Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by BennyMuso, Jan 9, 2019.
He do 'roids too?
It would likely be one of our low key vacations vs the kind where we trek across Europe or Ukraine for 2 weeks and I need a vacation from vacation.
I'd like to start doing the big trips every other year and 2 smaller trips the other
Is that Frankfurt?
the most impressive place i've seen. The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona:
You could be looking at my house in that pic.
I am 1KM door to door from the brewery. I can see the sky bar from my attic window.
I've spent a lot of money on other things recently and also have a full work schedule over the next few years. I also want to visit places that I haven't been before returning to any one place.
Did you turn around at Hana or make the complete circle? I'm thinking about going all the way around in June. We turned around at Hana last time.
Go during Fantasy Fest. You'll thank me.
I don't think that I could handle that.
It was a blast. That was me and my wife's first foray into that sort of thing. We got bodypainted as Jack and Sally from the Nightmare Before Christmas and spent the day like that. Got tons of attention. It was that trip that made my wife think we should try Desire Pearl. Trip #5 is in May. Fantasy Fest would be far too tame for us at this point.
That is indeed Frankfurt, I know you know it well.
I've never been to the Sagrada Familia but I would definitely like to see it and learn more about what it looks like a two churches stuck together and why half appears to be melting.
The Corn Palace
St Louis arch...only because I got a killer BJ there once.
Quinta De Regaleira....it was way on top of the bucket list. I had photos of the initiation well as my desktop background for years and finally go to experience it in person. It was a magical day for me.
Was just there in September. Very cool building.
I went all the way around. Clockwise. Because the thought of being on the outside lane coming back along those cliffs gave me the willies. Here's the road if you keep heading around the south end of the island. It gets a lot better once you hit the lava flow fields.
details? can you buy corn based goodies inside?
The Thomas Edison National Park in NJ is the most underrated historic site I have ever been too.
It is a National Park not a museum. They froze Edison's workshops - barely anything is altered. You actually think he could walk through a door and greet you. All the machines can still work. It's like stepping back in time.