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Old 10-16-2015, 08:32 PM   #61
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I went to Spain last year. I spent three weeks in the grand Canary Islands. I had such a great time and I am going back later this year or early next year I am going to go to Madrid. Then I will also visit London and Paris. The flights are very cheap over there when you already in Europe.
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Maybe I'll go in 2017 . . .
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I've never been, but I'd love to go to England especially.
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Old 01-01-2017, 03:54 PM   #64
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I've never been, but I'd love to go to England especially.

Ditto - on both counts!
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If I could go anywhere in Europe my dream destinations would be England and London because I just LOVE the sights and British people are so polite and so kind and I just happen to know some British words and do a pretty nice British accent very well. I could just spend a whole day in London just to see how wonderful it is if I could
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I'd also like to go to Germany and see Volkswagen's Autostadt museum in Wolfsburg - and rent one of those cars Volkswagen doesn't sell in America!
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I could just spend a whole day in London just to see how wonderful it is if I could
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Lol, you would need much more than a day. Unless you're familiar with the city, you would spend a day just figuring out how to properly navigate it.
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Lol, you would need much more than a day. Unless you're familiar with the city, you would spend a day just figuring out how to properly navigate it.

You'd need a month.
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I never been here my whole life
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Me neither.
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And I never left Europe, so there you go.
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It's funny. When I started this thread 80sTrivia pretty much advised me that I'd become addicted to traveling to Europe after going the first time. He couldn't have been more correct. So far I've been to London (twice), Paris (twice), Rome, Barcelona, Berlin, Prague, Amsterdam, Vienna and Budapest, and I have a lot more ground to cover!
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I've spent some time in Ireland and England, mostly walking in the country with just a little time in big cities. Things are closer together than in the US, so you can walk from town to town and stay in places ranging from hotels to campgrounds, depending on your preferences and budget. There are long-distance trails that you can follow for days and weeks. Most days have some rain, but most days have some sun, too. You see some beautiful countryside, and a lot of sheep and goats.
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If I don't ride on a bullet train - something I know I'll never be able to do in America - I will consider my life wasted.
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