What is that one single place that you have traveled to and would like to visit

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  1. learner365 profile image67
    learner365posted 12 years ago

    What is that one single place that you have traveled to and would like to visit back again and why ?

  2. Word Caddy profile image59
    Word Caddyposted 12 years ago

    A few years ago I visited Paris and had the opportunity to see and visit all the best sights, including going to the top of the Eiffel Tower, into Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Musee D'Orsay, Palace of Versailles and much, much more. I would dearly love to go back and spend even more time doing the same things, as before felt like only a brief glimpse.

  3. Kathleen Cochran profile image77
    Kathleen Cochranposted 12 years ago

    The Amalfi Coast in Italy - absolutely. It is simply beautiful from every view.  And Italian food?  No explanation is necessary if you have ever had one bite!

  4. nifwlseirff profile image94
    nifwlseirffposted 12 years ago

    I have a few places that I have travelled to that I want to return to.

    I only spent a few days in New Zealand, in the northern island, but it left me craving for more. The landscape is wonderful, so green and lush. The wildnerness reminded me a little of Australia, but less barren, cooler, greener, more fertile, and younger. I really want to visit Middle Earth (the southern island), as the Lord of the Rings / Hobbit are my favourite books (and made into such good movies with incredible location shots from around New Zealand).

    I have spent quite a bit of time in Japan, both as a tourist and a worker. While I wouldn't want to return and live/work there, as a tourist I love it. My favourite place is Nikko, in Tochigi prefecture. Again, it is completely picturesque throughout the year, although the main shrines are quite expensive to gain access to. The 'wild' areas around the shrines are wonderful to hike and ski through, and the waterfalls are beautiful. 
    I also want to visit Kakunodate (a small town near Morioka in the north of Japan), Kyoto, Hirosaki (far north on the main island), and Hakodate again. I didn't spend enough time there to experience the foods, take in all of the sights and hike through the surrounding areas.
    I leave it a few years before I return to Japan - for reconstruction to continue, services to resume, and the food situation to stabilise and become clearer (a lot of fruit / rice available comes from Fukushima prefecture, and the foodstuffs grown on the east coast often has unsafe radiation levels). But I certainly will return - it's a stop-over between my current country and my family.

  5. Claudia Tello profile image68
    Claudia Telloposted 12 years ago

    I have a general policy of not going back to places I have already been to. There are so many incredible places and things to see in this world that I am not going to see them all (or at least as much as possible) if I keep going back to the same places; besides, I find the second time not so thrilling.
    The one and only exception to this rule is Gili Trawangan in Indonesia, an amazingly beautiful and hospitable tinny little island that is just the perfect place to me.

  6. claptona profile image63
    claptonaposted 12 years ago

    Tikal, great site, massive at 250 sq. miles. Tons to see in the middle of a jungle - pyramids, wild animals, base for a large Mayan experience.
      I'd go back there any time and spend weeks exploring.

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    Poetic Foolposted 12 years ago

    Prague.  It is such a beautiful city with so much history and culture.  The people are wonderful.  I can't wait to visit again!

  8. Kris Heeter profile image70
    Kris Heeterposted 12 years ago

    Kenya.  My brother lived there for several years and we had the opportunity to visit and go on a safari.  The safari was amazing!

  9. Blond Logic profile image92
    Blond Logicposted 12 years ago

    For me it would have to be Germany. I was there very briefly en~route to somewhere else. I was so impressed by Cologne I would love to return and see more.

  10. shampa sadhya profile image77
    shampa sadhyaposted 12 years ago

    Goa in India where I would love to visit again. I enjoy sea, to have some more experience of that spot as well as I want to relive the past moment as it was wonderful with many special friends.

  11. lburmaster profile image74
    lburmasterposted 12 years ago

    Paris. The beautiful buildings, gorgeous people, pleasent and simple lifestyle.

  12. ithabise profile image74
    ithabiseposted 12 years ago

    Tough one but it is definitely Paris. Photos don't capture the romance of that city...the place is itself a love affair. I'd give anything to spend as much time in the Louvre as I could possibly have. Further, there are so many amazing museums there. Strangely, something I really enjoyed doing was strolling alongside the Seine. There was something so peaceful about it. I'd also want to picnic on the Champs de Mars.

    My second choice would be Tokyo. That is one place everyone must experience!

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    fordieposted 12 years ago

    Mexico - because it was my first real taste of exotic travel and the experience that woke me up to the wider world

  14. moiragallaga profile image78
    moiragallagaposted 12 years ago

    Actually, there are many places I would like to visit back again. But if I had to choose one, it would be Madrid. Beautiful city, rich in culture and with many excellent places to explore and admire. Aside from the wonderful experience and enjoyable time I had in Madrid, a primary reason why I would want to visit back again is because my family wasn't with me the time I visited. I want to go back there and enjoy that experience again, but this time with my husband and our son.

  15. tirelesstraveler profile image59
    tirelesstravelerposted 12 years ago

    My only problem is I always want to go back to every place.  But at this time in my life think Palau beacons me.  To see what has become of the school we visited there many years ago.  To gaze on the skirted island and scuba dive would be wonderful.

  16. DeborahWoehr profile image57
    DeborahWoehrposted 12 years ago

    Sedona, Arizona. I love the scenery and the artist community.

  17. trinatea profile image60
    trinateaposted 12 years ago

    It would be hard to pick just one as each place I have traveled connected me to wonderful people I would love to see again! But one of my most favorite places would have to be Rarotonga, Cook Islands. It's still one of the most beautifully undiscovered paradise in the South Pacific and rich with culture and love. The people of Rarotonga are full of life and laughter and truly enjoy eating and relating. You realize quickly what it means to live on island time in Rarotonga as watches and schedules are irrelevant. One of the most peaceful, beautiful and relaxing places I have been.

  18. athena2011 profile image57
    athena2011posted 12 years ago

    Ireland. I was too young when we first went and didn't appreciate it so would love to revisit.

  19. THEHuG5 profile image60
    THEHuG5posted 12 years ago

    I would love to visit Mykonos, Greece again. It was the most beautiful place I've ever seen.

  20. Peggy W profile image95
    Peggy Wposted 11 years ago

    Hard to imagine such stunning beauty in one place, but Montreux has that & so much more!  See photos & videos. read more

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    shahirslmn87posted 11 years ago

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