Yes, I am.
While I've never been to Europe and my out-of-the-US experience is limited to Canada, Mexico, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica, I've actually enjoyed traveling around and exploring the USA the most. You never know what you're going to find and where!
A few weeks ago, we went to Galveston, Texas for the second time the first time wasn't much for looking-around, but this time we did and we had a great time walking the streets, getting plagued by our kids to buy them a hermit crab (uh NO!) and even stopped in an old-family confectionary where we paid $7 for a milkshake.
One of the funnest things we did, however, was walk through a World War Two Submarine and Battleship.
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While driving through Dallas, we saw this building, and my very frank husband makes a keen observation fit for any detective: "That building has a hole in it!"
When we travel, we generally get a magnet for the fridge and this last one is of the magnet he thought was appropriate to remember out time in Galveston: