- The whole USA, but especially the big cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.
- Nordic countries, especially Iceland.
- Pretty much every tropical island/archipelago: Maldives, Puerto Rico, Bora Bora, etc.
Saba and The Netherlands
Central America and South America
Any part of Africa that isn’t South Africa
Madrid, but only because I wanna see one of my favorite teams play at Home....and it ain’t Real
I would like to go to Germany to visit the town my Mom was from, Its bigger now than it was back in her day, but as far as population goes it's still a rinkydink little German town. I'd also like to go to Italy and bum around the touristy places, and see Vatican city. And Japan. I took three semesters of Japanese in college, and....have forgotten nearly everything from lack of use. T O T A L I M M E R S I O N! lol
I wanted to go at one point when I was younger but I hate the cold so I know I'd be miserable there even in the summer months because apparently it's always chilly there. Also even though I like nature it would be boring to visit a place that only has ice and penguins. :[
I only want to go to Switzerland to see the Reuge music box company. I collect music boxes so going on a tour for on3 of the world’s most desired makers of music boxes would be a dream come true for me.
It's my goal in life to visit every state and 6 continents (though I'd still go to Antarctica). So far I've been to 11 states (MA, VT, NH, CT, RI, CA, OH, FL, TX, NY, NJ) and depending on your definition, 2 continents (North America and possibly South America). As long as it's safe, I'd love to visit pretty much anywhere in the world.
I'd especially love to visit:
Singapore. I always had an obsession with it, and I've done a project before on a theoretical vacation there in high school which was fun. Also I am studying Mandarin and it's one of the official languages.
Moldova. I had another similar project in high school. I'm weird and love geography, so I gave myself a challenge and chose the least visited country in Europe while everybody else chose more normal countries. I ended up convincing myself to someday go to Moldova because I think it's so interesting.
New places to go? I have become interested in where some of my extended family is/has lived in. My step-mom(from Wyoming, USA) really likes Latin America and my uncle has lived in Peru/Chile for several years, so visiting there would work as one of my first "solo trips" (aka a vacation just with me). My sister's partner originally comes from Egypt, so that is also another place that sounds fun to visit even beyond the Ancient portions.