Where’s Your Favorite Holiday/Vacation Spots? 15 replies

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livE raW doG

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#1 13 years ago

Mine: Frankfurt, Germany on New Year’s Eve. Because no one celebrates NYE like the Germans. Hordes of happy people in the streets, fireworks being set off by everyone. I’m usually near the King George Inn, about a block from the bahnhof. http://webpages.charter.net/jjrp/webgifs/figimg.wmv

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#2 13 years ago

On a sailboat in Stockholms archipelago :). No doubt about it.

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#3 13 years ago

Hong Kong (stay with me here) is a really fantastic place to go for a holiday, it is a really amazing city.

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#4 13 years ago

I quite liked my the camp we had with the boyscouts back in 1997 in Ozcienca (Poland). Favourit places were I returned more then once would be lake Como in Northen Italy, The costa del sol region and Granada (Spain) and central/southern France. But then there are so many nice places i have been it's hard to remember all the names or even make a top 10 list. I have seen the most beautiful places in Austria, Switserland, Germany, ... , aswell.

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#5 13 years ago

I like to go climbing up Olympus Mons every now and then. It's pretty easy to climb up, despite being as tall as it is. But it's not my favourite place. Gozo, the sister-island of Malta, is my favourite place. Been there a few times now. I might even live there one day, if it weren't for the fact that all the British people who live there turn a funny shade of red permanently.


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#6 13 years ago

Were i live , its so big australia. Takes 1 week to drive from west ozz to sydney . e have deserts ,snow , rain forrests and its got loads of gold to go prospecting, + camping , out lots of mighty nasty critters but .Like steve irwin LMAO :beer: No europe was very old , germany very clean , holland great for push bikes, france and monticalo very hip..stacks of lovely cars and boats .Rome old.. fasanating travaling :nodding: ..Dont doit on a tourist bus full of nerds LOL :lol:

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#7 13 years ago

San Juan, Puerto Rico. :) I love being in a different country and i always feel at home there, probably because it is my home. :p


Pierce the Heavens

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#8 13 years ago

San Francisco! Awesome weather and temperatures. The only problem is that it is very expensive.

Deadeye, I should fly to Australia some time and visit you. :p



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#9 13 years ago

The Eibsee in Bayern, Deutschland. What an awesome place.


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#10 13 years ago
Großadmiral DönitzI quite liked my the camp we had with the boyscouts back in 1997 in Ozcienca (Poland).

I never knew you were a boyscout.

I dont have any favorite place in particular, I havent been to a place I didnt like though.

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