I think we all have bucket (or to-do lists), whether they’re in our head or written down. Some of us may have them more as a wish list rather than a list that we’ll actually cross off. I intend to visit every single one of mine (and document them here, of course). There are many places that I’d love to visit, but these are the destinations at the top of my list. Without further ado, here is my travel bucket list in no particular order.My Top 5 Travel Bucket List destinations Click To Tweet
Germany, Ireland, and France
I have wanted to visit these three countries for as long as I can remember. My ancestors came from all three of these countries (though I should send a swab to Ancestry or 23andMe to find out where else my people come from). I don’t have a lot of info on where exactly previous generations of family members originate from. My cousin has found out a little bit of information from doing research on Ancestry’s website, so that’d be a good place to start. I know for certain that my maternal great-grandmother came from France. My great-grandfather brought her back with him after the war.
Ideally, I’d like to spend at least a week in each country. I really want to go to the Christmas markets in Germany. I’ve read that Ireland is beautiful in the fall. Is there ever a bad time to go to France?
I first saw a picture of Bora Bora in a calendar in Barnes & Noble as a teenager. I’ve wanted to go since then. I always thought it would be the perfect honeymoon destination (just like many others, but have you seen it?).
This has been a more recent addition to my travel bucket list. I’ve always thought it was beautiful. Over the last couple years, I’ve thought more about going. In fact, I’d like to see them for all the places where the Northern Lights can be viewed. That’s a whole lot of places, but it’s a task I’d like to take on. 🙂
I’ve been an avid baseball fan since I was 13. One of my biggest travel bucket list goals is to attend a game at every Major League ballpark. I’ve crossed 3 off my list; 29 more to go.
Like many, I’ve wanted to visit New Zealand since watching the Lord of the Rings trilogy. It’s absolutely stunning! Luckily, fans of the movie can visit Hobbiton to see where the movies were filmed.
And there you have it. There’s so many places that I’d love to travel to, but I definitely want to make all of these destinations happen. What destinations are on your travel bucket list? Have you crossed of any destinations yet?
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