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Where would you like to live at some point in your life?

Asked by Luiveton (4024 points ) January 29th, 2013

I’d really like to live somewhere like Upper east/west side Manhattan, NY or Malibu, Cali.

What about y’all?

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DrBill's avatar

San Diego

Seek's avatar

Somewhere not in the United States. Preferably somewhere with rich culture, distinct seasons, and an irreligious government.

Sweden seems nice.

Pachy's avatar

In a cabin in the woods.

wundayatta's avatar

I want to live at the conjunction of artists, mountains and the ocean. I want to invite all my Fluther friends to join me. We will all dance and make music and write our novels and poetry and paint great paintings or make other works of art.

It will be amazing!

Judi's avatar

Just moved to my dream house in the mountains outside Ashland, Oregon but I would love to live in Italy.

burntbonez's avatar

My aunt has a summer home in Ashland, Oregon. I also hear that Ashville, NC is a great place to live.

I don’t know where I want to go. I think I’d really like to live in a number of places—the great cities of Europe and Asia and Africa and Australia—maybe a few months in each, just to see where I’d really like to live. But the key thing is what do I want to do?

cookieman's avatar

Italy

:: sigh ::

jonsblond's avatar

Northern Wisconsin or the upper peninsula of Michigan. It’s where we vacation and I fell in love with the area our first visit.

KNOWITALL's avatar

Turks N Caicos or maybe Okinawa, I need warmth. Or wundayatt’s commune would be groovy.

burntbonez's avatar

I like the idea of @wundayatta‘s commune, too.

Bellatrix's avatar

I want to live in a house by the ocean. It has to have a window overlooking the sea where I can position my desk. I just need a couple of million dollars plus to achieve this goal.

Shippy's avatar

In a log cabin by a lake. With my own vegetable garden and chickens. :)

tups's avatar

New York City, Paris, Copenhagen, Hong Kong, Hawaii, Tibet, some place far far away, near an ocean, where it’s also hot, just to name a few.

Shippy's avatar

@tups Indonesia also sounds lovely

zenvelo's avatar

Biarritz, on the Bay of Biscay, the Atlantic Coast of Southern France.

Or a little town in Tuscany, near Lucca, Castelnuovo di Garfagnana.

tups's avatar

@Shippy Yeah sure, why not?

syz's avatar

Everywhere. Costa Rica. Alaska. San Francisco. Italy. Everywhere.

bookish1's avatar

France sigh It appears the closest I’ll get is to be a starving grad student/post doc for extended periods there.

I’d love to end up somewhere on the West Coast of the U.S. California, or Washington, maybe. But realistically I am just hoping that I get a job in a region that is not horrible for trans people and queers.

muppetish's avatar

In the United States: North, whether it’s still in California, Oregon, or Washington (love California and all, but I am not a fan of boiling summers. I love rain more than sunshine.)

Outside the United States: Canada or Iceland.

flutherother's avatar

I’d like to live on the moon in Lunar Base 1. I would like to relax in the viewing room which has a glass dome from where you can see the stars and the planet earth from the comfort of a deck chair.

thorninmud's avatar

I sometimes indulge in fantasies of living on a peniche and plying the canals of Burgundy and the Midi.

glacial's avatar

Anywhere in the British Isles. Or France.

Incoherency_'s avatar

In a van down by the river, dining on fromage de la governmente! ;-p

YARNLADY's avatar

I would love to own this condo in this condo that I have rented many times over the years.

AshLeigh's avatar

I love living in Alaska.
I’d like to go to Chicago for college, but I would come back after that.

geeky_mama's avatar

I’ve always wanted to live in New Zealand..

What’s this about a commune that Wundy has?

Bellatrix's avatar

I am pretty sure that would not be a problem @geeky_mama and it’s a beautiful place.

jonsblond's avatar

If I left the United States I would choose New Zealand or Scotland. They both look like gorgeous places to live.

bkcunningham's avatar

I would be exactly where I am now. Paradise.

rooeytoo's avatar

Anywhere but where I am now! I love living in new places. Someday I am going to sit down and make a list of everywhere I have lived if I can remember. That is what is perfect about our life now. We buy a failing business, or start up a new one, work it until it is financially in the black and healthy, then sell it and move on to the next challenge. It is great! Realistically we have another 4 years or so here, but we are already looking for the next stop. I think maybe the red center, not the Alice, too many problems there but somewhere inland NSW perhaps, Broken Hill has amazing colors and artists.

Leanne1986's avatar

My dream is to live somewher in the west highlands of Scotlands, close to Loch Ness ideally.

Judi's avatar

@Leanne1986, my daughter is waiting on her visa to move to Stirling Scotland.

Leanne1986's avatar

@Judi Does she need a housemate?

Judi's avatar

@Leanne1986 , she has a husband and two kids. I think that might be more housemate than you bargained for!

bkcunningham's avatar

Live your dreams! Life is short. Come on. Take a chance and just move.

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