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    1) The special needs summer camp I worked at in a teeny town called Vaughn, in Washington state, just woah. In fact Washington in general is mind-blowingly beautiful
    2) Chicago. I'm not a city dweller and usually get overwhelmed just by going to London, but this place...oh man oh man oh man. If I go through life without ever getting the chance to live here I will be so full of regret!
    3) My home, Dorset The Jurassic coast never ceases to amaze me, and wherever I end up in the world, this is the only place that will truly be home
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    Hangzhou(where I live)
    Strasbourg in France
    n quite want to visit Holland as well as UK


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    probably home (London). as for outside of the UK, the Greek island of Rhodes. visited many times on family holidays as a kid & teenager. very happy place
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    Paris !!!!

    *_*
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    Aruba, baby beach is definitely the most beautiful beach I've been to
    Its a tiny island though, off South America- where my fams from
    Not many people have heard of it :P
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    (Original post by mindful man)
    You really don't have to travel overseas or take exotic 'gap yahs' to find beauty. There's so much in the UK that is taken for granted.
    Yeah but the weathers crap most of the time which takes away the beauty.
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    Paris or Dubai. Or the tiny villages in France :love:. I think the happiest and calmest I've ever been is when I went camping with my friends on a gorgeous day, sitting on a field and watching the world go by...
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    When I was a kid it was WDW in Florida. Now, it's Malta.

    Valletta is just amazing for a history buff like me, didn't even get to see much of the island outside it, planning another trip next year (hopefully) to visit the central town (Mdina) and the other island (Gozo.) Great culture, food and drink (Kinnie is the best drink I have ever tasted) and history to the whole place.
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    (Original post by minthumbugs)
    Paris or Dubai. Or the tiny villages in France :love:. I think the happiest and calmest I've ever been is when I went camping with my friends on a gorgeous day, sitting on a field and watching the world go by...
    What tiny villages? Me and a friend are going to France for a month and want to go to places like this - any recommendations?
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    At the moment Germany is my favorite place, because the summer is coming and the sun is shining day by day.
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    Probably Nerja, in Spain due to childhood holidays. However i must say that the English countryside in fine weather like this is hard to beat.

    Would love to visit BC in Canada.
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    the bath. no joke, its peaceful, relaxing and i can think at ease with no distractions. best of all its a 30 sec walk from my bedroom so no need to endure a long flight
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    (Original post by tpxvs)
    What tiny villages? Me and a friend are going to France for a month and want to go to places like this - any recommendations?
    Sorry, I can't remember some of them as we kind of got lost and just ended up in these villages. But we have friends in Toulouse and they recommend: Montauban, Albi, Carcassonne and Lauragais. I think we visited Mortemart and it was gorgeous! I want to go back now! Have fun
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    (Original post by tpxvs)
    What tiny villages? Me and a friend are going to France for a month and want to go to places like this - any recommendations?
    I think Strasbourg is a good choice ^^. It's very beautiful there especially during the christmas time


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