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Comment by Jen from Leeds
First and foremost, Hawaii! I don't think that needs much of an explanation. I'd like to see some more of the West, as I've really only seen Los Angeles back when I was like 11. Places like Colorado, Arizona How can I call myself American when I haven't even seen the Grand Canyon?!) and Alaska would be an amazing destination as well. Basically places that are different from my hometown. (Chicago, not that it's not awesome)
Comment by Hooter Hicks from San Diego
Back to Hawaii... I miss it.. www.flickr.com/photos/sm760 I plan on going back to take pics and then make a book about it.,. Not as sweet as bugsys adventure, but im certain it would be interesting..
Comment by angela from ferndale
Someplace on the mid-northwest coast, where there are cliffs and wild things and beaches.
Comment by Kayleen Johnson from Riverview
Anchorage, Alaska at the Elmendorf AFB to see where I was born and to meet my mom and dad's old friends. I think the trip would be an adventure of it's own, even if i wasn't born there. The sites and scenery are amazing (so I've heard & have seen from photos).
Comment by Naomi from Baton Rouge
Hawaii, never been and I like heat, other wise Alaska would be nice.
Comment by Janell from Ovid
I am very excited to travel to Alaska at somepoint in my life. I've already been to Hawaii (on my honeymoon) and I have a goal to hit all 50 states (and spend time in each one) in my lifetime.
Comment by Jessica from Baraga
Montana or Colorado. I wanna see more mountains and peace and quiet. I want to go hiking alone mountains and explore the serenity there. I want to find myself while hiking along those mountains.
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Comment by Mom from Baraga
Mountains in Colorado & Wyoming. I love the mountains.<br /> Rocky Mountain National Park. Silverton, CO<br />
Comment by Dad from Baraga
The Rockies or Alaska, the Canadian rockies too
Comment by Jennifer from Chicago
Alaska. I just think it would be gorgeous and unlike anything I've seen.
Comment by Penny Bell from Boise
Well, since I have never been to Hawaii, and it is a part of the United States, I would have to say Hawaii. But not Waikiki, somewhere quiet, beautiful and secluded
Comment by John Ellenich from Phoenix
Although I've already been there a few times, Hawaii. The landscape is gorgeous, there's plenty of things to do, and the weather is perfect.
Comment by Kristy Snyder from BOISE
i want to go to new york city. i've never been to the east coast really except for philly and i've always dreamt about going and shopping and going to a broadway show. :)
Comment by Pat Sullivan from Bozeman
Maine and North Carolina.....2 appealing coastal places I haven't seen yet.
Comment by Heidi from Hartland
Hawaii. Love the summer. Love the beach. Love the island feel. Love the perpetual vaction feel.
Comment by Kathy Couturier-3rd gr from Lake Leelanau
New York cause it is a big city - Bryn<br /> Alaksa because it's the biggest state - Ryan<br /> Colorado because you can go skiing and snowboarding - Rachael<br /> Montana, New Jersey and Virginia - Chelsea<br /> Texas - it has everything - <br /> New Jersey because they have a boardwalk -<br /> New York because it is a cool city - Ainsley<br /> Texas - Scout<br /> Florida - Hunter<br /> I do not know - Matthew<br /> New York because everything there I like is in New York - Anna
Comment by Eric from Corpus Christi
Since my family and I visited the Grand Canyons, I would hope to one day travel to the Niagara Falls and spend a couple of days there.
Comment by Elysia from Helotes
LA or New York City, or Boston.