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I am planning to take my first vacation alone after a long, drawn-out split. Suggestions needed. I can go pretty much anywhere for 1-2 weeks moderate to luxury but have no ideas.

Some background:
- Male 40
- NYC-based
- Traveled extensively to Europe (UK, France, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Spain), a few times to Asia and Africa. All over the USA.
- I like cities
- Want to go alone, not with anyone else for this first one, mostly to prove to myself I can
- When I am there I dont exactly want to be alone the whole time, thats too depressing
- Resorts are ok, probably not the whole time

One thing of note, I'll be going during the time that would have been my 20th anniversary. I'd like to avoid places where we celebrated anniversaries previously like France and Canada.

Any help is appreciated. Looking forward to healing.

pwpark

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