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McWay Falls, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Big Sur, California...why have I not been here yet?

McWay Falls, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Big Sur, California most beautiful place I've traveled in North America! I dream of the day I can LK and Ben to northern CA

Heart Shaped Rock --a shaped rock cut by the ocean in Maui, Hawaii, USA by IPBrian

Heart Shaped Rock, Maui, Hawaii - By the Nakalele Blowhole in Kahakuloa. The best way to get to it is from the second parking lot after mile marker 38 on Highway 30 North.

Minha Maceió....Tropical summer beach vacation escape

Palm Trees - Growing up in CA they were everywhere when we went to the beach. My favorite beach Santa Barbara has palm trees aligning the main road next to the sand. I love palms!

shipwreckedinsc:  Happy Friday! Have a beautiful day unless you plan otherwise. Live long and prosper. - James [_]3

White sand beaches, clear blue waters, and a super awesome tree swing that swings out over the ocean waves . Beautiful Tropical Paradise Z

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Platja D’Aro, Girona, Spain. Oh the sand, the sunset, the water. Its like a picture embedded deep within a beautiful dream. I must go here someday.

Pali Lookout, Oahu, Hawaii

Pali Lookout, Oahu, Hawaii - That clear, grassy area in the center is the cemetery where my grandparents are buried

Rocky Village, Vernazza, Italy.

Rocky Village, Vernazza, Italy.

Santorini, Greece

101 Most Beautiful Places To Visit Before You Die! (Part II)

sorrento, italy.  Would love to go back

Sorrento, Italy Sorrento is a fabulous place to visit across the bay from Naples, close to Pompeii and part of the glorious Amalfi coast.

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese - You know you're in the London of Dr. Johnson and Charles Dickens when you drop into this famous pub.

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, Fleet Street, London - rebuilt in 1666 - a local pub for Samuel Johnson and Charles Dickens