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Need to 'broaden your horizons' during these economically-challenging times?
Need to 'make new friends', or maybe impress distant relatives?
Maybe you're simply looking to give a gift for which your loved ones will always remember was from you.
Good thing you found THIS post!
Welcome to 'PaWolf's XMAS Suggestions for the Last Minute Shopper'
 
(and yes...this IS the 'Vacation' thread - vacations are good to give, now aren't they?)
 
 
 
 
...if the above suggestions appear cost-prohibitive, well, there is always the 'do it yourself' method...duhhhhh-1.jpg
 
 
 
 
 
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I'm actually VERY surprised neither Mooch, nor Madawee, have mentioned taken a 'day-cation', here...
 
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I've pretty much decided where I'd like our FINAL vacation to be (whenever that time comes, many moons from now)...don't know why, but it kind of looks and feels like 'Home'. (see AXUM). Been looking into this for some time...I'm actually kind of excited... 
 
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Originally posted by Adreme Adreme wrote:

My favorite place to be is on the coastline of Maine. 
 
I'm with Adreme on this one. My wife and I did a driving trip through New England in the early 1980s, and our favorite stop was Acadia National Park near Bar Harbor, ME.
 
We saw many beautiful, isolated spots along the coast. My wife kept saying, "I'm coming back here someday just to sit and read a book." Sadly, we've never done it, but I intend to soon.
 
Another favorite spot of ours (kinda cheesy, I know) is Wildwood Crest, NJ in September or early October. I'd never go there in the height of the summer season but I love the beach, the town, and proximity to Cape May, as well as a short (and cool) ferry ride from the Delaware beaches.
 
A friend in the office has been to Sanibel Island, FL many times and loves it. That's also on my do-list. I'd actually like to drive there from PA, and do some of the driving on old U.S. Route 301, which my family drove several times in the early to mid-60s, before the interstates.
 
My father served in Europe during WW II, and I've always wanted to visit Europe and retrace the paths of the U.S. armies from Normandy to Germany. While doing that, I'd make sure I visited Switzerland and Austria. Another work friend lived in Germany while her husband was stationed there in the Air Force, and she highly recommends it.
 
My sister and her husband drove cross-country and through Alaska a few summers back, and intend to visit Alaska again.
 
Another must-do trip for me is to drive cross-country after I retire (soon, I hope) when I can take my time, and do a loop through the west/southwest, up the pacific coast, and come back east through the northern midwest.
 
Finally -- call me a homer -- I'd welcome anyone to come visit Pennsylvania. I'd recommend doing it in the fall, because of the foliage. There are some really pretty sections of PA, especially Laural Highlands in central/western part; Centre County, where you can have your picture taken by the Joe Paterno statue outside of Beaver Stadium (Go Penn State!!!), the Juniata River valley--a beautiful drive in the fall, and Lancaster county. Lots of historical and interesting cultural sites in those areas.
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by ThreadKiller ThreadKiller wrote:

...My wife kept saying, "I'm coming back here someday just to sit and read a book." Sadly, we've never done it, but I intend to soon....
 
AT ALL COSTS - DO THIS - DO NOT 'PLAN ON IT'...'tis a 'joint desire'? Guess I'm one that believes when that is the case, it is of utmost importance it become a reality before it cannot be...
 
...A friend in the office has been to Sanibel Island, FL many times and loves it.
 
Lived a tad north of there for ten years. Many people love it. One of my personal 'Most Hated Places' on the earth (right next to Galveston, Texas). Long story, not pretty. I will NEVER go near that place, nor Ft. Myers (right across the bridge) EVER again. Act like an 'old person' while you are there...
 
 
...Another must-do trip for me is to drive cross-country...
 
Done this MANY, MANY TIMES!!!! EVERYONE SHOULD DO THIS! I'll do it every chance I get - never, ever, ever regretted a single moment of being able to absorb every visual and intellectual moment; every chance to interact with the next person you meet along the way...
 
...I'd welcome anyone to come visit Pennsylvania.  
 
I live within close proximity of the PA border; I hope nobody takes your suggestion lightly - PA is a wonderful, very historic, very diverse state. I LOVE going to PA every stinkin' chance I get!!! Hershey? You bet! Philly? Leave me there! Pittsburgh? Drop me there if you can't leave me in Philly! Amish 'wonderlands'? GO GO GO - but BE RESPECTFUL!!!
  
 TK, your post is QUITE thought-provoking...
 
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Originally posted by ThreadKiller ThreadKiller wrote:

Originally posted by Adreme Adreme wrote:

My favorite place to be is on the coastline of Maine. 
 
I'm with Adreme on this one.
I wish I were with AdremeEmbarrassed.......on this one. I'd need a guide, ya know.
 
My father served in Europe during WW II, and I've always wanted to visit Europe and retrace the paths of the U.S. armies from Normandy to Germany. While doing that, I'd make sure I visited Switzerland and Austria. Another work friend lived in Germany while her husband was stationed there in the Air Force, and she highly recommends it.
 If your serious about going to Normandy, this is the place to get help. There's a little(60 ton) Tiger tank there to great you.Shocked
 
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by ThreadKiller ThreadKiller wrote:

...Another must-do trip for me is to drive cross-country...
  
 
Done this MANY, MANY TIMES!!!! EVERYONE SHOULD DO THIS! I'll do it every chance I get - never, ever, ever regretted a single moment of being able to absorb every visual and intellectual moment; every chance to interact with the next person you meet along the way...
 
Pa, the spring of my senior year of HS in '73, my dad bought me a used VW fastback sedan to drive to my summer job. One of my friends, Jim, was a semi-hippie who was prone to saying goofy, off the wall things now and then Wink. One day we were running around in the VW and he said, out of the blue, "We should drive to California in this thing, go to the beach, run out and dip our toes in the water, and drive back."
 
Wish I had a buck for every time since then I've wished we'd done it!!!
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

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...A friend in the office has been to Sanibel Island, FL many times and loves it.
 
Lived a tad north of there for ten years. Many people love it. One of my personal 'Most Hated Places' on the earth (right next to Galveston, Texas). Long story, not pretty. I will NEVER go near that place, nor Ft. Myers (right across the bridge) EVER again. Act like an 'old person' while you are there...
 

 


I lived in Fort Myers for a year, my god, the entire town suffers from "entitled old fart" syndrome. I understand the retiree dream to retire to Florida, but being 20 and living in the same town just doesn't work for me. It was too hot to do anything in the summer, and in the winter the entire town became "snow bird" central, talk about 2 hour waits at most sit down restaurants because they come in groups and refuse to get up when their done. It's also a tourist hub because of Sanibel, adding to the winter clusterf*ck. Angry Sorry, for my anger, I moved down there feeling one way and moved back up feeling completely different. Florida, at least some parts,  just aren't for everyone. I loved it and hated it at the same time.

As for Sanibel, it's the best place in the US for sea shelling. Don't count on finding anything on the beaches though on a normal day, you have to snorkel for good shells. Anything good on the beach comes after a storm. Any other day and the afformentioned elderly population and tourists have already combed the beach before sunrise. Everytime I went the beach was entirely covered in seaweed too, not too picturesque.

This is a picture I took of the water at Sanibel last time I was there. It tended to look that way all the time.

And Pa, I'd love to hear your story on why you hate the place Tongue

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"DayCations" seem to be more affordable, these days - so, for New Englanders...how about a nice trip and a great place, with a lot of history, to eat.
 
Or, if you are a cheesecake lover (yummers!), THE BEST CHEESECAKE, PERIOD.
Carry CASH AND CHANGE! Believe it or not, this place works on 'The Honor System' (at the Front Door (which is unattended), if The Gift Shop is not open. Different sized cheesecakes, different flavors.
Think they are worried about thieves? FINDING this place is an adventure within itself - BUT WORTH EVERY MINUTE! Mind you, the Monks down the road may still be training guard dogs...
 
(we did a photo shoot at New Skete, about five years ago. "MissyDWolf and the Nuns" (kind of a 'Where's Waldo'...No matter where we were taking pictures, the Nuns would run and hide around corners, or behind trees, so you would have to really look for them hiding, or peeking in each picture with MissyD as the subject...LOL)
 
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Originally posted by Hezadancer Hezadancer wrote:

And Pa, I'd love to hear your story on why you hate the place Tongue
I'll only offer a bit about one trip (I had the bike on the car; rode all over the island all day, into the evening (and yes, got very burned), it was also one of the worst RED TIDE's of recent times (everything was dead and washed ashore)...but each trip seemed to have something odd occur; something uncalled for. I also found the locals either:
1.) VERY OLD (so, be VERY careful! You're in THEIR territory)
2.) Pretty unfriendly
3.) Possibly inbred
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That castle place looks cool!  It makes me think of Hammond Castle, in Gloucester, MA - which isn't a restaurant at all (an actual mad scientist built it, though).
 
I love that the cheesecake monks also sell icons and dog beds.
 
I'd go to both of those places.  Fun!
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Originally posted by HollyRock HollyRock wrote:

That castle place looks cool!  It makes me think of Hammond Castle, in Gloucester, MA - which isn't a restaurant at all (an actual mad scientist built it, though).
 
I love that the cheesecake monks also sell icons and dog beds.
 
I'd go to both of those places.  Fun!
The Nuns make the cheesecakes...the Monks (they are located farther down the gravel road, more in the valley, have the dog activities and items). And YOU probably aren't all that far from them.
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We had today off, so we took $15 and decided to have a 'Daycation'.
 
Earlier today I posted from the Buffalo Main Library, right after lunch, while MissyD went on a 'book hunt'. The B.M.L. is a neat place; it is where the original hand-written manuscript of 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn', along with a lot of other Mark Twain memorabilia, among a bunch of other rare books.
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After that, we went to the observation deck on Buffalo City Hall (about 28 floor up); clear sky, clear view. Crisp and cold. Then we had FUN. We went to the 13th floor (yup - a hi-rise with a 13th floor!) and went into the council chamber - a very beautiful and historic room...with a really neat thin dimly-lit secret passageway that winds around to other meeting rooms and staircases...reminded me a lot of 'The Shining'...Confused. About the time one gets worried about where the heck they are, well - turn one last corner and there you are! Right at the front of the Council Chambers! Next time, I'm going through from the other end!
 
We finished off our little trip by having a cup of coffee and a bunch of laughs with a friend who is the spitting image of Craig T. Nelson - all the way down to the personality - and is also a City Official...we BARELY caught our bus, we were having so much fun.  
 
A wonderful day; with the weather getting better, I'll soon de-plate the Blackillac - we'll go back to 'Summer Hoofs'. Today was the initial 'road test'; a wonderful success...
 
'Daycations' are great and public transportation is the way to do it.Big%20smile
 
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I went on a "Night-Cation" Last Night. LOL I awoke at 1:30 AM and drove from my house in Daytona Beach to Port Canaveral. There, I watched the launch of the GPS 2R-20 Global Positioning Satellite. After the launch I returned home and went back to bed!Approve
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Originally posted by regulus regulus wrote:

I went on a "Night-Cation" Last Night. LOL I awoke at 1:30 AM and drove from my house in Daytona Beach to Port Canaveral. There, I watched the launch of the GPS 2R-20 Global Positioning Satellite. After the launch I returned home and went back to bed!Approve
THAT had to be incredibly neat, Reg!
Do they still hold you out a few miles from the launch?
I'll never forget renting a Lincoln Town Car, filling a cooler with champagne, and heading to the FIRST night shuttle launch! It was great, 'cept we couldn't find a hotel room ANYWHERE. Had to sleep in the car. Returned to Tampa just in time for some kid name Billy Ferry (I believe) who firebombed a Winn-Dixie mid-afternoon, killing a bunch of people - while we both had severe headaches...
 
 
 
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Was in Daytona once when one of the shuttles was due to launch early one morning.  The condo we were in was on a golf course and I went out to watch the shuttle take off.

I waited and waited.  Finally a golfer walked by and said, "did you see the launch?"  I said, "no, I didn't".  He said, " well, no wonder, you're facing the wrong way!".  Embarrassed
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Originally posted by HollyRock HollyRock wrote:

That castle place looks cool!  It makes me think of Hammond Castle, in Gloucester, MA - which isn't a restaurant at all (an actual mad scientist built it, though).
 
I love that the cheesecake monks also sell icons and dog beds.
 
I'd go to both of those places.  Fun!
I sang several times at Hammond Castle! One of my voice teachers was artist in resident there for a time. Wonderful acoustics and very beautiful!
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I was on the Pier at Jetty Park, which is about 2 1/2 Miles from the Launch Pad. This is the CLOSEST you can get to any of the Launch Pads, needless to say you can FEEL it as well as hear it!Big%20smile
 
Sadly, I read they are going to phase out the Delta II Rockets over the next three years, which means you wont be able to get as close to any launches after that.Unhappy
 
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...well, we're getting ready to leave on our 'road trip', tomorrow A.M...should be at the South East coastline with a few of the kids (youngest son and youngest daughter) and other friends by mid-week.
I think I'll surf a bit.
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We only wish DWolf (oldest son) was going to be around...but he want to surf with the Brits, while on break in AfgyLand...
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...and we wish JkWolf and JnWolf (oldest two daughters) would be there, too...but they didn't have a great experience the last time they were at the waterline...
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Have Fun Pa! Smile
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Big%20smileJust now saw THIS! I'm thinking that when I go(within next 90 days), I will look down through the clear floor, which will immediately no longer be clear (it will take on an 'amber tone'Confused)...
MissyDWolf probably will wait at the sidewalk café - she doesn't care for this kind of adventure.
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Went to a wrestling show in Cleveland over the weekend. Would have liked to see more of the stuff but didn't have the money. All the places I've been to though I still think Chicago is the best.
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Originally posted by DirtyD79 DirtyD79 wrote:

Went to a wrestling show in Cleveland over the weekend. Would have liked to see more of the stuff but didn't have the money. All the places I've been to though I still think Chicago is the best.
Tell ya what, D...
YOU live in one of the United S of A's nicest areas, from MY perspective! (then again, that wouldn't be wrestling, although I also enjoy the sport). The 'Three Rivers' area has LONG been a favorite! And given MisyDWolf made me put the plates back on the Blackillac, last week...I'm looking a one of three places for a quick, cheap vacation:
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2.) Fallingwater
3.) Algonquin Park (Canada)
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< going to Hawaii in September for a lil over a week. can i say excited!!
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