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Great Britain - hands down.Here I proffer my credentials. I am the most ardent American Anglophile. I know all three verses the "God Save the Queen." Even my British friends don't know all three verses to "God Save the Queen." (Heck, I don't even know the second verse to "The Star Spangled Banner.") My dream is an audience with HM the Queen. I like British food - even the British don't like British food. I have toured Parliament and attended PMQ's - and still view it as the highest moment in all my travels. I want the United States to dispense with the Senate and adopt a House of Lords.Suffice to say, I could go on... and on... and on... and on... world without end. Amen. To wit, I am probably more British than the British. I'd fit right in.
Ooo tough to say. Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore. My cousin moved to Singapore for work. he's there for 4 years and he loves it.
England, we share the same language. Or Switzerland if I wanted to learn another language.
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That's a difficult choice. I think I'd have to pick between three places, those being Japan, Scotland, and New Zealand. Here is my thinking for each. I love Japanese culture and the land there is simply gorgeous the only problem would be the language barrier, but as I intend to work in Japan eventually and have actively been studying it, that's not that big of an issue. Scotland is a place I've always dreamed of for ancestral reasons and again finding the area beautiful. I also love the architecture in that area of the world. Finally, New Zealand has gorgeous landscapes as anyone who has watched any Lord of the Rings movie will know. I've had a little idea of living in a hobbit hole in new zealand and starting a teashop/bakery there. I doubt it'd ever actually happen but I love the idea of it.
Svalbard, Norway. Look it up. It is a beautiful arctic island that is covered in snow almost year round. There is a large settlement there with a pretty good university by American standards, considering that Norway has better education than USA. It used to be a coal town, but due to coal deposits running out, and also climate change, the town has started to come up with alternative ways to grow their small economy. They have beautiful houses, and almost everyone owns a Snowmobile there, and use those things more often than regular cars. They also are all required to own guns, because there are wild polar bears in Svalbard. This is like the only place in Europe where gun ownership is mandatory, and the people there have the same gun culture as the USA, which is very RARE for anywhere in Europe due to the fact that they have to carry guns to fight polar bears if they leave the city.
The only places I would consider would be those without property tax. None are really located in ideal locations, nor do they have ideal laws, and waiting something like 18 years for citizenship or dropping $10 million to expedite the process doesn’t seem worth while especially when higher quality land at 10% of the price can be found in the USA.
Russia. Specifically Saint Petersburg. The city is vibrant and full of people in the summer, and has a magical feel to it in the winter. The architecture makes it look like from a fairy tale. It's also very beautiful during the white nights. And since I choose Russia, there a ton of other cities full of culture and impressive architecture. Moscow, Veliky Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan. Every place in Russia is unique in it's own right.
i would build my own island with a baseball and football field and i would build my dreamhouse on that island between the two and i would have a lot of land because it would be a more rural island complete with those corndog plants all over the place (i dont know what they are really called)
Somewhere reight hot but English speaking, so Australia or some part of California... although the US is fucked. Then again so is the UK; fucked and not even hot. So double fucked. California is not double fucked. Does seem a bit libtard though.
Ireland. Get closer to my ancestral roots, visit castles, got to the pub, have closer access to the rest of Europe.
I'd have a house in switzerland in the town I always go skiing and maybe a small cottage on the maledives (the ones in the lagoon with whirlpool and slide to the ocean, you always see them on travel agency ads)
I'd like to live in Akihabara. jw-webmagazine.com/.../...4ba8aed801.11236228.jpeg
Money already is no object for me. Nor are national borders. If I want to go somewhere on this planet. I'll find a way to get there.
I guess Japan but that’s my second choice after my home country.
Either Russia, Georgia or Azerbaijan. There are lots of unspoiled views and characteristic people in those countries.
I'm an American whose going to get Dual American-talian Citizenship through my great grandfather.So its obviously Italy for me
I don't know why everyone say Japan it's a nice and beautiful country but isn't the public and rules to hard etc? Or what they exspect for you to be
Europe, like anywhere over there. Australia. Freetown, Sierra Leone.
If I could, I'd have 4houses and move from my house in the Philippines, Japan, Russia, and the U. S.
Canada. Imagine just being deep in those secluded woods with no one around you except the ones you truly want to be there.
Any unclaimed land that I can convert to my dream society, I would have a nice little community with very loose laws.
Wales in the winter, Sweden in the summer, Spain in the spring, and France in the fall. Italy is for vacation.
If money was no object, I'd spend my life traveling the world instead of being tied down to one place. I'd have houses all over the world, though.
I doubt I’d ever leave Canada permanently, but I’ve thought about living in Ireland, New Zealand or Scotland for a bit
Canada sounds fun, I love snow, fur trees, and maple syrup so it would be nice
Syria. Followed closely by Iraq and then North Korea.
Canada is my dream country 💙I couldn't find any way to move to Canada, there are many problems 😕
The same place. I live in the greatest nation on earth why would i choose to take a step down?
Some would disagree with that 😏
@kian_g that's fine but he asked me not them. And i'm aware that being the workd lone superpower breeds contenpt ;)
just to clarify i said it as an Iranian😉
@kian_g lol that's awesome!
Definitely Japan or Taiwan.
United Kingdom 🌸💜🌸
I got a house there and I go back every other year. I think youd love it
@ariadneR That sounds amazing. I am hopeful that I can visit for Christmas. It will be my first time out of the country. ♥️
England or maybe Greece.
London, Portugal or Germany
I am very happy where I live.
I would travel and live everywhere at least once
Switzerland, France, Pakistan
London, or dar es salaam0
Probably my birth country, Iceland.
Iceland is beautiful 😍
Basically the UK but much warmer.
Somewhere in Europe. Like Greece or Italy
China or any island 😂😍
With my friends in Australia.
Somewhere cold like Iceland or Norway
Norway, Sweden, or Italy
Sweden, USA or Australia
Scotland or England cause i like cooler climates.
London or maybe the Vatican.
italy or japan
Maybe Sweden, Scotland or New Zealand
For summer only Bela Lugosi Castle in Romania
Iceland or Ireland.
Greece or Italy.
United Kingdom or Canada.
Norway, Australia, Scotland
Italy or Japan
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