Good vacation spots?

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by silky17, Oct 23, 2005.

  1. silky17

    silky17 New Member

    Thought I might pick your guys brain. Does anyone know of some great vacations they have been on? I am hoping to find tours of old victorian homes or just unique looking old homes?

    Don't know when I will go but it is something to work for.

  2. jennypee

    jennypee New Member

    One of my best vacations was San Francisco. Lots of pretty houses and places to explore. I really liked wandering around the Winchester Mansion-- it's not far from San Francisco. And Alcatraz and the art museum were fun.

    CATHYRG New Member

    not knowing how far you want to go or where your at i would suggest savannah,georgia,on the other hand, the river towns usually have alot of onviance with the older victorian homes. have fun. cathy
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  4. ksp56

    ksp56 Member

    All of the places mentioned are beautiful.

    Another suggestion is Richmond, VA. I think it is one of the most beautiful southern cities. It is very historical with plantation homes, and has many of the older homes.

    Just my two cents!

    No matter where you choose, have a great time!

  5. silky17

    silky17 New Member

    Once again you all come through. I do hope to do this someday in the near future. Thanks again

  6. Tinkrbel

    Tinkrbel New Member

    Cape May New Jersey, it's just a short ride south of Alantic City. They have many cute Bed and Breakfasts there and some of the most beautiful historical homes.

    Hope this is helpful.

  7. LittleBluestem

    LittleBluestem New Member

    Ashville has the stunning Biltmore Estate and a historic old hotel that I can't remember the name of, as well as a variety of other historic buildings. It is located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.

    Boston has loads of history and is located on the coast. When I was there several years ago, I stayed in a Bed and Breakfast in the historic district. The prices there were high.
  8. JLH

    JLH New Member

    Oh to be so lucky to take a vacation! My husband and I have only been on 1 vacation in our nearly 35 years of marriage. We could never leave the farm--someone always had to be here to feed the cattle, and there was always too much to do in the good weather months.

    Now my husband has slowed down in his farming and could probably find time, but I am not physically able--my total health has declined so, that I would be a pain in the butt to fool with because I would have to take my wheelchair and that would limit on what we could do.

    So, we will probably never take another one.


    CATHYRG New Member

    hi, i have enjoyed door county,it reminds me of the cape/martha's vineyard in the east. very beautiful. cathy
  10. rosed2

    rosed2 New Member

    vacation that I can enjoy without having alot of pain is a cruise. They are really cheap and everything is right there for you to enjoy.

    All the food you could want, room service and all kinds of shows even a casino. Everything is included in your price except drinks and the casino.

  11. nonnie1967

    nonnie1967 New Member

    is a beautiful, awesome place to visit in the summertime. It is located in the Straits of Mackinac between the Upper and Lower Peninsulas. It is unspoiled by motor cars - none are allowed except for emergency vehicles. You get there by ferry from Mackinaw City or St. Ignace. Once there, you get around by walking, bicycling, horseback and horse-drawn carriage.

    Obviously, for people with FMS/CFS, a lot of walking may not be an option. Bicycles and horses are available for rental. Personally, I recommend the carriage tour. You get to see many historic sites dating back to the War of 1812 and even earlier. There are many lovely homes from the 1800's and early 1900's. And, of course, there are many gift shops and fudge shops!

    If you have ever seen the movie "Somewhere in Time" with Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour, you should know that most of it was filmed right there on Mackinac Island. :)
  12. hurts2003

    hurts2003 New Member

    It isn't that far of a drive to visit Charleston and Savannah. They're only an hour or so drive between the 2 cities. They are both beautiful places to see and a lot to do. Charleston also has the old slave markets - it's like an open air flea market where you can buy you sweet grass baskets from. It is really neat to acctually be able to watch the ladies make them.

    I'm only about 75 miles west from Charleston and about the same north of Savannah. Charleston was even on 'the Amazing Race' week before last.

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