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    The favorite spot changes for us. It was Cabo 10 - 15 years ago for the parties and the fishing. We kind of out grew the all night party scene and then started hanging out in Nuevo Vallarta. We have relative near Nuevo Vallarta. I like the Yucatan for the scuba but my wife isn't big on the area. We both like Loreto for the natural beauty. We petted whales near Loreto. We also like Hawaii and have visited all of the Islands. We have relatives on Oahu and friends on most of the other Islands.

    Near us we have many areas we really like such as the Oregon Coast in the summer, the Cascade Mountains , Mt Raineer, Lake Chelan, Bumping Lake, Columbia George, Vancouver Island , any decent Jeep trail, and our cabin on the American River.

    Im not a big fan of large cities but did enjoy Manhattan, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and many others.

    Areas I didn't really like enough to go back to are Reno, Atlantic City, most of Florida and most of the Mid West.

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    We love Las Vegas. Casinos do hold much interest for us, but the shows are fun. There are also many things to do in the area.

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    We have two. Panorama, BC, which is a drive-to location for us in the mountains. We had our honeymoon there, and I find driving up the winding mountain road to the resort stress just melts off. The other is San Francisco. We love the food, the walking, the shopping, people *****ing, the smell of the bay, and the food. Did I mention the food?

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    Hawaii for us still after well over 30 plus years. We just came back from Waikiki Beach and loved staying there at the HGVC (Hilton Hawaiian Village) which is a very busy place compared to where we normally stay closer to Diamond Head. Many people do not like Waikiki Beach but it reminds us of a big city on the beach with many restaurant/bars on the beach with lovely sunsets, Hawaiian music and dance and there are several nightclubs too.

    We spent most of our time in Maui but we like all the Islands for different reasons. Maui doesn't have the nightlife like Waikiki has. We found that out last year when we arrived very late and no restaurants were open on the beach walk on Ka'anapali Beach to get something to eat.

    Other favorite places were the major cities in Europe and New York City for a visit but I don't know if they still would be today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyrider View Post
    Areas I didn't really like enough to go back to are most of the Mid West.
    I think I have been offended.
    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintner View Post
    I think I have been offended.
    Well, there's a lot of the Midwest and a lot of Florida I don't care for either, even though some of the Midwest and some of Florida are among my favorites places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintner View Post
    I think I have been offended.
    We like a mountain, trees or large hill to break up the horizon. The flatness of some areas is a bit too flat for us. This is why my wife doesn't like the Yucatan and many Caribbean Islands. I can handle flat areas with trees but large flat areas with corn fields, crops or saw grass are too flat for us. No offense intended, lol.

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    My paradise is Bavaria and also Zell am See Austria in the summer. can't get enough of it. We go every summer, and I feel like I could live 100 lifetimes and never tire of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyrider View Post
    We like a large hill to break up the horizon.
    Florida has landfills and Interstate overpasses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by easyrider View Post
    We like a mountain, trees or large hill to break up the horizon. The flatness of some areas is a bit too flat for us. This is why my wife doesn't like the Yucatan and many Caribbean Islands. I can handle flat areas with trees but large flat areas with corn fields, crops or saw grass are too flat for us. No offense intended, lol.
    Okay, you are talking North Dakota and west. Nothing there but oil wells. Certainly not Minnesota or, dare I even say it, Wisconsin (where my FIL lives).
    And certainly for fishing, you can't be eliminating Mn. Land of 10,000 lakes can't be wrong for fishing.
    Don

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