questionsif you could travel to one place in the world…

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Home. Home is the place to be for Christmas. But you can go somewhere awesome the next day and stay for the new year. Like Antarctica. We left on 12/26 and spent an awesome New Year's Day there, out on zodiac boats, surrounded by humpback whales. It is a truly awe-inspiring place to visit.

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Christmas Island in the [EDIT:] Indian Ocean. 80° year round, little red crabs that march from the beach to the forest and back, English-speaking locals...

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@inkycatz: I'd totally demand you stop and say hi to me on the way! :)

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I would make one long train trip of it and go up the east coast periodically stopping off to visit friends along the way.

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@moondrake: It is a little bit on the expensive side. But, for that place it is totally worth it.

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@jha1223: Wow, it looks amazing! Also amazingly expensive. I love the undersea bedroom. You've just given me something to add to my bucket list.

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West Virginia to be with my parents who are all alone this Christmas. Since I can't do that I'm going to Bruges.

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North Pole. I hear they have a killer Christmas Day party.

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Italy. Rome or Sorrento. Or back to Torremolinos, Spain. So loved the Christmas I spent there.

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Though it is quite rainy there right now, the Maldives.

One of the most wonderful places on the planet.

http://twistedsifter.com/2011/04/best-maldives-gallery/

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At this point, anywhere but where I am now. With one crazy stressor after another hitting me all in the past few weeks (none of which actually involve Christmas), I'm thinking a cabin, in the woods, surrounded by nothing but trees and snow sounds great! Of course I'd want my furbabies with me (my three cats).

But for an actual destination....Japan. I've been obsessed with the culture lately, and would love to be there!

I see the idea of the northern lights (aurora borealis), and I'd love to see either those or the southern lights (aurora australis). That's the type of thing that fascinates me about our world, it's amazing! I see there are many places you can see them...I think I'll spend the coming year planning myself a visit to see one or the other!

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I am liking the Egypt suggestion.
I would also be down with Spain or Japan.
I was in Australia for Xmas in 2008 and loved it there :)

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The Grand Canyon. The above mentioned places all sound good, too.

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That is a very tough question. But since the Valley of the Kings in Egypt is at the top of my bucket list, I'll pick that. Other choices include Machu Picchu, Easter Island, and one of the big animal preserves in Africa. I am going to be spending it at home with my furry family, which is a great choice as well. We'll have some friends over in the afternoon for cake and gifts, but most of the day will just be me, the dog and the cat.

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HOME with my wife. We never get to spend Christmas that way because there are too many family parties. I'm not a party pooper - just would be nice to stay home for once.

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Iceland. To be in a cozy little cottage in the middle of amazingly stark and beautiful nowhere with the only lights in my universe coming from the fireplace, the stars, and the Northern Lights. I am obsessed with this idea lately. I have promised myself: one day.