Though I've only traveled to a handful of countries in Europe (Czech Republic, Spain, Germany and throughout England), I'm going to make a generalization: Asian countries seem slightly more fascinating than Western countries. There is no Great Wall of Lithuania or massive and heavenly ruins known as Angkor Barcelona. It appears that Asia claims more sites on the epic, historic scale. On the other end of the time and marvel spectrum, some of the most modern, technology-driven metropolises are Seoul, Korea and Tokyo, Japan. Mainly, when traveling around Asia, I feel like I'm in truly exotic lands. Western countries are too familiar. Let's just say, however, I haven't visited the Eastern Bloc or Venice - yet. . .
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Whoa! I definitely was not knocking Europe above (I'd love to live in Madrid). Let's just say Europe boasts some of the most scenic places in the world. From dramatic, seaside castles to the vibrant canal scenes in Venice to the expansive, fresh yet historic Moors in North Yorkshire, England, European countries provide travel pleasure and fulfillment in abundance. Traits that readily come to mind about Europe are the quaint to grand and intricate architecture, lush, natural scenary and pervasive culture. When compared to Asia, Europe offers a blend of the exotic and familiar. This balance may be more your speed. . .
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From beaches to snow to some illustrious mountains, the North American continent will tingle every travel fiber you've got. There's a lot more to North America than the famous albeit gorgeous beaches of California and Florida. Matter of fact, there's quite a funky, fun and interesting city known as Toronto in Canada. See what's cookin in North America. . .
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