Ultimate Vacation

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What is my ultimate vacation?  Now if you ask me what my ultimate family trip is my answer would be different.  Vacation to me is consists of a few R’s: rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation.  It also contains no rules, responsibility, or my rascals.  I love my kids dearly.  But taking them with is called a “family trip” not a vacation.  There is a time and a place for both for sure and we make sure to do both yearly.

My ultimate vacation would probably include my husband, myself and our closest friends (or maybe my favorite cousins) on an 18 day Mediterranean Cruise. Of course we would not have an interior stateroom like we usually do, but rather we would be upgraded to a balcony suite. We wouldn’t need to fly to get there we would be teleported there..no delayed flights or jet lag.  They said they wanted my ultimate vacation…so I can include impossibilities, right? Great Britain & Mediterranean Cruise Map

Spain, Italy, France, England, and Portugal please.  Just to say I have experienced a little bit of their cultures would be amazing.  This would probably cost around $15,000 to do.  So yes…it is in my dreams. :-)

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  • Ann Marie @ Twice Lovely

    Oooh! Can I come?!?! My husband has lived in both Spain and Italy, so he could be our interpreter. :) Sounds like a good time to me too.

  • Amanda @ Serenity Now

    Can I pretend to be your cousin? ;)

  • tomiannie

    Hahaha! I LOVE how you distinguish between a family trip and an actual vacation — I couldn't agree more!

  • Fancylooks

    I see in the map that you will pass by the nothwest of Spain, and not stopping there. You cannot imagine what you will miss… green landscapes, beautiful and virgin beaches, the best food in Spain and the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela where the pilgrims go to… it is a pitty people from most countries only consider Spain as Madrid-Andalusia-Barcelona… there is so much to see.

  • Mom in High Heels

    I don't know how I missed this post. That cruise sounds fabulous! We did an 11 night Disney Med. cruise this past May and it was AMAZING. We do a lot of traveling and touring, but that was a true vacation. Loads of relaxing. I hope you get to do one someday.