I'd go back to Germany in a heartbeat, mostly because my friend Tonya is there. But Ben and I also love the mountains. I loved staying near Lake Lure, but we also love the Asheville and Boone areas. I need big water from time to time, but since my mom lives in Virginia Beach and we live here at the coast, that's a need easily satisfied.
2) Unfavorite Destination -- someplace you wish you had never been (and why)
If I were not a nice person, I could answer this one. But if you were to guess that it had something to do with an unpleasant family visit, you wouldn't be far wrong.
3) Fantasy Destination -- someplace to visit if cost and/or time did not matter
I'd like to do a grand tour of Europe, and visit some of the Celtic monastic sites, as well as Taize. And shop and sightsee, of course!
4) Fictional Destination -- someplace from a book or movie or other art or media form you would love to visit, although it exists only in imagination
Hmmm...the Last Homely House, the elves' (and Frodo and Bilbo's) destination at the conclusion of the Lord of the Rings. Or a stedding (from Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series). Or Narnia, during the reign of Susan, Peter, Edmund, and Lucy. The place where the night sky really looked as Van Gogh imagined.
5) Funny Destination -- the funniest place name you've ever visited or want to visit
Intercourse PA is sort of obvious, so I won't mention it. I'm fond of Whynot, NC, near Seagrove (which has groves of trees, but no sea)--and I'm always glad to go back there; that's the area where I collect pottery.