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I never care about "must sees."

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My DH and I were talking today about our various travels – US, Canada, Europe, New Zealand – and we realize that aside from the Eiffel Tower, British Museum, St. Paul's Cathedral, and a couple of other sites we absolutely do not focus on "must sees" when we travel. Yet in our reminisces today, we realize we have had so much enjoyment from finding strange little restaurants or tiny museums or shops that we don't remember the names of, and that some may even be close, but those of always been the highlights of any trip we've taken. So for those who worry about what are the "must sees" of any given trip – don't worry about it. You'll find your own "must sees" and they will be the best memories of any travels.

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