I would have to say that every place I have been to holds its own unique qualities, which is a testament to the diversity of our planet.
When I feel laid back and just want to enjoy interactions with good people, hands down is Atlantic Canada and parts of the Southern United States.
Venice is a great place if you don't mind waking up to a flooded hotel.
Munich was very interesting to me, especially a very scary ride on a cable train up a mountain.
Zurich reminded me of something out of the movie Amadeus, classical music being played in the streets, absolutely beautiful.
I hold a special lace in my heart for Alaska, America's last frontier.
The Big Island of Hawaii was also something spectacular, a mix of fire and water.
I have been to Australia but did not travel much other than Melbourne on a New Year's Eve, I remember teasing my friend and referring to it as Sleepy Hollow.
Greece has rich history and beautiful islands.
Ireland,UK, France, Italy, Belgium, Holland, US Virgin Islands, Aruba all great places.
I've always wanted to go to Sweden, Eastern Euroe, Norway and Russia, hopefully by next year I'll do that.
Sometime after that I hope to hit China and Japan.
But I have always held one dream since I was a kid, a two week expedition to Antarctica. Ships sail from Pantagonia a few times a year.Maybe before I kick the bucket.