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If you could move to any state/country, where would it be?

Asked by Aesthetic_Mess (7892points) October 7th, 2010


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mrlaconic's avatar

I would like to move to Massachusetts. I am a big pubic transit system buff and out of all the cities I have visited I like the one in Boston the best. Also I like the sales tax policies which I could see helping out since they have a higher income tax then other states.

Judi's avatar

Looking at retiring to France or Italy.

Aster's avatar

Vancouver BC or Arkansas! Talk about nothing in common? GQ

JustmeAman's avatar

I would love to live in Oregon or Washington State along the coast. When I’m next to the ocean I feel like I am home. Australia would be the country I would love to go to. I would enjoy scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef.

erichw1504's avatar

Pennsylvania, closer to family… but not too close! They also get the 4 seasons.

Aster's avatar

I would have picked the Seattle area but all I hear is how awful the traffic is. But how gorgeous it is up there!!

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

The Outer Banks of North Carolina is where I want to end up.I hope to have a studio/gallery there someday.

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

Lancashire, England: 1.) to be with my SO, and 2.) to eat real Cheddar cheese.

TexasDude's avatar

I wouldn’t mind living in Texas somewhere. There’s a part of me that has always wanted to have hundreds of acres that I could explore on horseback.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

Thailand: the land of a thousand smiles. The people are the friendliest I’ve ever met. The land is beautiful. The food is fantastic. The beaches are beautiful, and the water is luscious.

CyanoticWasp's avatar

I can. I’m there. Connecticut suits me fine.

wundayatta's avatar

San Fransisco. It seems like half of all the jellies live there.

Besides which, it is a damn fine city, I have a lot of relatives there, and other people I care about very dearly.

Neizvestnaya's avatar

I’d move back to San Francisco because the rest of the world comes to us! Aside from the people, the food, the climate and so many things to do in town, I love being able to go into hideaway beach towns, rural farming towns, forests and mountains all within an hour.

Seaofclouds's avatar

Maine. We found the perfect house up there and it would be closer to family than we are right now. I love the snow and the area that house was in gets plenty of it!

DominicX's avatar

I’m honestly right where I want to be, the San Francisco Bay Area. I can’t think of a better place.

There are places I really want to visit, maybe even spend a month or two there. But I don’t particularly want to live anywhere else, at least, not at this point.

MeinTeil's avatar

America, anytime before the Progressive Movement.

OpryLeigh's avatar

Eventually I plan to move north to Scotland. My ideal location would be anywhere that overlooks Loch Ness but Drumnadrochit has a particularly special place in my heart.

YARNLADY's avatar

The coast of Queensland AU, but only if I could take my family with me.

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tragiclikebowie's avatar

Maui. For obvious reasons.
San Francisco when all my Jellyfriends move there so we can live together and have our own reality show.
France because I adore Provence and the French lifestyle.

Mom2BDec2010's avatar

Ireland. It’s beautiful.

WhYBiRd's avatar

Wales or the Netherlands. Yorkshire is too dull and has too many sheep, is too wet.Wait why do I like wales then???

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