If you could live anywhere....

United States
October 23, 2010 12:50pm CST
If you could live one place in the world where would you want to live? If I could live one place in the world I would want to live in France, its a beautiful country and the country of love. Plus it borders Italy, so if would be simple to go from one country to another. So where would you want to live?
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@maximax8 (27344)
• United Kingdom
24 Oct 10
I have traveled to more than fifty different countries in the world. I would be happy to move to Australia, New Zealand or the Cape region of South Africa. I know that Australia is the lucky country with a high standard of living. It has a beautiful landscape and unique wildlife that are lovely to see. Each home seems to have a large garden and there is plenty of space. New Zealand does have a stunning landscape and a similar sense of space. It has cooler weather though. I loved it in sunny Cape Town so it would be lovely to live near there. So my choices would be New South Wales, South Australia or Western Australia in Australia, Northland in New Zealand or near Cape Town in South Africa. I live in Europe and France used to be on my door step when I lived in Kent.
• United States
24 Oct 10
You are very luck that you've been able to travel to so many countries. You must also have a lot of knowledge about these countries.
@kel1483 (986)
• United States
23 Oct 10
My first choice of places to live, would be Chicago, Illinois. It is only about four hours from where I grew up. I like that it has a midwest vibe to it, yet it's a big city. It has tons of museums and things like that, as well as lots of live music and other entertainment. If I were to have to choose somewhere outside the US, I would pick Barcelona, Spain. I went there when I was sixteen and fell in love with the city. It's a big city, yet still has a small town feel to it. I love Las Ramblas and the subway system was really easy to use.
• United States
24 Oct 10
I've actually never been to Chicago. Everytime I was about to go something would come up, but Chicago is a beautiful, fun city to live in. Which I hope one day I can visit. I also never been to Spain but I'm hoping one day I'll be able to go and explore.
@choybel (5059)
• Philippines
23 Oct 10
I have never been to another country all my life, so I really have no idea how it feels to live outside my country. I am not complaining though, considering the low cost of living, the availability of many natural resources material-wise and scene-wise, and the simplicity of life, still, it is natural to dream of living somewhere else, somewhere new, but then again I ask myself, could I adapt to the weather and complexity of a new environment, say for example living in a busy city in Europe during winter time? Indeed I would want to visit so many countries to experience all the wonders they can offer but I believe I would still choose to live where I am now, Philippines, namely Zamboanga City.
• United States
24 Oct 10
If you've never been anywhere, and you would like too go, there are tons of cruises that are less than $100 per day which visit another country such as Mexico. A $100 may sound like a lot, but everything is included such as food, bedroom, travel, ect.