• Las Vegas, and if you like shopping and drinking its a great vacation spot and for kids, just get a hotel with a great pool (which is alot of them) but some of the shows they have now are just so cool :)
  • I live on the east side of the mountains in Colorado and yes, it is a wonderful place to visit!
  • cape town, south africa. one of the most beautiful cities in the world. 2 oceans, world class beaches, table mountain nature reserve, top class surfing waves, loads and loads of outdoor activies all around the city. Very nice weather. I'll never leave this place
  • I live in Thailand, and even my working life is a vacation.
  • I live in the Southern most part of New Jersey. I live on an island, directly infront of the ocean. The bay is to our back and I would not move for all the money in the world. Its simply beautiful here anytime of the year.
  • Sonoma County, California. Yup - people love to visit wine country :)
  • I live in Fairfax, Virginia which is in the Washington, D.C. area. Washington is a popular vacation destination.
  • "podunk" Indiana Nope Great question +5
  • I live in the North East of Scotland, I don't say my city here because I'm a bit weird about that. It's alright, we get tourists. You're better going further North though for a holiday, I think. If you're not from here that is. Do the Loch Ness thing.
  • Hemet, Ca. It would be a real stretch of the imagination to call this town a vacation spot. It is, however, just over the hill from Palm Springs, which is a very popular vacation spa.
  • scotland ... its not a good place to go on holiday, we scots aren't nice people to tourists ... infact were quite cruel
  • If you are looking for something low keyed, yes. If you google Ave of the Giants, Miranda or phillipsville calif, you will see what there is to offer. The 26 mile drive in the heart of the redwoods where your car winds in and out amongst some of the tallest trees in the world is breath taking. You feel like a miniature person amongst the trees. They have a tree you can drive thru too. Other than looking at ornate victorian homes in the village of ferndale there isn't a whole lot to do. You could make your way to San Francisco though which is approx. 4.5 hours away. On your way South not too far from Phillipsville is the Benbow Inn. Its very old style charm lies right along the river adjacent to a golf course. It is a lovely inn and very charming. Celebrities actually stay there. My daughter worked part time there until she went to college. Just seeing those huge trees is amazing and no matter how long I live there I don't take it for granted.
  • I live in Alaska and it is a fantastic vacation spot winter, or spring, or fall or summer. Alaska is wonderful and will have you enjoying all the different things to do in a hurry. Think about seeing it on your next vacation.
  • Iowa and umm...not sure if anyone would consider Iowa a vacation spot...
  • Hilton Head Island, SC The entire island is in fact a vacation resort ;}
  • I live if Fresno, CA. The city it self is not fun, but it is 2.5 hours from San Francisco, 3 hours from L.A., 2 hours away from the beach, and a 1.5 from Yosemite.
  • I live in central Florida, so what do you think? :-)
  • im in colorado, if people like colorado then its a good vacation spot

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