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post #31 of 37
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I was recently in Naples, Florida, at a pretty good resort - I think that is the type of thing I would do.

I hear they have great bespoke tailors. Come back with any porn-worthy authentic Neapolitan duds?
post #32 of 37
I second Argentina. Especially Buenos Aires. Its like being in a classic european city, except the exchange rate is much much better. You would have to get a deal on the flight, which is possible, but keep in mind the seasonal difference. And October is the rainy month. But at 3-1 on the dollar, you can RACK UP.
post #33 of 37
I second Canadia. Good food, clean streets, and even the ugly girls are pretty.
post #34 of 37
Edinburgh Scotland????

The City is beutiful in the Winter and there's plenty to do mate, although i would say that as i stay here...

http://www.ed.ac.uk/explore/city/
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Edinburgh Scotland????

The City is beutiful in the Winter and there's plenty to do mate, although i would say that as i stay here...

http://www.ed.ac.uk/explore/city/

DAmn man that looks pretty amazing. I think for this trip though we're going to stay in the states. Just with the time constraints and whatnot, I think we'd be best to go somewhere without having an overseas flight. I've heard a lot about Edinburgh though, I think my father and I will be going there next summer.
post #36 of 37
Tallinn, Estonia for summer. I live in Tallinn and its beautiful. Modern mixed with 13th century old town and still relatively cheap.
post #37 of 37
Vancouver / Victoria / Whistler area in Canada. You can fly into Vancouver and take the ferry over to Victoria, which is a great city. Fairmont Empress hotel is right on the water and is really nice - I think the rooms start at $250 or so. Or, if you ski, Whistler (2 hour drive north of Vancouver) is a massive ski hill. Really great. Even if you don't ski, the ski village is about as active as they come. Lots of restaurants and bars.
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