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2014/11/18 14:47:57 (permalink)
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dream country/ city

If money wasn't an object and you could live in any country, city in the world, where would it be?
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    brittas
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/18 15:01:44 (permalink)
    Even though money is no object, do you have to keep working and live a normal life?  
     
    If you're retiring as a millionaire a lot of people would go for a hot country with a beach somewhere but if you're still working someone might suggest New York for example.
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    Rasputin
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/18 15:22:03 (permalink)
    If I had money and it was no object I would literally spend my life chasing winter around the world in Alaska, BC, Europe, South America and Japan before spending the 2 months either side sat on a beach somewhere chatting up chicks half my age. 
     
    More serious note. Canada somewhere near Whistler or anywhere in the Pacific Northwest where I could ski hunt and fish would be fantastic :) 

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    Blub2abs
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/18 16:45:37 (permalink)
    Hmmmm...Tossup between Frog-land and Hawaii. 
     
    Honourable mention to Bondi Beach, Eilat and Goa.
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/18 17:07:19 (permalink)
    Somewhere far away from people, but with good access to the internet still lol

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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/18 17:33:00 (permalink)
    If Sydney has any big lakes near it, id ho there.

    Id be happy anywhere hot where i can do watersports and theres plenty of nightlife and entertainment facilities....and loads of poontang ofcourse

      




     
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/18 18:04:04 (permalink)
    Orlando.  Only from seeing it on A place in the sun.
    Spain.  Small village where you can see other small balconies.
    Point. Isle of Lewis.  Always wanted a place of my own there.

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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/18 22:24:20 (permalink)

    This little beauty went for 1.5m euros this year in South Dublin at the bottom of the road where I grew up.
    Plus 2.5m for the 3.27 acres of land.
     
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    hankpym
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/18 23:07:15 (permalink)
    London.
     
    I went for a job interview in the city last week and just loved the buzz about the place, it gets me every time. It really does feel like the centre of the universe in a business sense.
     
    Didn't get the job though :(
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/19 09:39:17 (permalink)
    Canada, I wouldn't want to live in a city full time but I would have a place in Vancouver for sure.
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/19 18:49:38 (permalink)
    Italy, Probably a little suburb outside Rome, I love everything about the place.
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/19 19:24:08 (permalink)
    Denver, Colorado. 

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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/19 20:04:54 (permalink)
    hankpym
    London.
     
    I went for a job interview in the city last week and just loved the buzz about the place, it gets me every time. It really does feel like the centre of the universe in a business sense.
     
    Didn't get the job though :(




    That novelty wears off after about a month mate.....Stuck on the tube in the heat isnt a good thing and rushing around in the commute is a headache!

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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/19 20:23:58 (permalink)
    Agree about London.  I live just outside London, Essex and its even to busy hear which is why I want to move to my above choice.

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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/20 05:36:42 (permalink)
    I would have a ranch in Montana and a home also on a beach with white sands and warm waters.
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/20 15:02:41 (permalink)
    Vancouver, Canada -felt such an affinity with the place last time I was there...
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    Re: dream country/ city 2014/11/21 15:45:53 (permalink)
    flick161
    Vancouver, Canada -felt such an affinity with the place last time I was there...




    Sounds like we should do a time share! I loved the fact it was a vibrant bustling city but was surrounded by mountains and ocean - the best of everything.
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