1.11.2007

Mental Exercise

Ok, kiddilies... time for a little mental exercise, a mental vacation if you will.

Time is not a factor
Money is not a consideration
Your resources are unlimited

Where would you go today if all of that were true?

What would you do?

Think about it for a moment or two... or twenty.

Tell me about it.

16 comments:

Mr. Bloggerific Himself said...

galapagos

platypus said...

New York and then a tour of the US and Canada! I have it all planned in my head!

LadyBug said...

To bed. Undisturbed by the kidlets. Or the puppy. Or the husband. Or the neighbors.

(I'm exhausted.)

Lushy said...

Italy and Greece. I'd go back to all the places that I loved and wanted more time to explore. I'd wander around Pompeii, the Isle of Capri, Florence for a week or so, Lakes Maggiorre and Como and then a few days in Venice. After Venice, it would be to Greece, where I'd island hop from Mykonos to Santorini to Folegadros and then relax for a few days in Sifnos. *SIGH*

*runs off to buy a powerball ticket*

Sharkey said...

Hawaii. I know that sounds so cliche, but it's true. First, a few days on Waikiki. JP loves it because of the Japanese influence--he can get all kinds of yummy food.

Then we'd fly to another island, but not sure which one. Oh wait--you said time and money weren't factors, right? Heck, then we'd go to all the other islands, and we'd kayak, snorkel, take helicopter tours, and just explore and enjoy ourselves until we got tired of it and were ready to take our first-class flight back home.

Nilbo said...

Hmmm ... excellent question. Myself, I want to go somewhere warm ... and spend all day just relaxing my brains out.

Bone Machine said...

Anywhere but here and on the way out the door, both middle fingers would be extended and available for viewing for all co-workers and anyone in my escape route.

eclectic said...

I would make a studio album in collaboration with other interested -- and interesting -- musicians, and then I'd sell the album as a fund-raiser for educators. I think teachers do amazing things each and every day, and I don't think they receive enough financial thanks for doing so.

Amy said...

Somewhere lovely and warm, with my whole family and any friends who want to go. One of those resorts with a pool bar. And kids programs.

Candace said...

Everywhere and everything.

Doug said...

I'd buy me an island in the tropics or semi tropics having a peace loving population, have a house built, join whatever groups that were interesting, and Heather and I, being the owners would probably stay there forever.

Especially considering I could be and would be in touch with all my cyber friends and relatives.

And of course our property would have a huge guest house to accomodate all you all !

WILLIAM said...

I would go and visit all my favorite bloggers.

Laura said...

Unlimited funds? I'd buy my own plane, hire a pilot and start traveling. Where? my list of places is too long for the comment section. ;) Afterwards, I'd buy florida and kick all developers out.

Kat said...

I would take a cruise to/from every destination possible and see the world! Nothing is more relaxing than being on a ship with a spa and unlimited food, there's entertainment for the kiddies on their own, entertainment for the adults on their own and plenty of family time in between touring the fabulous destinations!

Christie said...

Italy

And the moon

Susie said...

Not to sound all pathetic, but even when I try to think like this, I feel so awful, it pisses me off that I wouldn't be able to enjoy any of my dream vacations. BUT. If we also add to the three "givens,"
"and you feel terrific..." well, then . . . I would go to England. Greece. New Zealand -- not for me, but because my peeps really want to, and I have some stops to make in the U.S., too. Michigan, Illinois, Colorado, Texas, Washington state, Florida . . . you catch my drift? Canada, too, a few different places there. Cheez, I'd better get better. I have places to go and people to see.

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