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Return trip: why we go back for seconds | Lonely Planet

I’ve always been a one-time-travel kind of girl.  As much as I can help it, I don’t visit a city twice within my lifetime – or within 10 years, if I must.  Repeat trips are limited to business travel.  But there are times when things actually seem lovelier the second time around.  Sydney, Boston, Hong Kong, New York – I was pleasantly surprised in each of these cities when I had to take a second look.  So perhaps there IS some value in visiting more than once.

See what Leif Pettersen of Lonely Planet has to say.

Piazzale Micheangelo & Florence (c) Juliet Coombe, Lonely Planet

Why do people go to the same restaurant more than once, sometimes ordering the exact same meal? Why have I seen Pulp Fiction 47 times? And why do we go to the same destinations more than once, even annually in some cases, when there are nearly a lifetime’s worth of new places to visit?

  • Leif Pettersen, Lonely Planet Author

2 comments on “Return trip: why we go back for seconds | Lonely Planet

  1. travelswithcurley
    25 July 2013

    We also tend to be one time travelers – there are just so many new places we’re always dying to see!

  2. restless wanderer
    25 July 2013

    oh, absolutely! so little time, so much to do!

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