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Re: A thread for those who like to travel...

Postby bungle613 » Mon Jun 01, 2009 10:27 am

Nfl Fan wrote:So looking forward to ...

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... in two weeks for two weeks! :-) B-)


I hear they paved that section of beach over for a parking lot.
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Re: A thread for those who like to travel...

Postby Nfl Fan » Mon Jun 01, 2009 11:46 am

bungle613 wrote:I hear they paved that section of beach over for a parking lot.


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Hilarious!

It'd be tough there, though... since cars can't even drive there. ;-)
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Re: A thread for those who like to travel...

Postby Nfl Fan » Thu Jun 11, 2009 11:35 am

Outta here in about 6 hours. :-D














And no... I won't be the geeky loser that spends his entire vacation on the internet.
(That's for work). The question is, is it geeky to check in a couple times a week?
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Re: A thread for those who like to travel...

Postby scottaa1 » Thu Jun 11, 2009 11:48 am

Nfl Fan wrote:And no... I won't be the geeky loser that spends his entire vacation on the internet.
(That's for work). The question is, is it geeky to check in a couple times a week?
:-? :-b


I would be disappointed if you didn't check in.. and I'll be very disappointed if you don't snap a few pics of hot babes in bathing suits for our viewing pleasure.
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Re: A thread for those who like to travel...

Postby Dan Lambskin » Thu Jun 11, 2009 1:27 pm

i'm going to Pittsburgh for the weekend
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Re: A thread for those who like to travel...

Postby joejlitz » Wed Jun 17, 2009 6:10 am

Nfl Fan wrote:Outta here in about 6 hours. :-D














And no... I won't be the geeky loser that spends his entire vacation on the internet.
(That's for work). The question is, is it geeky to check in a couple times a week?
:-? :-b

I know that beach, NFL! To the left are the rock formations that make Cabo so famous. There are also likely to be a ton of sea lions out sunning themselves. My wife and I SCUBA'd right around those rocks - tons of current (drift dive), but the divemaster tried to attract some sea lions in by taking his regulator and blowing bubbles up to the surface. One of them dove in, but swam by in a flash of light. Not a great look, and now nothing but a memory. But a good memory anyway. I saw a great Eagle ray and a white tipped reef shark, too.

As for the computer - I'm not bringing mine at all. I might regret not having it as a source of vacation information, but I doubt it. I leave on 22 JUN!
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Re: A thread for Travel Junkies...

Postby bmor8811 » Wed Jun 17, 2009 12:51 pm

Sooo in a couple of weeks me and my fiance are heading to England to visit some old friends stationed near London. Has anyone every been there? Any cool places to visit for the 10 days we'll be there? :-D
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Re: A thread for Travel Junkies...

Postby The Artful Dodger » Wed Jun 17, 2009 5:03 pm

bmor8811 wrote:Sooo in a couple of weeks me and my fiance are heading to England to visit some old friends stationed near London. Has anyone every been there? Any cool places to visit for the 10 days we'll be there? :-D


Let's just say I can write my own personal guidebook on London. :-b

Seriously, I've been there more times than I can count on two hands and it's different each time, it's great. It's a massive city and you can get anywhere by jumping on a few Tube lines, but each district has its own fine hubs or at least those districts are close to those districts that have excellent hangouts. Standard to your visit is going to "The City" and Westminster, from say Tower Bridge down to Westminster Abbey, from Buckingham Palace to Kensington Palace. Yeah, basically that really touristy part of Central London is the best place to start. Then, your experience depends on what boroughs you pick and choose (or of course where you're situated). The West End is that posh district which will remind you some of New York's Broadway, with top-class entertainment, restaurants, upscale bars, and music venues (their Chinatown is also excellent, near Piccadilly Circus). If you go to North London, go to Camden, where it's a hub for live indie music for all genres, although it's a really trippy place if you hang there too long. There are also some great ethnic districts as well and any cuisine in the world you can think of, they have it in London. Wonderful city and I think you'll have a blast. ;-D
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Re: A thread for Travel Junkies...

Postby bmor8811 » Sun Jun 21, 2009 2:01 am

The Artful Dodger wrote:
bmor8811 wrote:Sooo in a couple of weeks me and my fiance are heading to England to visit some old friends stationed near London. Has anyone every been there? Any cool places to visit for the 10 days we'll be there? :-D


Let's just say I can write my own personal guidebook on London. :-b

Seriously, I've been there more times than I can count on two hands and it's different each time, it's great. It's a massive city and you can get anywhere by jumping on a few Tube lines, but each district has its own fine hubs or at least those districts are close to those districts that have excellent hangouts. Standard to your visit is going to "The City" and Westminster, from say Tower Bridge down to Westminster Abbey, from Buckingham Palace to Kensington Palace. Yeah, basically that really touristy part of Central London is the best place to start. Then, your experience depends on what boroughs you pick and choose (or of course where you're situated). The West End is that posh district which will remind you some of New York's Broadway, with top-class entertainment, restaurants, upscale bars, and music venues (their Chinatown is also excellent, near Piccadilly Circus). If you go to North London, go to Camden, where it's a hub for live indie music for all genres, although it's a really trippy place if you hang there too long. There are also some great ethnic districts as well and any cuisine in the world you can think of, they have it in London. Wonderful city and I think you'll have a blast. ;-D


Now I really cant wait for July 9th :-D
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Re: A thread for Travel Junkies...

Postby Guru13 » Sun Jun 21, 2009 12:38 pm

I wish I was going on vacation. Being broke sucks.
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