If you could live anywhere....

United States
June 29, 2008 2:26pm CST
where would you live? Which country? What type of area? A beach? The mountains? I would live in South America somewhere...definetly on the beach.
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• United States
29 Jun 08
i would love to live in Ecuador. I've heard that it stays around 70-80 all year round. it rains sometimes. i don't mind that. But its eternal spring there. Its not hot like everyone makes it seem since its @ the Equator. Domestically? I
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@irishidid (8521)
• United States
29 Jun 08
Ireland of course!
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@cjgrooms (4456)
• United States
29 Jun 08
Alaska. Not in the bigger towns but out where you need a plane to come and go. I would spend my time watching all the wild life and NOT BEING HOT!
• United States
30 Jun 08
DFN, LMAO!!!!! I would love to see the northern lights though. I bet they are amazing.
• United States
30 Jun 08
LMAO....I just realized I put this discussion under the Fruit interest....hahahahahaha
@cjgrooms (4456)
• United States
30 Jun 08
During the 6mo. of light i could just go further in and get away from it!
• United States
29 Jun 08
I love the city so that's where I would like to live if we could afford it. I would like to live in Rome, Italy, Florence, Milan, or Venice for awhile because I wouldn't need a car and just travel by walking. I also lived in New York City for 3 years and I loved it. I didn't need a car. My only complaint is is that it's just too crowded and people are rude. I also lived in Paris, France with my boyfriend (now husband) for 1 month. He was working there at that time. Women in France are sooo skinny! I was envious. It's because they walk everywhere and they can eat whatever they want. I wish we had alot more pedestrian friendly places in the United States so it motivates people to walk more than take their cars.
• United States
29 Jun 08
I agree, I walk everywhere and it has helped me alot, but I think it is true that Americans are lazy. We don't walk because we want to get everywhere fast so we use cars.
• United States
29 Jun 08
Yeah for years now I've made an effort to walk more. Like for example, I don't take the drive thru in fast food restaurants anymore. I park my car far away from grocery stores and retail stores so it forces me to walk. I don't waste my time trying to find a parking space. It is easier if I park my car the furthest. I take the stairs instead of elevators. I live close to Princeton, NJ and the downtown area is pedestrian friendly so we walk there often.
@joliefille (3696)
• Philippines
30 Jun 08
If I could live anywhere I would be in Vancouver, British Columbia. Living in the city is just fine with me. Yeah I was wondering why I saw this topic under fruit. Lol. Perhaps you were hungry at the time you posted this or craving for a fruit. Hehe.
• United States
30 Jun 08
LMAO...maybe I was hungry, you know for some reason, alot of people say they want to move to Canada, why is that? Is the weather good? I know that the medical insurance is great, but what else does Canada have to offer? I'm not insulting Canada, I just don't know to much about it, and I always thought it was cold there.
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
5 Jul 08
I would remain in Missouri. We have talked about buying property in Arizona and visit on a regular basis but keep our home here. Our youngest daughter lives in Arizona and I miss her something terrible. She has our only grandkids also. My husband has a thriving business here and he can't leave. He's not close to retiring yet. We also have 2 kids who live in Missouri. So my answer would be to continue to live in the USA in Missouri. If I wanted to live near a beach in a different part of the country it would be Maui, Hawaii. It's just gorgeous.
• Indonesia
29 Jun 08
I love where I live right now, where I have my families and friends. But I would love to travel around the world and know other countries. But I would always like to come home to my country.
@teison2 (5924)
• Norway
29 Jun 08
There are many beautiful places and countries that would be great to live in. But being from Norway I feel most at home here in the end. I would like to live by the fjord close to the capital, Oslo. I'd like a three bedroom house with a kitchen/living-room and two bathrooms. It should be a bit secluded and have a private small pier. It should have lots of wildflowers around it. If possible I'd like to have a second home though for when the winter here gets to awful. One on Crete. The south coast. in a small genuine village with little tourists.
@jephone (118)
• Canada
29 Jun 08
A place is peaceful.
29 Jun 08
well i am very patriotic to my home country of england but i have always had a desire to visit and maybe live in canada, now this is not just because owen hart lived there altho i am a biggggggg fan of his lol but my ex partner went there with the army for 3 months and he said it was fantastic and he showed me the photos and it looked so lovely