Britney Weber: One of my favorite vacation memories would have to be our two or three week road trip after getting out of the military, going to visit family on the eastern side of the country, stopping in North Carolina, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania , upstate New York, Ohio, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and numerous landmarks along the way. It was really cool to see upstate New York and all the places where my boyfriend grew up and spent his time.
Danielle Peterson: Me and my boyfriend went to Mexico City recently. We went to this amazing restaurant called Pujol. There’s a chef there named Enrique Olvera. The restaurant is basically a fine dining Mexican restaurant. We felt really out of place, because we’re both pretty poor. We underestimated how much it would cost, as well. We were expecting to spend $100 total, and it was double that. But the food was amazing! Every single thing we tried there was some of the best food experience we ever had.
Daniel Delgadillo: I went to Cancun, and we went to one of the rivers. Those kind of rivers went into the mountains. It was very exciting because you could see inside the mountains. My wife and my little kid, they don’t know how to swim, and she and my son were very scared. They grabbed on to my neck all the time. But it was very exciting, because at the end of the trip, they started to swim by themselves. You could see all the beaches around you.
Michael Taylor: It was when I visited Normandy. When I was in the military, I got to jump into Normandy, just outside Sainte-Mère-Église. And then we did a three-day tour of all the beaches and all the historical sites.