For our tenth anniversary, my wife and I went to London and Paris for nine days in April. She just finally finished a cool online photo book about it, if you're interested. (It's a little heavy on photos of yours truly, but Ann took most of the photos...)
It really was the best trip I've ever been on in my life, and I'm grateful we got the chance. It was great to just be with my sweetie pie, with no kids. Life has been a bit stressful and busy since we got back, and now I'm hoping we can go on another kid-free vacation next year.
It's Ann's twentieth-anniversary reunion in her Hong Kong mission next year, so I'm hoping we can afford to go there. I love traveling in Asian countries, and I'd love to be shown Hong Kong by someone who really knows it. (My second-best trip in my life was visiting Taiwan for ten days as an Ensign reporter, spending time in five cities and getting to know local people in their homes.)