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Re: Where have you gone that you can't wait to visit again?

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Alaska-I could spend every summer there and never get tired of it 

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This is the first time I have read and   responded to this service..I have often spoken about navigating down the Mississippi and would very, very much enjoy staying in touch with you to share and learn more details of your fabulous trip..  Why not learn from the experts!!  But how do you stay in touch using this forum??  I am an absolute novice..

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I'don't love to go to Israel and see the holy lands.

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While on a trip to the Holy land me and the wifey went to Petra. Yeah.... I wanna go there again.
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/archaeology-and-history/archaeology/lost-city-petra/#/petra-world-...

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London England. Just wonderful all around. The shoping the history, the feel of Rome in Bath with its old Ronan baths, the beautiful countryside. Truly an amazing place. A must see!

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Alaska, specifically Juneau. What a wonderful town. Fishing on Lake Juneau is captivating and wonderful. Just breath taking. Truly the last frontier. 

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I too have been to Barcelona and loved it. I would love to return as a week was not long enough. So much to see the Ramiles (sp?) is facinating. The old Olympic Stadium is eerie yet captivating. And the sea just tops it all off. Then there is Picadilly Circus which is an amazing place there also with ultimate places to shop, theaters and delightful plays to see, and scrumptious restaurants all over from one cuisine to another. Yes Barcelona a true gem.

 

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Halong Bay is my favorite place and can't wait to come to it again. I go to Halong Bay with my family (my parent and 1 young sister). On the 4-star cruise ship, we can see all of beautiful scene of Halong Bay. We tried a lot of seafood and it very good, different than any seafood I eat before. Hope I can come to Halong Bay in the future.

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We have been several places we would like to go to again, but my favorite (as well as the one most unlikely to actuall do) is Israel.  I was there for a couple of days when I was in the navy in the late 1970's and then again about 20 years ago.  The people were very friendly and glad to share their homeland.  Best of all, I felt safer than in downtown Denver. (I live in a suburb of Denver)  We would go again but I'm afraid the cost is out of our budget.

Other favorites are the Canadian side of Niagra Falls, Yellowstone Park and Seattle.  All of these are more likely to visit again.

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My favorite place to visit is and always has been Yellowstone National Park. Even with the large number of visitors, the park remains a delight. So unique with everything from steaming geysers to high snow covered peaks. once you leave the concentrations of people near the lodges and main exhibits, the park becomes a beautifully quiet natural gem. Hiking just a few hundred yards from the trailheads makes me realize it truly is still a wilderness.

If you are interested in architecture, the park has several historic gems worth exploring. Old Faithful Inn, Lake Yellowstone Hotel, and the parks headquarters all are worth visiting.

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