- Posted December 10, 2013 by
Fort Worth, Texas
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The Stayton Welcomes Rick Steves to Talk About “Travel As A Political Act”
“Rick Steves is a fascinating guy,” said Justin Spooner, executive director at The Stayton. “He is a well-known television personality and travel expert, and listening to him talk about how the world sees America based on his experiences was eye opening. It was a real treat to hear Rick Steves talk and share from his book.”
Rick Steves is known for his television series, Rick Steves’ Europe, and he has a radio show, Travel with Rick Steves. He has authored several travel guides in addition to writing Travel As A Political Act.
ABOUT THE STAYTON AT MUSEUM WAY
Located in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, The Stayton at Museum Way is an 11-story, three building community featuring 188 independent living residences with a variety of spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans. In addition to resort-style independent living, The Stayton provides onsite assisted living, memory support, and private skilled nursing for life care residents and others in the community.
The Stayton at Museum Way, a Masterpiece Living® community, is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit senior living community sponsored by Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC), a Texas-based nonprofit organization that sponsors sister communities The Buckingham in Houston, Edgemere in Dallas, Querencia at Barton Creek in Austin, Mirador in Corpus Christi and The Barrington of Carmel in Indianapolis. For information call (817) 439-6936 or visit www.thestayton.com.
Photo provided by The Stayton (left to right):
1. Patt Brewster, Rick Steves and Betty Dillard