May 2, 2008

Friday Fun: Travel Edition

Friday Fun: Travel Edition
Hosted by Kiki:

Happy 4th Birthday, Friday Fun! Thanks for participating!!

Today’s meme questions are inspired by The Today Show and their week long series Where in the World is Matt Lauer?. Starting Friday, Matt gave out a clue to his next destination, a new one each day this work week. And then that location is featured throughout the program. It has been fascinating, especially for a culture junkie like me! So let’s talk about far flung locations, domestic or abroad, in a world where money is no object.

1. Where would you most like to travel? What attracts you to that destination? What would you do while you were there? Links welcome! I would love to travel to is the home of my ancestors. I would love to walk where they once walked and see the beautiful country side.

2. What are the top 5 places in the world you would like to travel to?
The top five places in the world that I would like to travel to are Ireland, Australia, Hawaii, Scotland and England.

3. There are all kinds of spiritually important places around the world like the Vatican, Mecca, etc. What spiritual location would you choose to travel to?
I would like to see that Vatican. It would be an awesome place to explore...lots of history there.

4. Choices, choices! Which location would you choose and why?

* Tokyo, Japan or Berlin, Germany
* Dublin, Ireland or Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
* Bejing, China or Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
* Waikiki, Hawaii or Moscow, Russia
* London, England or Stockholm, Sweden

* Venice, Italy or Juneau, Alaska

I would choose Ireland! The home of my ancestors. Ireland is rich in history and is very beautiful in all the photos I have seen. I would also like to visit Hawaii and England just to explore the different cultures.

5. Where do you most want to visit in your country, some place you have never been before?
I would love to see the Grand Canyon, go skiing in Colorado and go to New York.

6. I am coming to your country. Where should I go ?
If you come to the United States I would take you to see "The Arch" in St. Louis, Missouri then you could go to Colorado and learn how to ski with me. :)


  1. I got to travel alot in the Army, but now I want to go to all those places as a civilian, with time to explore and experience! ::hugs::

  2. The Army does keep you hopping :)! I can understand why you would like to see the world as a civilian!


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