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Old 01-08-2019, 04:38 PM
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Loved Zion, still partial to Sanibel Island in FL though
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Old 01-08-2019, 07:29 PM
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I don't do much traveling but did have a business trip to Sanibel some years ago. Nice place. Saw a monument to Raymond Burr who used to hang out down there apparently.

Check out the Outer Banks of N.C., in particular, Southern Shores. Lots of nice rentals geared to families.
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Mark and Scott-- you Need to post pics of yourdelves doing the stoop
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Old 01-09-2019, 12:53 AM
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Trust me, spent plenty of hours doing it and you don't want pictures.
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Old 01-09-2019, 09:58 AM
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My favorite trip:

My wife and I flew to Phoenix and drove through Oak Creek Canyon and then shot over to Los Angeles and then up the Pacific Coast highway all the way from Los Angeles to Seattle. Lots of driving but an awesome and, actually, pretty cheap trip.

Started with a Dodger game and then just cruised up the coast on Highway 1. No reservations anywhere. Went in the 3rd week of September - no crowds, nice weather.

There's so much to see - from Malibu to Carmel to SF and on up into Oregon and Washington. You can veer off to Crater Lake and Olympic National parks, which we did. One day we went from sunny and 75 to snow and 32.

We did it in about 8 days, but you could easily spend 8 weeks.
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I like Italy have been there 3 times Our last trip was in September for 2 weeks we rented a car in Milano and from there drove to Lake Como, Verona, Venice, Cinque Terre, Monatlcino in Tuscany we toured Fanti Winery and then to Formia to stay with my wife's Uncle and Family
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I like Italy have been there 3 times Our last trip was in September for 2 weeks we rented a car in Milano and from there drove to Lake Como, Verona, Venice, Cinque Terre, Monatlcino in Tuscany we toured Fanti Winery and then to Formia to stay with my wife's Uncle and Family
Milan / Milano and the surrounding area is a great place to visit. I travel to Milan an average of 12 / 14 times a year but rarely actually holiday there - but my partner and I are spending a week in Milan and close to Lake Como for a week or so in late April this year.
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