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A Question…
Friday, December 30th, 2011

I’m asking a question today, not because I’m lazy, but because I love the answers you give me. As for the following question, forget about what it might cost or how impossible it might be. Have fun.

If you were asked to create the ultimate vacation destination,
where would it be located and what would it be like?

10 comments to “A Question…”

  1. Laura bowles
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      · December 30th, 2011 at 10:21 am · Link

    I want to go to New Orleans. I want to tour the sounthern homes. The French Quarter and Bourdin St. Or, I would like to go to Hawaii.



  2. Delilah
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      · December 30th, 2011 at 11:15 am · Link

    Laura! New Orleans is one of my favorite destinations! Nice choice. I’ve never been to Hawaii, but I’d love that too!



  3. Lisa J
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      · December 30th, 2011 at 12:05 pm · Link

    My choice would be somthing like Hawaii with the beautiful beaches and brilliant colors, but with mountains so the people who are snow fanatics have someplace, too. It would be somewhere easy to reach and not be overly commercialized.



  4. Angel F.
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      · December 30th, 2011 at 1:09 pm · Link

    I would have to say Hawaii, (Black Sand Beach). It is beautiful. I think I would skip the nude beach because sorry but seeing an 80 year old man kinda made me want to glue my eyes shut. Hmm thinking might have to see if I could also find a BDSM club and find someone to play with. :wink:



  5. melissa porter
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      · December 30th, 2011 at 3:08 pm · Link

    Ireland and Scotland. Sight seeing would be awesome. They are the two places I would love to see. Books I have read have made me want to go there. I have seen pictures and heard stories that just make me want to go there even more.



  6. Diane
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      · December 30th, 2011 at 8:08 pm · Link

    I was really hoping for Hawaii for my 25th anniversary but we couldn’t afford it so it’s still my dream.



  7. tammy ramey
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      · December 30th, 2011 at 9:26 pm · Link

    Scotland in the Highlands. i would have different times of the year represent different time periods, for instance: fall is medivial, winter is victorian, spring is edwardian and summer is the meeting of the clans. it would resemble a small village. you would be able to rent a cottage and stay there for up to 2 weeks. the cottage would be the smallest “room” and it would go all the way up to a small castle. for each level you would get to experience life as a local would at that level of comfort for whichever time period during your stay but with all of the modern convienence of running water, indoor plumbing and the “peasants” would not go hungry or work for the “lord of the land”. there would be activies and classes offered about what life was like and how the tasks were done, etc.,etc.,etc.

    it would kinda be like Williamsburg but on a bigger and Scottish scale. :-D

    trvlagnt1t@yahoo.com



  8. ELF
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      · December 31st, 2011 at 3:15 am · Link

    Hawaii with shady spots so I can read, a guiderope so that I can snorkel without worrying about being swept out by the waves, plenty of restaurants with good food at low cost and no cellphones!



  9. angie
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      · December 31st, 2011 at 4:31 pm · Link

    i want to go to the usa and meet some of my online friends

    one of my frist friends on the net died last year, and one of her last words was that she wished we had met, so when i can afford it im going to go meet her family.

    hope everyone has a good new year



  10. Delilah
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      · January 5th, 2012 at 12:08 am · Link

    My ultimate destination will be a trip into outer space. I hope it becomes affordable sometime in my lifetime. I’d settle for a trip to the space station, but would truly love to take a long trip to Mars and back. Wouldn’t visiting the first human outpost on Mars be worth a five year voyage? Imagine the things I could write about during that time!