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  • Well, for me it would be "Scotland"
    • mushroom
      I've been to Edinburgh. Nice for historic sightseeing but restaurants with strict seating time limits are a bit off-putting.
  • Africa is on mu Bucket List
    • DancesWithWolves
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      (sigh) NOT.....A.....COUNTRY
  • Africa is on my bucket list.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Africa is on my bucket list.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • African safari
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • I'd like to take an African Safari.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • I'd love to visit Australia. That's the only continent I haven't been too 10/29/12
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • I would like to travel to Australia to see the Aborigines, Marsupials.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Egypt.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • I've visited Belgium, Hungary, Austria, Germany & The Czech Republic. Croatia, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Iceland & Finland are on the "to do" list.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • England.
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  • Most any of them, but I'd like to finish looking around my own country first. There's tons of things in the U.S. that I haven't seen yet. A handful of states I haven't traveled in. I've never seen Washington D.C. Several national parks I've never visited. *** But which foreign country would be most interesting and least dangerous/disgusting/boring to visit? It would either be the U.K. or Australia, partly because I understand the language, but also because of the history/architecture (UK) and nature (Australia).
    • DancesWithWolves
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    • mushroom
      Never been to DC? Shame! While it's a bit difficult to get a slot to visit the Capitol or the White House, go see the National Archives, Library of Congress, Supreme Court, museums and monuments. Sure, we don't have 500 year old inns or 1,000 year old pubs like the UK, but they don't have the Lincoln and Jefferson memorials either.
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      Well...as I understand it, most Americans visit it as children, on class trips. The schools I attended never had the wherewithal to do such a thing. Of course as an adult I could have visited, but to be fair I'm more interested in different types of architecture - like the old (1600s) New England architecture, for example, and the fancy Golden Age architecture. I'm also more interested in nature. Government/politics is not VERY interesting to me beyond what I learned in school (which was quite interesting, but I'm not likely to learn more by visiting D.C. and doing the tourist thing)
  • New Zealand and Iceland. Those are insanely beautiful!
    • DancesWithWolves
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      Yeah, Iceland is a good choice that I didn't think of when I was answering. Of course (silly me), I'd like to see Sneffelsjokull (the volcanic crater where the journey in the story "Journey to the Center of the Earth" began in earnest).
  • Africa is on my bucket list.

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