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It's my travel bucket list of all the places I've never been to that I long to see and great places that I want to go again.
I have a week planned next April (2010) on Marathon Key in our timeshare. I've never to the Keys or Key West before so I'm going to have to pack a lot of activities and eating into that week!
Can you believe I'm a native Floridian who has never even been here??
A brief couple of visits to Charleston only served to whet my appetite for more - history, beauty and food!
My 3 previous visits to New Orleans were as a 9 year old child, a high school student marching in the Mardi Gras parade and a whirlwind day with my husband back in the 90's. I have always dreamed of going back and was so sad when Hurrican Katrina hit. I'm still planning to go back and spend a week.
My daughter and her family and my brother live in Colorado - Colorado Springs and Fort Collins so I can't wait to visit them next summer! Their pictures have been breathtakingly beautiful!
I took my daughter and 2 grandchildren to San Antonio when my son-in-law was deployed to Iraq. We stayed at a hotel at the very end of the Rio and used the water taxi several times to get around. I visited the Alamo and the Riverwalk and even ate lunch at the Mexican restaurant you see in all the pictures with the colorful umbrelllas.
I would love to go back with my husband.
My family has roots in Ireland plus I think it would be such an interesting place to visit.
I went to Oahu with a business conference meeting back in 1999. We stayed at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and rented a car so we could drive completely around the island. We were ready to quit our jobs in Florida and sell pineapples on the side of the road or something! Every day was perfect!
I've just always wanted to go to Vancouver and the Victoria area. It looks so beautiful.
Scotland makes the list because both sides of my family have some Scottish roots.
My son visited London a few years ago and said he'd like to go back with me one day. I'm still hoping...
This would be a "grown-up" trip - I was there many times as a child and young teenager.
My employers visited Tuscany on one of their trips to Europe and I was convinced from their experiences that I need to go.
A friend of mine said the people in Provence were so warm and friendly and really like Americans. And the food!
My mother-in-law's family lived on St. Thomas and we recently spent a day there while on a cruise. Magen's Bay is awesome!
I took the Old City Tour in San Juan while on a cruise and would love to go back to the island and spend more time.
My aunt took me to New York City when I was 11 years old and I've never been back. We went to the World's Fair and took a bus tour and ate at a diner. I need to go back!
I've seen the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam War Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, the Spy Museum, and the Natural History part of the Smithsonian.
The Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, Lombard St., the streetcars (they do still have those, don't they?), chocolate!