If you could travel back in time, which time period would you like to visit?
When Jesus walked. So I could walk with Him and talk with Him on a face to face basis.
The 17th or 18th centuries, because I love the fashion, furniture, art and architecture from that period.
Back to this morning so I could find my keys and leave on time...
Prohibition era.. So I can check out the speakeasys and flapper fashion.
I love history, but if I could return to an earlier time to relive it, I would return to my own time. If I could take today's knowledge with me, I'd do things a little different,
If I could only visit without being present, then I'd go back to my great-grandmother's childhood to visit the roots of my history. To go back to man's earliest time would be for the curiosity, but what a burden it would be to carry the experience with you, as you could never offer proof of what historical errors you might realize.
At the time Jesus was killed and resurrected, so I could see if hes the real deal. If it was a lookalike, I'd punch him in the stomach
I would like to travel back to the year 2612 before colonization of the Andromeda galaxy and discovery of sentient life on this galaxy's third planet from the Sun.
I would love to have met George Washington or Abraham Lincoln. To be able to actually see them in action must have been really something.
assuming I could return, I would travel to the day before the biggest lottery drawing and buy a ticket for the iwnning number.
I would give just about anything to be around when the pyramids were being built and to witness just how amazing that feat truly was.
At the moment of the big bang. To witness the greatest beauty of the universe, and die. So I only have that memory with me.
I would like to visit the Medieval period. I love the clothing and the way they lived.
I would love to go back to my life in school. From the 1990s to 2000, beautiful decade. I would not like to go down to the era that I haven't seen as I had all good memories to re-live.
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