What is the coolest place you have ever visited?
• United States
11 Feb 07
I have seen a lot of the east coast of the U.S. including NY City many, many times. It is a really neat place to visit. I definitely would never live there; it's too fast paced, too many people, and the people are too impatient. But there is just so much to see and do, and there is such a diverse culture in one city that it's unbelievable. I've been to the Bahamas a few times, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Aruba, Cancun, and St. Thomas- can you tell that I like tropical vacations? Other than that I have never traveled outside of the U.S. except for day-trips to Canada, which is only 20 minutes away. The coolest place I have visited in the U.S. is San Francisco. I loved the architecture, the Bay area, and the people. It's a very comfortable place; you feel welcome wherever you go. I would love to travel more, especially Internationally, in the future. There is so much to do, and not enough money to do it with!
• United States
31 Jan 07
WE travelled to Niagara Falls, we stayed on the Canadian side. It was tremendous to view the falls from the Maid of the Mist. I highly recommended the trip to anyone. Just stay away from the other sites, they are costly.
• United Arab Emirates
26 Jan 07
NYC is a cool place to go and visit. I was their in 2002. It was not at all what I expected. We flew there on the aniversary of 911. The plane except for a handfull of people was empty. My wife and I took a cruise out of New York up through canada and then flew the kids out and traveled up the coast checking out lighthouses and navy ships. It was a long two week vacation but we had a lot of fun. Probably the coolest place I have every been was Barcelona Spain. I spent 17 days there on military orders and spent some time site seeing. I stopped in London on my way. It would be nice to get to go back and see both areas again and spend more time there.