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if you could go anywhere in the world for a holiday, regardless of price, where would you go?

Let's have some fun with this - If you could go ANYWHERE in the world for a holiday, regardless of price, where would you go and why?
Pretend you've just won the lottery! Is it warm, cold, scenic or relaxing?

Last reply: 10th Dec 2018 / 936 replies / Post by Rainbow

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marty

Posted by: marty
Posted on: 22nd Jul 2011

marty says: There are two place's that i believe you would just love, first Ireland with it's many different shade's of green field's (paddock's) the history is everywhere you go & maybe start off in Dublin where some of the world's most famous Poet's came from & of course the famous Guinness, a tour of the factory is great & you can taste this wonderful drink. Travel through the Lake's of Killarney by byicle if you like then on to Waterford where the famous crystle is made then along the Cliff's of Mogher a wonderful sight. After this you can travel up to Galway where the famous wedding ring of true love was first made, it's called the Claddah Ring. You must not miss Northern Ireland like most people do due to fear of the trouble's but it's just as safe as Australia & it has some of the most beautiful place's to visit like the famous Gaint's Causeway & the Glen's of Antrim, you must also try the Ulster Fry a wonderful meal i am sure you will enjoy. The second place is Switzerland & there are so many wonderful places like Lake Lucern, Zurich & the famous Cog Railway plus their public transport is wonderful & you can ourchase a travel pass for your time there which can help with keeping the cost of travel down a bit. Sometime's the Swiss can be a bit arrogant until they get to know you but if you speake Swiss then you are better off. as i have ratteled on about Ireland so much i will leave you to dream about all the wonderful place's in Switzerland & how close you are to many other nice countrie's sourrounding it. Happy travelling.

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