Tuesday Talks.

Tuesday Talks: On Travel.

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Today’s Tuesday Talk Question:

Why do so many people like to travel? Do you enjoy traveling? Why or why not? What are some of your favorite destinations?

Remember to be kind in your responses! (And, you know. In life in general.)

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22 thoughts on “Tuesday Talks: On Travel.

    1. I love traveling! It can be a new town or city here in Pennsylvania, a different state of The US (Colorado is my favorite, though I still have much to see), or to another country. Basically, I’m up for whatever! 🕊


  1. I think people like getting out of their lives/themselves for a while. We love Jamaica. The Caribbean is so warm and salty. I could stay in the water all day. The people are so friendly and laid back. We’ve been three times and I’m sure we’d live to go more!

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  2. Oh so many to choose from! Boston- Italian in the North End, Copenhagen- an incredible indoor food market with so many local yummies to try- a fav was the charcuterie with Rose and grilled squid with lemon and black ink, Barcelona the churros stuffed with dulce de leche and in Australia the local wines and Emu was tasty and lots of great Asian places. I could go on forever!

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    1. Wow! It sounds like you are quite the adventurous eater!

      I was only in Copenhagen overnight, and was still very jet-lagged. My husband and I did venture out to the amusement park, Tivoli Gardens. It was magical. 🕊

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  3. I love going to new places; it’s a chance to see how other people live and learn from them. I particularly like it when we visit somewhere for an extended period (more than a month), since it seems to offer a better chance of really getting to know the place and its people.

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    1. Same here! While I haven’t stayed in a foreign city for more than a week at a time, (hopefully some day!) my husband and I like to stay at Air BnBs. We’ve done this is many places in Europe, most recently Paris and Madrid. It’s so neat to hunker down like a local and enjoy everything within walking distance! 🕊

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