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  1. Tanja
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    Thanks for the interesting post, Lane. I am with you that I prefer the quieter spots to visit. You sort of ‘have to’ have seen the big monuments, but you get a better feel of the place when visiting out of the way spots. Quiet villages with everyday life is more inspiring.

  2. Purple Reader
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    Thanks for the tour. I like to travel, too, but don’t get to as much. That’s why, and I’m not different than many, I like books that take me places, or even to a different time. Even when traveling I liked to absorb the culture and surroundings, and if a book can take me there, that’s much appreciated. What’s your favorite place you’ve traveled to that you have set in one of your books?

  3. 16forward
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    I love to travel…and always discover something new…especially if it’s through the lens of a camera. It seems I can filter out so much and focus on a single aspect of a place. I love to watch people and imagine their lives…where they live, what kind of a job they have, who they have waiting at home for the…if anyone. I never write these ideas down and admire those of you, who do!

  4. Trix
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    Sigh, miss London so much! I love traveling, but traffic and expenses make me go places that are fairly close most of the time. Thankfully, San Francisco, the Monterey Bay and even San Jose have a lot of cultural experiences I can enjoy!

  5. H.B.
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    Thank you for the post. I’m not really one to travel being more of a homebody. I find that the one or two times I have gone on vacation with my family I miss home terribly by the second day. I do love hearing about peoples travels though.


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