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    I have been to some lovely places, but I would really like to visit.
    New York (Finding a good family hotel is hard)
    Australia (Long flight would be a nightmare but worth it)
    Kenya
    Egypt

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    aha! Several of you want to go to Egypt, want to go with me? No one here seems all that interested.












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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnie, post: 230583
    aha! Several of you want to go to Egypt, want to go with me? No one here seems all that interested.
    You betcha!

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    I cannot wait to go back to Europe in December - it will be my first visit in 20 years!

    Josh, I'll post some photos from last trip to save you waiting!

    Fiji is kinda touristy, FD - my pick would be Vanuatu, scenery is just as beautiful and it is more "untouched". But maybe to start you off....

    Egypt might be nice one day - put me on the list.

    Can't think where else - I'll host you all when you come to Australia! Don't be put off by the long flight; stop over on the way! :)
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    Another one we quite fancy is New England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lozzy, post: 230580
    New York (Finding a good family hotel is hard)
    We stayed in the Comfort Inn Manhattan - it's old and the rooms a bit dark but they were quite large and had two big double beds and nice and clean. The location couldn't have been better very central on W 35th Street next to the Empire State Building and the subway stations, very close to Times Square but without too much noise and free continental breakfast! - I would definitely stay there again.






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    So many places. Want to cruise the fjords, swim in Icelands stinky hot pools, visit the pyramids, drive all around America in a super de luxe camper van. Do some of Route 66 maybe, Las Vegas, the Seychelles, Canada, Australia's golden coast, Athens and Rome. New York and London. That's it for now but will get edited as I remember more.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott1066, post: 230596
    Another one we quite fancy is New England.
    New England is absolutely fabulous especially in the fall. Despite it's relatively small area there are a lot of contrasts in scenery as well as a lot of history.





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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzaqld, post: 230591
    Fiji is kinda touristy, FD - my pick would be Vanuatu, scenery is just as beautiful and it is more "untouched". But maybe to start you off....
    That's exactly what I'm looking for "untouched." It's kinda disappointing to hear that it is touristy, I was hoping that it was quiet and raw.

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    To the uK and Ireland next year if possible ( group meet?) Back to the Grand Canyon and the Pacific coast. Our daughter lives in Vermont so we do that often. Maine, always Maine. Disney in November with the help of God. A cruise .....

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