Friday, July 4, 2008

Happy Independence Day!

American or not, what is your favorite place in the United States?

I have several favorites.

I love Chicago, the beautiful California beaches, Yellowstone National Park, the Seattle area, the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, Central Park, the touristy part of Washington DC, Salt Lake City, the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, and of course, St. Louis, Missouri.

How about you?

8 comments:

J. Kaye Oldner said...

Hmmm...I'm not a woman of the world, but there are a few favorite places. Any place in WY, Ogden, UT, any beach, and the French Quarter.

Paul J. said...

The mall on DC
Times Square in NYC
Chicago
Monterey and Laguna Beach, CA (oh, and the redwoods)
And of course, the North Georgia Mountains

Angie said...

I love the Texas hill country, Smokey Mountains, and Indiana which is where I was born. Oh, I also love Yellowstone National Park.

Carole said...

I live in the Atlanta area, so I've always loved north Georgia and the Smokey Mountains. But my favorite spot is anywhere on the New England coast, from Nantucket and Cape Cod to NE Maine. I've been drawn to that area since studying geography in elementary school, and have been blessed with a few visits there during my life.

Krista said...

Yay for Yellowstone!!!
And the Oregon Coast!

Amy said...

Paul J. yeah, the mall on DC. love that place. Only been there once, but the weather was so beautiful!

J.Kaye...not a woman of the world, just these United States! I've never been to the French Quarter and always wanted to go there.

Angie...I love Indiana, too. The midwest is so gorgeous in the fall, especially.

Carole, sadly I've never really been to Maine. But I was born in Atlanta! :)

Krista...don't know much about the Oregon Coast, but I'm sure I would love it. I think there's something special about each place.

Elizabeth said...

I love Straight Lake in Northern Minnesota, and Highway 1 in California. Could spend hours in Sequoia National Park. My favorite non-US location is St. Lucia, the most beautiful island in the world.

Heather J. said...

Here's my list:

San Diego, especially Seaport Village
the Redwood Forests in Northern California
Harper's Ferry, West Virginia
the marshy lands around St. Mary's City, Maryland

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