Discussion in 'Travel Polls' started by BostonBill, Dec 27, 2008.
No I didn't.
You missed out matey - a fabulous bar - that even sells a 'dark' stout type beer !!!
Mustang Ranch in 70 s
Northern Cali, Washington State, Portland Or and Vancouver. Why I stayed in VA all my life, I will never know.
This place: Which is a 'national park' and the sights around this area are amazing. Many, many years ago I even climbed the highest mountain in the range - Gerlach.
Vysoké Tatry (The High Tatras) - Turist centres, maps, photo-gallery, accommodation capaties, ... - Vysoké Tatry (The High Tatras)
I like hiking and a hike I loved and have done twice is the Robert Louis Stevenson trail in the cevennes in France. It's the most remote area of France and follows a route taken by Robert Louis Stevenson in his book 'travels with a donkey in the cevennes'. TheBestWalkieTalkies.com said about best walkie-talkies for hiking and I want to order a few for my trips now.
Iceland, Alaska, Northern California, Scotland, London
Cedar Point. I have never travelled internationally but there are places on my list.
For me? The current Yankee Stadium 3 times. One of those visits was a 2011 playoff game. I dream of attending a Miami Dolphins game in person. I almost did so in 2009. Ended up seeing Dallas @ Tampa in week 1. Stiffling humidity aside, Dallas won the game. I've been to the Baseball Hall Of Fame twice. Both trips to Cooperstown, NY were with my older brother.
I would love to visit Seattle or Portland, Oregon at some point in my life. I've never been west of Bedford Park, IL however.
John Denver said it was almost heaven, and he wasn't exaggerating.
Bruneau Dunes State Park in Owyhee County, ID.
Went for a month road trip around Central Europe in this bad boy with my sister and her hubby.
My favourite place on earth. Das Externsteine.
NASCAR Hall of Fame
Mile High Stadium, Denver
For cool in the literal sense, nothing beats the west coast of Ireland. Not so much the temperature, but the high winds off the Atlantic blowing over our soggy clothing.
Perhaps the funniest moment for me, was arriving to stay at Jane's grandparents cottage and going up to the bedroom they had got ready for us, only to find plastic sheets and raincoats covering the bed over about 6 blankets. The fact that Jane just accepted it as normal and commented "those holes in the roof are getting worse" was so funny.
The cottage also had no running water, gas, electricity, sewage connection, radio or television signal.
Coming from London, it seemed surreal to live in such a primitive way that would have shocked people in Alaska, but boiling water from the well on a wood burning range for our morning tea, along with looking for a couple of eggs in the chicken shed was quite an experience.
Mount Mera Peak, Nepal. I'm third from the left, Mt Everest is just behind the guy with the blue beanie on his head.
These are some awesome pics mate & that statue is very impressive❤️
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