Madeira, the Italian lakes, and the Okavango. How about you? :-p
Ever since i really love to go to Singapore, explore the country and hopefully find a job there
Jamaica. My daughter and I have set out minds to going in March even though currently we really can't afford it. We're working out and staying positive anyway, because I believe it you don't claim it-it won't become a reality.
Having seen a lot of the world already, there is hardly a place I wouldn't mind visiting. Have really been aching to see Budapest, St. Petersburg, Prague and Vienna (like a grand loop) in early fall or late Spring. Then there is the classic European rendezvous - three weeks in the best cities of Western Europe. Thailand at Christmas time sounds intriguing. I am also planning a trip to the US that would take a month or two, depending on where we start and what time of the year we end up going. Basically, my bags are packed.
So, would a cruise be in your future? Since you said you want a grand loop of those places?
Enjoy the USA! What part of the USA are you planning on going to?
I took a three day cruise once - it was OK but I wasn't crazy about the cruise scene. Have seen most of the major US cities. For US destinations, I would like to investigate Savannah GA, travel on Route 66 and visit Mount Rushmore. Great question!
Mmm... I totally understand the cruise scene. I was not crazy about it either. But I have only been on two cruises so far. (Alaska and Mexico) One on Carnival and another on... I forget . My boyfriend has a friend whose parents traveled that route!
If money were no object, my first choice would be New Zealand. I would also love to visit Sanibel Island off the coast of Florida, and Mauritius Island.
I love the ocean and walking the beach but I also like history. Europe comes to mind, maybe Italy or Spain, but somewhere on the ocean that has fascinating places of interest close by.
I would say visit Bulgaria Their Golden Sands Beach looks amazing.
Hi Jean-ette, Croatia is an ancient civilization dating back to 4th century B.C. and earlier, with warm waters and clean, rocky and sandy beaches. I would recommend Dalmatia in a heartbeat!
Vacations are rare for me. But if I had the money I would love to see the USA first, then hit the old country, England, France etc...that would be wonderful
I personally would LOVE to finally see my family for the first time in my life I am 18 and they have been wanting me to visit them in Vietnam since I was born. So, I would vacation there. I hear it's super duper hot!
My cousin lives half the year in Vietnam and he loves it there. I heard that the best time to go is around Christmas time. It can be done in baby steps: the least expensive time to go and then make steps to make it happen! Good luck!
Thank you! I don't want to move there though. LOL, I dislike constant heat. But, I heard the same thing as well. Christmas Time is the best time to go! I've just been swamped with school to even find the time. I think my dad is thinking of taking me.
There are a few places I would love to go to including London, Kansas, New York City and the Library of Congress.
I can assure you NYC is amazing. Very busy but you get the feel of nyc right away and its pretty cool. My mom says Kansas is nice. She lived there awhile and its.... Flat. Lol. And library of congress, is that in DC?
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