Dream Vacay  

Friday, October 16, 2009

Well, it's 2 weeks to vacation, and now I'd like to dream about what sort of vacation we would like to have, if we had money and time.

Denise's dream vacay would definitely be New Orleans. She gets so excited when there is anything on T.V. The french quarter is her favorite part. I think it's because of the expulsion of 1755, when the pig-dog English tried to get rid of the French who had settled in the Canadian maritime provinces. They took them from their homes and threw them on boats and sent them to Louisiana. Families were torn apart, thrown nilly willy on boats.

That is my theory for the absolute love of the area. I'd certainly love to tag along.

My idea of a lovely vacation would be Germany. I was born there on the Canadian military base in Lahr, and would love to go back and see it again. I was there till I was 4, so I'd like to see the area now. And I think it would be really pretty.

These will not be our vacations this year, but maybe soon?


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4 comments: to “ Dream Vacay

  • Judy
    October 16, 2009 at 11:19 AM  

    Two great places to visit for sure! Me, I would love to go to Italy and eat my way through!

  • jinn
    October 16, 2009 at 1:53 PM  

    I thought the pic of N.O. was of Disneyland at first. It's just like it! Except for the horse.. and the booze.. and partial nudity..

  • Baroness Bijoutery
    October 16, 2009 at 8:02 PM  

    Both places sound just wonderful..Love the Big Easy and all the great jazz down in the Quarter...If I could go anywhere it would be back to Misawa Japan..It's on the Northern end of Honshu the main Island, very rural and very old world...I really loved it there...

  • TheNikiProject
    October 19, 2009 at 1:40 AM  

    I also would love to visit New Orleans. Being in the US, I've heard that there is no place like it here. Not to mention how diverse in culture it is. Also, I love reading Anne Rice's books and the way she describes it makes it sound magical.


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