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Others :For some reason i Loved LucernaI loved All the Alps area in spain frontier with france too
Quote from: Edgar on April 25, 2011, 12:52:13 PMOthers :For some reason i Loved LucernaI loved All the Alps area in spain frontier with france tooNot to be picky as my knowledge on American geography is quite limited too, but the mountains between Spain and France are the Pyrinees. The Alps are in Central Europe (France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria)
Portland, Maine. Amazing restaurants, small city, ocean views, lots of history, great music & art scene and a wonderful place to live (lived there for 15 years before moving to Boston)
Best place isn't available anymore as it was Aruba circa 1978. There were about 4 hotels/casinos on the island at that time and it was beautiful, non-touristy and inexpensive. The native Arubans were fantastic -- bright, English-speaking (and French), and exploring the island was facinating. Haven't been since, but I know it's much busier now.Worst: Tacoma, Washington. I went there on a business trip for a company I worked for in the early 80's. I kept hearing how beautiful 'The Mountain' is (Mount Ranier). But, in 7 seven days, the gray that settles over the area never lifted, and I never once was able to see 'The Mountain'. And I don't think seeing would have really made a difference.
Quote from: birdwatcher on April 25, 2011, 06:18:58 PMPortland, Maine. Amazing restaurants, small city, ocean views, lots of history, great music & art scene and a wonderful place to live (lived there for 15 years before moving to Boston)Just there last week! We love it there. Met Mr. Hobbs for a couple of beers for Game 1 too!
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