karenarp wrote:I used to be able to say I never went anywhere! Over the last 6 years though that has slowly changed.....
angelart wrote::hellogoodbye: I've been a widow for 30 years. When my husband was alive, we travelled Europe. Our best time was spent in Venice, Italy. What a magical city. I have also gone to Japan with a group from Rutgers, taken my middle daughter on a month- long birthday trip to all of Europe and visited most of the U.S. Now that I can no longer navigate too well, I can look at all my beautiful pictures and re-live it all. If you have the opportunity to travel, just go. Enjoy all you can.
Shandeh wrote:Thank you for the story, mittenmaker! I almost felt like I was there!
I even flinched when you mentioned the flies.
lialab wrote:This is not from a past travel but a future one, In fact, we are planning a road trip to U.S.A. for next summer. Heading southwest to Texas to see some relatives living there (we are aware that it is quite hot there in late July but we love hot weather), then a little further south to Corpus Christie or Galveston back to northeast either to Myrtle beach or Virginia Beach, and our last stop to Philadelphia to visit with our goddaughter and finally back home. I guess I will have a ton a photos and souvenirs when we return
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