1. Gift shop just out side the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in Disneyland
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    I love the whole ride and the Blue Bayou restaurant, but there's a small gift shop just as you come out of the ride, tucked into a little corner, where you really feel you could be in another world
  2. Henley on Thames
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    To me this is the quintessential English village. Beautiful, quaint (can I say quint without offending those who live there), the Henley Regatta, and a bridge over the river.
  3. Hester Street, Lower Manhattan
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    It's not really beautiful, but it felt real.
  4. Bullfrog, Lake Powell
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    Blue sky, red cliffs, blue water. Every time I'm there I wish I was there all the time.
  5. Restaurant Marrakesh, Epcot Center
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    I know, another Disney location, but my wife and I had the best dinner there. We were starving, it was raining and the food was great.
  6. Albion Basin, Big Cottonwood Canyon
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    It's where we lost our mother. It feels a little closer to heaven.
  7. Muir Wood Forest
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    I've only been here once. We came with my daughter - she earned a trip with her parents. The place is magical.
  8. Murray, Utah
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