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If You Could Travel Anywhere In The World, Where Would It Be?

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I'm a travel fiend. Junkie, even. Exploring cultures, languages, history, architecture, art, geography, food and so on fascinates me to no end. So, if you were able to travel anywhere, where would you choose and why?

Although not exactly celiac friendly (but that is not the point here), my current picks would be Israel and Jordan, followed by Egypt for the above reasons. I would somehow like to get off the beaten path at times, though, as I dislike crowds. And no resorts for me, please.

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Spain, Portugal and France (barge trip down the Canal du Midi), Scotland, Ireland, Wales. Devon and Cornwall,Italy, Greek islands cruise (some of these are repeats) and now that you have talked about it so much, Croatia. I am not into adventure travel - I leave that for the younger ones, and do not get any kicks out of going to dangerous countries. I am starting to sound my age :P

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I was just thinking about this! I would go to India. After that, China and Japan. Growing up here in the States, I really notice the lack of history (and yes, I've been to Mesa Verde and other Native American sites). So places, such as India, with such an ancient culture that has stood for so long, absolutely fascinate me! One day!

-Daisy

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Antarctica.

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New Zealand, Galapagos Islands, Australia, Ireland and Hawaii. In that order.

Although from pictures I have seen of NZ once I got there I might never come back.

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China, Korea or Malaysia. Of course, I want to go places that would be very hard to travel and stay gluten-free. :ph34r: If I could MOVE anywhere in the world, even for just a few years I would go to Australia or Ireland. :)

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Spain, Portugal and France (barge trip down the Canal du Midi), Scotland, Ireland, Wales. Devon and Cornwall,Italy, Greek islands cruise (some of these are repeats) and now that you have talked about it so much, Croatia. I am not into adventure travel - I leave that for the younger ones, and do not get any kicks out of going to dangerous countries. I am starting to sound my age :P

From your list we have yet to go to Spain and Ireland.

If I were to do a Top 10 (make that 11) it would be:

1. Israel

2. Egypt (not at the moment, though!)

3. Turkey

4. Ireland

5. Romania

6. Lithuania

7. Hungary

8. Bulgaria

9. Poland

10. Estonia

11. Slovakia

We've been to many countries but have so many more as well! We have found the further east in Europe we travel (other than the UK) the more we love it. It becomes more real and far less commercialized. I love hearing Croatian and very little English, for example. We really enjoy being totally immersed in the culture - no impersonal hotels but B&Bs for us.

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Australia, NZ, Belize, India, Brazil

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Ireland and Italy because I am Irish and my husband is Italian. :)

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New Zealand, Galapagos Islands, Australia, Ireland and Hawaii. In that order.

Although from pictures I have seen of NZ once I got there I might never come back.

Alas, it is hard to live on scenery alone :D And you would need to like lamb :lol:

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Scotland , my grandmother was born there .

Ireland.

New Zealand because I have heard that it is amazing beautiful there.

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Heck, if money were no object, I'd like a private jet to avoid the hassles of getting to and from the airport and not be packed like a sardine in coach (I got spoiled when my daughter was a flight attendant and I could normally get either business class or first class).

When that happens, I'm sure I'll find lots of places to go. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Scotland, for sure.

Scotland was my first international trip and I've been back many times since. In fact, a piece of my heart was left behind there! Believe me - it is even more awesome than a person can possibly fathom.

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