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Aeroflot

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#31 13 years ago
The Contenderthey can come to Texas to shoot guns , eat BBQ, feed evil texas mosquitoes, and down plenty of high quality lone star beer. and lets not forget swimming in the muddy stinky waters of the gulf of mexico also know as shrimp brine. about the places i have wanted to go; i have always wanted to go to Israel, im not religious but am interested in the history of the religion there, and also interested in meeting cute IDF princesses :naughty:.

Oh yeah, lets travel half way around the world to swim in Gavleston Bay. :p




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#32 13 years ago

I'd like to visit a few places in England, along with other parts in Europe, if just to study the cultures more. I'd also like to visit Egypt to see the pyramids.




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#33 13 years ago

Germany, Italy, Sweden ( i want my moose damnit! also, i forget what the berries are called, but my friend says there is a season for picking them. i LOVE thos berries), England, Japan, France, and La La Land.




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#34 13 years ago
AegenemmnoNSweden.

i'm sure you meant denmark so i'll forgive your slip of the tongue this time...




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#35 13 years ago

Egypt, Jupiter, old Babylon, South America, Italy, Greece proper (only been to islands around it so far), Russia, China, Mars. Oh, and #45 Damson Drive, Telford. Those people look so weird, and I'd like to see what's in their house.




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#36 13 years ago

Spain Greece Serbia Egypt India Italy Japan Scottland Jamaica and the various nations of south america.




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#37 13 years ago

I would like to see Denmark as well. And actually I forgot to mention this one, but Australia looks pretty cool. Especially the center areas of Australia, the great outback. It would be a cool experience to take part in. Go on a nature hike or something along those lines. And I would like to see the coastal cities.




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#38 13 years ago

I'd like to go to America..its somewhere I've never been before, but everyone who goes there says its great. What I'd like to do sometime is go down the east coast, go across the south, then back up the west coast, then fly home. I'd also like to visit Japan, to see the Japanese culture.




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#39 13 years ago
*Soviet.PowerI'd like to go to America..its somewhere I've never been before, but everyone who goes there says its great. What I'd like to do sometime is go down the east coast, go across the south, then back up the west coast, then fly home. I'd also like to visit Japan, to see the Japanese culture.

You have to visit the west coast more importantly, especially California. Go to Napa Valley, it is a beautiful place with lots of pretty hills. The beaches are nice. I would stay away from Texas, there are some cool spots in Texas but they are out of the way. Actually I would stay away from all the southern states, they honestly aren't that interesting. The best states are along the east and western coasts, and along the Rocky and Appalachian mountains. That is where all the scenery is at.




Truce

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#40 13 years ago

I'd say Iceland as well... Although, that's not the only place in the world where the sun doesn't set in the summer - they get the same thing in northern Scandinavia, for example. Iceland, though... Well, I love cold, and I prefer technology over the lack of it. Iceland has both, and a very nice language to boot. I might move there some day.