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As above - what's the most memorable place you've visited that you were blown away by?

For me, it was walking around Kyoto at night in the Gion district (one of the most well-known geisha areas in the city) - it was breathtaking and I've never experienced another culture quite like the Japanese culture, I loved it there.

Also, visiting Villefranche, a small coastal town on the South of France, walking round the old backstreets eating moules frites and drinking lots of wine was pretty awesome!

What is the most memorable place(s) you've been to?
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Paris was amazing
Netherlands - amazing sights Anne Frank house
Greece - beautiful sunsets and the heat
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Greece - amazing food, lovely people and beautiful beaches
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Kenya in the Masai Mara during the great migration. Sat down to have lunch under a tree surrounded by thousands of Wildebeest.
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Iceland, so beautiful and natural.
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Laos - tiny boarder towns on the Mekong
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Probably the gorgeous black beaches of Iceland's southern coast; behold the elements in all their glory. Iceland in general I'd say, even tops Florida
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As above - what's the most memorable place you've visited that you were blown away by?

For me, it was walking around Kyoto at night in the Gion district (one of the most well-known geisha areas in the city) - it was breathtaking and I've never experienced another culture quite like the Japanese culture, I loved it there.

Also, visiting Villefranche, a small coastal town on the South of France, walking round the old backstreets eating moules frites and drinking lots of wine was pretty awesome!

What is the most memorable place(s) you've been to?
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Amsterdam, absolutely wonderful place.
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Manaus, Brazil
Bora Bora, French Polynesia,
Santorini, Greece
Barbados, Caribbean Islands
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The bathroom. Took some of the biggest sh*ts there.
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Can't remember.
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this tiny village in Mallorca, away from all tourists and it was so quiet since it was in the mountains, absolute stunning area with orange trees and almond cakes served everywhere
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Probably the most memorable place I've ever visited was Hallstatt. It's a small village in Austria. I can't even describe all the beauty of this place, if you haven't been there - visit it, I highly recommend. By the way, I found out about this place from the travel blogs, that's why I always look for a new and interesting one. If you know some - suggest, please.
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(Original post by StrawberryDreams)
As above - what's the most memorable place you've visited that you were blown away by?

For me, it was walking around Kyoto at night in the Gion district (one of the most well-known geisha areas in the city) - it was breathtaking and I've never experienced another culture quite like the Japanese culture, I loved it there.

Also, visiting Villefranche, a small coastal town on the South of France, walking round the old backstreets eating moules frites and drinking lots of wine was pretty awesome!

What is the most memorable place(s) you've been to?
Ive bee to villefranche a couple of times when ive been on cruises.
Obviously because ive been on a cruise, its only been for the day. But it was great.
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The most memorable place ive been to is ceuta.
Its basically on the north coast of africa, but is owned by spain. Its separated from mainland spain by the straight of gibaltar.

I wish i could have stayed longer- i was on a cruise so was only there for a day. But it was beautiful there.
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dunno. haven't been anywhere amazing.
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My bedroom.
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Asda
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Mauritius was absolutely stunning and the trip itself was memorable (my brother had a beach wedding there), I would like to go again.
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