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Holiday Destinations

Just being nosey but what's peoples favourite holiday destination in this country (UK not england, scotland, wales or northern ireland if that makes sense) and abroad.

For Me:

In This Country: Muirhead, near glasgow.
Reason: Have family there 15mins on the bus from glasgow city centre; great little confectionary / ice cream shop mmmmmmmmmmm honeycombe sensation.

Abroad: Stuck between Kefalonia and Florida
Reason:
1) Kefalonia: great food, not too commercialised (yet), locals very friendly.
2) Florida: Lots of fun, plenty to do and eat.

Also anyone got any good suggestions for restaurants and things to do near englewood on the west coast of florida as I am off there on holiday on 4th July of all days!
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Erm, you seriously want a resturaunt in the US on the 4th of July? I hope you mean next year.

It's kinda a large holiday then.

As for holidays, my favourate places have to be pretty much the whole of North Wales. No one part of it is of any interest, although Snowdon does seemt o be my favourate spot right now.

As for abroad, I couldn't say. I havn't been out of the UK in 10 years and it's not something I remember too much.
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Not nesscercarilly for the 4th that will depend on how tired we are 10 hour flights aint easy! I dread to think what a flight to oz is like and I like flying!
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O.k. bit bored so I thought I would boost this thread - and my post count! Has anyone been to the "flying bridge 2" in englewood florida - you can tell I'm excited.
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Favourite UK, walking the South Cornish coast, arround Dirdle Door in particular, out of season of course! Outside the UK the Cape area of South Africa, the wine is paricularly rewarding. For fascination then Egypt the land of the Pharoes.
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I tend to like most places in Scotland, although Yorkshire's quite nice too Smiley
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Colin wrote
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Yorkshire's quite nice

Sounds like a man from Lancashire damning with faint praise! :lol:
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You cant beat the Golden Coral Resterants in Florida for food! All you can eat! Real American! Everytime I go, (for some reason) I have mash potatoes, noodles, apple source and gravy. Even though there is all types of food there. Its a propper "Nutty Proffessor Familly Style" Place
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They're not anything like Ponderosa are they? :roll:
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lol, well.... they are simila lol, but the golden coral is way better!
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Kinda guessed! Just found their website http://www.goldencorral.net/
Ever been to IHOP? mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm pancakes drool
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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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lol, i think ive been once. Best thing about florida is all the choclate milk. I could drink it all day
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I like the fridges - but I guess you'd get them anywhere in the US