Travel offers more lasting pleasure than mere acquisition of things, numerous studies show, a concept that millennials seem to have made their own.
Before cellphones and social media and long before the word “millennials” signified a generation, my husband, Phil, and I tumbled to that mind-set by a serendipitous series of events.
Having left family and friends in Michigan, we faced our first Christmas as newlyweds alone in California.
One evening Phil came home with an offer: A well-traveled couple from his workplace suggested we join them for a trip to Mexico City around Christmas.
Brilliant idea, we thought, and a hedge against homesickness. We coordinated flights and hotel reservations…
Source: LA TIMES
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