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If you had no constraints to the decision...

1. What would be your one choice of a city/town to live in?

& 2. What would be your one choice of a city/town to holiday in?

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I’d probably live in Paris. Always love it there

Holiday? Venice or Kyoto!

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24 minutes ago, bdw1984 said:

Big Sur/Monterey Peninsula

 

Not a city!

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       **No constraints?   *I would live in Rome, Italy:  I would vacation in New York City 

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Live in the country, no city for me, love visiting cities, but need the outdoors. 

 Amsterdam, I really enjoy the people and the city.

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1 minute ago, TBird55 said:

Live in the country, no city for me, love visiting cities, but need the outdoors. 

 Amsterdam, I really enjoy the people and the city.

Agreed. Ever get a chance to go to Zurich?  Love that city.  Looking forward to going back to Switzerland again when I can.

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2 minutes ago, MD Puffer said:

Agreed. Ever get a chance to go to Zurich?  Love that city.  Looking forward to going back to Switzerland again when I can.

No, but it's on the list, planning a trip now for next spring.

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1. London - love the diversity and the weather, though the politics there is a joke

2. Machu Picchu - an extinct city, but would love to have the time/money to visit one day

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We've had the discussion regarding this is the past. 

Brussels in Europe. Coffee farm on Kailua Kona for the secondary,

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Live in NOLA, holiday in Havana. I've had the pleasure of doing both and would love to again.

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Good question. Tough call. 

I think I'd probably give Monaco a try. It is within driving range of the French and Italian Rivieras, easy access to all of Europe, Switzerland and Africa. It's a short hop to a sunny respite in Costa Del Sol, Spain, and it is home to one of my favorite Grand Prix venues. 

 

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1 hour ago, HarveyBoulevard said:

1. Live: Sylacauga, Alabama

2. Holiday: Virgin Gorda, BVI

Unless you're the world's biggest Jim Nabors fan, I have to assume you're from the 'Caug.  

BVI sounds nice- especially if anchored off the coast in a nice sailboat.

 

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all of the monterey/carmel/big sur answers surprise me, but i guess if you grow up somewhere, the mystique is lost...

to answer the question, i suppose malibu to live. not sure about a vacation city as i generally go new places and definitely haven't been everywhere.

-dobbs

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40 minutes ago, dobbs said:

all of the monterey/carmel/big sur answers surprise me, but i guess if you grow up somewhere, the mystique is lost...

to answer the question, i suppose malibu to live. not sure about a vacation city as i generally go new places and definitely haven't been everywhere.

-dobbs

Mystique? Nothing mysterious about the Monterey Peninsula, it’s just a nice place. Hell, if it gets boring you can always roll on over to Salinas to be on Live PD.

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5 minutes ago, bpm32 said:

Mystique? Nothing mysterious about the Monterey Peninsula, it’s just a nice place.

the allure is the mystique

-dobbs

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1. Maui. My home by default and birthright. 

2. Hood River Oregon. A laid back place with micro-breweries and wilderness, and close enough to the city charm of Portlandia. 

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