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Why do I always find myself dreaming about taking a vacation? Oh yeah...maybe it's because I haven't been on one in forever! In no particular order, here are my favorite vacation spots! Where are your favorite places to go on vacations?
Paris - My husband (boyfriend at the time) had a work project in Europe in 2006 and thanks to frequent flier miles I got to visit! We stayed a few days in Paris and it was amazing!


Asheville - How could you not enjoy checking out this beautiful view?! Plus, I bet you didn't know it's gaining reputation of being an awesome foodie town! Tons of great local spots!
Pittsburgh - We have family in that area and believe it or not, it's a fun place to visit! We had a lot of fun at the Pirates game and the post-game fireworks show!

Nashville - I'm a sucker for live music, especially country music. It's a fun city! Did you read about why I'm going there in a few weeks?

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic - We went to an all-inclusive resort on our honeymoon and it was amazing! I hope to get back there one day, so I can lay on the beach and drink frozen, fruity beverages. Ah, the good life!



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