I don't have the means to do much traveling currently, but I hope to someday be able to visit different places in the world.
Honestly, at the moment the most memorable place I have been to is Disney World (which I only visited once on my tenth birthday). Hopefully in ten or so years that will change.
We went to Bermuda 2 years ago and are still talking about it...good luck
Cassadaga, Florida... The Psychic Capital of the World ... actually, it's about four blocks long... but it was pretty cool.
When traveling, I don't rate places as "The Best" or "The Most Memorable" or even "The Trip of the Lifetime." I have been traveling on and off for decades. In my family, I've got "The Traveling Shoes," and I take off when I've got the money. Every place you go is special. And the one thing about travel? No one can take your memories away. They're in your brains and in your heart.
Here's hoping you will get your wish and travel the world.
The Museum of Natural History in New York City. Could spend a month of Sundays there and probably never see it all!
Probably the redwood forest in northern California. I've been twice and want to return - it really did make an impression on me.
Okay. Now that you remind me, wilderness, I'll put in my late 2 cents worth. I spent 10 years living on the California-Oregon border. I lived 2 miles from the most beautiful, rugged coastline that I tried to walk each day. I collected agates and had the place all to myself. I was also only a few minutes from the redwoods. But it was the ocean that had my heart. I moved away years ago, but I still miss it. Ocean? Redwoods? If you have the chance, it's one of the many places in the world to visit. Get there before the redwoods vanish.
Yes, I love the seaside too, but it was the sheer majesty of that redwood forest that got to me. The stillness and quiet as the fog rolled in and out of natures giants, the beauty of ground cover and vegetation. Awesome beyond anything else I've ever experienced.
An elephant sanctuary in Malaysia. That was dream-like. We fed and bathed elephants and came back much more knowledgeable about the sub-species of Asian elephants.
In fact, whole 7 days visit of Malaysia was awesome. I will definitely write a hub about that country someday.
"What's the best and most memorable place you have ever been to?"
If there was such a place, or if I happen to remember one; I will go back.
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