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Old 01-10-2013, 08:13 AM   #16
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Fort Myers Beach Florida is our special spot.
And we just love this hotel. You cant beat a Tiki bar right on the beach.

Fort Myers Beach Waterfront Resort Hotel with Beach Front Rooms in Southwest Florida - The Outrigger
That looks like a go in laughing come out scratching hotel. No thanks.
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Old 01-10-2013, 08:30 AM   #17
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That looks like a go in laughing come out scratching hotel. No thanks.
Uh, no its not.
Its a very nice place.
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Old 01-10-2013, 09:08 AM   #18
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Key West and Vegas. My favorite places to go where you can get into absolutely anything you want to. Fun drinking and fun eating.

New Orleans is tops on our list of places to go next because I imagine it's very similar to Vegas and Key West.
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Yup, got married there. Probably go back for our 10 year anniversary which is coming up quick.
I went when I was young, like 10 or 11. Got to jetski on Lake Mead which was fun but weird at the same time. Got robbed of a trip my senior year of high school when my cousin was getting married, on Easter weekend no less. Spent Easter with my friends family while my parents and cousins lived it up in Vegas. I still haven't forgiven them for that.
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Wife and I have been to the Poconos 4 times since we've been married. Finally took the kids for the first time this year.




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Old 01-10-2013, 09:50 AM   #21
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I never get tired of Myrtle Beach, and it's just about a 3 1/2 hour drive for me now. However, now since I've had my fill for flying, I'd love to check out some of these other vacay spots.

One thing I really want to do at some point, especially to have my fill of nerdom, is to fly out to Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show.
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Key West and Vegas. My favorite places to go where you can get into absolutely anything you want to. Fun drinking and fun eating.

New Orleans is tops on our list of places to go next because I imagine it's very similar to Vegas and Key West.
I love both places I'd take New Orleans over Vegas personally.

There's just something about being able to drink in the streets and walk around bar to bar hearing great music everywhere. Plus the food is just insane.
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I love both places I'd take New Orleans over Vegas personally.

There's just something about being able to drink in the streets and walk around bar to bar hearing great music everywhere. Plus the food is just insane.
The stickiest hand rail in the whole world is in the stairway at the Tropical Isle bar on Bourbon Street.

Another anecdote I have is that at some Bourbon street bar I dont remember I was sexually molested by a waitress because I would not buy a shot off her shot tray. I eventually did buy the shot so she would stop dry humping my hip.
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The stickiest hand rail in the whole world is in the stairway at the Tropical Isle bar on Bourbon Street.

Another anecdote I have is that at some Bourbon street bar I dont remember I was sexually molested by a waitress because I would not buy a shot off her shot tray. I eventually did buy the shot so she would stop dry humping my hip.
Bourbon St is like a circus sideshow. Never seen anything quite like it.
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Four Seasons Resort Maui in Wailea or Hyatt Pinon Pointe in Sedona AZ for US vacations.
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Bourbon St is like a circus sideshow. Never seen anything quite like it.
I was there in September and it looked like a collection of people trying way too hard to be 'crazy'.

Some very nice restaurants off Bourbon St if you look for them. Stay away from the Hand Grenades and Hurricane carrying oiks and you're fine.
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I was there in September and it looked like a collection of people trying way too hard to be 'crazy'.

Some very nice restaurants off Bourbon St if you look for them. Stay away from the Hand Grenades and Hurricane carrying oiks and you're fine.
We tend to stay off Bourbon St for the most part. It's fun to walk it once or twice, but overall there's a heck of a lot more to that town than one street.
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I love the Outer Banks, NC. Depends on what you like to do on vacation. If you want to relax and really do nothing, it's great. Especially great after labor day when all the kids are back in school.
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I love both places I'd take New Orleans over Vegas personally.

There's just something about being able to drink in the streets and walk around bar to bar hearing great music everywhere. Plus the food is just insane.
Exactly. I know that we've talked about this in the past (and maybe I forgot) but if you haven't, YOU need to go to Key West. :headbange

Again, I haven't been to New Orleans, but I can't imagine a place like Key West where you walk into CVS on Duval Street, buy a six pack and crack it open walking down the sidewalk. You can walk anywhere in that town at any hour of night and feel safe too.
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Leh, India. Incredible laid-back beauty among 20,000 ft. Himalayan peaks.
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