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    Either somewhere beautiful like a quiet neighbourhood in New England, USA (especially in the autumn) or somewhere in the forests or near the mountains in Germany (i.e. the Bavarian Alps)

    If I had to stay in the UK, I'd like to live on the outskirts of London.
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    London. Big, busy, full of life. I'm such a city person.

    Amsterdam is my 2nd choice. It's much smaller but the atmosphere and mentality are worth it. Plus it's a beautiful country, quite wealthy, so living conditions are good.
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    Winchester, so nice , just keeping it to England, though ideally I'd have places everywhere :p:
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    Boston, MA, USA
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    Gleadless Town End
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    Medina, Saudi Arabia
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    Richard Branson's Island. 100%
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    After university: London or Bristol.
    Mid 20s: New York
    Late 20s: California
    30s: Australia

    And then probably raise young children back in England somewhere, and when they're older, in a country house or maybe even a farm =]

    I've got it all mapped out me! Obviously too much time on my hands.
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    I would accept any of: Geneva, London, Marbella, St Tropez, Monaco, Beverly Hills LA, New York
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    you should say, 'the moon, because there aren't any germans', bow elaborately, and sit down.
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    Lake District 100%
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    Anywhere outside of Britain, Seriiously planning on leaving as soon as i leave uni.
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    New York and somewhere in California - I find it peaceful on a beach house (without Tsunami of course).
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    (Original post by lady_leon)
    After university: London or Bristol.
    Mid 20s: New York
    Late 20s: California
    30s: Australia

    And then probably raise young children back in England somewhere, and when they're older, in a country house or maybe even a farm =]

    I've got it all mapped out me! Obviously too much time on my hands.


    This song's for you :yes:
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    Alaska
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    Greater Edinburgh area...... like Linlithgow etc.
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    Ideally Amsterdam in a nice canal-side apartment with a view overlooking the Amstel or in the Jordaan.
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    Somewhere warm?
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    London because im used to it.

    Nigeria because im from there and building a mansion and buying land there is cheaper that a 2 bedroom house in London.

    Australia cos its hot and interesting.

    But never America i've been there twice and its nice to visit but I think its a corrupt country.
 
 
 
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