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1. Posted by fcAnnie (Budding Member 32 posts) 5y

:)Hi to all...

I am looking for a list of the best places to visit in the world for my Father as he retrired and we want to spent out a long vacation to different different world famous destinations for adventure and Looking for the perfect traveling companions? .... Any ideas Friends..?
Where we have to go..where we have to spent our vacations..what are the best places aroung the world...???Plz help me out...:)

2. Posted by London Town (Budding Member 3 posts) 5y

Hi fcAnnie,

I'm an Aussie living in London and have done loads of travel around Europe. I love so many countries but it's really weird that I always miss London. It really is an awesome city with so many opportunities to have fun. It ticks all of the boxes for most people other than being on the beach.

This is literally just the tip of the ice berg and I don't want to steal everyone's thunder. London is a world city that you have to experience (along with NYC and Paris).

Good luck with your planning - if you decide on London, get in touch and I'll be happy to give you some more specific recommendations.

All the best

Michael
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3. Posted by Negma Bedouia (Budding Member 7 posts) 5y

Hello FcAnnie,

A great place to visit, well i would say the whole world. Every country has really amazing places to go to.

I have been travelling around the world the past 10 years and can tell you that for me one of the most beautifull areas I have visited is Sinai.

Sinai is a peninsula of Egypt. It has stayed far away from the turnmoil and has such a beautifull nature but also culture.

Sharm el Sheikh is one of the best know places in Sinai, but trust me you dont want to be there. I would recommend Dahab or Nuweiba, from there you can enjoy the Mountains of the Sinai desert and the coral reef of the Aqaba sea.

Before I cant stop talking to you about this amazing area, just get in touch with me if you like to know more. I have lots of tips.

Enjoy your day,

Negma

4. Posted by Salmy (Budding Member 2 posts) 5y

Hello FcAnnie,
I have also been travelling around the world for many years now and can tell you that for me one of the most beautiful places I have visited is South Africa (Cape Town)

Visiting Cape Town opens up opportunities to explore both historically important sites and natural wonders. Cape Town’s setting in the Cape Floral Kingdom, and situation at the foot of Table Mountain, means it offers both beauty and graceful mountain peaks to explore. Numerous important historical sites are also located in or near to Cape Town, including Robben Island, Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront and many other attractions.

Cape Town is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Cape Town is well known for both its cosmopolitan buzz, and natural beauty. Cape Town is lucky enough to enjoy a sub-tropical Mediterranean climate, meaning it enjoys mild, wet winters and dry, warm summers.

Cape Town is a central point from which to explore the beauty of the Western Cape. The Western Cape is a wonderland of cuisine, wine, nature and beauty. Just a short drive from Cape Town will let you explore the beautiful Winelands region, famed for remarkable wines and fresh produce. Table Mountain is the region’s most famous mountain, and you can explore it by taking the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway up to the top. Table Mountain is a popular tourist spot, allowing visitors to look out over the city of Cape Town and beyond. With so much to see and do, it is no wonder that Cape Town continues to attract thousands of visitors each year.

All the best
Salmy.

5. Posted by Salmy (Budding Member 2 posts) 5y

Hello FcAnnie,
Additional to above information....
It has been said that South Africa is a world in one country - and so it is! Not only because of its cultural differences, but also because of the vast expansion of our country. The one minute you can be on the beach - white sands and turqoise blue water - and within 30 minutes drive, you will find yourself amongst vineyards, wine farms and beautiful surroundings. Another 2 hours away, you will be in the Klein Karoo - with its huge area of nothingness! The birdlife is undescribable, the surroundings tranquil and the stars at night, absolutely awesome.

All the best,
Salmy

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7. Posted by fcAnnie (Budding Member 32 posts) 5y

Thanks All....

But I want more places to know...:)

Where we should go..??

[ Edit: Edited on 16-Jun-2011, at 07:19 by fcAnnie ]

8. Posted by fcAnnie (Budding Member 32 posts) 5y

Hi London Town,

Thnx for giving your suggestion to go to London...i was thinking about that...well..ok..i'll planned london and then definately i'll let you know...Thank once again..:)

Regards
Annie

9. Posted by fcAnnie (Budding Member 32 posts) 5y

Hi Salmy...

Thank dear for giving your nice suggestion for capetown...can you explain or mentioned some places of capetown where we have to visit...:)

Regards
Annie

10. Posted by fcAnnie (Budding Member 32 posts) 5y

Hi Negma..

Thanks for giving your uggetion of Egypt...well i think its a very hot place to visit in every seasons...is it so..??

Regards
Annie