“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness…” – Mark Twain


About this week’s question, I have some curiosity.  (Yoda, anyone?)  LOL!  Am I intended to provide an answer to each, or choose just one?  While I would love to be able to be a real “jet-setter” and be a world traveler; I think I’ll just answer the three in the question; bc I have already visited some of them.  🙂

Europe is the continent I’ve always wanted to visit, and I did that in 2005 when I visited my son who was stationed in Germany (Army) & his family.  My d-i-l and I toured a lot of Europe while I was there.  We did so w/o my son bc he is a Warrant officer and was too busy with work to travel much. 

Europe did not disappoint me.  It is very beautiful and clean over there.  If I had to choose my favorite country we visited while over there, it would have to be beautiful Bavaria. 

My favorite city I have already visited is Reno, NV!  I have always had so much fun when I’ve visited there.  🙂  But a city/area I have never visited but would WANT to visit, would have to be the historic Gettysburg and its surrounding NE Hot Spots!  Yep, you probably guessed it. I want to go ghost hunting!

I’ve had some experiences with ghosts already, some fun and some scary.  That’s probably why I write paranormal.  GRIN

Do you have a place you would like to visit, or have visited?  Tell us about it.  We’d love to hear!





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Janette is an author of Romantic Paranormal Fantasy. CONNECTIONS, her first series, is Indie published. You can follow her or sign up for her newsletter, and learn more about her new releases as they become available, at She lives in the beautiful and prolific Pacific NW of the USA.
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11 Responses to Travels

  1. Iris B says:

    I’ve been very lucky in my life and have travelled a lot of places. I don’t think I could actually say which one was my favourite because I have wonderful memories of all of them! As for the future, I do hope to get back to the US soon one day again and I’d also love to hop over the ditch and visit NZ.
    Glad you liked Bavaria. It’s a nice place to visit, although I’ve been there that often, only Munich, but that was just to the office and back 😦


  2. Friday brings my list and it’s a big one, but I hope I came to a bit of a conclusion.
    One place that I had wanted to see ,(and saw), was Arizona, because I loved the show “The High Chaparall” when I was a young teen.I have been there three times and everyone should go at least once.It is so diverse: the mountains, the gorges, the desert, the hills, the wilderness, the Indian ruins, the mission churches, the cities…with all the historical places and beautiful wild areas, the only place I have ever let myself be a total ‘tourist’ was Scottsdale and I had a ball each time.But wouldn’t you know, there are three places there I did not see:Lake Havasu with the original London Bridge, the Grand Canyon and …Old Tucson, where the filmed so many movies AND The High Chaparall. (Anybody else remember that show? There were a lot of westerns on at the time.)


  3. jeff7salter says:

    I think you’d really enjoy Gettysburg. Both for the history and for the spooks. My daughter & S-I-L spent a few nights there a couple of years ago and took several of the ‘ghost tours’. They actually felt/saw/sensed some very unusual things in one of the houses.


  4. Laurie Ryan says:

    I, too, have had some opportunities to travel and see bits and pieces of the world. I still haven’t made it to the top of my bucket list, but it’s tentatively set for next year or the year after. My husband and I want to go to Australia. Well, I want to go and he’ll suffer through the plane rides to go with me. 🙂 Day-dreaming about this trip has become one of my favorite pastimes. 🙂


  5. Micki Gibson says:

    Mmmm, Bavaria. I keep thinking of Bavarian chocolate. As to a city I’ve visited and would love to visit again, it’s a toss up between New York City, San Francisco, and Hong Kong. Sadly, I doubt I will have the opportunity for that last one again. I love that there’s so much to do that you can never see all of it in one trip.


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