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    Dubai

    You are an individual who enjoys the finer things in life, and love to surround yourself with beautiful things. You have a deep appreciation for urban architecture, and thrive best in a city that gives you the highest of nightlife, cuisine, and entertainment. You believe life is to be enjoyed to the fullest, but have no problem working hard to obtain what you want. You in fact take pride in working hard, and like to climb in your career. Others would perhaps describe you as a modernist, who appreciates culture and diversity, but enjoys the comforts of a superbly decorated home and clean living space. You are an urban dweller and like to enjoy a city where others share your passion for hard work and fine living. There is a deeper side to you however, and you find meaning in conversation about fine art, travel, and culture.
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    ^He pronks, too! Magic Poriferan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain curmudgeon View Post
    Dubai
    Dubai? Dubai is not a country.
    Go to sleep, iguana.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Dubai? Dubai is not a country.
    I know. Apparently whoever made the test is an idiot.
    Jarlaxle: fact checking this thread makes me want to go all INFP on my wrists

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    Chalk up another one up to France.

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    What Country in the World Best Fits Your Personality?
    New Zealand
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    they've gone through and through me, like wine through water, and altered the colour of my mind.

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    Let's all move to FRANCE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    My thought had been to stay a night in Milan then travel west to Turin, then cut south down to the coast and track along it until I reached Marsellies. After that, I'd go up into the inland regions of Provence. Like you, big industrial cities don't really do it for me.


    Wow, that looks awesome! (Not too busy, either...that's something that has always put me off beaches in Europe)

    I have posted a few pictures of areas close to where I live around the fourm if you want to look.
    If you hate crowded places for sure July and August are not the best to travel around. Even June...
    September, October, March as well as April and May are in my opinion the right times to discover south of France.

    As for Italy, I was living in Castiglione Falleto for a short period. They have wonderful wines and incredible vineyards (take a look on google if you are curious about this lovely quiet place : only around 800 inhabitants live here). And what can be interesting for you : Turin is not that far.

    I did not look yet at the place where you are living. If you remember the title of the topic, I'll have a look !

    Another thing, about Marseille now (one of the most industrial cities in France, actually the 2nd most crowded place) :
    I used to live there for 7 years. The atmosphere of the city is very special, and most of the tourists love it.
    There is also a very good choice for museums (it was the Capitale de la Culture in 2013), and travelling is pretty easy from here (the airport is in Marignane and there are many boats for Corsica, as well as Northern Africa).

    Easy... when Air France is not on strike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    Chalk up another one to France.
    And another.

    I even changed some of my answers and still got friggin' France - 3 times.

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    After the first question, I knew that I'd get France.

    I got France.

    From the responses, though, looks like it's easy to get. Or maybe we're all just wine snobs who hate freedom and back down from fights way too easily.
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