Thursday, January 27, 2011

Vacation... anyone??

Guess what? I have two questions for you today. Well, don't expect them to be mind-boggling or complicated. They're just simple questions that you ask any time of the day and when there is nothing you can ask anymore because you already exhausted all the possible questions under the sun.

Yeah, I am still busy but I think I have time for just two questions since my recent trip to California inspired me to publish a couple of posts here and there.

And here,  I want to share some of the highlights and favorite photos of that trip.
 
 At Torey Pines, San Diego
 At Pasedena Parade of the Roses
 At Griffin Observatory, Los Angeles with the famous Hollywood sign landmark at the background.
 At Rodeo Drive, baby. LOL
 At the Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco
 At the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco
 At the Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco
 
 At the Alamo Square with the Victorian Houses at the background. 

Yeah, I really had a wonderful time with friends and family. In fact, I am still dreaming about it and probably  will not get over it... until I had to go on another vacation. LOL.

So for my... Thursday Two Questions:

1. What is your dream vacation?
2. Do you have any unforgettable vacation?


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8 comments:

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Ruthi, Love your shots. The painted ladies and the Hollywood sign are great.

1. My dream vacation would be going again to Hong Kong. I've been there twice but can never get enough of that spectacular place.

2. HK was my most memorable vacation and holds a special place in my heart, it always will.

Glad you had a great time in Cali.

Gale said...

1. My dream vacation would be a trip through Asia, visiting my old roommate in South Korea, another friend who lives in India, seeing Mr. Fuji in Japan, and traveling down the Yangtze river in China.

2. My most memerable vacation was to California with my kids to see my dad who lives in the Mountains there (where I grew up...we're in Texas now). We also got to go down to San Diego where my husband grew up...it was my kid's first time seeing the ocean.

Glad you got a chance to visit my home state!

Self Sagacity said...

Thanks for sharing these pictures and not calling when you were in CA! Smiles. It looks beautiful, the weather is so nice and crisp, I am glad you had a great time! Next time come up to Northern CA ;-)

1) My dream vacation is a cruise to the Mediterranean, or a trip to Egypt- all expenses paid of course.
2) Yes, Viet Nam and the cruise to the Caribbean are lifetime treasures.

Lui said...

Your photos look lovely and I am sure you had a grand time! I forgot the Qs because this opened in another box ;-(...but I'll guess:

1) My dream vacation place would be Ireland.

2) Most vacations are memorable. And the best is when you travel with somebody you love.

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

Lovely shots. I am glad you had such a wonderful time.

I've only had one vacation. My children and I went with our minister and his family to a church camp in upstate New York. It rained the entire week, but it was super to be with the children and not punching a clock. I wouldn't mind doing it again, but this time I want to sleep in a bed, not a tent. lol If we took the whole family we would need a couple buses. lol

SquirrelQueen said...

I love all of your photos, it looks like it was a fun trip.

My dream vacation would be a long road trip all over the Western US.

My most memorable vacations have been to Cabo and traveling around that area.

JamericanSpice said...

Wow. You got around! I'm glad you enjoyed your trip!

I would love to visit Italy. And I've been to Hawaii but I want to go again without kids and diapers :)

2. Hawaii was my most memorable vacation!

Love your photos! Thanks for sharing.

betchai said...

oh Ruthi, I go by one vacation at a time, so at present, my dream vacation is
1) Alaska :) Actually, my dream vacation is no specific place, as long as I can spend a lot of time exploring the beauty of our natural world, so it must be around nature for me, with a lot of hiking, and other outdoor activities.
2) My most memorable vacation always is here at home, in San Diego. That's why I always want to spend 3/4 of my summer vacation here at home :)

love your photos Ruthi, still dreaming of part 2 here, wherever it may be

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