If you could travel anywhere in the world for one week, all expenses paid for, where would you go?
Italy the food is good, lifestyle is smoothing and exploring the sites
I would like to visit the United States of America because I have never been there. I would like to go where the Grand Canyon is.
Antarctica for a good old chill...
better even: spending a winter in a reserch station
I Prefer Sri Lanka and my Second choice will be Cambodia.
An Alaskan cruise or Hawaii. :0)...if the all-expense-paid part includes my husband and daughter, too.
Which way round? Alaska first to get chilled out and then Hawaii to get warmed up again? - Lots of nubile young women, but watch out for their boyfriends or dads!
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Are you only asking about the present - or is it possible that the past and future included?
The Galapagos Islands - here the wildlife is unique but also unafraid of humans, so one can get really close to take photographs. Therefore, it is one of the best places in the world for nature photography, (two of my interests), and somewhere one can 'do' in a week. But - it's also very expensive, so the 'all expenses paid' tag makes it Number One for me!
Starting off with the ferry crossing from Hull or Felixstowe to Esbjerg, look around from north to south in Jylland (Jutland), maybe down as far as Flensburg, (which was Danish territory until the Prussians marched into the area in 1865) and have a look at what's left of Hedeby.
From Jylland to Fyn (Funen) to look around Odense before going on to Sjaelland (Sealand/Zealand), to Roskilde for a look at the ancient capitals Lejre and Hroarskilde (the original Roskilde, see Saga of Hrolf Kraki).
If funds allow, cross to Bornholm (orig. Borgundarholm, where the Burgundians came from), and on to SW Sweden to look around Skaane, Halland and Gotaland, originally part of the Kingdom of Denmark until the later middle ages.
A look at southern Norway before going on to the Faeroerne/Foeroyar (Faeroes). They still live in homes their great ancestors built with stone walls and turf rooves as they did on Orkney, Sjetland (Shetland) and Ljodhus (Lewis) before returning via Katanes (Caithness) and Sudrland (Sutherland).
Cork, Dublin, Limerick, Waterford and Wexford were founded by the Danes in the 10th Century, and the trip finishes at Jorvik (York) with a visit to the Jorvik Viking Centre and the Jorvik Viking Festival in mid-February.
Well I will love to go to Europe, don't know which country of Europe I would love to visit the most, probably instead I would love to travel throughout Europe and see all of the friends I have made and cannot see due to living in another continent.
I would love to stay in a castle and explore the weird side of London, go to some ghost tours, go to stone hedge and then finish it off with a concert of my favorite band Placebo and then go shopping and bring back European clothing.
There is a ghost tour in York, where you're supposed to be able to see Roman soldiers marching; there's a Jack The Ripper Tour in Whitechapel, just east of the City of London; nobody's grown a stone hedge yet, but there's a Stonehenge in Wiltshire
England. One day I plan to go there and see all of the historical sites as well as go on a literary tour.
We've got enough historical sites in one county, Yorkshire, to keep you busy for the whole of your hols. It'd take a lifetime to get round all of them in England, let alone the rest of the UK. Take a year off!
I would go to Laos as I have never been. The flight is expensive and it would be great to have a week there all expenses paid. I have been too Thailand but never did get a chance to go.
by Elayne 3 years ago
What if someone paid for you to go anywhere you wanted tomorrow. Where would you go and why?
by Bredavies 9 months ago
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?Money is not an issue. You can just leave tomorrow, free of any obligations. Where are you going?
by Steve Anselmo 7 years ago
If you could travel anywhere in the world to see one thing, where would you go and why?Is there a physical landmark, historical site, local event, or attraction you would like to see?
by Daniel Long 6 years ago
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be?
by Jason Matthews 9 years ago
If you could travel anywhere in Europe, where would you go?
by Jason Benedict 4 years ago
If you could go anywhere in the world with free airfare and $5000 to spend, where would you go?You can only spend a week there and you have to use some of that money on hotels. Where have you always wanted to visit, where would you stay, and what would you do?
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