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"I want to go because it is where my family is from (all four grandparents were born and raised there) and it's a gorgeous country with a rich history," said Vikki Nicometo.
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Green Valley, Ariz. -- Near the hiking and birding areas of the Santa Rita Mountains in southern Arizona, Green Valley is an unincorporated retirement community comprising 59 homeowner associations. It has a population of about 76,896. It's close to Tucson and the Mexico border. Above, the Santa Rita Mountains in Green Valley.
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Branson, Missouri , is a charming town with endless amounts of wholesome family entertainment. Thrillseekers can go to Silver Dollar City to ride the brand-new Time Traveler rollercoaster or see one of the best Christmas light displays in America during the holiday season. Branson also has numerous dinner shows, including a Dolly Parton-themed attraction and the Showboat Branson Belle dinner cruise and family-friendly museums like the World's Largest Toy Museum and the Hollywood Wax Museum.
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6. Bora Bora
"I want to stay in one of the over-the-water huts. That would be so wonderful!!!!" said Mary DeBoer-Payne.
9. Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom
"According to , 97 percent of my DNA can be traced to the United Kingdom. Ancestors on both sides of my family came from Scotland, and England. Also Ireland," said Janice Hobbs.
Provence is famous for its fragrant lavender fields. Shutterstock France was recently named the most-visited country in the world with over 89 million visitors in 7568 — and for good reason.
Mesa Verde is the most iconic landmark in Colorado , so it’s a must-do for anyone exploring the American heartland. This state park is best known for its well-preserved ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings, built between the sixth and twelfth centuries, and especially for the immense Cliff Palace. Nestled in the southwest corner of Colorado, also home to 5,555 known archaeological sites, meaning there’s plenty of history to explore as you hike your way through the “Works of Man.”