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First off, no personal info. Just had to get that out there. raspberry

I’ve been to Ireland, particularly in Galway, Kilkenney, and Dublin.
France - Normandy region (Litteau and Giverny mainly) and Paris.
U.S.A. - Colorado, Nebraska, Oregon, Minnesota, Kansas, Iowa, New Jersey, and others.

     
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Wow David, that’s quite the list. :o

I’ve been to Hong Kong, Macau, Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore. On a side note, I stayed at Shanghai for 42 days so it’s become memorable for me :D

     
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dTanMan - 21 July 2012 10:06 AM

Wow David, that’s quite the list. :o

I’ve been to Hong Kong, Macau, Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore. On a side note, I stayed at Shanghai for 42 days so it’s become memorable for me :D

orz I don’t like traveling, but I’ve also been to Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore. I really like Singapore. It’s like the good qualities of a country squished into one city. Plus, I can actually read signs there. ^.^”

Besides those, I’ve been in Malaysia several times, one or two other places in China and to a couple of states in the U.S. (*cough* I might have forgotten where exactly in those places…)

     
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@dTanMan: I could say the same for you! The closest I’ve gotten to Asia is authentic Asian cuisine.
@15bubbles: Wow. I’d like to visit those countries sometime, especially Malaysia, mostly for the food. raspberry

     
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Haha i’ve never been to Europe nor America. You on the other hand, have been to two continents. xD

     
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oooh ive been to lots of places. first off US of course, visited 2 states around there and lived in 1. panama, canada, 2 countries in the middle east, and dubai. i love traveling.

     
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af-fan - 22 July 2012 04:56 PM

oooh ive been to lots of places. first off US of course, visited 2 states around there and lived in 1. panama, canada, 2 countries in the middle east, and dubai. i love traveling.

Wow, the opposite of our fellow posters, covering three continents. *applause* I friend of mine has been to a majority of those locations as well, she loves the Middle East. I heard they have great food? raspberry As for Dubai, cool buildings as well.

     
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David Auteur - 23 July 2012 07:23 PM
af-fan - 22 July 2012 04:56 PM

oooh ive been to lots of places. first off US of course, visited 2 states around there and lived in 1. panama, canada, 2 countries in the middle east, and dubai. i love traveling.

Wow, the opposite of our fellow posters, covering three continents. *applause* I friend of mine has been to a majority of those locations as well, she loves the Middle East. I heard they have great food? raspberry As for Dubai, cool buildings as well.

thank you thank you ll waves hands ll
awesome food, . yup and in dubai its awesome at night, all the lights and people. anyone been to the ME?

     
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af-fan - 24 July 2012 03:34 PM

thank you thank you ll waves hands ll
awesome food, . yup and in dubai its awesome at night, all the lights and people. anyone been to the ME?

Now what is the ME? I’ll probably know once my memory has been “jogged.” xD

What do you all think of the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, whether you’ve been there or not? When I visited, there were armed soldiers at the airports, and I only got to see the Eiffel Tower by boat due to a bomb scare and strike (it was closed, along with the Louvre), where citizens were burning things, and police were everywhere.

The French hated the Eiffel Tower and wanted it torn down, but then WWII happened, and afterwards they found it was very lucrative and kept it. €€€

     
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David Auteur - 24 July 2012 09:54 PM
af-fan - 24 July 2012 03:34 PM

thank you thank you ll waves hands ll
awesome food, . yup and in dubai its awesome at night, all the lights and people. anyone been to the ME?

Now what is the ME? I’ll probably know once my memory has been “jogged.” xD

What do you all think of the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, whether you’ve been there or not? When I visited, there were armed soldiers at the airports, and I only got to see the Eiffel Tower by boat due to a bomb scare and strike (it was closed, along with the Louvre), where citizens were burning things, and police were everywhere.

The French hated the Eiffel Tower and wanted it torn down, but then WWII happened, and afterwards they found it was very lucrative and kept it. €€€

i meant the middle east by ME raspberry
what a wonderful time to visit the tower raspberry

     
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af-fan - 25 July 2012 03:18 PM
David Auteur - 24 July 2012 09:54 PM
af-fan - 24 July 2012 03:34 PM

thank you thank you ll waves hands ll
awesome food, . yup and in dubai its awesome at night, all the lights and people. anyone been to the ME?

Now what is the ME? I’ll probably know once my memory has been “jogged.” xD

What do you all think of the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, whether you’ve been there or not? When I visited, there were armed soldiers at the airports, and I only got to see the Eiffel Tower by boat due to a bomb scare and strike (it was closed, along with the Louvre), where citizens were burning things, and police were everywhere.

The French hated the Eiffel Tower and wanted it torn down, but then WWII happened, and afterwards they found it was very lucrative and kept it. €€€

i meant the middle east by ME raspberry
what a wonderful time to visit the tower raspberry

Ohh, okay. raspberry I haven’t.
And yes, a jolly good time.

     
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David Auteur - 25 July 2012 04:05 PM
af-fan - 25 July 2012 03:18 PM
David Auteur - 24 July 2012 09:54 PM
af-fan - 24 July 2012 03:34 PM

what a wonderful time to visit the tower raspberry

Ohh, okay. raspberry I haven’t.
And yes, a jolly good time.

did you eat anything there? i’ve always wanted to try french food.

     
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af-fan - 25 July 2012 03:18 PM
David Auteur - 24 July 2012 09:54 PM

And yes, a jolly good time.

did you eat anything there? i’ve always wanted to try french food.

If I hadn’t, I likely would’ve keeled over from malnutrition and dehydration. xD
I had a croque monsieur, frites, baguettes, hot chocolate, Yop, French cheeses, assorted European meats, chocolate ice-cream, crêpes (funny story about a lemon one), candies, lobster, and more. I even made dinner a few times with local ingredients.

     
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David Auteur - 27 July 2012 02:13 AM

I had a croque monsieur

(Sorry, I accidentally deleated part of what I wanted to quote [kinda hard to delete things on my phone], so I retyped it and might have spelled something wrong.)
We learned a lot about those in French class O.O So they’re either really important, or my teacher just really liked sandwhiches.
Um, haha, compared to you guys I haven’t traveled very much….Starting from the right of the United States!: I’ve been to Hawaii (when I was little and we had enough money that going to a place like that and it didn’t totally ruin us money-wise), California, Reno, Colarado (when I was little), Alabama (also when I was little), Florida (little, again), and outside of the U.S. I’ve been to Canada, which was so cool! I went a year ago and I just loved it! (I went with my grandma.)

     
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WA (Spokane & Seattle), California, Arizona. That is my life.

     
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Leabhar - 27 July 2012 09:19 PM

WA (Spokane & Seattle).

Oh, I spent, like, an hour in Washington! It was a really nice state, albeit cold. And there were, like, three stores dedicated solely to the Twilight series, which I thought was a little excessive, but to each his own.