Besides Salem, Massachusetts which I voted on and would love to have the BSC meet Harry Potter and company at a witch/wizard retreat in Salem, I'd love for the BSC to go on a spring break pilgimage to Israel and have sort of a spiritual experience there, then visit a Mediterranian beach and frolick there.
Perhaps, they'd help a group of Syrian refugees find safety in Italy, Germany or the UK.
Another place I would have loved to see the BSC visit is Washington, DC.
DC is often overlooked as a great city to live in and to visit...so much history there.
I’ve never really had a desire to go, but a friend and I are discussing on going to Disney next year. I gotta reread ss1 again!
I've never been to Disney either. I kinda feel like everyone should go once, but I'm old now and don't want to do all that walking and waiting in lines anymore. I'd like to go to Simpsons World at Universal Studios. Or, better yet, Super Mario Brothers World. That one's in Japan, so that's not gonna happen for me.
Post by Sideshowjazz1 on Aug 22, 2021 19:50:43 GMT -5
I'm torn between Sea City and some of the road trip places. I'm not too interested in Chincoteague (although I got a sample of Misty of Chincoteague on Kindle yesterday, but I don't think I'll buy the whole book on there) although it would be cool to see feral ponies, but the Mall of America? Mississippi plantations and museums? A tourist trap ghost town (I love historical towns, but this also sounds like it would be fun if stupid)? The Wall Drug Store? San Diego zoo? San Francisco? I have been to the USA five times (LA is twelve hours away, and New York adds another five hours on). Twice in Los Angeles, twice in Honolulu and once in NYC. I'm dying to explore the rest of the country, and that includes the rest of California.
"We all go a little mad sometimes." - Norman Bates, "Psycho"
^ I lived in San Diego for a time, and the zoo was amazing! We lived like two miles from Balboa Park (where to zoo is) and the whole place is tremendously cool.
It's been 12 years since I last answered this poll. Harry Potter world would be a huge draw nowadays, but I've been to Universal. I've also been to Paris and London but I would love to go back. I feel like those cities are places you could live in for years and still never see everything.