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Re: [teacherartexchange] OT - Planning a Vacation


Date: Sun Jun 17 2007 - 09:12:06 PDT

Boston is a great city! I have to say I live just outside of Boston and we were in one of my favorite restaurants and at the table next to us was a family that had come from the midwest. I looked at them and said why on earth would you come to boston for vacation? They had a huge list. It opened my eyes to what my city has to offer even though I take it for granted. We recently went to Philidelphia and that was also really nice. Both places are very historic if that's what you like. A whole different terrain than Kansas would be the mountians of New Hampshire or Vermont or upstate New York. The coast of Maine is also lovley this time of year. But I'm the type of person who gets antsy if I don't see the ocean for a day or two. Thats about the extent of my travels in the USA. I did see colorado. Very nice. Otherwise I've been overseas. But I love New England ;-)


>From: "M. Austin" <>
>Date: 2007/06/17 Sun AM 09:58:29 CDT
>To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group <>
>Subject: [teacherartexchange] OT - Planning a Vacation

>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!
>3-12 Kansas Art Teacher
>HS Digital Communications
>Technology Integration Specialist
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