Where Would You Like To Go This Year?

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Where would you go if you didn't have to worry about jet lag, expenses, danger, your health, obligations at home, work obstacles, child- or care-giver responsibilities or anything else?!

It's a big place out there and there's so many incredible places to go!

Below, I have added a list of locations that I am considering for the ImaginaryTrips.com Interactive class schedule for 2016. I'd love to know what your TOP 3 choices would be! Feel free to share in the comments why you've chosen your three locations.

If you don't see a destination you'd like to go to, please add it in the comments. I can't promise we'll get there, but I will put it on the list for consideration. Voting is open for 14 days. Three votes per person per day, please!


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16 Creative Thought(s)

  1. If I were an artist, I would love to sketch in China or Japan! There are so many beautiful places to sketch, but that's the ultimate for me! Especially since I know I will never actually be able to travel there. Good luck with your classes and have fun!!

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  2. Although they are not overseas, I'd love a class or short class on Yellowstone/Grand Tetons and or the Grand Canyon. These may be more vists. Thanks Laure.

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    1. Another vote for Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. I even have a bunch of photos!

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  3. Oh thank you Laure. I'm so excited that there is going to be another trip. Any of these places would make me happy. I have had the good fortune to travel to all of these places with the exception of the ones that I voted for and Thailand and I think it would be fun to learn something about places that are on my list but I haven't been to yet. Can't wait to see where we'll go.

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  4. Laure if we go to China on the next trip, or on a future trip, I'll be happy give you photos of the places we went.

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  5. I second the request for Yellowstone/Grand Teton. I voted for Norway, but Sweden would be good too.

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  6. How about Zimbabwe, Australia or Iceland?
    Places that are a bit out of the ordinary.....and Norway.

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  7. Australia, New Zealand, and Fuji. Oh Zimbabwe is good too!

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  8. Japan hands down. My son started studying Japanese when he was 8 and is now fluent in the language. But, having just gone to Amsterdam last year, I would say that's a beautiful country to to see, with the canals, and the amazing architecture, not to mention the museums!

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  9. Denmark and Ireland are also on my bucket list.

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  10. I second or third or fourth the vote for Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, love that area of the US. I have always wanted to go to Switzerland but will probably never make it there so that would be #1 for me. That said, I have loved all the "trips" I've been on so anywhere would be fun.

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  11. Only one of your 8 is on my list, Norway. Sweden might be nice too. I'd like Tuscany, Giverney, and anywhere in the Southwest of the USA

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  12. I was excited to see Norway on your list, someplace that I hope to visit someday. I would also like to see you add Peru, I have wanted to see Machu Picchu since I did a report on South America in 5th grade!

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  13. I was lucky enough to visit Norway a few years ago when we attended a wedding in Sweden, so I sketched it for An Imaginary Visit to a past Vacation! There were lots of Americans on the tour checking out where their relatives had migrated from. Peru is fascinating too, so different, as are Asian countries...anywhere with a different culture.

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  14. Maine. Always Maine. I love the rocks and ocean and the deep woods.

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  15. I didn't vote for Norway - because that's where I live. Still, it's not a country easy to get around in, due to expense and breadth, so Norway is also an 'imaginary trip' and fine for me.

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