Whoa! Congratulations! You have seen many countries. I've planned Las Vegas and San Francisco too but Covid stopped me. About the F1 I suggest you MonteCarlo, SPA or Baku. Amazing the 3 of them!ale62 wrote: ↑Mon Jan 25, 2021 3:12 amWhoa! Congratulations! You have seen many countries. I've planned Las Vegas and San Francisco too but Covid stopped me. About the F1 I suggest you MonteCarlo, SPA or Baku. Amazing the 3 of them!CFH wrote: ↑Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:21 am I've been to: Estonia, Sweden, Russia, Luxemburg, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Egypt, USA, Jamaica
I'd love to visit: England, Australia, West coast of USA
I'm not a big fan of sightseeing, so I don't really care for The Big Ben and stuff like that, but I'd love to attend English football game, visit some pubs and maybe catch a show in London. A long weekend type of trip. Closest I've been to England was catching a connecting flight last year in Heathrow, while on my way to 70K. That was an experience I would rathert not repeat.
I have no particular reason for visiting Australia, but the climate would certainly be an upgrade when compared to Finland. It would be nice to see how things roll in the other side of the world.
West Coast USA is something that's definitely on my bucket list, especially Las Vegas and San Fransisco. LA used to be there too, but from what I've heard from people who have visited the city, it's not worth it. Me and my friends used to have a plan either to attend 70k or do the famous route 66, but we ended up doing 70k (and don't regret it a bit). Now that I've started to think about it, I don't see any reasons to do the route 66, 'cause there isin't really that much things that I'd want to experience in the east coast. Needless to say, we got hooked to the cruise and are attending 2017 as well, so it might take a while to get that west coast trip to happen.
I'd also love to see F1 live some day, doesn't really matter where (okay, Monte Carlo would propably be #1).
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