Where would you rather go on vacation: skiing in the mountains or tanning on the beach?
The beach........the warmth of the sun on my skin........no, the cold can not compare.
It depends on the seasons but as of now... I would surely choose to go on beach, dreaming of Australia, lying on the white sand, listening to my favorite MP3 songs and here lying my love one right beside me. lol
I absolutely hate being cold...so the beach would be my choice. A nice cold drink and a good book, or just lie back to watch the water, birds and people. Wish I was somewhere warm now...*sigh*
Take the vacation and stay at home enjoying home made food and reading a favorite book or browsing idly at internet.... Why not?
Most definitely tanning on the beach...don't really like the cold.
My choice will be the beach, especially if my family is with me. Just sitting on the sand and looking at the sea is so soothing and it can bring a literary mood watching the waves.
Skiing in the mountains would be my choice, I enjoy cold weather and snow.
I would take the beach. I don't like cold weather and the few times I skied, I didn't really enjoy it.
The Beach for a vacation, leave the skiing in the mountains as I have seen enough snow this last month in the UK to last a while :-)
Absolutely tanning on the beach...While looking at the snow capped mountains in the distance.
Definitely skiing on the mountains, mostly because I already live in a tropical city where the beach is easy access.
I grew up at the beach and love the water... so, i would go to the beach...
Tanning on the beach is my choice. I don't like cold weather.
It depends. When I was younger I prefered tanning, but now I don't like wrinkles.
When I was younger, I loved skiing, but now I've got 3 metal plates in my neck, so skiing is done.
Now, I prefer walking on the beach with my dog.
PS. If you don't like mountains and snow, you've never been to Switzerland in winter.
Tanning on the beach always sounds so relaxing. The sound of the water and the feel of the warm sun. Can't beat it.
I'd rather go to Alaska and enjoy skiing and snowmobiling at Alyeska Ski.
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