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Will Cover
Air Force Fan
Brentwood, TN
Member since Mar 2007
26409 posts

Vacation destination in continental US

No Disney, no Destin, no Gulf Shores, etc.

Two kids, ages four and seven and a wife that puts out like an ATM dispenser.

Help me find my vacation destination for the summer.

Simply can't make up our minds. I am thinking rest and true relaxation but a part of me believes the kids would enjoy New York.


TigerHam85
Hawaii Fan
59-024 Kamehameha Highway
Member since Nov 2009
31416 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
charleston south carolina


beaver
USA Fan
The 755 Club
Member since Sep 2009
43938 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Big Bear Mountain, CA


hg
LSU Fan
Member since Jun 2009
79458 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Big Bear in California

Some nice cabins up there


hg
LSU Fan
Member since Jun 2009
79458 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
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foshizzle
LSU Fan
Washington DC metro
Member since Mar 2008
32180 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Go to a big water park like Schlitterbahn.


CurDog
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2007
26221 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
we are going to the keys this summer


Will Cover
Air Force Fan
Brentwood, TN
Member since Mar 2007
26409 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Schlitterbahn, too close to San Antonio and we have been there a bunch.


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Pettifogger
Hat Creek Cattle Co.
Member since Feb 2012
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re: Vacation destination in continental US
quote:

Some nice cabins up there



Traffic blows though.


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OFWHAP
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2007
5416 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
California has nice scenery. Lot to do around the SF Bay Area with Alcatraz, Sausalito, all the cool shite in the city, Monterey/Big Sur/Carmel to the south, maybe even venture farther south to Hearst Castle, catch a baseball game at AT&T Park, etc.


Will Cover
Air Force Fan
Brentwood, TN
Member since Mar 2007
26409 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Charleston really intrigues me. Wanted to do this last year and ended up in Naples, FL which i thoroughly enjoyed.


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usc6158
Southern Cal Fan
Member since Feb 2008
24228 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Outer Banks, Kiawah, Hilton Head


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bags03
Oregon Fan
Scottsdale, Arizona
Member since May 2004
3005 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Lake Tahoe


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NYCAuburn
Auburn Fan
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Member since Feb 2011
34412 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Mountain cabin up north, find some like the movie the great outdoors, cabin, lake, small vacation town.


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Will Cover
Air Force Fan
Brentwood, TN
Member since Mar 2007
26409 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
The Florida Keys, another good recommendation. And I believe Southwest flies there.


OFWHAP
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2007
5416 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Southwest flies into both San Francisco and Oakland. It's easy to get to downtown SF from either airport using BART (subway system).


JabarkusRussell
Member since Jul 2009
10289 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
San Diego, Vegas, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York. Been to all but Seattle.


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Will Cover
Air Force Fan
Brentwood, TN
Member since Mar 2007
26409 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Doesn't SF have an enormous amount of preparation H users?


CurDog
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2007
26221 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
yes they do. looked it up today. i believe the flights were about 200/person/roundtrip. although our 1 year old flys free


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OFWHAP
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2007
5416 posts

re: Vacation destination in continental US
Yes, there are a lot of gays in San Francisco, but it's also pretty easy to avoid those areas of town. Basically don't go to the Castro. Even if you do venture over there, they're not going to try to sodomize you.


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