Destination may refer to:

  • Destination a physical location one may journey or travel to
  • Destination (disco group)
  • Destination (Eloy album)
  • Destination (Ronan Keating album)
  • Destination (FictionJunction Yuuka album)
  • Destination (game), a board game
  • Destination, SS501's last album for 2010

Other articles related to "destination":

List Of Wedding Ceremony Participants - Wedding Types - Destination Wedding
... Not to be confused with an elopement, a destination wedding is one in which a wedding is hosted, often in a vacation-like setting, at a location to which most of the invited guests must travel ... During the recession of 2009, destination weddings continued to see growth compared to traditional weddings, as the typically smaller size results in lower costs ...
Convoy ON 67 - Ships in Convoy
... U-587 24 Feb Belinda (1939) 8,325 GRT destination West Indies Consuelo (1937) 4,847 GRT general cargo destination New York City survived this convoy and convoy HX 228 Cristales (1926) 5,389 GRT carried convoy vice ...
Chronicles II - Track Listing
... Ra) "Voyager of the Future Race" - 628 (from Ra) "Fire Ice" - 509 (from Destination) "Call of the Wild" - 700 (from Destination) "Prisoner in Mind" - 426 (from Destination) "Eclipse ...
Lijiang City - Old Town
... The Old Town has fast become a destination for young Chinese artists, students, and adventurers ... Most recently, it has become a favored Spring Break destination for students ... so there is a definite push to make the destination one for all tastes and not just young adventurers ...
List Of Tol Concerts - Mini-concert in Thailand - Solo Mini-concert
... May 4, 2008 Free Concert at Underground Shop MetroMall June 8, 2008 The Destination at Karafun June 22, 2008 The Destination Before Sydney - After Beijing at Karafun September 21 ...

Famous quotes containing the word destination:

    If we are always arriving and departing, it is also true that we are eternally anchored. One’s destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things.
    Henry Miller (1891–1980)

    They wear their godhead lightly.
    They look out from their hill and say,
    To themselves, “We have nowhere to go but down;
    The great destination is to stay.”
    William Dewitt Snodgrass (b. 1926)

    Nothing can have as its destination anything other than its origin. The contrary idea, the idea of progress, is poison.
    Simone Weil (1909–1943)