I'm in Peterborough!
Somebody has to be
I know what you mean, about looking at European destinations, but it isn't easy when you're just drawn back to the US! Or is this just me?
It is a bit of a challenge that I'm having to get used to as living on a fixed income starts to beckon. There are still one or two US adventures I'd like to do (never been to the Florida Keys, or New Orleans) which we should be able to finance in part with miles, and I'd still go back to NYC at the drop of a hat, but increasingly I'm now getting used to the idea of the less grand - but possibly more frequent - trips to Europe, though some parts are eye wateringly expensive. A key here is the possession of a Priority Pass card
Also #1 son's experiences in Vietnam / Cambodia / Sri Lanka suggest that heading that way can be tremendous value, and even with the exchange rate to the rand having worsened considerably since we went to South Africa last year I'd still be tempted to return there.
And for our summer spot we have chosen...Edinburgh, with a side order of Glasgow. Umbrellas ahoy!