I love to travel - see new things, visit historic locations and beautiful places. The only small downside to those kinds of vacations is that you usually spend so much time sightseeing that you don't get to relax all that much.

Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love to go on once in a lifetime type vacations. But, usually when it's all over, you're kind of exhausted.

Sometimes, the best kind of vacation is the kind where you don't do anything.

Whether it's going to the beach and just sitting in the sand or renting a cottage in the woods and falling asleep to the sounds of nature, sometimes the best thing to do for vacation is not to do anything at all.

Of course, it is possible to mix the two, go somewhere exotic and just relax. But I feel like if you're going to spend the time and money to go somewhere that you may never be able to go again, you should make the most of your time there and see as much as you can.

So, if you had to choose just one type of vacation, which would it be - lots of cool, once in a lifetime type sightseeing or a whole lot of nothing and just relaxing?