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Old 07-22-2017, 10:22 PM
 
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Even distribution of everywhere exactly varying by widely encompassing themes. Rich travel memories forever happening. Tons of anecdotal stories on a relevant degree. Infinite satisfying, happy, grateful to have went into the areas of Bucharest Wallachia, Constanta, Eforie, Costinesti, Vama Veche Dobrogea, Bulgarian Black Sea Up To Varna, Costa Rica, Yucatan Peninsula Of Mexico, Montreal Quebec Canada, Paris Ile-De-France, Nice French Mediterranean, Prague Czech Republic, Bratislava Slovakia, Vienna Austria, Innsbruck Tyrol, Monaco, Northern Regions Of Italy: Liguria, Piedmonte, Lombardia Turin, Genoa, Milan, even Veneto of Verona, Doha Qatar, and finally Stockholm Sweden right outside of my own home country. (Requiring to see a map right before titles of remember).

First sign of commemoration is my own recollection of the Romanian Black Sea. Epic mystical encounters around spiritually revolving World Class Nightclub Discotheque Bars. Moving waterfalls of Crema, every type of ultimate infinity unique atmosphere around floating massive Chandeliers Antiques private elite wealthy business store furniture of highly eclectic Castle Room feel vibes of Club Bellagio, Café Del Mar, Club Bamboo, Buddha Bar, even flying Confetti and Foam at The Ring when the music is playing out loud. Finally, a euphoric carnival real celebratory edge of this World beach outside Rock n’ Roll music concert in their own native language. Can’t ever get any more vibrant! What a real alien. Getting to see family members that I haven’t spoken to in years. Rarely speaking in English occasionally.
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Old 07-22-2017, 10:26 PM
 
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Bradford.
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Old 07-22-2017, 10:27 PM
 
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Even distribution of everywhere exactly varying by widely encompassing themes. Rich travel memories forever happening. Tons of anecdotal stories on a relevant degree. Infinite satisfying, happy, grateful to have went into the areas of Bucharest Wallachia, Constanta, Eforie, Costinesti, Vama Veche Dobrogea, Bulgarian Black Sea Up To Varna, Costa Rica, Yucatan Peninsula Of Mexico, Montreal Quebec Canada, Paris Ile-De-France, Nice French Mediterranean, Prague Czech Republic, Bratislava Slovakia, Vienna Austria, Innsbruck Tyrol, Monaco, Northern Regions Of Italy: Liguria, Piedmonte, Lombardia Turin, Genoa, Milan, even Veneto of Verona, Doha Qatar, and finally Stockholm Sweden right outside of my own home country. (Requiring to see a map right before titles of remember).

First sign of commemoration is my own recollection of the Romanian Black Sea. Epic mystical encounters around spiritually revolving World Class Nightclub Discotheque Bars. Moving waterfalls of Crema, every type of ultimate infinity unique atmosphere around floating massive Chandeliers Antiques private elite wealthy business store furniture of highly eclectic Castle Room feel vibes of Club Bellagio, Café Del Mar, Club Bamboo, Buddha Bar, even flying Confetti and Foam at The Ring when the music is playing out loud. Finally, a euphoric carnival real celebratory edge of this World beach outside Rock n’ Roll music concert in their own native language. Can’t ever get any more vibrant! What a real alien. Getting to see family members that I haven’t spoken to in years. Rarely speaking in English occasionally.
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Old 07-24-2017, 07:00 PM
 
Location: Wonderland
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Definitely Bradford.
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Old 07-24-2017, 07:25 PM
 
Location: Melbourne, Australia
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Definitely Bradford.
I think it's time we gave Brighton a chance.


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Old 07-24-2017, 08:05 PM
 
Location: Vancouver
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A lot of places had moments that took my breath away, but since I have to choose one, I choose Venice. Stepping out of the train station and WHAM, you're on the Grand Canal. It was the suddenness of it that, that I wasn't prepared for.
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Old 07-24-2017, 09:42 PM
 
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The Grand Canyon posseses substantial views unsurpassed within the continent of North America or indeed in any location according to a substantial number of human beings. Next being mystical urban developments in the category of Paris, Rome, Istanbul among impressive variety of urban congregations.

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Old 07-24-2017, 10:44 PM
 
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While I have found many cities and cultural places genuinely "interesting" and "exciting", it's only the natural places that have literally taken my breath away - Mankind can and has made amazing structures and monuments during our time on Earth but Mother Nature's best really is another dimension of reality.

The two moments that first came to my mind when I opened this discussion were standing on the end of the Lola Vista Trail in Kauai and looking down upon the Kauai cathedrals along the Napali Coast. The view of the cathedrals from a boat is one of the World's great physical scenes as well but witnessing them from the top of that rugged skyline is literally surreal: The blue/green ocean, the Ruffle's-like mountains, the forest behind you...just stunning.

The second moment was viewing Bora Bora from the plane as we were descending. Between the perfect blue water, the smooth lagoon surrounding the island, Mount Otemanu standing above it all, and the crazy anticipation of finally setting foot on Bora Bora that moment has been burned into my memory. Bora Bora itself is a wonderful little island with a dreamlike lagoon to play in that will always rank it as one of the World's "dream destinations" but the best view of the island is actually from the sky. Tip for those who plan to travel there - take a seat on the left side of the plane facing forward as the right side does not get the view of the island upon descent.
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Old 07-24-2017, 11:13 PM
 
Location: Pierce County WA
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The blue glaciers in Iceland.
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Old 07-25-2017, 01:13 AM
 
Location: Australia
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A lot of places had moments that took my breath away, but since I have to choose one, I choose Venice. Stepping out of the train station and WHAM, you're on the Grand Canal. It was the suddenness of it that, that I wasn't prepared for.
Yes! This is certainly one of my take-your-breath-away moments. One second you're exiting the train station, next second you're walking straight into a Canaletto painting!

Another of mine (though I do have to blank-out the hordes of tourists and people trying to sell stuff) is to sit on the steps at the Sacre Coeur in Paris watching the sun set over the city. The pink-to-purple sky over the amazing grey roofs of the city buildings is hard to beat.
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