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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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Wow, must be nice!

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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When my wife retires in two years we are planning on a river cruise through the French wine country followed by a stop off in Amsterdam to visit an old neighborhood friend.  We have been talking about that cruise for years.

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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I live most of the year in Costa Rica and have been to Italy, India, Peru, So. Africa (with Cambodia/Thailand/VietNam coming up this fall). So my next bucket list is for U.S. sites: 

NYC-tower and memorial; Wyland walls from NY to Maine; Yellowstone; Idaho; San Antonio; Sedona; Corn Palace, SD; Yosemite; New Orleans; Portland, OR; St. Louis

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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Hi Nerdy Mom (Gold Conversationalist)
Bermuda is not that big but a very friendly island, wish I could have stayed longer. Bought city bus pass for $20 which is also good for ferry to Hamilton or St. George - never made it to St. George.

The Grand Canyon also on my list but opted to tour Hoover Dam instead mainly due to time restrictions making sure we were back in time to catch our flight - Going to the Grand Canyon would have taken an entire day's tour leaving from Las Vegas, simply not enough time to do both.

Chicago was interesting, I recommend you buy subway pass in advance (VERY INEXPENSIVE AND EASY TO DO)- we got off the plane and subway at Ohaire airport takes you directly downtown, if that is where you will stay near the touristy things of interest.

I recently crossed St. Augustine off the list; spent the day in historic area, had a great time could walk to everything with starting point Fountain of Youth - parking not so great though
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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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My list is the Panama Canal/Costa Rica, Cuba, South Africa and Toronto. I'm sure there is more to be added to my list.

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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Scotland/Iceland

Some sort of whale watching in Canada

Grand Canyon

Bermuda

 

Going to Ithaca this summer.  Have never been to upstate NY other than to drive through on the way to Canada.  Looking forward to the finger lakes and water falls.   Smiley Happy 

 

 

And at some point, back to St. Augustine, San Francisco, Chicago with my son.  

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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I started on my travel bucket list two years ago and have loved every minute of my travels so far, most of the bucket list includes travel desinations in the US visiting states of interest as well as Canada, Carribean Islands and Cuba.  I have completed 95 percent of the list with only Cuba and visting Canada again remaining. One of my favorite dsestinations was Bermuda least favorite were the smaller Bahama islands.      

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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"....susanktonner wrote:

I've lived in London and would heartily suggest that you spend a few days in London, travel to the Cotswalds (beautiful, beautiful, beautiful), Wales, Dublin and coast of Ireland....".


I travel to the UK every year. In England, I would add the Lake District along with the Cotswolds. That's my personal fave area of England. 


“The world is a book. Those who do not travel read only one page.”
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If you're a real buckaroo, check out Tanque Verde Ranch in Tucson.  This dude ranch is located in the midst of the gorgeous Sonoran Desert and offers Desert hikes, horseback riding, cookouts (excellent food both at the cookout and in their dining room), swimming/tanning, etc.  The staff is very solicitous and you'll be happy riding or just sitting watching the horses in the corral.

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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I've lived in London and would heartily suggest that you spend a few days in London, travel to the Cotswalds (beautiful, beautiful, beautiful), Wales, Dublin and coast of Ireland.