Many of my experiences that I truely treasure are not on this list but it is an interesting way to gauge travel experiences against a static list! My biggest complaint is that the list oftentimes sums up cities into one item on the list when, in my opinion, there is SO MUCH to do in each city that one could spend weeks just in one place. Here is where you can see all 1000 places listed out as they are in the book: http://listology.com/openstacks/list/places-ive-been-patricia-schultzs-1000-places-see-you-die
And these are the one's I've been to (not very many on this scale)!
England: Windsor Castle, London
Ireleand: The Book of Kells
Italy: Rome, Sistene Chapel
Netherlands: Red-Light District
Spain: La Catedral de Toledo, Madrid
Czech Republic: Castle District, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square
Morocco: Essaouira, Place Djemma El-Fna
United States: The Grand Canyon in Arizona, the Pacific Coast Highway in California, Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, Walt Disney World Resport in Florida, Oahu in Hawaii, the Art Institute of Chicago in Illinois, Cape Cod National Seashore in Massachusetts, East Hampton in New York, the Badlands and the Blackhills in South Dakota, Pike Place Market in Washington
Mexico: Acapulco Bay, Taxco
Puerto Rico: Old San Juan
Other places I have been and experiences I have loved (that aren't on this list!):
Swimming with stingrays in the Cayman Islands.
Spotting quetzals in the Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica.
Lounging in the hot springs underneath Volcan Arenal in La Fortuna Costa Rica.
Mountain climbing and rooftop relaxation in the blue medina of Chefchaouen Morocco.
Seeing the setting for the Sound of Music in Salzburg, Austria.
Walking down to our own private beach in Olbia, Sardinia (Italy).
Noting the proximity of the McDonalds to the 'isolated' mountain hotel from The Shining in Estes Park Colorado.
My plan is to add blogs about each of these trips retroactively, wish me luck!
Next trip planned: Nicaragua and Costa Rica 2012