Where is the most exciting place you have ever visited and would you return?
Three summers ago, my wife and I rented a villa in Haut De Cagnes, France on the Rivera near Nice. Prior to our one month stay at the villa, we took a river cruise from the English Channel to Paris (one week), then a second cruise from Paris to Avignon (another week). From there we motored to Haut De Cagnes. While based in Haut De Cagnes, we took our own little excursions in our rental auto to Monaco, Gourdon, Grasse, Antibes, Caanes, St. Tropez, Eze, Cap Ferrat, Imperia, San Remo, Genoa, Portofino, and the five villages of the Cinque Terres. There are truly too many magnificent places on the French and Italian Riverias to mention, so I will just lump them all together - So my answer is that the most exciting place I've ever visited was The Riviera from St. Tropez on the west to the Cinque Terre on the East, and not only would I like to return, I would like to live there!
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.
Wow - smashing account of cities visited - can you relate some highlights? - what did you like best? what did she like best? where have you two gone since?
This is a tough one as my first thoughts were to our recent visits to Whitsundays also Horizontall Falls . However going from NZ on the Canberra to Australia - Dover England - to Calais France , Ireland - Venice - Rome - Paris -Cornwall - my home country Wales - San Francisco - I think I will say Europe and Yes I am planning to return next year to show my new husband how amazing it is there
Bangkok, Thailand was the most exciting place that I have ever visited. After visiting Bangkok for the first time in 1996, I was hooked on the country and people, and I finally retired in Thailand five years ago.
Paris....there's so much culture and it's just so beautiful!
Believe it or not, Washington D.C. Seeing everything I saw in books, on coins, on T.V. and in school, for real, was amazing. Everything seemed so big. And it was really neat to confirm in my mind that these things really existed. The amount of history in such a small area was overwhelming.
Philippines of course.. I always love this country. This is my place.
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