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I live in America, and I really want to travel somewhere around the world. Where's the best place to travel

Do you live somewhere you would recommend?

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South Korea <3! Seoul is a really great place in Korea, and so is Busan. ^__^

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chioab; saehb; akakh; or wehb

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it is towns my friend recommeded
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Join the military,you will see the world.

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kooolh!
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America! you can't beat it! well with obama running it.... maybe so lol

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I already live in America!
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that was my point lol
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Ahh I see it. Though America actually is a pretty dangerous place to travel to. You don't where and what sketchy neighborhoods look like. Lots of impatient people. Muggers, sexual abusers ...Now that I think about it, if I were to be from a different country, I probably wouldn't want to visit America
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the south is cool... lol
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yeah the south is pretty cool.
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we mostly wave at people, besides, well, you know lol
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Yeah, us local Californians have a bad habit of being condescending, but hey, we sure know how to look good!
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Italy.

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I was born and raised in Austria and it is such a lovely country. I totally reccomend going there once in your lifetime. Along with Germany:)

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that explains your user name :)
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Austria is NOT Australia, @48130
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haha thank you Estelle:)
yeah 48130: tasmanian devils are australian not austrian. i love them very much though;)
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hey hhhtyru! haha thats okay:) i love germany! i am german myself
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both of my grandparents are just a little bit of German. but, they are mostly Austrian:)
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No. I currently live in Philly with my grandparents. My parents died a few years ago and I was sent to live with them. I really like it here though. And I visit Austria every summer and during the holidays:)
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thanks:) I have never been to Chicago! do you like it there?
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I loved Italy when I went. Not the big cities, but the smaller ones. Cianciano was really nice, and Abano Terme. The basilicas and the monasteries are absolutely gorgeous.

The only other place I've been was Salzburg, Austria. The coolest part of the short stay there was going through the salt mines, which are kind of a walking museum tour. It included an underground lake and slides to get from one area to the next. There's a castle in Salzburg too, which I don't remember the name of, but if you can get to it the view is amazing.

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Innsbruck, Tyrol in Austria is a beautiful place and the people there are friendly.

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For people from the US, I think seeing Europe is a great move. Extensively, spend lots of time there, and don't just visit the capitals (eg. Paris, Rome, London etc.), visit the countryside AS WELL. In most European countries, there are trains that go all over the place, so it is not an impossible feat. And you don't need to hire a car. Just get the trains, seriously, you get to look out the window, and see the country as you are travelling, rather than having to watch the road etc.

After Europe, I think either an Asian country (ie. China (countryside), Thailand etc.) Again, venture into teh countryside, don't stay in the capital city.
or South America. Particularly Brazil.

I haven't been to an Asian country or South America yet, but they are the next on my list, and I've been reccommended them by many people I know who are avid travellers.

I'm from Australia, and honestly, I don't think it's a 'must see' for you. The USA is basically just Australia, on steroids. You guys just have heaps more people, heaps more houses, and your cities span a lot wider than here. The people over here are a lot different to you all also, but not as different as European and Asian people are.

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Our countryside is nice, but once you see ONE area of bush, you've seen them all really. They are all the same.
And as for the rainforsts and creeks etc. I'm pretty sure the US covers all that aswell.
Plus, seeing kangaroos and koalas is not as exciting really as one might expect, you often don't get to touch the kangaroos (becuase they are wary of people), and koalas are just heavy, with huge claws that dig into you. The Great Barrier Reef is ok, but not as good as it was 20 years ago. If you want beaches, I'm sure this is the place to come though. Our beaches are the best I've seen. Personally, I prefer our beaches in Queensland, to the ones in Hawaii. I'm not exaddurating or kidding, I was thoroughly dissapointed in the beaches in Hawaii. Thoroughly.

They are also nice in Italy and Greece though. Go there.
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And our beaches are better than Costa Rica.
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Go do the countrysides of France, Greece, Italy, Spain, Germany. England isn't that fantastic really, after you've seen these other places.
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New Zealand is great too. Go to the South of the South Island.
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Canada. I know it doesn't sound that glamorous, but it's beautiful if you go to Alberta or British-Columbia, but not to the main cities. Go to Vernon, British-Columbia and swim in lake Kalamalka, or go to Cochrane, Alberta, and go to McKay's Ice Cream Shop and take in the view and go to Cochrane Ranche and walk around in the forest to see "Grandfather Oak." It's beautiful in the Summer in Cochrane and there aren't many tourists, so you won't get sucked into crowds.

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Canada, though I live in Michigan, so there's really not much for me to see there.

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