I would absolutely love to just tour the west coast of the US and I'd love to see yellowstone park as well, but I/my family has no moneys
But seriously, flight tickets to and from LA - Amsterdam cost like €4200 ($5500) for the four of us! That's already double the amount we spent total (fuel, accommodation, food, tickets...) on last summer's holiday (2 weeks to Austria)! I don't understand how any normal family would be able to afford that...
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Definitely Finland mainly because everyone i've met online from there has been awesome
Japan, Italy and France... maybe England.
Some asian country. Seen a few European countries, been to Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan. Possibly even somewhere in South America - although I'm tired of blazing heat.
I have wanted to visit Deutschland since I was in high school, so around 25 years now.
Japan would be really cool as well.
In no specific order:
USA (east and west coast)
Australia or New Zealand
Vatican or whatever the name of the state is
I live in europe encase you hadn't guessed it.
Countries already visited:
Signature infractions suck especially when they are just about the size of TEXT! WTB token limit!
Scandinavia, Germany and England are top places I would like to visit at the moment.
I want to visit Great Britain and Ireland some day. Australia and New Zealand are pretty high on my list as well.
Since a young age I have always wanted to visit Rome, the history just blows me away. I would do anything to see the arena.
Next would have to be Norway and Sweden, Two beautiful countries plus I have some real good friend's to catch up with in those countries. The only thing that is holding me back is 2 years worth of unemployment. :/
I'd like to see Alaska, Iceland, Greenland, Canada and Antarctica. Can you tell I like the cold?
So get yourself a job buddy! :P
Shit like this actually goes through your fucking brain?
Finland for reindeer and lakes, Sweden for forests, Denmark for freedom, Germany for great history, Austria for mountains, Norway for alcoves near sea and Spain for beaches.
Everywhere I haven't been.
Though, I do loath it when people 'tick' places of their lists because they have seen the generic tourist attractions everyone visits.
I prefer to get underneath the skin of areas I visit
Last edited by Doktor Faustus; 2012-02-29 at 03:36 PM.
I went to Rome with school and it was the most amazing week I've ever had. We had the incredible luck that our teacher knew a priest of the St. Peter basilica, who could bring us to Saint Peters tomb! (there's a waiting list of months if not years for that)
Oh and if by any chance you encounter a translated copy of S.P.Q.R (Roman travel guide in Dutch), you should pick that up too