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I live in Seattle. I work at a large e-com/tech company. I sail, travel a couple times a year. I am single-on-purpose and prefer traveling solo or with friends who are laid back, low drama, and like some comfort. I am always down for joining travel groups and clubs to get better discounts.
Sharing an answer I gave Thomas earlier:If you are only in the city for your time there:The Chinese Pavilion and Japanese Gardens inside was built for worlds fair are pretty beautiful and recently re done.The tour of the underground palace Coudenberg... See More
If you are only in the city for your time there:The Chinese gardens at the Chinese Pavilion was built for the worlds fair are pretty beautiful and recently re done. The tour of Coudenberg, the underground palace is pretty coolThe Abbaye de la Cambre ... See More
Lyon, France, I presume?Broc’Bar was by far my favorite place to people watch and sip away.Le Cintra Piano Bar and Restaurant was a fun little place! Some Edith Piaf and an old French vibe. Try the Belgian hot chocolate with your wine =).Le Florian f... See More
All of the normal big spots - the mosques of course,Topkapı Palace. The Spice Bazaar is wonderful (Located in the Eminönü quarter of the Fatih district). Bargaining is less of an art these days, but the older the vendor is, the more they will engage ... See More
My Family lives in Belgium - the Wintermarkets are amazing there. Grab some Glug, have a chocolate treat and walk the stalls, all while carolers sing, music floats in the air and people mingle happily, skate on the little rinks, or play games. It rea... See More
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Playas Gemelas and Flamingos Beach and Golf Resort are great in the PV vicinity . I usually travel north by bus to Bucerias or Sayulita for their beaches, however. Rent an umbrella and a chair, or bring your own and park yourself further north to avo... See More
I love Sayulita - it is one of the most relaxing places on the Pacific coast of MX. Looks like you have some good suggestions from JR so I will add something new: When you are there, pop up to San Poncho (San Francisco) and grab a little of the qui... See More