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Where is the most exciting place you have ever visited and would you return?


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moonfairy says

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    freecampingaussie 4 years ago

    That is high on my list as I loved Paris but need longer to explore . We spent more time in the French countryside.

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    Sam Graham (samnashy) 4 years ago

    Wow, what a move. I love Bangkok too. I've only been once in 1999 but would love to return one day.

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    Sam Graham (samnashy) 4 years ago

    Good for you. I've never been there, but maybe one day. Who knows?

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    Sam Graham (samnashy) 4 years ago

    My husband would agree. He loves, loves the US and American history. He swears its more interesting than UK history. It does sound a great place and I'm sure I will get to visit. thanks for sharing

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Joseph Franklin Dunkin Jr (J. Frank Dunkin) says

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    Sam Graham (samnashy) 4 years ago

    It sounds idyllic. I spent most of my life in the UK but haven't visited the French Rivera, maybe one day! Hope your dream comes true and thanks for sharing.


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    Sam Graham (samnashy) 4 years ago

    I can assume you're well travelled? Sounds as though you've had some great adventures. I love Europe too and miss the close proximity of all the countries. Have fun next year.

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