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Going on a cruise? Traveling cross country, or around the world? Moving to a new town? Want to meet like-minded folks, or just need recommendations about sights to see, places to stay, etc? Let us know where you're headed!

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RV Travel Group

Started by Gerald Bunting-Blake Nov 8, 2012. 0 Replies

We are looking for a RV traveling group with shared values.  Not necessarily atheist but one not promoting any particular agenda e.g. prayers at shared meals, etc.  Does anyone have any knowledge or…Continue

Colorado Trip

Started by Kayla Raine Sep 12, 2012. 0 Replies

Hi All!  I'm flying to Durango, CO and headed to Mesa Verda National Park and Telluride next week.  Anyone know of any must-see things at either location or along the way?Continue

Hiking Route 50 this summer

Started by diane sholly May 25, 2012. 0 Replies

  My friends and I are planning to hike route 50 from Virginia to Ohio. Any suggestions of places to camp, eat and see along the way would be greatly appreciated.Continue

What did you do this Summer?

Started by The Big Blue Frog. Last reply by The Big Blue Frog Jun 21, 2011. 7 Replies

It looks like Atheist Travel is one of the fastest growing groups on Atheist Nexus. As our membership grows, the likelyhood of there being new and interesting ideas and information that YOU can…Continue

Things to do along I-70 from Dayton, OH to Kansas City

Started by Grace Fitzpatrick. Last reply by Grace Fitzpatrick Nov 16, 2010. 9 Replies

We are moving back to Kansas soon taking I-70 across Middle America.  We are planning on stopping in Dayton to see the Air and Space Museum.  My daughter gets car sick, so we are planning on lots of…Continue

Suggestions for resources?

Started by The Big Blue Frog. Last reply by Auzauviir Oct 17, 2010. 7 Replies

I'm looking for some links to resources that atheists might find useful for travel. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Atheist's New York?

Started by Sarah Walton. Last reply by Sarah Walton Oct 8, 2010. 4 Replies

Is there an atheist or secular humanist points of interest guide to New York City? We decided to forgo our trip to Maine in favor of going to NYC for a couple days (Oct.24-26).Come to think of it, is…Continue

Tags: humanist, atheist, york, new

New Haven, CT area suggestions?

Started by Sarah Walton Sep 23, 2010. 0 Replies

Hi everyone!My husband and I will be in New Haven, CT at the end of October. He is willing to drive as far north as Maine, where we have a house to stay at, and as far south as New York City, but he…Continue

Tags: City, Maine, York, New, Connecticut

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Comment by Tom Harris on October 21, 2010 at 7:37am
Sicile - I really enjoyed the northwest of Ireland, especially up in Connemara and into Counties Sligo and Donegal. It's a whole different world than the green, pastoral SE, more rugged and wild.
Comment by Sicile on October 20, 2010 at 3:44pm
just bought my ticket to ireland for spring break. 2nd trip there - fell in love with it the first time as I went around the southern part - thinking about attempting the northern section this time. Any suggestions - Jack (butler) you have any info?
Comment by Prog Rock Girl on October 9, 2010 at 12:01am
Sorry for joining this group late! I didn't travel much in my first 20 years, but that made me appreciate it all the more!
Comment by Joe Eversole on August 9, 2010 at 9:13pm
Thanks for the invite Grundgetta. My wife and I just returned from a very nice vacation to Colorado. I must say that i was so impressed with the rocky mountain way of living. Its very laid back with a non judgmental attitude towards things such as sexual preference or religion.

If you are visiting, make sure an sample the wonderful assortment of micro-brews. From stouts to IPA's, there is a beer out there for you to enjoy. Just remember that the higher elevation makes your beer have a stronger kick than you might be used to.
Comment by The Big Blue Frog on July 26, 2010 at 3:42pm
Jack, that's exactly what this group is for! It's not just about meeting up with people. It's also about getting reviews from rational folk about popular destinations.

Speaking of which, I took a 7-day cruise in April on Carnival Cruise Line out of Tampa, Florida to Grand Cayman; Cozumel, Mexico; Belize City, Belize and Isla Roatan, Honduras. If anyone's looking at travel in the Western Caribbean, I have been there.
Comment by Jack Butler on July 26, 2010 at 3:13pm
Hi All,
Maybe this is not what this page is about, but if any of you want personal recommendations about places I've been to MORE THAN ONCE and have a reasonable knowledge of, feel free to ask.
Currently I feel able to give advice on travel in Ireland, France (Paris, Brittany, Normandy, the Dordogne), Netherlands (mainly Amsterdam), Belguim (Brussels, Bruges) Spain (Costa del Sol, Costa Brave) UK (London, Liverpool, Wales), Germany (Berlin, Cologne).
Perhaps this is not the purpose of this blog, if so, sorry.
However if it is, feel free to make contact
Comment by Al-KADIM on July 26, 2010 at 9:20am
The origin of the salute is interesting. It was chosen by Leonard Nimoy from the traditional hand gesture used in priestly blessings from religious Jewish services. They do it with both hands though.
Comment by The Big Blue Frog on July 26, 2010 at 8:46am
Susan, the actress who played Spock's grandmother couldn't do the salute either. They had to tape her fingers together.
Comment by Susan Stanko on July 24, 2010 at 8:13am
I could never figure out how to do the Vulan salute.
Comment by Dale on July 24, 2010 at 12:53am
I generally just enjoy pretending I am Vulcan.
 

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