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Seattle is pretty sweet, I havent been there in quite awhile but I loved it when I was younger. Idk what the weather is like there right now or anything, but plenty of paces to visit and eat there. All the coffee you would want as well.
I've never been but I always hear Charleston SC is great
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Santa Fe is drop-dead gorgeous. If you're the mountain/hiking/gHost type, that would be a great place to vacation.
Vermont come color season (I say mid-late Sept., another poster said into October) is beautiful beyond compare. Again, it's a rural area, so while there will be the occasional shopping/pub crawl opportunity (especially in Burlington, near the Canadian border, so bring your passport), you & tWife would probably be happiest if you're the outdoors type.
Maine is also very nice. I would co-sign the suggestion on Acadia National Park if your trip were longer: no matter where you're flying into, you'd spend the balance of a day just driving there, and another day getting back. With only 4 days to spend, that could be a lot of driving for a little vacation.
For me, I'd think about 1) Atlanta (hey -- you might get a snap with Coach Izzo & Big Doug!); 2) Santa Fe; and 3) Seattle (hey -- I've never been there either ). But the best vacation for you will depend on what you want out of it.
Thank you, Denicos.
I think that's her in his sig.
If you like museums, shopping, antiquing, etc. there are lots of small towns to check out. Woodstock, VT is great. And the Maine coast is full of cute little towns.
We did a two week trip through VT/NH/ME in late September/early October. Color was just peaking when we left. So was traffic. We would have liked to have enjoyed the peak color longer, but were glad we missed the worst of the congestion. The peak times can vary from year to year. The saying is "One person's peak is another's near miss."
See if you can get to one of the Keys.
This is a Pallas’s cat. Their round pupils give them an odd human quality. They disturb me...deeply.
Lean is towards Seattle now from tWife, again, we've never been, welll I went at age two, so tips? Looking at a hotel near pikes place market
Yes fly to Seattle then drive to anacortes and catch a ferry to Friday harbor. Stay there.
This country was built by people who worked hard then went home and had just a few too many every night. Then went back to work.
Your pretty much speaking Chinese, is this near downtown? Why this island? I'm looking for food and beer, she's looking for shopping and sightseeing
It's not Chinese, it's directions to Friday harbor. If you want shopping then stay right where you said. Beer is pretty much everywhere. If you like sushi get a cab to I love sushi. It's pretty good.
Again, fire up the Travel Channel(on Demand will have it soon) as Anthony Bourdain did a show on it for the Layover this week.
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I hear Gary, Indiana is nice this time of year
I'm thinking about using some of my work comp coin on an all inclusive resort trip, any recommendations?
You, beal99, and a rusty trombone in Gary, Indiana
I've been to Seattle a few times and stayed in the downtown area near the market. Some decent bars and restaurants around there, and easy to get to other areas of the city.
WOTS is that the music scene is pretty good there. On any given night there are some really good bands that nobody has heard of: Temple of the Dog, Mother Love Bone, Mad Season, Green River, Mookie Blaylock just to name a few.
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Every time I hear that song it makes me Say, hello to heaven, heaven, heaven!
If you both love the outdoors---Savannah, GA and surrounding islands are gorgeous...otherwise Pacific NW is amazing
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No details on how you won the trip? Were you on the Price is Right like tJYD?
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