Not Their Best Vacations… (30 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       31 Mar 2020       4953       3 GALLERY VIEW

My First Time Visiting The Grand Canyon And This Happened

My Moms First Time Visiting Paris

Woke Up At 2.30am To Make A 2 Hour Drive Up 10000 Feet To See The Sunrise Atop Haleakala. Have You Ever Seen Such Beauty?

120 Mile Solo Hike. Asked An Elderly Passerby To Take A Photo For Me

I checked it right away but he struggled enough with the touch screen that I didn't ask him to take another. I think I was walking toward him to help him with the camera and CLICK. Too late. He was such a nice old man as well. He put so much effort in to trying to work that touch screen. Bless.


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This Photo My Dad Took Of Me At Machu Picchu

A Friend Of Mine Traveled To Italy And Managed To Take A Picture Of The Leaning Tower Of Pisa That Doesn’t Show It Leaning

Wife And I Visited The Eiffel Tower For Our Honeymoon

Went To See The Taj Mahal This Morning


Hard-To-Obtain Permits For A 10 Mile Hike To See Havasupai Falls

The Day I Visited The Great Wall Of China

Go To The Golden Gate Bridge They Said. Get There Early They Said

To The Guys Who Finally Got To See The Golden Gate Bridge & The Grand Canyon: This Is My View Of Mount Fuji, Japan


My Friend Is On Vacation In Hawaii, And She Asked This Man To Take A Picture Of Her. He Told Her, “I Got A Close Up.” Bless This Man

I Was In New York For The First Time In My Life

My wife and I spent almost 10 hours on a plane, crossed the Atlantic Ocean and flew 7,500 kilometres. We climbed the top of the rock to enjoy a view of Central Park. We had only one day in New York and this view will always be with us.


Went To The Grand Canyon Today

Rented A Car And Took A 2-Hour Drive Outside Of Berlin To See Die Rakotzbrücke

Just to discover the water was drained and the whole area is under construction.



I Finally Got To See Big Ben

Went On Vacation And Paid Extra For A Room With A View Of The Mountains. The Snow Plow Ran Right Outside Our Window

Saw The Grand Canyon Today! 10/10 Would Come Again (So I Can Actually See It)

Hiked One Of Norway's Most Beautiful Trails For 3.5 Hours Through The Rain To Be Rewarded With This Stunning View


Visited St. Louis For The First Time And Was Told I Had To See The Famous Gateway Arch

The View From My 65th Floor “Grand Times Square View” Hotel Room

I Got To See The "Scenic" Grand Canyon In All Its Fog Glory. At Least I Have An Excuse To Come Back

10 Years Ago I Climbed The Volcano Of Bali "Mount Agung" 4 Am In The Morning To See The Beautiful Sunrise

It was the very end of a 9 months backpacking trip, and I skipped an important and beautiful scuba diving lesson to do it. I had to get up at 3 am for the drive to reach the base of the volcano. My best friend and only travel companion at the time was too lazy to join me, leaving me alone with a Balinese guide that knew not a word of English.

We reached the end of the road at around halfway up the volcano with ~1½ hours left of steep hiking on wet rugged rocks.

In silence, the monolingual guide and I accented, and the higher we went, the more I realised how grossly I had underestimated the freezing temperatures at the top of the volcano - Not wearing any jacket at all.

We finally reached the top 15 minutes before the sunrise, inside a dense and moist cloud, giving us with a visibility of 5-10 meters (16-32 feet) and our cloth and skin utterly soaked.



After Several Hours Of Walking, I Was Awarded With This Magnificent View From The Pulpit Rock, Norway

Travelled 2,000+ Miles To Mt. Rushmore. It Is What It Is, I Guess

Traveled 4000 Miles From The USA To Ireland To See The Cliffs Of Moher

Visited Mount Fuji For The First Time. The View Was Magnificent


My View Of The Mountain I Trecked About 15 Hours To See

4 Years Ago. Grand Canyon Fog



Cream 3 year s ago
#3 Can't complain too much about being on Maui, but... my trip to Haleakala: same fog; massive crippling headache from the drive up; bee sting on my ear, under my helmet (biking down); bee sting reaction spread to both ears and throat over the next couple of *weeks*. ...But the 500-year storm which preceded it, and which took out roads, closed schools, and left us housebound in 100+-degree heat and humidity most of the first half was worse (Autumn '02). However... when the storm passed, it was the most beautiful place I've ever seen, and I've been to some of the most beautiful places in the world. So I got over it.
Different 3 year s ago
#17 No you didn't. Big Ben is a bell. That there is Elizabeth Tower undergoing restoration.
Court 3 year s ago
most of these are people visiting way to early in the morning before the fog dissipated.




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