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Re: [teacherartexchange] OT - Planning a Vacation


From: Diane Gregory (dianegregory2_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Jun 17 2007 - 08:28:07 PDT

Hi Michel,

I think you live in Kansas, so this idea might not be
so different for you.

I have wanted to go to Santa Fe to see the city,
museums and local sites. I also love the mountains,
walking trails and fishing. In the mountains
surrounding Santa Fe there should be plenty of that.

Woody seems to be taken with TAOS. I also like the
idea of going some place cooler right now. The only
place I can think of like that is Canada...Montreal,
Quebec, and out western Canada. Or maybe even Europe.
 I would love to go to Tuscany and see Italy. Too hot
now, though. I grew up in Paris France. Lived there
for seven years when I was a child (ages 4-12) Paris,
would be lovely this time of year!

Just my thoughts. Maybe others would have more
specific ideas. Have fun and send us a postcard!


--- "M. Austin" <> wrote:

> I know this is off-topic, but this is the only place
> I know to narrow down
> my search. Friday night I participated in the annual
> cancer relay-for-life,
> and my name was drawn from those who managed to stay
> for the entire thing (I
> still can't hardly walk! *L*) Anyways, I won two
> airline tickets to anywhere
> in the continental United States. With NEA hotel
> discounts & car rentals, we
> can easily afford this surprise trip. But the
> dilemma? Where to go?!?! Since
> hubby will be accompanying me I won't get more than
> one or two museum
> visits. I have spent the past day internet
> searching, but maybe you all have
> suggestions - tourist attractions, unique places,
> etc. TIA!
> ~Michal
> 3-12 Kansas Art Teacher
> HS Digital Communications
> Technology Integration Specialist
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