Other guests told us about specialty travel...how to choose a cruise,
options for gay travelers, women traveling alone... Mimi Sheraton stopped
by to tell us about great food markets of the world. And then, there were
by Susan Weaver
Well, think of it this way Rudy -- there's less to pack and less laundry
do when you get home...Well, beyond that I think that the people are very
warm and natural and friendly and it's very easy to get straight to who a
person is inside themselves. There's a lot of recreational activities
available at the clubs and on the cruises, and there's just a great group
of people practicing recreation in a very wholesome happy and joyous way.
Rudy: Playing tennis, playing volleyball...sometimes you want a little
support somewhere. Am I wrong here, Susan?
The rules at most clubs are, you don't have to give up your common sense
along with your threads. If you need some sort of covering because of sun
or you feel better for some sort of protective clothing that's fine, in
most clubs. It's a clothing-free, clothing-optional environment.