Room Service (& Giveaway)

**updated with winner below!**
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Back in November, a lovely woman named Christina contacted me via The Four Seasons and asked if I was interested in staycationing at their Beverly Hills location, in exchange for a contribution to their website. Hell yes, I was interested! There is nothing I love more than spooning in comfortable beds with my fam followed by hour long baths with Bvlgari products.

Unfortunately, as it so happens during the holiday season, we were unable to find a weekend that worked for all of us. I asked if Christina would be willing to raincheck for April/New York -- a trip we had had in the works since last summer. She kindly agreed to comp us for one night and discount our rate for the remainder of our stay (this way we were able to afford to stay all three nights here at the hotel). So far it's been worth every penny and in the words of Archer, "I'd be open-minded to the possibility of moving here."
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...Says the child, who is welcomed to his new hotel room with fresh fruit, milk and cookies, and sponges spelling his name in the bathroom.
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Archer being Archer
...Not to mention a bed covered with board games, stuffed animals for Fable and quite possibly the most comfortable bed of all time.
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bear kiss
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For the record, I concur.
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So does Fable.
Fable being Fable
I love this one
And Hal.
dance DANCE!
dance DANCE DAAANNNCE!
And the womb-mates, who are nodding in unison as I type this in my a robe and slippers, while my children sleep soundly giggle under their covers beside me.

"Go to bed, kids. It's a zillion o'clock!"

Oh, whatever. It's vacation. (Until we leave tomorrow! Sob!)
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P.S. Tiny robe.
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P.P.S. Eggs Florentine in bed.
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Thanks Christina, Tiffani & Four Seasons, New York. You rock our world(s).
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... Annnnd they rock your world, too. Becaaaaaause they've offered to give one of you a $500 voucher to experience The Four Seasons (any location) with your fam. Or friends, lover(s), self, etc... To win? Tell me about a memorable trip you've taken in your life, or one you'd like to take someday. I'll pick one winner via random.org next Friday and announced Monday, May 2nd. (You can browse The Four Seasons' family travel blog, Have Family, Will Travel, here, which I'll be contributing to in the upcoming weeks.) Good luck and thanks again to The Four Seasons for your generosity, kindness and welcome. We love you, goodnight!
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Congratulations to random.org winner, #479 Erin!
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Enjoy your voucher, lady and thanks to everyone for participating, including The Four Seasons hotel(s)! Lets do one of these again soon, yeah?

GGC

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leeshka | 6:11 PM

My most memorable trip was when I was a young whelp of 19 - a girlfriend and I decided that we were going to New Orleans, thank you very much, and we were going to do it on the fly. We ended up staying with some boys that we met in an IRC chatroom (nice boys!), and had a great time. Of course, that was during the golden era of the mid-nineties, when things were safe.

Candace | 6:12 PM

I would have to say my trip to San Francisco with my mom when I was 16! I grew up in Colorado and had never been to a "big" city. San Fran blew my mind. Her company paid for a lavish hotel and all of our dinners. My mom being an ex-hippy took for a tour of her teenage stomping grounds. By far, best trip ever!

Philippa | 6:12 PM

omfg GORGEOUS rooms! I just got back (about three hours ago) from a Spring break in Chicago with my kids. And we drove there. From DC. It took two days each way. That was memorable!
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redheadreverie | 6:14 PM

Unfortunately, every single "vacation" involves dealing with family, which isn't much of a vacation with all the drama.

So, my dream vacation would be hanging with my boys just us, anywhere. Preferably some place warm in January when it's below zero here in Iowa.

Melanie | 6:20 PM

My favorite trip was to Beijing for the 2008 Olympics! The city was ALIVE and the energy of so many people from all over the world was like nothing I've ever experienced...your trip looks amazing!

alexis | 6:21 PM

Looks like a great time!

My most memorable trip was our vacation to India - our last hurrah as a couple before our first was born. I was 3 months pregnant at the time, and everything seemed a little brighter, a little louder, a little more vibrant. It was AMAZING.

amandabryce | 6:22 PM

Ahhh, my most memorable vacation. I've had a few! My honeymoon was amazing (yay for eloping in Cozumel!), but I think the one vacation I remember all the time was the trip I took with my best friend to the Outer Banks in NC. It was my first non-family vacation, and we were at the beach allll day long! Every time I smell the beach I am transported back to that time. So simple and carefree!

NodToStyle | 6:26 PM

one of my favorite trips was the cross country road trip my boyfriend and i took as we relocated from NYC to Portland. We had no deadline and took several months to get west. It was not only amazing to see so much of the country, but I cherish that time with my boyfriend.

Jen | 6:32 PM

My favorite trip was my honeymoon to St. Thomas. We met another couple on their honeymoon who got married the same day across the country from us, and we had a great time hanging out with them. (and without them!)

Abbe | 6:33 PM

Most memorable trip ... a road trip to the national parks of Cali and Arizona. It was during that trip we first said I love you; and soon after we decided this relationship was the one. We'd love to take another great trip - preferably one without tents.

sarah | 6:33 PM

For spring break the year I was in grad school, my college friends (who were still in college) and I took a road trip to Destin, FL, and stayed in one of our friend's mom's condos. We had beer for breakfast, laid on the beach all day, and cooked grand delicious feasts for dinner every day. It was the perfect end of college last chance bonding time.

And now, almost 10 years later, I would use the Four Seasons voucher to stay in New York after my best friend and college roommate has her first baby in August.

Anastasiya Ivanova | 6:36 PM

Wow, that looks like lots of fun. my fav vacation was in key west, fl with my husband and son. there is nothing better than key lime pie martini on the beach.

Christen | 6:38 PM

My most memorable trip was in Puerto Rico on my honeymoon two years ago. We stayed by the ocean and drank rum on the beach. It was fabulous.

Kristy | 6:45 PM

Most favorite trip ever was to Vietnam... Everything was just fascinating! So worth the long flights from NYC!

CO & O | 6:46 PM

Our most memorable trip was to a beach house in Delaware. Everything was so simple and nothing beats a fantastic place to stay!

Kristy | 6:46 PM

Vietnam was my most favorite trip! It had all of the great elements - great people, fascinating places to see, and wonderful native people to meet.

I would go back in a heartbeat to visit again; so worth the long flights from NYC!

That one girl | 6:48 PM

Dude, I would pay extra money to have Hungry Hungry Hippos in my room! Do they also have that stick game where you put all the marbles on top and pull one stick out at a time? What was the name of it?

Anyway, most memorable vacation was chartering a sail boat in the Virgin Islands. Love!

Lauren | 6:51 PM

Wow - this looks amazing! I hope the four of you are having the time of your lives!

My fiance and I are planning a honeymoon in Iceland! We're getting married in June and are finalizing the details now. I know it will be a trip to remember. We've talked about traveling our hearts out in the first few years of marriage before kids come along, so a free hotel would certainly come in handy!

Ona | 6:53 PM

5 weeks in Europe with my brand-new (like 2 months)boyfriend. We've been married 6 years now, with a 2 year old and another due any day. Lots of road trips since then, but nothing fancy - we could really use this hotel stay!

lia | 6:55 PM

I was just hours ago telling a fellow traveler who's planning a trip to Thailand about our trip to the Four Seasons elephant camp in Chiang Rai. It was OUT OF THIS WORLD. We travel a lot and this was beyond once in a lifetime, totally mindblowing. Four Seasons rocks!

Joan | 6:55 PM

Most memorable was St John, USVI. We stayed in eco-cabin for a week on the remote side of the island.. it was FABULOUS!

missmarymary | 6:58 PM

I think my most recent memorable trip was to North Dakota for a wedding. A place I never thought I'd go - but it turned out that I loved it. Best. Wedding. Trip. Ever.

Jen | 6:58 PM

My most memorable trip was just recently ....to San Diego, CA. We took our two boys, 8 and 3 on Spring Break to San Diego with my in-laws and it was a blast. The boys had so much fun running around in the ice cold water at the beach in La Jolla! There was so much to do...1 week was not enough time. My hubby and I felt like we could have spent 4 more days there because there were so many things we wanted to do!!!!

Sarah | 7:04 PM

The most memorable would be our (my husband and my) trip to NY/PA/Seattle extravaganza in the early Fall during which I got pregnant with my son. Where was he conceived? Somewhere in the US is all I can say...

Amy J | 7:11 PM

We've taken so many trips but one that was particularly magical was a trip that my husband and I took to NYC when I was pregnant with our first child. I was roughly seven and a half months pregnant. I had to wear Crocs because no other shoes would fit on my feet. We planned our days tracking from one bathroom to the next all over Manhattan, but we also had a fabulous time. We stayed with a dear old friend, and we were so excited about what was about to happen (parenthood) and also had absolutely no idea how life was about to change. It's such a great memory.

doahleigh | 7:22 PM

Oh fun! I need to see the Pacific northwest. I'd love to spend several nights our there!

J | 7:24 PM

The most memorable trip I have taken was a trip to Cancun with my husband. Luxurious accomodations with beautiful views with a good balance of nightlife. I'd love to go back!

mama buds | 7:31 PM

i would love love love to run the disney marathon in 2012. i know that sounds like the lamest vaca of all time but a marathon is a life list goal of mine and where else better to run it? disney is, after all, my happy place. so i get to cross one off and go ride space mountain. of course the fam would be there to root me on and join in on the magical shenanigans. in my heart, it doesnt get any better than that.

Pamela | 7:35 PM

Our best trip was a day trip out of Lhasa, Tibet to Namtso Lake. Namtso Lake is almost 4700m above sea level (>15000ft). The scenery was incredible, the yak butter tea was awful and the lack of oxygen made us positively dizzy. We felt so removed from everything and at the same time very connected to the whole wide world.

Kim | 7:40 PM

nothing exotic...a last minute road trip conceived with the help of my 5 year-old son.
we stayed in Ocean City NJ at a dive motel (a clean one, they totally exist) with a heated pool.
We ate Mack and Manco pizza and played games on the boardwalk. We wasted money on treats and toys and we played on the beach...jumped waves, collected sand crabs.
bliss.
last-minute bliss.

MadEnoughWorld | 7:40 PM

My most memorable getaway was a cruise with my parents. Of all the neat places we went (around te caribbean) my most vivid memory is of lobster thermador. Oooopps. But yum. Major yum before calorie counting. And I guess the island breeze, swimmiong, snorkeling, didnt hurt!@

JJ | 7:41 PM

I live taking our family to Chicago, but I really desire a trio to the ocean. I'm beginning to think my daughter doesn't believe that it's real :)

Lin | 7:46 PM

How WONDERFUL this hotel looks! I didn't even imagine such a wonderful place existed! Would love to take my family there. :)

My most memorable vacation was 7 weeks in Thailand with my husband, pre-baby. We swam, kayaked, rode elephants, slept in floating bamboo bungalows, and lounged in hammocks. I can't wait to go back and experience it again with my daughter!

Glad to see you're enjoying NYC. Wishing you a smooth trip home!

Punk Rock Mom | 7:46 PM

My most memorable trip was the summer I spent studying abroad in Cuernavaca, Mexico. It was my first time out of the country and first time away from my parent for a significant amount of time. I was so scared and excited I cried the entire flight. It was an amazing trip that gave me strength and confidence and an appreciation for life and my culture.

Lucas, Amber, Levi, and Milo | 7:52 PM

Definitely the trip my husband and I took to South Africa. It was amazing. It changed everything- when we arrived it was just the two of us. When we got home, we were expecting our son.

elvis | 7:58 PM

Like others here that have posted, I'm dreaming of the day my husband and I can have a proper honeymoon. We were both working when we eloped and had to return to LA and get back to our jobs. We want to go back to Vancouver someday as it is our favorite city.

Danica | 8:04 PM

The best & most memorable trip I ever took was to England in 2002. I met up with some friends to attend the Reading & Leeds festivals to see The Strokes, The White Stripes, Pulp and Interpol. Best time of my life.

Yoga Susie | 8:10 PM

My best friend and I are currently planning our vacation for summer 2012. It will mark 20 years of friendship for us and we want to make it memorable! We've narrowed it down to a cruise, a tour around wine country or a shopping expedition in New York. I'd love to stay at the Four Seasons wherever we end up!

One Love Mama | 8:11 PM

My Hubby & I never got to take a honeymoon. We've actually never even stayed in a hotel together, this would be awesome & just what we need right now.

colette | 8:13 PM

Most memorable trip was to Rome :)

Second was Croatia.

Would love to go back....

Spicy Sister | 8:16 PM

Our first true vacation as a family: a train ride up into the mountains, through the changing Aspens, walks along a river, sunlight in the orange leaves, cave exploring, sitting in cafes, swimming in hot springs, wine and chocolate after our little guy was fast asleep....perfect.

alyce | 8:18 PM

My husband and I never got a real honeymoon. One night in a hotel because I was teaching and didn't plan the wedding around a vacation. What was I thinking?! It's our anniversary May 1. This would be suhweet.

Lacy | 8:20 PM

Most memorable would be Rome on New Year's eve. Best night ever.

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Claire Caudle | 8:29 PM

I am on a memorable trip at this very moment. My family and I (husband, 3 year old and 5 month old) are living in a 1986 chevy campervan cruising the west coast. We could really use $500 of Four Seasons right now.

Dear Mason... | 8:33 PM

Most memorable trip... Vegas, 4 years ago... My then boyfriend would become my now husband with our little growing in my tummy...

didi | 8:44 PM

Four Seasons, you rock!

Annual trip to Florida...getting to watch the kiddos discover the marvelous ocean's glory.

Easter blessings to you and your beautiful family!

Ray | 8:45 PM

OHMYGOD! APRIL 29TH IS MY BIRTHDAY!!! HOW COOL WOULD IT BE IF I WON?!

Okay (back to regular caps now):

A trip that I hope will be incredibly memorable is: A 10-day trip to Japan on June 10th, 2013, that my cousin Victoria and I are planning. I just now it's going to be awesome.

P.S. Archer us New Yorkers would love it if you and your family made your residence in New York. ;D

dawn | 8:52 PM

most memorable to date is the pre-wedding honeymoon i took with my husband and late boxer dog maia. a slow drive up the california coast with no real plans just hanging out with those i love.

Mel | 9:01 PM

Omg, what an amazing opportunity! Big ups to the four seasons for providing such a great offer... I went to NJ for a business trip & crossed the bridge to NYC because I'd never been & it was simply magical. The hussel/bustle/movement/life & vibrancy was breath taking! Needless to say an actual vacation to NYC would be a dream vacay!!!

My best vacation to date was taking my (then) 4 year old son to Disney (FL) I'd never been before either (had my son@ 18 worked, went to school & it never stops {meaning I don't get nor can afford to vacation}) and it truly is a magic kingdom!!!

Cait | 9:09 PM

Trekking through the MIddle East last summer, where I completely fell for Israel, especially the Galilee area. It was me, my husband, my almost-year-old babe and a bunch of college students. It was exhausting, and I don't think I'd want to do it over at the same pace, but I look back on it fondly now!

johnmayersquare | 9:11 PM

Wow! Good stuff! I love nice hotels!!! I would have to say our recent family trip to Disneyland was awesome! As the kids are getting older and older, we only have a few more years to take trips with them before college, snif, snif ;(

Sarah K-G | 9:12 PM

My most memorable trip was when my husband and I went to Istanbul for my friend's wedding. She and I have been friends since first grade, and it was a magical trip full of LOTS of new-to-us culture! :)

Cara | 9:12 PM

Honeymoon to Rio and Buenos Aires! The Rio hotel was totaly over the top and somewhere we'd never be able to stay ever again. Let's just say our cement platform bed had a fringe canopy and 120 degree views of the ocean. Oh, and two bathrooms. Obvi.

hanguptheheels.com | 9:49 PM

My most memorable trip was to Oahu, Hawaii with my husband right after we found out I was pregnant with our daughter (our first!). It was beautiful and relaxing despite my crazy morning sickness. It was our perfect "babymoon".

A. | 9:52 PM

I am planning a memorable trip to italy this summer!

colleen jane | 10:03 PM

My favorite getaways were always my trips to summer camp as a kid. The accommodations were horrible but the memories were fantastic!

GypsyDG | 10:12 PM

the most memorable vacation ive had was with my family for our daughters 4th birthday. We traveled to Whistler to see a band called String Cheese incident and spent 4 glorious days up there in family heaven...sadly it was the last vacation we ended up being able to afford. Our daughter is now fourteen and life has been a series of events that has led us to paying the bills-sliding by one paycheck at a time.

sluice | 10:18 PM

Next year I'll be going to Paris for my honeymoon. I can't wait for that city to rock my face off.

Lauren E. E. | 10:23 PM

Our honeymoon to Egypt and Jordan. It was filled with unforgettable moments. I can't wait to share my love of travel with our kids.

nmg915 | 10:24 PM

Best trip ever was our honeymoon in Italy. We were on a tight budget, but we ate great food and met some fabulous people. Enjoy the last of your vacation!

Janette Z | 10:28 PM

Our most memorable trip would be a rather impulsive getaway we took to Phoenix to see a metal show. It happened this way: Gigantour was touring with 3 of our fave bands, but they weren't coming to Texas, so we bought tickets to the nearest city, and then we realized we had to find a way to get there and a place to stay. We ended up getting a great deal on airfare and an amazing hotel. The show was awesome, and luckily, so were the accommodations. We have yet to be so lucky. Or stupid.

Heather | 10:31 PM

To the Breton coast of France with my husband. It was AWESOME. We ate soup de poisson and ate seafood every night with cider. And oddly enough, I saw the movie Roadhouse (w/ french subtitles) for the first time in our room at the inn. And one night, after too much to drink, I told our cab driver to take us to the Hotel de Chausettes(socks) instead of the hotel de Charmettes. So much fun!!!

selima | 10:37 PM

When I was 18 I went to Japan with my mom and two sisters. I was born there but hadn't been back since I was two years old. I got to meet all of my relatives and spend time in Tokyo. It was amazing.

selima | 10:39 PM

When I was 18 I went to Japan with my mom and two sisters. I was born there but hadn't been back since I was two years old. I got to meet all of my relatives and spend time in Tokyo. It was amazing.

rebekahamy | 10:49 PM

One of the most memorable trips was my road trip with my roommates to the Grand Canyon. I miss those times!

Julie | 10:58 PM

I have taken a lot of memorable trips, but one that comes to mind was just before I gave birth to my daughter. I skipped town and drove (4 hours) to New York. I holed up at the Plaza and was beholden to no one. I lingered at MoMA and the Whitney for as long as I desired. I walked everywhere I wanted and nowhere I didn't. It was the most silly and decadent 2 days. I think about that a lot, knowing now that it was the last time I was *truly* free of responsibility.

Julie Prokop | 11:04 PM

A trip that I cannot wait to take is a cruise we have planned this summer to Bermuda!! It is my first time ever going on a cruise and it cannot come soon enough!

Hope | 11:07 PM

Hmm...most memorably trip was to Italy. Walking and eating a quaint little hole in the wall in Venice. Something I could have NEVER imagined 20 years ago. I cannot wait to go back!

Li Li | 11:11 PM

My most memorable trip was to Paris in 2001. I traveled alone and had the time of my life enjoying the museums, architecture and food. Since then, I got married to a wonderful man and would love to take him to Paris. Staying at the Four Seasons would just be a bonus.
Aloha from Maui,
Lisa
P.S. The Four Seasons here is spectacular. :o)

Robin J. | 11:40 PM

The most memorable might be the 2 months I spent in Baja with my then 2-year-old son, just because it was the first big trip the two of us took. Scary! Awesome! Fish tacos and beaches and massive amounts of sunscreen and trying very hard to prevent the maid from doing her job because it made me feel guilty, and grocery shopping and Senor Sushi... and that airport head injury and emergency evacuation on the way back home, which was indescribably terrifying (but ended well!).

LJ | 11:57 PM

at this point, my favorite trip was incredibly brief.

last summer we went to colorado for a wedding and of course took the least expensive route by staying with some family. but we had a friend to visit in aspen.

despite my best efforts to find an affordable room with air conditioning for my beloved easily over heated hubby, we ended up at the viceroy snowmass for a single night.

and it was the most amazing hotel experience i've ever had. i am now ruined for life. :P

Sarah | 12:26 AM

Ohmigosh. I live in Oakland, CA now but spent all of my life all over NY state. Ending it by taking my man and dragging him across the county. This summer, we're going back to NY for a wedding. We met in NY, we fell in love in NY, with NY. And now we're going back to sleep on a friend's floor and visit all those places that led us to happily ever after. The Four Seasons would make our love story. <3

Eric | 12:40 AM

My most memorable trip will be the visit in Genoa then around Italy I hope to take soon with my girlfriend... maybe we'd make into an honeymoon. An exchange student who lived with me that I now call mio fratello lives there and I haven't seen him in 5 years. I need to reconnect. To date the best trip I've taken is my 29th birthday that I spent with my brother, sister-in-law, and my gf in Monterey CA. We just celebrated living. It was awesome.

Meagan | 12:49 AM

My most memorable trip was my elopement/honeymoon in Asheville, North Carolina. We got married at the courthouse as soon as we arrived and then spent the next 3 days enjoying each other and the beautiful mountain town.

The Tawzer Fam | 12:53 AM

My husband and I decided to take a trip to hawaii and left less then 24 hours later. It was the best trip we have ever done with each other because were the most relaxed since we weren't having to plan weeks/months in advance. It was exciting and definitely the most memorable so far!

Lauren | 3:27 AM

Sponge names!!!! I recently did a one night staycation with my toddler before I prepare to go back to work. We had Room service and went up and down the elevators and jumped on the bed. Her name is Eloise so it was all very appropriate.

Lauren P | 4:13 AM

I would love to take my kids to Costa Rica to explore, I've only been with my husband but I am sure it will be more of an adventure with the kids!

Anonymous | 4:28 AM

Oh, looks lovely! Most memorable trip for me: my childhood driving expedition from Ontario to the East Coast of Canada with my parents and four siblings crammed in a minivan. Surprisingly, it was mountains of fun!

Michelle B. (from Canada)

Erin | 4:43 AM

Our most memorable getaway was our honeymoon in Cabo San Lucas. There were fireworks that night- I swear just for us!

But now that we have two little ones, I can only think of the time when I was 7 and my mom and dad surprised us with a trip to Disney. She had packed our bags without knowledge and told us we were dropping dad off at the airport for a business trip. When we saw all the suitcases, she asked if we would rather go to Disney! I would LOVE to recreate that experience one day for my kids.

Erin | 4:44 AM

PS- Fable in that robe is to die for!!! ADORABLE!!!

Sromeo | 4:57 AM

A few summers ago my aunt rented 3 villas in Jamaica for a week long vacation with 25 family members. It was the best vacation of my life. We were really spoiled to be there but connecting with my whole family was the most valuable part of the trip.

kristen | 5:10 AM

My favorite trip ever was to South America. I was 21, didn't speak a lick of Spanish, but still felt compelled to buy a one-way ticket to La Paz. Fast forward 6 weeks of travelling... I was in Lima the day before my flight home with only 50 bucks in my pocket. Because I am a dreamer, I bought a roll of nickels and played nickel slots at the Sheraton casino. Lo and behold - I won 500 dollars!! How did I spend it? First thing I did was reserve a hotel room at the Sheraton and took my first true "hot" shower in weeks. I've never slept so well in my life.

Jo B | 5:13 AM

My favorite trip ever was two weeks I spent in Paris with my best friend when I was 20. Everything was amazing--the food, the people, the architecture.

Justine Johnson | 5:50 AM

Oh man. Definitely our honeymoon. It was on Long Island, Maine - a place we've visited many times - but that week was just... awesome. No Internet, limited cell phone access, no TV... just a few DVDs, tons of food, a hammock and lots of gorgeous outdoors time. SIGH!

Kim R | 6:05 AM

first time commenting but i've been reading your blog for awhile. love it! congrats on the twins!

my favorite trip was the summer i went around europe. i was so young and not a care in the world!! would like to do it again someday. :)

- kim ransom

Kristin | 6:09 AM

My most memorable vacation was my honeymoon when I went to Hawaii. We went for 12 days and it was just so relaxing and beautiful there.

In the future I would love to go to Ireland. My mother is of Irish heritage and I would to go visit and perhaps meetup with some distant relatives!

Anna | 6:10 AM

Wow! My grandma took me to africa when I was 16. It was amazing!!

jessica ann conley | 6:27 AM

my most memorable week away from home was seeing california and the ocean for the first time with my boyfriend, now husband. we went to disney and then drove up the coast to san jose where his parents live. it's the most fun I've ever had as an adult, hands down...and some of the nicest scenery I've ever seen.

Ali | 6:31 AM

my hubby had to go to Germany for work. I tagged along. Having never been to Europe, it was one of the most amazing trips ever. The Food. The Culture. It was Awesome. I can't wait to go back!

jessica | 6:42 AM

Most memorable? Our family trip to Alaska. My grandfather had just found out he was sick and had a limited time left on this Earth and so we all went with him to fulfil a dream.

Jos | 6:54 AM

great giveaway & it looks like you all had a wonderful family vacation!

we're on the east coast & hoping to make a trip back to LA this summer to see family & revisit old haunts.

most memorable trip was probably our jaunt in '94 to southern France with our 2 pitbulls Bonnie & Clyde. we ate a lot of foie gras (among other things) & I'm somewhat embarrassed to say that they ate their fair share too.

k5brown | 6:57 AM

Best trip...spur of the moment take-off to New York to meet my sister, also a teacher who happened to have the same spring break as me. We hit a Broadway play every night! Incredible!! Can't wait to take my son for his first play!!

Kristi | 7:04 AM

My most memorable trip was to a ski resort out of season in West Virginia. My husband and I were practically the only people there, and it wasn't even very cold so all of our clothes were unnecessary. We ended up spending most of the trip drinking with the resort staff after hours. :-)

butwhymommy | 7:08 AM

My most memorable trip was to Ethiopia last year to adopt our little guy. It was amazing to see his face for the first time (and hold him for the first time etc). But it was also amazing to experience his birth country first hand.

Linsey | 7:19 AM

My boyfriend took a gig in San Francisco for FOUR MONTHS! That's 120 days of being 3000 miles away from each other.

Sometime during that 120 days, I flew across the country solo to spend a long weekend with him in that city by the bay.

Loved it! Everywhere you look is like a picture. We got to explore SF, Sonoma and Napa Valley.

I was sad to leave.

L | 7:27 AM

vegas with my husband after a long cold winter....just to feel the heat of the sun was the best ever.

Nicole | 7:32 AM

We went to Nepal about 4 years ago and it was absolutely amazing. We loved it! Even though I came home from it completely messed up digestively and am now allergic to every food on the planet, I'd go back again in a hot second!

Drew and Eileen: Oh Happy Day | 7:33 AM

My most memorable holiday actually took place in a tent rather than a hotel. 3 summers ago, my husband and I packed up our backpacks, hopped on the ferry, and spent one glorious week in the middle of remote catalina island. We swam, hiked, and lazed about the beach the entire time.

Meg | 7:34 AM

A couple of years ago I convinced my love to go to the hills of West Virginia (my home) for a week-long camping trip. The weather was cold (over July 4) in the mountains, and perfectly, deliciously warm in the valley. I wish we could recreate the beauty and simplicity of that trip on a regular basis.

CaressaRenae | 7:38 AM

The most amazing vacation I've taken was with my husband on our honeymoon to NYC. It's somewhere we'd both always wanted to go and we spent it walking everywhere and riding the subway until we were lost. The dream is to take our kids back who are, at 4 and 2, old enough to appreciate and run around Central Park. They may not remember it, but we would.

Barb @ getupandplay | 7:47 AM

It'd have to be a tie between our trip to London as newlyweds and our trip to Chicago with our small infant. They were both so fun in different ways, but I loved Chicago because I felt like, "Wow, I really CAN have a life with a kiddo!"

Alyson | 8:04 AM

My most memorable was my honeymoon in Thailand. A close second would be my babymoon in NYC. Since I was pregant, I spent most of my time eating my way through the big apple.

Jennifer | 8:15 AM

I would definitely have to say my travels around Europe have been my most memorable vacations. A close second would be ski vacations in Colorado. There is just something about those Rockies...

LF in NYC | 8:16 AM

My most memorable "staycation" was at that very same amazing Four Seasons hotel. Our manhattan apt flooded, and we needed a hotel to sleep in on a moments notice that would accommodate us and our wonderful yellow lab as well. While our home was in shambles, we had the most luxurious respite in our own city, and Brucca was treated to dog bones every time she walked through the lobby and bottles of Voss water to drink!

summor95 | 8:45 AM

My most memorable vacation was back in 1991 when my then boyfriend (now husband) and I went to Hawaii. We were so young, happy and in love.

Pellmer | 8:49 AM

When my now-husband and I started dating I invited him to an extended family reunion in Montana. We rented a convertible and drove from San Francisco to Montana, taking a few days up there. He soldiered through meeting my grandma, her 6 siblings and all of their children and grandchildren. We then took 2 weeks to slowly make our way home, camping in Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole. We met the most interesting people and had the best time. The best part...I had a broken arm the whole time.

Reena | 8:50 AM

I'm dying to hike to Mount Everest base camp. Don't ask me why -- I'm normally a nice hotel kind of girl not a camper!

Sarah Yost | 8:53 AM

my favorite trip was cruising around the country at 18 in my Ford Tempo, with my best friend, no plans, little money and a lot of dreams.

oona. | 8:56 AM

I dream of someday traveling to Japan for a month with my family, going absolutely insane at Hello Kitty land, eating my weight in sushi, and riding the bullet train. If I start saving now, I might be able to afford it in ten years or so...Thanks for the giveaway!

Sarah | 8:57 AM

I went to Asheville, NC for my 1 year wedding anniversary last November and it was perfect! Food, beauty, slight weirdness. I still think about it like I just got home!

Melanie | 9:02 AM

Last year my husband and I went to San Francisco - my first plane trip ever, my first time being in a different time zone, the farthest I've ever been from home... so it was very memorable for me! We walked and walked until we had blisters (well, I had them) and I ate bacon and avocado every day, and we did tons of fun touristy things, and I wish we were still there. It was such an amazing vacation.

Suzanne | 9:05 AM

Definitely Puerto Rico last June, just my hubby & me on our first vacation that required a plane ride! We loved it so much that we decided to go back this upcoming June before we had even left the island!

leah | 9:17 AM

One of the most fun holidays was down in Orlando seeing an evening shuttle launch. Less fun was the 3 hr wait in traffic to leave.

Kiki | 9:17 AM

Most memorable trip - I'm fortunate that I've had some great travel experiences but I think my most memorable trip was Japan. Amazing as it's both sensory overload, and an overwhelming sense of peace, depending on where you are....oh and the SUSHI. My hopes for their speedy recovery...

Emily | 9:23 AM

My fav vacation was last year, our first true vacation as a family. We went to Orlando with the kids, 4 & 7. Left the laptops at home and just enjoyed truly "being" there!

rebecca | 9:27 AM

this summer i will be visiting germany/europe for the first time this summer with my boyfriend of 4 years and his family. i'm so excited! europe has been calling me for for as long as i can remember. i keep telling myself not to forget to take it all in. i. can't. wait.

Elise | 9:28 AM

My favorite trip was our honeymoon to Singapore and Malaysia. Beautiful location and perfect company is always a good combo for a relaxing and memorable vacation.

SJ | 9:39 AM

Our recent trip to Belize is one of my top getaway. It came at the end of one of the longest winters. I was able to complete my SCUBA certification and spend time in the jungle. Any vacation with my husband is memorable.

Jane Kathryn | 9:52 AM

Ooh, so hard to decide... although I would have to say my honeymoon this year with my handsome hubby. Kauai and Maui... hiking through a rainforest, gaining incredible life advice from a paniolo horse whisperer while we rode up the side of a volcano, lying on a deck in total blackness watching more stars than we even knew existed in the milky way. life at its most spectacular. :)

Andi | 10:18 AM

My most memorable trip was the first vacation we took after my son was born. We went to the Oregon coast and just... did nothing. It was nice to do nothing for a change. We could wake up, look at the ocean, and point out all the seagulls. It was so nice to be a family.

Autumn | 10:23 AM

Looks amazing!

Southern Doll | 10:28 AM

The most memorable vacation I've taken was to San Pedro, Belize, The Ambergia Caye is BEAUTIFUL! you don't know gorgeous water until you've been to the cayes of Belize. And, you can easily get back to the mainland for jungle adventures. I highly recommend it as it's easy to get to, full of culture, gorgeous and fairly inexpensive for the experience you get.

Whitney | 10:57 AM

my most memorable getaway was for my 21st birthday. my grandma, mom, 2 sisters and i went to hawaii. it was the most amazing ten days of my life.

est. 2006 | 11:03 AM

My most memorable trip would be the week and a half long Honeymoon Road trip my husband and I took from NC to CA and back. We didn't make any plans just drove and stopped when we didn't want to drive anymore.. We had just bought our new car and finally had some alone time after a 2 week haul of wedding related chaos, it was amazing to just sit for hours with each other and explore places neither of us had ever been. :)

Chrys | 11:09 AM

Without a doubt - Greece. Athens, Mykonos,and Santorini. Ancient ruins and beautiful beaches. Truly an amazing trip!

Amanda | 11:26 AM

I've been lucky enough to have a lot of memorable trips, but perhaps the most memorable was my two-week stay in Cambodia. That was a unique combination of depressing/horrifying and beautiful/wonderful.

lonek8 | 11:41 AM

my most memorable vacation was the only one my husband and I ever took together (not married at the time), and it was to Dominican Republic, in the middle of Hurricane Jeanne. We had no power half the time, no hot water the entire time (and they hotel refused to move us to a room that did). The staff hijacked karaoke night leaving all of the guests staring as they all sang in Spanish, it rained the whole trip, and the highlight was feeding some kittens we found on the property. oh, and playing the boardgames I was smart enough to bring with us.

Maggie May | 11:46 AM

Our most memorable trip was our family getaway to Nashville, TN where we stayed part of the time in the Grand Ole Opry Hotel. Hotels are magic!!!! They create a place where family is free to focus on family, and not the daily life must do's that normally take up so much time and cause those tension headaches I get. We would be absolutely out of our minds happy to win this...like most people these days money is tight (read: non existent) and this would be a huge gift. Awesome
!

janenoir | 11:54 AM

My most memorable getaway was my two week honeymoon last summer in Italy, Austria, Germany, and Czech Republic! We saw so much in two weeks. It was an amazing way to start our marriage.

Trisaratops | 12:05 PM

I will never forget the way the sky looks at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. It was a trip that was the epitome of my early 20s: friends, my future fiancee (who would propose to me later at the rim of the Grand Canyon), and nothing else except my pack and my boots. Three days of the most beautiful views I've ever seen and feeling alive and at happy and at peace.

I LOVE the idea of taking my family (two little ones) with me to enjoy the Four Seasons--it looks like they take good care of families with little kids! LOVE!

Enjoy the vacation!

Abi | 12:15 PM

The most memorable trip was our trip to San Francisco last year. It was our first trip to the west coast and it was AMAZING. We stayed at the Kabuki Hotel in Japantown, saw Muir Woods, did the scenic HWY 1 drive, ate amazing food. We did so many things as a family and we were able to find a baby sitter so hubby and I were able to do a date night.

becky | 12:32 PM

My husband, 19 month old daughter, and I will be traveling to Charleston, SC in 2 weeks to vacation with my parents and brother. This will be the first 'family vacation with my family since I was maybe 11. Looking forward to our bug getting lots of time with her Grammy and Poppop, and us getting a date or two. Also, some sunshine and warmth! (This will be our first time flying with the little one, and I'll admit it, I'm a little trepidatious.)

Kara | 1:12 PM

My most memorable trip was to Paris, France. Amazing.

carolyn | 1:12 PM

Wow! That looks wonderful! What a great family experience. My favorite vacation was to Colorado with my family when I was 10 or 11 years old. I still remember how much fun we had and how gorgeous the mountains were! Loved it.

MOMSICLE VIBE | 1:14 PM

My most memorable getaway wasn't quite as luxurious as the 4 seasons deluxe treatment... But it was magical. When I was sixteen my dad and I hiked the West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island. We covered 75 km of beaches, sunsets, inland hiking, ladders, stream crossings and hot cocoa by the camp fire. It is a favoured memory and I hope to do the trips with my daughter when she's old enough to carry her own pack :)

carolyn | 1:14 PM

Wow! This looks wonderful! What a great family experience. My favorite family trip was to Colorado when I was 10 or 11 years old. We had so much fun and the mountains were gorgeous. We went in the summer so we got to swim and eat lots of ice cream!

Stacey | 1:16 PM

We took the kids on a cruise. Snorkeling in Belize and touching stingrays in the Caymans is a memory I treasure.

Nicole Donovan | 1:19 PM

My favorite trip was actually a trip to NYC! I could be open to another one. <_<

Shannon c | 1:28 PM

My most memorable trip was taking my 2 boys to disneyworld with two generations of grandparents last jan. I will never forget their big smiles, the amazement in their eyes, and all the fun we had!

Miss Amanda Jones | 1:30 PM

My most memorable trip was to Israel with my then boyfriend of only a few months. We fought like cats and dogs and were sure we'd ditch each other upon returning home to Los Angeles, but we somehow couldn't be apart after that trip. Going on 8 years now...still bickering, but happily married nonetheless.

Anna | 1:32 PM

My boyfriend and went to New York City 2 weeks ago for a friend's wedding (which was absolutely gorgeous). I had a blast the whole weekend, so I know that will be a memorable trip.

Sarah | 1:36 PM

Most memorable vacation was to Belize with my husband - 16 month old daughter stayed home with the grandparents, and our 6 month gestating son came along for the ride. Was amusing to explore the rainforest and Mayan ruins with a big ol' pregnant belly! I definitely got a lot of attention from male guides that way... :)

Denise | 1:42 PM

I love the sponge names in the bathroom! My most memorable trip was probably the 2 weeks my family spent up in Alaska. It is stunning up there.

Ashley | 1:48 PM

Our most memorable getaway was our trip to Florida when my husband came home from Afghanistan. It was the first time the three of us had been together for more than a few days and it was wonderful.

Miss Emily | 1:49 PM

At the end of the summer my boyfriend and I are flying to Scotland for three weeks and I CAN'T WAIT. We both just finished our degrees and haven't taken a proper holiday in about five years.

Also we're thinking about eloping while we're there, so you know, there's that element of excitement too!

DoritoPaws | 1:56 PM

My favorite trip is the trip I took to Israel with my cousin. I will never forget it and a piece of my heart will always be there. <3

-Amy

Brooke | 1:57 PM

My most memorable trip was taking my son to Maui for the first time -- warm water, so much sunshine! It was heavenly for us all.

Emily Elizabeth | 1:58 PM

We just got back from our belated honeymoon (with friends! so... more like a spring vacation) in Baja, and had so much fun camping out on the beaches and in the mountains, snorkeling with giant fish and watching the sun & moon rise & set every day and night. We also discovered the tastiest lunch: avocado and hot sauce in a tortilla, delicious! Having snow back home is a bit of a shock after so many wonderfully warm and sandy days down there!

Jes | 2:00 PM

Camping with my (now) husband and our 3 month puppy from CO to Phoenix :)Something we are doing again around Lake Tahoe for our five year anniversary!

Majuju | 2:00 PM

Most memorable trip was a road trip with my family to visit various relatives (close and distant) around British Columbia and Alberta, when I was about 11. When we checked into a hotel in Drumheller, AB, the front desk clerk asked if we were traveling with the other family with our uncommon last name. We weren't, and didn't know them, but left them a message at the front desk to arrange a visit. It was so interesting meeting them and figuring out how we were related, and they had a daughter about my age who I became penpals with for a few years after.

dna | 2:04 PM

hands down our trip to Thailand. I would go again in a heart beat!

Biberologio | 2:04 PM

My most memorable trip was to Japan on our honeymoon! Wonderful country, so different from I'm used to, and these days I keep thinking of them and what they have come to suffer

Amy | 2:07 PM

We are so broke the only family vacations these days are where we crash at the houses of family!!! My daughter thinks they are awesome and I guess I do to because the only I get the more I cherish spending time with family.

Kress | 2:19 PM

My most memorable trip was my year long honeymoon in Europe...pretty dreamy. I'm dying to see Machu Picchu. I think Italy might also be calling me back.

Rachel | 2:21 PM

My most memorable trip at this point is the trip to see the man who is now my partner -- and the best partner a girl could ask for.

I am looking forward to the big trip we are planning -- our own private destination wedding.

Rachel | 2:36 PM

Yep, for me it was our honeymoon too. I could go on and on about it, really. I'll try the condensed version: One week on the Osa Peninsula (which we reached by airplane, taxi, bus, taxi, and speed boat, in that order) in Costa Rica. Extracurricular (meaning outside the tent we stayed in) activities included: hikes, bird-watching, bat-catching (yes), tree climbing, monkey-viewing, whale-siting, swimming, and eating dinner every night by candle light. The first week of January. Siiiiigh.

Sarah in the Sun | 2:41 PM

We took a trip to New York City last summer while we were visiting my sister at West Point. I wish we could have stayed longer and done more planning as far as the touristy things go.

The pictures of Fable and Archer just break my heart, they look so happy! I can't wait to have my own babes and have these experiences with them. And I cant wait for more womb mate photos and posts!

Julie | 2:51 PM

There are so many... We just went to Guam with the kids which was the best trip we've taken as a family. I'd never expect the Four Seasons to be so family friendly!

laurenkutz | 2:56 PM

I'd love to take my husband and 2 year old daughter to NYC so they can experience the magic of the city!

L.L. | 2:59 PM

I have hardly vacationed in my life...so a trip I'd like to take is to anywhere with an ocean and a beach :)

Mimi | 3:00 PM

Six years ago, when my husband and I spent five weeks in Europe. Amazing and life changing!

Blair | 3:05 PM

The most memorable trip I have ever taken was a trip to Italy. It was the first trip my husband and I ever took and we saw so many amazing things and ate and drank until we dropped. Plus we made our first baby there :)

Laurie Elaine, Ph.D. | 3:07 PM

Last year: Chicago. It was for a conference but ended up being so much more life changing than ever expected.

Haley | 3:23 PM

Up until she was diagnosed with cancer (and then passed away) I regularly traveled with my grandmother. While we had excellent European adventures I knew that the location wasn't what made the trips so memorable. My grandmother was one of the most engaging people I've ever met and was forever talking to others and her interest in their lives and what they thought about our location led to us going to places and trying things we never would have otherwise. My favorite was being invited to a private gallery opening in Florence when I was 16.

Viju | 3:38 PM

Mauritius!!! Love the beaches :)

Lisa | 3:40 PM

Shortly after we started dating, my boyfriend and I spent a magical weekend in New York City. Neither of us had been, and we sprang for an affordable, posh hotel right in times square. It was my birthday weekend, and we spent it eating sushi dinner on a rooftop in the villiage, walking around chinatown, soho, and central park. We visited the statue of liberty and ellis island, wall street, carnagie hall, and the empire state building. It was a wonderful weekend that really brought us closer together. A week later I was laid off, and we've been working hard, job searching and building our careers since that trip, 2 years ago. We haven't been able to afford a vacation since New York, but are looking forward to our next getaway one day. This would definitely help it come a little sooner :)

Danielle | 3:58 PM

My most memorable getaway was a short (three day) trip to NYC with my husband, when I was pregnant with our first child. We haven't been away together, just the two of us, since that summer (four years ago). We would love love love to go to NYC again, JUST THE TWO OF US!

Glad you had a great trip!

Shelley Senai | 4:07 PM

Oooo pick me pick me pick me! This sounds amazing...

Looks like many others have said this but our honeymoon in Kauai two years ago was the most wonderful vacation of our lives! We ate delicious fresh local food, basked in the sunshine, hiked through the rainforest, and took a helicopter ride over the island. It was paradise!

Michele | 4:09 PM

Most memorable would be a family vacay to Mexico while in college. We lounged by the pool each day, ventured into town in the evenings. It was the last trip "just the 4 of us" before boyfriends/husbands/children expanded our family.

Lindsey @ I Run in Heels | 4:10 PM

I took 2 one-week classes in Orvieto, Italy, and the weekend in between I took a day trip to Cinque Terre. I'd always heard how amazing it was, but oh my gosh...I'm talking soul-restorative, one of the best days of my life amazing. I dream of going back to swim in the bluest blue waters, slurp down gelato, and lounge lazily in the sun. :)

Bekah | 4:13 PM

whoa! They are definitely going to rock someone's world with that! I hope its ours! Haha, most memorable trip...hands down, Thailand. It was just amazing. I stayed at an orphanage where I was doing some work, and from the kids to the markets to the temples to the elephants, everyday left me wide-eyed with wonder.

Megan | 4:21 PM

I'd have to say my favorite vacation to day would have to be my weekends in San Fran on Philly -- both cities with great food!

And, what's a vacation without good food?

Meghann | 4:21 PM

I think our most memorable trip was our first vacation after Our daughter was born. It's the most memorable because nine months later we added a lifelong reminder of the trip to our little family!

Heather D | 4:21 PM

Most memorable trip: Quebec City, 1997, while head over heels in love. We stayed in a cute B&B, drank wine, ate crepes.

Jessica K. | 4:23 PM

My favorite vacation ever was to Spain with my husband, before we had kids. We ate delicious food in Madrid and saw a few flamenco shows, we visited Valencia and stayed with a local family who cooked paella for us, took the train to Seville, Cordoba.... I can only dream of going back one day!

Sarah | 4:26 PM

I LOVE staying in hotels and your stay looks AMAZING. So glad you had fun.

My favorite getaway was my honeymoon to St. Lucia. We stayed at Ladera and our room had only three walls. We woke up every morning literally looking at the ocean. Indescribable.

Sara | 4:29 PM

My most memorable trip was a ten day vacation that we split with another couple on the West Coast (we're all East Coasters). We flew into Seattle for a few days and then flew to San Francisco and drove the Pacific Coast Highway to San Diego. Beautiful and leisurely vacation...seems like so long ago :) I can't imagine driving that highway with the kids in the car.

robin (rsbrag@msn.com) | 4:31 PM

Oh my gosh, that looks like heaven! I love nice hotels. And tiny bathrobes. And eggs florentine!

Most memorable trip had to be my honeymoon (3 months after the wedding) to Paris while I was about 4 months pregnant. It was so much fun, walking and walking and walking, and sampling french onion soup at every restaurant and cafe we came to, because I just had to find the BEST! The best part was stumbling across a local market, where we mingled among locals while they shopped for meat and cheese and wine. I wanted to move there!

moplans | 4:36 PM

I would love to use the voucher to stay in the very same hotel. I need to take a getaway with my honey and NYC would be perfect.

Liz | 4:50 PM

My most memorable trip was a week my dad arranged for all of us to spend in Italy. He went all out. We hit all the major cities, had incredible meals and got to spend some great family time together. I'll never forget it and I'm happy we had that time with him.

Matt and/or Jacquie | 5:12 PM

My most memorable would have to be my honeymoon... Broken bed, peeping Tom B&B owners and an embarrassing amount of McDonalds just added to the fun. t

Shawna | 5:16 PM

Vegas, November 2008, Thanksgiving Day.

Booked a spur-of-the-moment trip to Sin City over the holiday weekend in anger over yet another month of not being pregnant. In anger over 2 miscarriages. Just angry.

Went and got myself knocked up on that trip, and damn if I wasn't able to keep that baby cookin' for a full 42 weeks.

Her middle name is McCarran, after the airport.

sometimeslife | 5:20 PM

One of my favorite vacations ever was last winter, my husband and spent a week in Puerto Rico. We camped on the beach and it was amazing. A good friend of mine lives just outside San Juan and she gave us an insider's tour. It was an amazing experience.

Melissa | 5:27 PM

Paris in 2007!

Robyn | 5:28 PM

When one of my best friends from college got married in Kansas City, my husband and I were living on a tight budget in Florida. Instead of flying there for the weekend, we wrapped the wedding around our annual week's vacation, rented a Mustang convertible and stopped for a night or two on the way (and back) in such awesome towns as St. Louis, Memphis, Nashville and, of course, Kansas City. What a great trip.

Emily | 5:40 PM

Oh man, one of the most memorable vacations I had was a wedding that was held in this gorgeous lodge in the Olympic National Forest in Washington. It was surrounded by the pacific northwest forests and it was so, so relaxing.

jessicaj75@aol.com | 5:43 PM

i won a fancy teacher award and was put up in a hotel in pa. my 5 yr old (at the time) LOVED the pool. now she thinks pa is the only place with an indoor pool and always asks if we can go back ha!

LizB | 5:45 PM

My favorite vacation was to Vancouver. It was winter, so it was the off-season. I loved roaming the city without the crazy crowds.

Mandi | 5:46 PM

Wow! One of my most memorable trips was to Miami Beach for my college graduation and swimming with dolphins in Key Largo. SO much fun, and looking forward to that trip is what got me through my last semester! Cruising to the Bahamas is another favorite... oceans and sunshine for the win!

Cindy | 5:48 PM

The most memorable vacation was a trip to San Francisco when my daughter was finally big enough to appreciate it. I loved seeing a new city through her eyes. She was only 2 1/2 at the time, but we still talk about that trip with specifics!

Allison the Meep | 5:51 PM

OH EMM GEE, tiny robe. That killed me. Dead.

My dream trip is a honeymoon with my husband to Ireland. We never took a honeymoon because I was knocked up like whoa, and we always said we'd take one later. Only later is like almost 8 years later now. And I feel like it's time for a vacay, m'kay?

Daisy | 6:01 PM

My husband and I went to Napa Valley for our honeymoon. It was...fantastic. I dream of going back all the time!

Karen H | 6:09 PM

Just one? I'd have to say my trip to Tahiti with my sweetie. We went to 4 islands in 2 weeks, it was AMAZING. I'd looove to go back some day.

Lindsay B | 6:10 PM

My most memorable trip every was Florence, Italy last fall. Bee-too-tee-ful.

Candice Phillips | 6:10 PM

One of these days, I am going to take my family to Ireland. We will kiss the Blarney Stone, visit with sheep and drink in the vast green beauty of a country so lovely that I regularly visit it in my dreams. Of course, we will also take in a pint or two of Guiness.

Happy travels and dreams of green...

Tracey R. | 6:14 PM

Looks like an awesome trip, and I love the tiny robe!!

My most memorable trip was a few years ago to Italy with my husband. We had such a wonderful time traveling up and down the Amalfi coast and seeing all the sights in Rome. We had been wanting to go for sooo log and loved every minute of it!

Heather | 6:19 PM

I don't have a favorite vacation, all of our vacations are awesome. It could be a simple as camping in the woods. As long as we have good company, good beer and the dog, it's a great time.

Carrie | 6:25 PM

Our honeymoon was a kick - we drove up the California coast to Big Sur and stayed in a cabin on the river, then headed up to my grandma's place at Sea Ranch...we were were crazy in love with our beautiful state and each other.

shannon.on.park | 6:25 PM

My most memorable trip was a road trip down the coast of North Carolina and South Carolina with my sisters. I was 5 months pregnant and it was the last time we got to spend some time together just us. We had amazing days at beaches, lots of awesome southern food, and many many laughs. This is an awesome giveaway!

bek77 | 6:27 PM

My husband and I went to Atlanta for an overnight trip when we were dating. We stayed in the Westin on the 65th floor. The entire wall was a window. My husband wouldn't go within 10 feet of that window and was so scared he was shaking! That was the first time I saw that side of him and I knew that we were best friends because I just wanted to "protect" him from his fear of heights ( and drive him crazy by leaning against that window and looking down and freaking him out!)

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