Where was the nicest place you've vacationed to?
What was it like? Describe it
- 7 months ago
Barbados in December. Water is warm. Nature is stunning.
- 8 months ago
Colmar! You go there and you are literally stepping into a storybook
- Karen LLv 78 months ago
Bermuda, but I didn't vacation to it. I flew to it and vacationed in it.
- FLv 68 months ago
Probably Canada esp British Columbia and Alberta.
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- JohnLv 78 months ago
Lots of nice places and lots in Italy, as many might say. One of the most memorable, though, was London and southern England in general. Nice time, nice people, everything.
- A.J.Lv 78 months ago
Alaska, Inside Passage Cruise was my favorite.
I've been to many nice places. Highlight vacations in this subject New York City, as knowledgeable of the city, a work colleague was visiting from Japan so I squeezed as much of New York as I could for him in one day. I was on Sanya Island in China with colleagues that rescheduled their group outing so I could attend also, Paradise Island in the Bahamas where I met a few celebrities, a VIP visit to Balboa Park in San Diego including a private concert and a behind the scenes tour at San Diego Zoo, but probably the nicest was a cruise from Vancouver BC Canada up the Inside Passage to Alaska. I saw Orcas and other whales breaching the surface as they jumped up, glacier ice crashing into the bay, bald eagles flying overhead, a salmon hatchery, White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad at Skagway Alaska, Juneau and Ketchikan in Alaska. Bears, moose, mountain goats, and many other animals in their natural habitat.
This was not my video, but gives a short piece.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Aruba, this past winter. I live where it's usually grey and snowy. Aruba is between 75 and 85 Fahrenheit 24 hours a day, always breezy, has vast unspoiled beaches, and multiple fancy resort hotels with every amenity. When it rains at all, it's usually during the night or early morning, and quite brief. (It's a desert landscape, not tropical.) Day after sunshiny day, marvelous.
I was aware the local population lives in poverty, so at my hotel and everywhere I went, I tipped generously. The tourist economy is the biggest employer there.
- RobinLv 78 months ago
Xian in China to see the terracotta army....food was great too
- yLv 78 months ago
For myself, I prefer isolation so a private little pond my grandmother owned. That we went to multiple times a year until her death. Was my personal favorite.
- KaysibabesLv 78 months ago
I am a city person myself - I quite like Krakow - combination of small historic city and cheap (for British person dining, hotels etc)