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· Formally "jadeg001"
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I figured that this could be a good resource for people who plan to travel out of the Continental United States.

I have been to the following places:

United Kingdom - London, Oxford, the Cotswolds, Norwich.
Ireland - Dublin.
Switzerland - Zurich, Geneva.
Italy - Tuscany (Siena and regional villages), Rome, Venice.
France - Paris, Southern France (various places).
Canada - Montreal, Ottawa City
Mexico - Cuernavaca, Mexico City, Tenochtitlan, Tijuana, Cabo San Lucas*, Puerto Vallarta*
St. Maarten
St. Thomas


*Will being going in 3/11
 

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Hawaiian Islands-- all of them multiple times...Maui is my favorite
All Caribbean Ilands--St. Johns, St. Thomas, St.Maarten, Puerto Rico, Curacao, Antiqua, St. Croix, Nassau, Aruba, Grenada...I know there are others I'm leaving out.
All of Mexico and ports of call--Acapulco, Cabo, Puerto Vallarta, Ixtapa, Mazatlan, more
Canada
Bermuda
Spain--Cartegena, Barcelona
France--Cannes, Gordes, Arles, Avignon
Africa---Morroco, Casablanca
Gibraltar
Italy --Rome, Florence, Venice, Tuscany
Portugal...Lisbon, Maderia
Tenerife Islands
 

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puerto rico(puerto rican)
london
paris
amsterdamn
st thomas
st croix
st lucia
mexio
cozumel
dominican republic
hati
turks
all the bahamian islands
costa maya
alaska
tokyo, japan

I know im forgetting a bunch too
 

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Ireland
England (One trip I took 25 high school students ... talk about an adventure!)
Wales
Italy
Hawaii (my favorite)
Guatemala (amazing experience)
Mexico
Canada
France

Have never been to Scotland, Australia and New Zealand so they are my list.

Off to Aruba this summer as my son picked it as his graduation trip.
 

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Howdy All:

I hope you are great.

Canada - quick drive from home
Mexico- Playa del Carmen, love that place, going back in March
Jamaica - Negril, great sunsets
Czech Republic - Prague, very cool city to walk around in
Spain- Madrid, Barcelona, Vigo - Great country, would love to spend much more time
Germany - Frankfurt, Munich, Bohn, Hamburg, Stutgart
Paris - Lyon
England - London, Newberry
Japan - Tokyo

Love to travel.

Best regards, tony
 

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Not too well-travelled internationally (yet):
Mexico - Playa del Carmen, Puerto Vallarta
Canada - Waterloo
China - Guangzhou, Nanchang, Hong Kong

Since the list above is a little wimpy, it got me thinking about all the U.S. states I've spent time in:
Alabama - Huntsville
Arizona - Flagstaff, Grand Canyon
Arkansas - Fayetteville, Hot Springs
California - San Fran, L.A.
Colorado - pretty much entire state
D.C.
Florida - Orlando
Georgia - Hotlanta
Illinois - Chi-town, Elgin
Iowa - Des Moines
Kansas - Ft. Riley
Louisiana - N'awlins
Maine - Bar Harbor
Michigan - St. Joe
Mississippi - Belmont, Golden, Southaven
Missouri - St. Louis, Branson
Nebraska - Comaha
Nevada - Lost Wages
New Mexico - Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Taos
NY - NYC
Oklahoma - Ft. Sill
South Carolina - Anderson
Tennessee - Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga
Texas - Austin
Utah - Moab, Orem
Wisconson - Madison
Wyoming - Cheyenne
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This is all I can think of right now...I'm sure there are more though:
Hawaii
Alaska
Nassau, Bahamas
Guam
Japan, Okinawa and the mainland
Singapore
Thailand
Bahrain
Iraq
Afghanistan
Spain
Portugal
Italy
Greece
Sicily
Norway
Scotland
Canada
Mexico
Austrailia
Ireland

Yes, over 13 years of Active Duty has it's advantages. I've traveled a lot, and seen a lot of different cultures. I'm sure there are a few that I have missed but these are what I can think of right now.
 

· Dosidicus Pipa
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Alaska and Hawaii, natch.

Lived in Germany for four years - traveled there more than I have my home state. Y luego....
Denmark
East Germany (back when there was one)
Switzerland
Austria
France
Spain
Japan
Korea
Okinawa

Purtnear settled in Denmark when I was living in Flensburg, Germany. Had a sponsor for my Danish equivalent of a green card. Loved living in northern Germany and playing in the south.

Live just a couple of hours from Canada, but I've never been. Kind of odd, that.
 

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So outside of the US I have lived in only one but visited others.

Germany- Lived
Denmark
Belgium
Netherlands
Austria
Switzerland

Now for the US

Minnesota- lived
Pennsylvania- lived
Virgina- lived
Washington- lived
Kansas- lived
Wisconsin- lived

Too many states to list that I have visited. We can say it is close to all of them.
 

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I figured that this could be a good resource for people who plan to travel out of the Continental United States.

I have been to the following places:"

Heres a list just top of my head. And none of them was a vacation, unless you include r and rs, while on government salary.

Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Egypt, Panama, Ireland, Wales, Saudi Arabia, Nicaragua, Jamaica, Manila, Cuba, Puerto Rico, New Zealand and the Azores and Morocco I think that covers it.
Does Texas count? People who live in Texas do not consider themselves as part of the u.s.a. but a separate country onto themselves.

These day, I barely leave my bedroom anymore, let alone my house.(apartment these days).

Much regards Jerry
 

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Some well traveled brothers here...

My list:

Italy - Naples, Sorrento, Capri, Rome
Portugal - Azores
England - London
Germany - Landstuhl, Kaiserslautern
Qatar - Doha and most of the rest of the country
Bahrain
Oman - Muscat
Mexico - Tijuana
Hawaii - Honolulu
 
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