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May 1st 2007 2:56AM Called Goblin Valley. http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/park/index.php?id=GVSP
Jan 15th 2007 10:23PM I have been to all but Puerto Rico. Canada is by far my favorite, and in my opinion the easiest country in which to travel for English-speaking Americans. Canada has sooooo much to offer the outdoor enthusiast, the history buff, the chow hound, and so on, yet so many Americans don't bother visiting their cousin to the north. It's sad. I was at a birthday party for a 90 year old woman who lives in Illinois, USA, over the weekend and she boasted about all her travels and ended with "but I never went to Canada". She missed the best place.
Jan 15th 2007 10:10PM What an interesting idea. Reykjavik, and the rest of Iceland, is practically undiscovered. Anyone looking for something off the beaten path would surely find peace there.
Jan 15th 2007 9:44PM I have been to this castle and found it very fascinating . Thankfully, there's no mention whatsoever of Dracula within the walls of the castle. Instead, it's all pure history. Unfortunately, the parking lot at the bottom of the hill (it's a bit of a hike to the castle) is filled with vendors selling every imaginable Dracula doodad.