what is your most memorable vacation?

Philippines
February 20, 2011 8:15pm CST
i have been traveling since i was 2. so far, my most memorable vacation was my trip to europe specifically to Italy and France. i love its history, people, food and architecture. what about you, what is your most memorable vacation? =D
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• China
21 Feb 11
I was born in Jiangsu province,and I have never been to other provincs.The number of travels is too little.Well,in my limited numbes of travel,the most memorable vacation was my trip to Changzhou.That's the first time I traveled alone.I went to hongmei park and China Dinosaur Park.that's an amusement park themed in Dinosaur.I had fun there.I love travel,and my dream is to travel over the world.In 2012,I will have a trip to Europe,and now I'm working hard to earn money for my trip.
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• Philippines
21 Feb 11
China is so exciting, that is why even Tom Cruise had to go to Beijing for his MI3. And Mulan immortalized the mountain passages...
• Philippines
22 Feb 11
i would love to go to macau. i also want to check out the great wall and i've heard the casino in china is booming =D
@greenline (14865)
• Canada
21 Feb 11
I have been to Italy and France too. Not extensively, only to Rome and Paris. European countries are very beautiful in their own unique ways. My most memorable vacation once was to Switzerland. I was there for a week, and I could never forget the breath-taking views of the Swiss Alps.
• Philippines
21 Feb 11
That is why Heidi is my favorite childhood book!
• Philippines
22 Feb 11
wow...switzerland...i;ve never been.will place that in my list.thanks greenline =)
@maximax8 (27049)
21 Feb 11
My most memorable trip was five years ago. It was to Mexico, Belize and Guatemala. It has been by far my best trip because I saw many different places, stayed in unusual accommodation and did exciting activities. I climbed Mayan ruins in the jungle, went on an demanding but enjoyable cave adventure and snorkeled in the sea with sting rays and nurse sharks. I went on a boat trip to Swallow Caye to see manatees and liked the way that these gentle animals are well protected from boat propellers. The boat man used oars in that area to keep the manatees safe. I loved staying in a tall tree house and a beach hut with a sand floor. Nothing bad happened on that fantastic trip. Other very memorable trips were my journey around the world when I was 20 to 21 years old and my trip to New Zealand and the Pacific Islands when I was 29 years old. I loved going to the Seychelles when I was 33 years old.
• Philippines
1 Mar 11
wow...mexcio.i've never been.i should probably visit that place when i get the chance.thanks! =)
@busybee10 (3192)
• India
21 Feb 11
My most memorable vacation was at the Kumbhamela in Haridwar where I spent 17 long days enjoying the color full - mela at the banks of the Ganges. It still lingers in my mind all the happenings occurred during this period.
@eileenleyva (8604)
• Philippines
21 Feb 11
Of course, Europe is the ultimate travel destination... the culture is overwhelming. But since we are discussing memorable vacations, mine is one by the mountains, when I felt like I was floating on the clouds, getting to heaven...
• Philippines
1 Mar 11
nice...which mountain are we talking about here? =)
• United States
2 Mar 11
My most memorable vacations are the ones I've spent with my children. We counted day trips and weekends away as mini vacations...my children have always made them worth all the packing and getting ready we had to do.
@scififan43 (2440)
• United States
28 Feb 11
I have been travling since I was a child also. I think the best vacation I had was when we went to visit my uncle in Califorina. this was the frist time I viisted him there. we have a great time, I took many photos rangeing from universianl studios to the dessert. the best time was going to univeral studios for the frist time. I love the movies and tv shows that were made there.
@Porcospino (16435)
• Denmark
22 Feb 11
Last year my husband and I travelled around in Europe for one month. It was an amazing trip and we got the chance to see many different countries. We had bought interrail passes, so we travelled around by train. We started in Greece and after that we went to Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Poland and Germany. I had been to Germany and Poland before, but the rest of the countries were new to me. We saw a lot of interesting and beautiful places and we had a great time.
@Ichiru101 (286)
• United States
22 Feb 11
When I went with my family to Vietnam. The amount of long distance relatives that I didn't know about was amazing. Something about being with people you can connect with is simple something.