Where is your best relaxing get away spot and why?

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  1. Darknlovely3436 profile image83
    Darknlovely3436posted 8 years ago

    Where is your best relaxing

    get away spot and why?

    This  cold wintry weather that is upon us, I need to get away and fast,
    and suggestion.

  2. shynsly profile image61
    shynslyposted 8 years ago

    You could try Arizona... it was a bone-chilling 60 degrees today... BUURRR!!!

  3. KingJabs profile image67
    KingJabsposted 8 years ago

    south east asia for sure, more specifically thailand. being from canada i am all to familiar with winter weather and two years ago while studying for exams I also realized I had had enough of the cold.

    South East Asia is extremely cheap, a meal and a large beer for 3 or 4 dollars, and the sites are amazing. Its a tropical climate so you can expect 40 degree weather and even in rainy season there is a lot of sunshine.

    I am actually working on a hub about thailand right now. So check back with me later!

  4. Mark Upshaw profile image61
    Mark Upshawposted 8 years ago

    Inside your own head.  You can create a paradise of your current circumstances or a hell, whichever you prefer or are accustomed.

  5. hillrider profile image61
    hillriderposted 8 years ago


    well I really haven't got the money for a winter get away
    and lately since I'm out of work I seem to lay in bed all day

    I guess it would be nice to take a short vacation and relax
    it's said that it reduces stress preventing heart attacks

    I guess for me a B & B would be the place I'd go
    or maybe a cabana, along the gulf of Mexico

    it really doesn't matter much cause like I said I'm broke
    too broke to pay attention is no longer just a joke

    I'll go where ever you suggest so long as it ain't far
    and won't require any nights spent sleeping in my car

    'cause like you said it's winter time and here in the mid-west
    snow's been known to fall until it's halfway to my chest

    and walking to the mailbox for an unemployment check
    that isn't coming anymore is making me a nervous wreck

    where I'd really like to go if I could ask for anything
    is back to sleep and wake to find, that now somehow, I am in "SPRING"

  6. nflagator profile image61
    nflagatorposted 8 years ago

    Yesterday, January 12, 2011 only one state in America did not have snow - Florida. 
    However, this morning (at 08:00ET), it was 28F degrees in north Florida and a lovely 36 degrees in the Tampa area.

    My pick for a warm get-away would be Jamaica, where currently the high temps are in the 80's and lows in the 70's.


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