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The New York Times’ 52 Places to Go in 2015

Il Duomo, Milano. 2014 (I was so excited to see it sans scaffolding)

Il Duomo, Milano. 2014 (I was so excited to see it sans scaffolding)

This month, the New York Times released what is always one of my favorite articles of the year, their list of Places to Go in 2015. I was proud to see my home away from home, Milan, IT was the first destination on the list. I studied abroad there in 2006 and absolutely fell in love with the city. I also lived there for a bit in 2009 and visit regularly, my last visit being Milan Fashion Week in September. I’ve visited a few of the places on the list and I hope to check off even more this year. There are 52 weeks in a year, so I’m slacking!

Check out the list below but be sure to read the Times article for fun tidbits.

  • 1. Milan, Italy
  • 2. Cuba
  • 3. Philadelphia
  • 4. Yellowstone National Park
  • 5. Elqui Valley, Chile
  • 6. Singapore
  • 7. Durban, South Africa
  • 8. Bolivia
  • 9. Faroe Islands
  • 10. Macedonia
  • 11. Medellín, Colombia
  • 12. St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • 13. Orlando, Florida
  • 14. Zimbabwe
  • 15. Bourgogne (neé Burgundy), France
  • 16. Lower Manhattan, New York
  • 17. Tanzania
  • 18. The North Coast of Peru (I have a friend’s wedding in Peru next year so maybe I’ll wait!)
  • 19. Steamboat Springs, Colorado
  • 20. Oman
  • 21. Cleveland, Ohio
  • 22. Sri Lanka
  • 23. New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 24. Adelaide, Australia
  • 25. Georgia
  • 26. Manchester, England
  • 27. Campeche, Mexico
  • 28. Greenland
  • 29. Papua New Guinea
  • 30. Bend, Oregon
  • 31. Rabat, Morocco
  • 32. Squamish, Canada
  • 33. Seoul, South Korea
  • 34. St. Kitts
  • 35. Shikoku, Japan
  • 36. San Antonio
  • 37. San José del Cabo
  • 38. Alentejo, Portugal
  • 39. The Catskills, New York
  • 40. Quebec City, Canada
  • 41. Canton Valais, Switzerland
  • 42. Île-de-France
  • 43. Danang, Vietnam
  • 44. Chengdu, China
  • 45. Miami Beach, Florida
  • 46. Shanghai
  • 47. Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • 48. Rome, Italy
  • 49. Cáceres, Spain
  • 50. Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico
  • 51. Baku, Azerbaijan
  • 52. Kas, Turkey
  • Reader’s Choice: Patagonia

Also, I used to love playing this game and the shorter in 1 minute version. How many countries in the world can you name? Can you believe there are less than 200? Play and share your scores with me!

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