EGGD From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2001, 12426 posts, RR: 40 Reply 7, posted (12 years 1 month 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 587 times:
Australia - everywhere, although it rained all the time i was in Perth. Ayers Rock - cool, Cairns - the best place to chill out although they are all a bit weird and the Great Barrier Reef (Quicksilver!), Sydney - nice friendly people, really nice place and lots to do. Good airport too
Tunisia - If you wan't to go somewhere different, this is the place. Very hot, sunny and Star Wars Set . Watch out for the people though, one man came upto me claiming to be my cousin and asked me to take him home with me, I just ignored him
Singapore - very nice, clean, tropical place. Lots of good shops and nice resaurants, and the Hotels are fab . I had the pleasure of staying at Raffles for a night, i think i will visit again sometime .
Derek H From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 10, posted (12 years 1 month 4 days 1 hour ago) and read 574 times:
Top 5 I have been to:
5- Cabo San Lucas, Mexico - Awesome beaches, clear water, not many people.
4- Egypt - WOW, what i can i say? Pyramids, tombs, so much history, monuments, usually very nice people!
3- Cayman Islands - So few people, best beaches in the world, snorkeling is awesome, although its expsensive down there.
2- Scottsdale, AZ - Nice place down there, love the destert, no humidity, We were on the edge of the destert, so beautiful, it was amamzing, and even in the US!
And my number one fav. vacatoin destination is:
1- Tahiti, no doubt! You will never know paradise untill you have been to Tahiti, in my opinion. It is such a wonderful traquill place to vacation. The ocean is so clear, the beaches so soft, its practily like heven!
Tsully From United States of America, joined Mar 2001, 651 posts, RR: 5 Reply 11, posted (12 years 1 month 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 573 times:
For a glamorous vacation (if you've got plenty of money) try London, Paris, NYC, or Boston. Of the dozens of big cities I've been to, nothing comes close to those four.
Try the Dorchester Hotel or Mandarin Oriental in London, Hotel Ritz in Paris, and the Four Seasons in NYC and Boston. Just be sure YOU'RE not the one footing the bill
Go for Tahiti or Bali if you want tropical (I've heard parts of Thailand are great, too).
The Kahala Mandarin Oriental on O'ahu is nice and secluded from the crowds at Waikiki – not to mention it’s a world-class resort. You may find yourself never leaving the resort’s private beach.
Northern Denmark is beautiful in the spring and perfect for a quiet escape. Take SAS from CPH to AAL and navigate your way up to the northernmost tip of the country.
I'd say hit the Swiss Alps if you want a great skiing vacation. Colorado is great, also.
My best advice is to just see everything for yourself. Then you’ll know what suits your tastes.
I didn’t see anything in China or Korea that would warrant a vacation, but to each his own.
I love America. I guess that makes me Bush's poodle, but I'd rather be a dog in New York City than a prince in Riyadh.
Superfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 38505 posts, RR: 80 Reply 13, posted (12 years 1 month 3 days 17 hours ago) and read 566 times:
Irkutsk Siberia, Russia
Alice Springs, Australia
Duluth, Minnesota, USA
Yellowknife, NWT, Canada
La Paz, Bolivia
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil