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Of all the trips you've taken, which was/were your favorites?

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I'd like to branch out and take trips to places I visited in the 60's, like the former Yugoslavia, Turkey, some of Russia. I'd like to see the Dordogne and Mt. St. Michele. Maybe Provence.

I'd like to focus on trips that were wonderful in themselves, not so much on who was with you, whether it was your honeymoon, how old you were, etc.. I'd really like to know about the destination and the experiences connected with that destination.

A day trip that I enjoyed tremendously was to Delphi. Okay, so I was young and with a group of other young women--there! I just broke my own rule. It was a beautiful day, the ruins were fascinating, and I was quite interested in Greek mythology, which added an extra dimension.

A trip to Bangkok and areas around it was great, especially the floating market and the stunning temples.

So, can you recommend places that you just loved?

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