Is there a dream location that you aspire to visit?

A city, a country, or just a spot in the world?

Or have you been there too briefly and want to be there again?

#1

Wales. Where singing is the national past time!
Especially men's choirs/groups.

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8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

During Covid, we could only sing together by leaving messages on each other's answer-phones. We called ourselves the Welsh VoiceMail choir...

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    #2

    New Zealand.

    I think I'd have to spend a year there to soak it all in, but it would be worth it.

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    #3

    japan cuz its so pretty. also its pretty advanced compared to the rest of the world and i would like to experience that firsthand.

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    #4

    Rome, for the art and the history.

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    #5

    It's a tie between Italy and Greece; I want to see ancient ruins, eat the awesome food, see the art and architecture... I couldn't possibly pick one over the other.

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    #6

    I’d love to go back to Istanbul and explore it some more, and see the rest of Türkiye too

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    Richard Graham
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    8 months ago (edited) DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    Istanbul was Constantinople Now it's Istanbul, not Constantinople. So, take me back to Constantinople No, you can't go back to Constantinople Been a long time gone, Constantinople Why did Constantinople get the works? That's nobody's business but the Turks

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    #7

    Antarctica. I want to go to South Georgia as well.

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    #8

    Thailand. For the FOOD!!!!!!! I could live there the rest of my life just to be able to have authentic Thai food. Thanks to my friend’s Thai wife for making me real Thai food. OMG, now I am hungry

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    J S
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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    100% agree - I've never eaten as well every day, every meal as I did in Thailand.

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    #9

    Greece! I love the myths and want to visit the temples!

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    #10

    I want to go to Iceland, and see all the geothermically heated homes and lakes.

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    #11

    The UK, especially Ireland! Lots of family history there I love the accents and it just seems like a really cool place to visit.

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    Pedantic, but Ireland isn't part of the UK. As someone who lived through many IRA bombings, I felt it's worth mentioning as they certainly feel strongly about it.

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    #12

    Tokyo, Osaka and Nara. I've been to Hokkaido aka the northern countryside area of Japan so it's time to hit the city/park side of Nihon.

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    #13

    I wanna go to Neverland.

    It’s just plain stupid that magic doesn’t actually exist so that’s not an option

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    #14

    Belgium, for the culture, the history - and THE BEER!!!

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    #15

    Alaska!
    During the winter, I wanna be away from all the people, just me and the sky....

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    Asked my classmate whether he was gonna date the new girl at school. He said, " alaska".

    #16

    Key West and the Ernest Hemmingway House because 6 toed cats!!! and the people that keep them safe during hurricanes!

    Twice we've had reservations. The second time Irma destroyed the hotel we were going to stay at. Will get there some day.

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    The Keys will ruin the rest of the Caribbean for you! They're priceless! Safe, domestic (if you're in the US - so no language, currency, or corruption issues), no locals trying to scam you or sell you junk everywhere. Definitely take the time to visit Dry Tortuga and the Mel Fisher (treasure hunter) museum! The beaches are generally rocky unless artificial, but amazing scuba/snorkeling and fishing!

    #17

    Bali. I realise it's a tourist hell-hole, and I'm not even one for the beach, but a running family joke is that as soon as we win the lottery we're all going to Bali as it's the epitome of white sand, blue water, away from phones and stuff. So I'd like to go to Bali.

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    Only Kuta, Uluwatu and Seminyak are very touristy. the rest is fine. Ubud, Sanur, etc. I stayed in Nusa Dua.

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    #18

    Either a return to the Scandinavian countries (when I can stay longer than one day at each) or a tour of some Asian countries (Japan, Korea, Vietnam).

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    #19

    Either Britain to swim with basking sharks or scuba diving in the Carribean

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    I wouldn't swim in British waters at the moment if I were you... Pretty much a cesspit since Brexit removed all the water safety regulations.

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    #20

    There is a beach with an epic reef tucked into a bay on Oahu. I went and snorkeled there for hours when I was 12 or so. It was like swimming around in an aquarium, and I saw pufferfish, clown fish, a barracuda, rays, small sharks, and endless colorful corral. I want to go back, to freshen my memory of the place, because it was nothing short of glorious!

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    Hawaii fun. Surfed oahu...pretty small. Waves larger on the north shore....hard breakin', i tell yuh

    #21

    DC, I've been a few times, but every single time I want to spend more time there. I still haven't gotten to do some of the stuff that would be common, like a tour of Congress or something lol

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    #22

    Macchu Pichu. I've actually been there, but everybody should. Its amazing.

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    #23

    Normally, I'd say Crete or similar, but I'm going with every house of every online friend in the world ----- covering Europe, the Americas, maybe even get to Australia. Just want to see the people who mean something to me, more than the buildings or monuments.

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    This is an absolutely lovely sentiment! You clearly know what's truly important in this life, and I hope you get to do this very soon.

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    #24

    Ireland since it's part of my heritage. I've seen it in pictures but to experience it in person would be a dream come true.

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    #25

    I'm absolutely not the traveling type, but I one day hope to visit South Korea because my partner told me he dreams of taking me there to see his homeland

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    8 months ago (edited) DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    I would love to go there, it's a gorgeous country. Corny I know but I would love to go to all the zoo's and Everland!

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    #26

    I want to visit the UK SO BADLY. The history is just calling me!
    Any ideas for what I should do if I go?

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    Cornwall (about as south west as you can get) would be my choice. So many myths, legends and history in that county alone. Gorgeous scenery too.

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    #27

    Iceland, Ireland, and New Zealand! I've already been to most of western/central Europe, Canada, north Africa, the Levant, SE Asia, China, Japan, central America, and Australia. And loved almost all of it, but never managed to make it to those three! Tbh, I want to see it all, but many of the places I want to visit aren't going to be practical in the near future (e.g. Iran, much of central Africa).

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    You went to most of western/central Europe and missed out on Ireland? Get yourself back there!

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    #28

    Alaska, I would get sled dogs

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    #29

    Maho Beach in Sint Maarten. I specifically want to go because of the airplanes that land right next to the beach, they literally right above your head. I have a fascination with airplanes so this would just be amazing to me. I'm hoping to go for my 40th birthday next year.

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    #30

    Surprisingly I've not been to Saturn yet.

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    #31

    Nebrasca, USA. Just found a few days a go that it's the less visited state by tourists. Some of their logos: "Famous for out flat, boring landscape", "Lucky for you, there's nothing to do here", "Nothing but fly-over country".

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    #32

    The Grand Egyptian Museum once it is fully open. If I had to leave now it would be Xi'an, China to see terracotta warriors.

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    #33

    Northwest America (Alaska, Yukon, BC, Washington - that corner). It's two countries, but I've been to BC twice before and my heart yearns for more.

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    #34

    I'd love to visit Pangaea and meet a few dinosaurs.

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    #35

    I'd love to see The Rosetta Stone again. When I saw it, I had just read about it in school, and was incredibly excited to see it. I stood in amazement and stared, considering the Stone's history. I'd also like to go back to Windsor Castle. It was the first castle I'd ever seen, and I would've loved more time to see Queen Anne's Dollhouse. I remember being utterly enchanted by the miniature books!

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    #36

    Miami. Despite the fact that I hate hot, sticky weather.... I know weird, but it's on my bucket list.

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    8 months ago (edited) DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    I used to live in Fort Lauderdale, really enjoyed the beaches, fishing, nightlife and little lizards everywhere. I really missed the seasonal weather changes and flora and fauna of the Northeastern U.S. though. Won't be going back though, not even for a visit as long as that douche Desantis is the governor.

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    #37

    Siberia. I guess I read to much Jules Verne as a 13yrs old. I want to see the vast tundra without modern cities.

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    Argh now I have the opening song of the 'Michel Strogoff' cartoon in my head

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    #38

    I can sing johnny cash's song "i've been everywhere, man"...well, ok, partly true.
    Traveled by car in all 50 states, many of them with frau n fam.
    Traveled in austria, germany (spotlessly clean everywhere in Germany!), switzerland, france, spain with bro- in- law
    .....will never 4get!

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    #39

    i basically know dutch

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    Everyone in the Netherlands switches to English anyway when they hear it's not your mother tongue...

    #40

    The South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano, Italy
    It is the home of Otzi the icemans and his gear. I am a huge fanboy for Otzi even having copies of some of his tattoos.

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    #41

    Antarctica. Penguins. I want to make a sail trip of 2 months with a tallship from 1912.

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    #42

    Prague, to see the Astronomical Clock!

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    #43

    Russia....
    Not now obvi but i luv snow and what ive seen and heard russia is beautiful and filled with snow :]

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    8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

    If you want to visit a Slavic country go to Ukraine. Give them your tourist dollars. There are lots of beautiful places on earth, but not every country is going to use the money you give them to kill children by bombing schools and hospitals.

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