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What would your dream vacation be?

Asked by Josh Board

May 24, 2007

John Winkelman

From Normal Heights (Marketing)

Germany. Bavaria. I like the beer gardens; the historical aspects. I'm not big on Oktoberfest, but you have to go to that. I go and make all the stops on the train, which are cheap. I've been twice. I don't really speak German. I know enough to get by. I'd live there if I could. I do belong to the German club in El Cajon.

Alex Sanchez

From Tijuana (Engineer)

My vacation would be to France. I can speak a little French. I'd like to make a stop in Cancún, although I've been there before; just once. It was good. It was wild. That was a couple years ago. I'd like to go again. My Spanish is a lot better than my French is.

Claudia Fuentas

From Tijuana (Human Resources)

Cancún would be nice. I've never been there. I'd love to go to Las Vegas again. I've been there twice. I'd like to see shows. I didn't see any previously. I'd love to go to Paris, Germany, or Switzerland. I would pick all those places on a dream vacation if I could see them all. I'm not sure which one, if I was forced to just pick one.

Amanda Duarte

From El Cajon (Student)

I would like a tour of Europe with my cycling friends. I'd ride in Spain, France, the Tuscany region of Italy. I usually ride 150 miles a week, but doing that in Europe on vacation would be fun. I would like to ride in Croatia and Poland. I know the Polish national team. It would be fun to ride with them.

Chris Colthurst

From Tierrasanta (Systems Analyst)

I have been to a lot of great places. I'd never turn down a trip to Maui or the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. But, since I've been there, I'd probably say India. I'm interested in religion and how long it's existed. It's not a major religion in the U.S., per se. And, I like how it bridges the Western and Eastern with the spice trades. Oh, and I hear the Taj Mahal is beautiful.

Heather Williams

From Allied Gardens (Assists Mentally Disabled)

India. There's so much culture there. I'm not as interested in the tourist India, but the different caste systems and religions. It's incredibly diverse and overwhelming to all the senses. There are major differences between the north and south. There is color, vibrance in people of all castes, from Paklin up. I would like to experience that passion in everyday life.

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