10 Cool Travel Destinations
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10 Cool Travel Destinations

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10 Cool Travel Destinations

Spring is coming soon, so with that in mind, I've put together a list of some places I'd like to go some day -- maybe you'll find one on here that you like as well. Enjoy!

1. Rome, Florence and Milan, Italy

The food (read: pasta and pizza), the fashion (hello, Milan!) -- Italy's got a lot to offer. Plus I'm 1/4 Italian, so I figure I should go at some point in my life.

2. London, England

Maybe it's just the fact that I think the accents are so cool, but I would just love to go and people watch. Or take some pictures of Big Ben or the legendary red telephone booth. Whichever works, really.

3. Paris, France

Eiffel Tower, need I say more?

4. Sydney or Melbourne, Australia

Again with the accents (so more people watching), but also the Opera House and the Harbor Bridge. I mean, come on now. Plus I've heard that baby kangaroos are totally cute.

5. Toronto, Canada

From what I hear, the CN Tower is pretty stellar, and so are the people. Plus Canadian bacon -- and Canadian TV shows (Degrassi franchise, anyone?) make for some great additions.

6. Rhode Island, Maine...

Any of the New England states, really. From what I've seen on home design shows, the houses are super cute and the towns are bustling but also can be quaint and cozy -- perfect living spot if you ask me.

7. Seattle, Washington

For whatever reason, it reminds me of San Francisco, California -- maybe from the smog or the clouds or the cool coffee shops. There's something very interesting about it, and I totally want to check it out for myself.

8. Nassau, Bahamas

Just because like everyone I know has been (either on a cruise or otherwise) and I want to be a part of that group. It seems so fun, and who doesn't want that?

9. Nashville, Tennessee

Because I love country music, that's why. Music row, here I come!

10. Austin, Texas

I'm not much of a sports fan, but I really just want to see what it's all about down there. Plus I love people who say "Ya'll" and the possibility of wearing cowboy boots. I hear it's also one of the friendliest places too.

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