T+L Asks: If You Had Your Entire Summer Free, How (and Where) Would You Spend It?
Being a dive bum in Cozumel, Mexico. —Meg Grace
On Santorini, in the Greek isles, exploring archaeological sites, sipping barrel wine, and dining outside at sunset every night.—Jean Hull Cross, Brooksville, Fla.
I’d do a family road trip through the West, stopping at Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park and the Four Corners, in Arizona; Arches and Canyonlands, in Utah; the Oregon Trail; and Devils Tower National Monument, in Wyoming. —Emmanuelle Klein Works, Tempe, Ariz.
Island-hopping on a Mediterranean yacht cruise. —Laurie Sommer
Oh la la! Would love to stay in a villa in the French countryside—to soak up the culture, learn the language, and live a carefree life. —Gina Cubé-Rousseau
Living in a small cottage on the coast of Maine. —Monica Kissane
I’d head to Bora-Bora or Australia—a place where I could cool off without having to hibernate inside an air-conditioned building 24/7. —Julie Riddle Andreen, Phoenix, Ariz.
Serving ice cream to tourists at Yellowstone National Park—and hanging out in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on my days off.—Darlene Fiske, Austin, Tex.
On Florida’s Emerald Coast. White-sugar beaches, gorgeous green water, and blue skies as far as the eye can see. —Danielle Beaty, New York, N.Y.
In Sicily or Tuscany—learning to cook, drowning myself in culture, and fantasizing about never coming back. —Camtown Fabulousity
Coming Next Month: If you were to win a shopping spree anywhere in the world, where would you go—and what would you buy?
The T+L Hit List
Here, the most-searched destinations on TravelandLeisure.com this summer.