The Wall Street Journal profiles 30 of the most interesting retirement destinations across the U.S. and overseas. This isn't yet another list of the "best" places to retire – which after all depends on what you want – but rather, profiles of 30 places you might not have thought of, but deserve your attention.
From Athens, Ga., to Sussex County, Del., in the U.S., and from Dijon, France, to Mendoza, Argentina, abroad, the Journal talks to people who have settled in these communities and looks at the features -- culture, landscape, amenities, costs, weather, sights, sounds -- that make each setting a potentially compelling place to enjoy the next phase of your life. This e-book includes photos and quick facts that will help you see at a glance how these destinations compare with one another.
|Publisher:||The Wall Street Journal|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||12 MB|
|Note:||This product may take a few minutes to download.|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Well organized but outdated material from Wall Street Journal stories from 2005 to present.
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