Document 7.8: Dream Getaway

"He seemed to be lost in his own thoughts," said the bartender. "He told me lately he'd had fantasies of getting away from it all. It seemed like he'd read too many travel guides to me. Couldn't quite decide where to go. He kept adding destinations to his list. Sun, sand, scenery...he wanted it all. Finding that kind of place, though--that'd sure be some trick."

A beautiful birdwatching spot on Cape Ann, as featured in a local birding journal in October 2001

A gathering space in Swansea, Wales that provides a focal point for the city, featuring live music and entertainment on summer days

A prime snorkeling spot in the fjords of Arabia

A quiet Indianapolis neighborhood bordered by Edgewood Road on the south, Gray Road and Sherman Drive on the east, Keystone on the west, and I-465 on the north

A small seaport community in the Bronx surrounded by the Long Island Sound and Eastchester Bay

Archeological site at Cullompton, Devon, UK believed to be remnants of a Roman military camp

Boutique retail district in the heart of downtown in Nevada's capital city

Charlestown park bordered by a famous English restaurant

Community north of the holiday town of Port Macquarie on the beautiful mid-north coast of New South Wales

Florida panhandle coastal area that gave its name to an endangered species of mouse

Ghost town also known as Melones on the Mother Lode belt in Calaveras County

Harney County, Oregon, summit 43118-E6

Historic park and symbolic gathering place in a planned city founded in 1913

North Carolina estuary site named after an environmental activist

Pristine Alaskan territory in the Stikine River, 15 miles Northeast of Wrangell

Quaint seaside resort in the heart of Hua Hin, Thailand

Remote Tasmanian seashore at 40° 25' S 144° 52' E

Rocky basin in New Zealand popular for climbing and bouldering

Scenic New Jersey site, named for a glorious Victorian mansion, that now houses a technological university

Seaside location in Falmouth, Cornwall where visitors can climb up a foot path to Pendennis Point

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