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    Monteriggioni, Italy
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    I want to live at home forever :') Haha, I know that sounds really pathetic, but all the people I love are here, there are loads of things to do and places to go, and I don't think I could ever leave this house/garden because it's gorgeous!
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    I'd love to live in Canada for a bit, but I could never leave the UK for too long. I'd miss the countryside and frequent offers of tea.
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    Someplace where the average summer temp is hitting 35+ degrees c. Preferably somewhere in Africa, by the ocean. Wouldn't mind Maldives, Mauritius or Bahamas either. Sun, sea and sand please :cool:

    Realistically though, I'm fairly happy with Edinburgh, despite the perpetual wind...
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    (Original post by OddThings)
    I'm asking this just for fun really,but I would like to live in quite a few places,but probably couldnt afford any of them.York really interests me,the buildings are really pretty and I have family there.But I also really like Berlin,as I went there a few weeks ago on work experience in a high school and loved it,the feel of the streets and the language.

    So,over to you.
    The USA.
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    Anywhere in the world: Chelsea, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

    Anywhere in the UK: Either Chelsea, RBK&C, London or Belgravia, CoW, London.
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    Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Prague.
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    Central London, somewhere like Bloomsbury. For outside the UK: Paris, Florence and New York all appeal.
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    I really liked Nuremburg when i went there for the Christmas Markets but my German isn't every good. I would love to live somewhere warm cos i don't really like the cold much, Florida or California maybe.
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    Switzerland or Canada really Lovely places.

    Or Italy for the coffee and cakes
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    Hmm I love the outdoors so probably somewhere in the countryside, but CompSci-related work isn't particularly thriving in Snowdonia.
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    Notting Hill
    Chelsea
    Kensington
    Holland Park
    Cambridge
    Oxford
    Leeds
    Middlesex
    Nottingham
    Brighton
    Anywhere nice in London/any other major England city
    Paris
    Rome
    Milan
    Madrid
    Switzerland
    Amsterdam
    New York
    Washington
    LA

    Anywhere nice really
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    (Original post by JustSmile)
    Someplace where the average summer temp is hitting 35+ degrees c. Preferably somewhere in Africa, by the ocean. Wouldn't mind Maldives, Mauritius or Bahamas either. Sun, sea and sand please :cool:

    Realistically though, I'm fairly happy with Edinburgh, despite the perpetual wind...
    I want to live in Edinburgh forever I might like to live in a little French village (if I had a car) or somewhere by the coast but not permanently.
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    If I had to pick one place, probably Vancouver.
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    australia
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    New England - NFL and a small Rugby League interest around there.

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    Wellington (NZ) - Massive Rugby League interest.

    Purely sport based.
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    Id like to live in a rich home in a quiet area.
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    Next to a massive lake in Australia, with ownership of a Jetski.
    Would be pretty cool.
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    Dubai or New York with plenty of $$$ :bban:
 
 
 
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