If you could go anywhere....

stultus

New Member
...in the world, where would you go? The wanderlust is kicking in and since I'm thus far unable to reasonably make it home for Christmas, I'm thinking of burning up a few frequent flier miles and heading somewhere else.

I can go pretty much any where NW (and partners KL, CO, DL) or Star Alliance (UA, LH, SAS) flies, but there has to be award availability. I'm thinking of: Oslo, Paris, Rome (already been, but it's my favorite), Lisbon, et al.

Any suggestions?
 

Kristie

Mama Bear....
Staff member
I really liked paris! I'd love to go back there or up to alaska when it opens up again...
 

Prospective_Pilot

New Member
Sydney, Australia is where I suggest you go.


But for me if I could go anywhere it would be one of these places if not all.....


Maho Beach
Hawaii
England
Germany
Amsterdam
France
Switzerland
Hong Kong
Singapore
New Zealand
Brazil
Russia

Just a few of the places I hope to visit one day...
 

SteveC

Really?
Staff member
Kristie said:[ QUOTE ]
I really liked paris! I'd love to go back there or up to alaska when it opens up again...

[/ QUOTE ]

Who closed Alaska, and why wasn't I notified????
<stomping foot>
 

mastermags

Well-Known Member *giggity*
[ QUOTE ]

Who closed Alaska, and why wasn't I notified????
<stomping foot>

[/ QUOTE ]

LMAO.... someone has joined the grammar patrol's elite forces! JK, funny observation.
 

FL270

New Member
Do Paris, it's a blast. After a few days, rent a car and go drive out in the countryside ... take a couple days down in the Loire Valley if you like wine, as I do. Drink wine, relax in the smaller French towns, eat well. Nice lodging can be had for Motel 6 prices outside of Paris, and its wonderful. Tour a couple of chateaus. I did the Loire in '98 and absolutely loved it.

Or, if you like skiing, use those NWA miles to fly to Zurich or Geneva. From Geneva, Chamonix is an hour's drive and a great town with excellent skiing ... went there last winter and it was a blast.

Bon voyage!

FL270
 

SteveC

Really?
Staff member
Do central / northern Italy. The food and wine are excellent, the people are friendly, and you can kick back and relax.

For skiing you can go to the Italian side of the Alps.
 

John_Jones

New Member
I'm not a big "international" guy. I'd rather be in Las Cruses, NM one of the most beautiful places in the world looking over the moutain range, the place where I once lived and my brother died.
 

SteveC

Really?
Staff member
If you want to stay in the states, couple of my favorites are Santa Fe, NM, and Sedona, AZ.

Both are getting too commercial, but if you get just a little bit off the beaten path, they're both great locations.
 

mastermags

Well-Known Member *giggity*
If you are staying in the states, go rent a camper and spend a week in the Yellowstone/Grand Teton area... the coolest place in the states I have yet been... this is the summer idea of course. I also really enjoyed Seattle and British Columbia.
 

Kristie

Mama Bear....
Staff member
[ QUOTE ]
Who closed Alaska, and why wasn't I notified????
<stomping foot>

[/ QUOTE ] ohhhh come-ON.. you know what i meant! haha


I mean when the cruiselines start operating again, it warms up and the sun starts to shine in the region....duh!
 
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