Where would you live

United States
March 23, 2011 3:30pm CST
If you had to live in another country other than your own, where would it be? I myself would probably pick either London or Spain. I am American, my parents are Cuban American and while I speak 100 % fluent Spanish I would have to say that I would either live in London or Spain, because I feel that it would be easier to get accustomed to. What about you where would you pick to live.
12 responses
@yopyyop (188)
• Romania
23 Mar 11
I would like to live in United States of America. There is the place where your dreams becomes true. You can make your own business and live happy until you get old and then go in an exotic island.
@Madmax73 (280)
• Romania
23 Mar 11
You really believe in the American dream?
@AdalieM (1135)
• United States
6 Apr 11
I think I would be happy somewhere around in Canada or Germany. Canada because is close to the US-where my family lives. Germany, well, for some reason I am obsesses with their culture (ways) their language is pretty neat, most people think that they sound angry, but to me they sound exciting.
@Suzieqmom (2763)
• United States
27 Mar 11
My husband and I have already decided that if we get the opportunity to move to another country, it would be Italy. We have some relatives there, and I speak a little Italian, and we love the people, the climate, the history, and all of the culture that surrounds you everywhere in that beautiful country. Plus there's the food. . .best in the world, in my opinion! Hopefully we will get to live there one day. . .
@Paragon (19)
• United States
27 Mar 11
I would love to live in Italy or Spain. They are both beautiful countries with lots of sights and scenery, and, compared to America, they both have an amazing exotic feeling to them.
@maximax8 (28570)
• United Kingdom
27 Mar 11
I live in my home country which is called England and it is situated in Europe. I like tropical weather so I would love to live in Belize and it is an English speaking country situated in Central America. It would be so relaxing to live on Caye Caulker an island in the Caribbean Sea. When I was in my twenties I dreamed of emigrating to Australia. I loved the better weather, the sense of space, the great outdoor lifestyle and the higher standard of living. I had a working holiday visa for Australia when I was 20. I really had felt very at home in Australia. It wasn't to be though and staying in my home country my opportunities for traveling to foreign countries have been excellent. The second time I visited Australia was at 28 years old and then I went to New Zealand at age 29 years old for a visit. I liked it there but I thought in the winter it would be too cold. I also talked to ex-pats and they standard of living had gone down. Though at the start they had felt wealthier than they had in the UK. They had a nicer lifestyle though they couldn't afford foreign travel.
• Philippines
26 Mar 11
I would also probably choose Spain since I have Spanish blood. I am familiar with the language although I'm not as fluent as you. I learned a few words and phrases from my mom who is 100% fluent in Spanish. Another place is Tuscany. I have a book about it. It's such a beautiful place...peaceful and romantic.
• Philippines
26 Mar 11
I would love to live in London,Milan,or Rome.I love London.they have picturesque sights amidst these growing technology.I love Milan because it's like fashion week everyday.people dress creatively.I love Rome because it is a historic place.I would love to see The Colosseum everyday.
@Jlyn10 (10916)
• Malaysia
25 Mar 11
I've always liked to visit Australia or New Zealand. It's such a peaceful country. I think it's a nice place to live in.
@Torunn (2810)
• Norway
24 Mar 11
Depends a big on why I had to move, the London or somewhere else in the UK doesn't sound too bad. Of course, going straight over the border to Sweden or Finland would probably make more sense as it's more similar to Norway. Except for the language in Finland of course, but then I can swear in Finish so I'd survive :-) Or I'd like to go back to Vienna. I studied there for 5 semesters and would love to go back for some months or years, not just on holiday.
24 Mar 11
if permitted, id like to live somewhere in europe. maybe in scotland or ireland. I dont know why, but i think people there are friendly in a way. im not saying that people in other places are not friendly, i just want to know how to live in those kinds of places.
@Madmax73 (280)
• Romania
23 Mar 11
I would live in the woods! As deep in the woods as it gets. Don't care what country:D
@ElicBxn (60894)
• United States
23 Mar 11
I'm also from the U.S. and while I might not mind living in Victoria B.C. (Canada) if I have to be further than that, than England. I would LOVE to live someplace like Greece or Italy, because of the ruins, but I have enough trouble with ENGLISH and its my native tongue!