I travel alot and love to share . . but also love to READ about where people have gone and why they loved a "special" place. One that I visited in 97 was Pammulke in Turkey. It is the largest (in acreage) hot springs in the world, with tiers of limestone terraces where the springs have made a huge "waterfall" of mineral-laden water. You may walk all over it. Water never more than 1/2 inch and cooling rapidly. Snow white color of the deposits. And surrounded by ruins of Hieropolis (mentioned in the NT). Think of this as one fork, with a stream running down. On the other fork, 15 miles away, are the ruins of Colossae - not excavated at all. And where the two streams meet - one cold from the mountains at Colossae and one warm from the hot springs at Hieropolis - are the ruins of Laodicea. Where the water becomes polluted with the sulfur hot flow and is "lukewarm" and unpotable. Felt like I was walking in a sermon . . "Special" places of yours?