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EXPLORE YOUR CITY IN YOUR COUNTRY
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10.       azade
1606 posts
 24 May 2008 Sat 01:07 pm

Now I'm not patriotic in particular so instead I would like to suggest Lake Como in Italy. It's one of the most beautiful locations on earth and if you get tired of the idyllic setting there's not far to Milan.

11.       magnadea
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 24 May 2008 Sat 02:34 pm

I love where I live - even if we are nowhere near a big city!!

Beautiful coastline:-

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-thames_solent-main_picture-2

Beautiful villages:

http://i.pbase.com/u8/michis/large/32862799.DSCN4589.jpg

Beautiful beaches:

http://www.wightindex.com/images/appley_beach2_wp.jpg

Beautiful countryside:

http://www.robin-hill.com/images/attractions-natural-photo1.jpg

12.       catwoman
8933 posts
 24 May 2008 Sat 07:29 pm

It does sound pretty lovely where you live Magnadea... although to be honest, that beach is NOT that beautiful I've seen better ones Must be gorgeous in the summer and gorgeous in the winter...
Ama... so is this why you have internet problems?

13.       catwoman
8933 posts
 24 May 2008 Sat 07:30 pm

Quoting azade:

I would like to suggest Lake Como in Italy. It's one of the most beautiful locations on earth and if you get tired of the idyllic setting there's not far to Milan.


Completely agree with this..

14.       libralady
5152 posts
 24 May 2008 Sat 08:03 pm

Quoting azade:

Now I'm not patriotic in particular so instead I would like to suggest Lake Como in Italy. It's one of the most beautiful locations on earth and if you get tired of the idyllic setting there's not far to Milan.



Me too, being a big fan of all things Italian, but I must say that I prefered Lake Garda and a little place called Malcesine (Only because my son lived there for two years!) It is at the foot of Monte Baldo. But it is beautiful and on the other side of the lake, Limone where they live to a ripe old age!

15.       catwoman
8933 posts
 24 May 2008 Sat 08:32 pm

Quoting libralady:

Me too, being a big fan of all things Italian, but I must say that I prefered Lake Garda and a little place called Malcesine (Only because my son lived there for two years!) It is at the foot of Monte Baldo. But it is beautiful and on the other side of the lake, Limone where they live to a ripe old age!


I can only imagine how beautiful those places must be. Unfortunately, I haven't seen them

16.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 25 May 2008 Sun 09:50 am

If I were to advertise foreign locations, I'd recommend Norway.

http://www.discover-sweden.se/EK/TUR/Relacje/IrekGebski/graf/2006/Drabina-trolli.jpg

http://www.world-tour-orion7.com/images/Geiranger2.jpg

See the Troll's Ladder - the curviest road ever and sail down The Geiranger Fiord. Plus numerous waterfalls and wilderness that will leave unforgettable memories. Of course, after two weeks of nature-only you'll be screaming for contact with people. Then just cross the border and visit Sweden

And one more, Ireland is a beautiful country as well. Looks pretty much like what Magnadea posted. Great coastline and stunning views. Even if you're living in the centre of the island, like I do, it's just about 2 hours to get to the ocean or the sea. Or...to The Giant's Causeway

17.       Avalon
381 posts
 27 May 2008 Tue 12:35 pm

Talking about Italy I am totally enchanted with Toscany and Firenze neighbourhood.Wonderful sunflower fields and green valleys,lovely villas hidden behind tall cypresses,lavender aroma in the air,fresh breeze...
The other place I love is Sicily with wonderful,breathtaking Palermo's beach and historical Agrigento with its Greek temples and catacombes ,where is wonderful cafe next to the beach!

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