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Old 02-17-17, 07:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Machka View Post
Another vote for Canada!
Is it OK to say that you're biased?

OTOH - I did suggest the Canadian Rockies earlier. I just wonder if there's enough time given the distances, and that out of 9 days the OP will lose the first and last to travel.

One of the reasons I like Europe is that there's more to see in less distance, and from the east coast, you fly overnight, departing in the evening and arriving early in the AM ready to hit the streets running. That's like a free day (assuming you can get by on little or no sleep).


BTW - it it weren't halfway around the world (with no polar flight shortcut) Tasmania would be very high on my bucket list.
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