Copying Tito, places I spent at least a night in 2005:
A pretty ish-ish year on travel. Am thinking this year, in addition to Wiscon, I may do BEA, and at some point we’ll probably be in New York. Also, Roanoke Island. And possibly LA and/or Austin, depending as well. I am determined to get somewhere tropical. We’ll see. Y tu?
9 thoughts on “Where You Been”
go to an island in Thailand if you want tropical. and it’s cheap!
But I hear they give you mumps. 🙂
hmmm…after being inspired by your post to take a closer look at my own travels in the past year, i’m a bit mortified. nothing vaguely exciting. although i do know which airports have good bookstores…so there’s that. i am heading to glasgow and edinburgh this fall (can’t wait!) with a few less enthralling trips to orlando (blech!), Ogunquit, Maine and New York. I’m sure I’ll rack up some other undesireables along the way! Here’s to a year of excellent traveling — or at least good bookstores to make up for mediocre traveling!
i would like to see a (top 20?) list of airports with good bookstores….
Janet and I are hoping to make it back to Singapore this summer, and possibly to Thailand as well.
No no, Thailand doesn’t give you the mumps. *Japan* gives you the mumps. Thailand just gives you milaria. (sp?)
LA gives you nothing but palm trees and love. It’s true.
In order of the number of nights spent there:
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Ah, business travel, so good to me. This year: Istanbul, Copenhagen, probably Tokyo, possibly Cape Town. (And Glasgow again, for Eastercon.)
Okay, I’ll bite:
San Diego, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Not very interesting, I’m afraid.
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