If I told you, then everyone would know and they'd all move there and then I wouldn't want to live there anymore... ;-)
I would like to live in New Jersey, again. Even though, I was the one who decided to come to Philly.
if i could live anywhere i would love to live on an island look out and see the blue ocean feel the cool brezze on me
I've lived just outside Philly all my life. I'd love to movie south. North Carolina would be heaven.
If I could live anywhere, my choice was to go wherever was always sunny and hot.
In Paradise, to many times I have heard about this place, I have been wondering how beautiful is there
Id' live somewhere warm. I'm currently living in Sweden and half of the time it's pretty cold.
Where I live now, in Los Angeles in great weather with access to the beach, mountains, and desert. Hollywood, Santa Monica, Malibu, Newport Beach, Mexico and Las Vegas on the doorstep. This is a great place to live, if you have the money to live well.
I would live on a lake with waterfront and a dock complete with a great view from the house. It would be some place that had four seasons so I could enjoy the emotional aspects of the different times of the year as I looked upon the water. There is something serene about all of that...a time to meditate and ponder life, a time for self-reflection. WB
It would have to be somewhere peaceful and green, meaning trees, grass and hills. It would have to be New Zealand or Norway
England or New Zealand. Beautiful places and I don't have to learn a new language!
Even though I live in the greatest city in the world, God's City, New York, I would love to live anywhere in New England because it is so bucolic and peaceful. I would also like to live in Toronto, Canada and Buffalo, New York. I do not know why I said this because I am not completely inured to frigid weather.
New England or Hudson Valley in the Fall
Hawaii in the Winter
Colorado in the Spring and Summer
Abroad for the quiet life = Lake Como, Italy
Abroad for the high life = Paris
States for the active life = Boulder, Colorado
States for the party life = San Diego
Folly Beach SC I love it and hope to retire there someday...
If we're asking about a place:
US: Greensboro, NC
Global: Madrid, Spain
I live in NC, and I love it here. I am currently in school at Wilmington, and this is a great place to live. I Love the beach. I would love to have a house overlooking the beach/ocean. that would be amazing.
Not to live, but I want to visit places like Alaska, Hawaii, The Bahamas, Whales, France, Italy, and Australia.
If I could live anywhere,it would only be my country India. I would prefer a serene locale in the himalayan ranges in the indian summers and shift to Goa during winters!
Anywhere where I could be close to my loved ones. I don't care if it in a dessert or frozen snowfield, as long as I'm with them, it's paradise.
Normally I would say right here in Iowa, but since we just got that blizzard, I'm thinking Florida. Looks like Florida might be the only state that is not in the path of this storm
I would like to live in Sweden, as I do now but only during summer season! In the winter I would love to live in a better and warmer climate, anywhere where it is warm! In that way I could have it all!
Some Greek islands are absolutely spectacular. Look up pictures on Google if you have the chance!
Being French I would live In the south of France.
Or any where else as long as it is warmer than the uk
and europeen country.
Does "living" nowhere (having no permanent residence) but getting to travel everywhere I've wanted to count?
If not, I've always heard good things about Australia. Boulder, CO isn't too bad either.
I'd live in an island. Perhaps in the Caribbean. I love the beach and I love West Indian foods.
I would love to give Australia a go, I here everyone is happy in Australia.
I'd like to live on an island of some sort - but it has to have WI-fi(we can all dream, right?)
In a TAX " FREE " nation, with palm trees, sandy beaches,
Hang on, It's just a dream. i guess in my home where I pay TAX's for some one else to go vacation
Somewhere hot, sunny, earthquake and snow free. Happyville, USA, sounds good to me.
I've several places in mind, but right now, Europe has my heart.
by Veronica 6 years ago
If you could live anywhere else in the world, where would you live and why?I would choose somewhere in Europe, possibly Spain or Italy. If I must stay in the U.S then any state where it is warm year round!
by Rosie Rose 6 years ago
Do you like where you are living now? If not, where do you want to live?
by ThatFatGuy 7 years ago
If you could pick one place on this planet to live on where would that be? The Caribbeans, in the Ocean, inside a volcano, or in the branches of a tree! Anywhere, just tell why
by horatio2398 6 years ago
If you could live anywhere in the world for one year, where would it be?Also, please tell 3 or more reasons why, and maybe even what you would learn there.
by tksensei 8 years ago
But not where you live now.
by Disappearinghead 5 years ago
Question to Americans; would you recommend America as a good place to live to a European?I've lived in the UK for most of my life and seen much of Western Europe, which due to the European Union with its harmonised laws, business, and lifestyles, is pretty much the same all over. My wife and I have...
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