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This is the town I always go to for shopping, cinema, exploring, sightseeing etc. since I was very little. Odawara has a nice mixture of old and contemporary culture. I love the way the town is growing international those days. Must visit place!
Starting from the castle, passing under the tower, waching the deep well, tasting many different traditional and original food, having a glass of good wine, walking on the old alleys, hearing gripping tales, waching the blue sky, having a nice day...
Less obvious take on Lublin: Map of the Poligon -- a large, desolate area between two large housing estates. For decades an important part of a landscape for those who lived close by, now sold and soon to be transformed into houses and another shopping center.
Canyon Largo is a giant piece of BLM/public land 4 times the length of Manhattan, 50+miles long from the beginning (Blanco, NM) to the end where it meets up with the state highway.
The canyon is full of the remains of 3 cultures, the Anasazi /Pueblo people (1200 B.C. to A.D. 1300), Navajo and early Hispanic settlers. This is my favorite hiking spot. Quiet, endless, remote, surprising, harsh, beautiful and none of it paved.
No time is bad time to be in Big Sur. You can go in January to see the whales, December to see the monarch butterflies, May to see the wildflowers, or anytime to see the redwoods, waterfalls, mountaintops, seals, tide pools, beaches and sunsets.
My family has been vacationing in Michiana for one week in August every year since I was very little. We spend most of our time on the beach reading and searching for beach treasures. It is the most relaxing week of summer and I look forward to it every year. It will always hold a place in my heart and I hope in the future to continue this tradition when I start my own family.