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'Hope and change' no longer thrills young Americans
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Diane Burke
ATLANTA -- It's finally your turn. The kids are gone; your yard is tended by someone else; the airport is your launching pad. The only dilemma is where to go.
"We do a lot of African safaris or trips to places where you can bike and backpack," she said. "They're heading to Alaska, South America and the Amalfi coast near Naples, Italy — exotic places where there's a lot of adventure."