traveling to conserve gas and, thus, save money.
SeniorSafeTravel.com began as a blog in September of 2008, and has since expanded to include many more posts about senior traveling.