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If you could travel anywhere for free right now where would you go?

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Prague.

Jnei Level 8 Jan 7, 2018

Been there. If you like medieval architecture it's absolutely beautiful.

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Somewhere warm.

skado Level 8 Jan 7, 2018
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California, because legal weed.

KKGator Level 9 Jan 7, 2018

Not in Georgia yet???

no apparently your wonderful feds are about to go on a rampage attacking alll the weed businesses coz as you know it is still illegal in federal jurisdiction contrary to the law obama signed 3 years ago. Just lovely isn't it ?

@Buddha Nope. Just a convoluted and extremely limited medical option.

@markdevenish They aren't my "wonderful feds". Several lawsuits have already been filed against Sessions. Several states are pressing for a change in federal legislation. Hope is not lost. The fight continues.

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If it were not for the terrorists in the area ,I would go to Egypt and tour the pyramids and surrounding areas

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Cuenca, Ecuador because it is very near the equator. I am told it has all four seasons in one day. It is on my bucket list to visit.

That sounds wild! Never heard of that happening. I hope you get to experience it!

When the tRUMPies start putting on uniforms, Cuenca is one of the places I'd think about moving to.

@BikerDude50 have you been there?

@btroje Not yet, but when I take my Machu Picchu trip, I aim to go to Cuenca afterwards, maybe take Spanish classes there for a while, and see how I like it. I've heard good things about it.

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Salem, Oregon...but I would have to have one more caveat...someone to watch the homestead and me mums while I was gone...so I can get my back piece done...

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If you are talking about earthly destination I pick Australia. No limits on space travel as far away from the greed on this planet as I could get.

azzow2 Level 9 Jan 7, 2018
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The moon! Australia would be a fun Earthly place to go.

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Vulcan.

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London, England. They speak English there.

Zachary Level 4 Jan 7, 2018
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Machu Picchu is at the top of my bucket list.

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Auchenbrech Scotland.

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Round trip?
The past, to educate my younger self what my older self knows (especially about relationships). With an almanac in tow!
Lol

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Probably Iceland.
Go figure. smile001.gif

Buddha Level 7 Jan 7, 2018
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Dankil depression Ethiopia

Ewket Level 4 Jan 7, 2018
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Honestly, given the temps in Wisconsin recently, anywhere warm, progressively minded, and with decent nightlife.

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vietnam / cambodia

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Antarctica before it is all gone. Ice pack is getting smaller fairly rapidly.

I almost applied for a job there a few years ago. Now I wish I had.

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I really want to go to Mars. Or at least go orbit the Earth for a bit. If we stay on the planet, I want to see New Zealand, Greece, and Iceland.

Blizzard Level 7 Jan 7, 2018
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El Nido one of the worlds most beautiful islands in the Philippines

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Belize, Honduras, and Paris... Not all in that order smile001.gif

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I've been to Hawaii before, I liked it there.

Paul628 Level 8 Jan 7, 2018

@silvereyes Waikiki Beach! smile049.gif

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Round the world cruise. I've been to a number of countries around the world and been on a number of cruises. I'd love to combine the two.

idunno36 Level 4 Jan 7, 2018
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Ireland,hands down.

jhuddeng Level 4 Jan 7, 2018
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Sail around the coast of Croatia, Portugal, Spain and France. South Korea and Vietnam. The whole of South America, Cuba, Mexico, St Maarten. Tahiti, Mauritius and the Seychelles. Namibia, South Africa. Hong Kong, China, The Philippines, India, Sri Lanka
Basically everywhere.

Sacha Level 7 Jan 7, 2018

I would add Bora Bora Tasmania Anatolia. Nice list you have there.

@azzow2 Very true. BoraBora (Tahiti)

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