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#7 Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos. Although technically in the Atlantic Ocean instead of the Caribbean, the island chain of Turks & Caicos has glorious sand beaches (such as the one called Grace Bay, above) and turquoise skies.Happywander... (From: Photos: Most Popular Cruise Ports on Earth)

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Honfleur Normandy France, I've been here. This is the best picture I've seen showcasing this amazing, beautiful, friendly little town!! Can't wait to go back!

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