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Fictional Place You Would Love to Visit?

What fictional place would you travel to, if it actually existed?
3 years ago, January 2nd 2019 No: 1 Msg: #206343  
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Happy 2019 everyone! This year, another famous (and highly influential) Hollywood vision of the future becomes a relic of the past. Personally, I would love to visit Bladerunner's vision of Los Angeles; such incredible culture, technology and design. What non-existent place would you go to, if you could?

Also worth noting: Has Hollywood influenced your traveling?

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3 years ago, February 13th 2019 No: 2 Msg: #206577  
We have a friend that loves the Bourne movies and has traveled to many of the locations in the movies.
We are James Bond fans so we love visiting "spy" cities. We've been to several but Antwerp and Moscow are now on our short list. Reply to this

3 years ago, April 9th 2019 No: 3 Msg: #206876  
Middle-Earth, obviously! Reply to this

3 years ago, April 30th 2019 No: 4 Msg: #206951  
I really enjoy checking places where some of my favorite movies were filmed, so now I dream of going to Iceland, especially to Jökulsárlón. So many great movies or part of them were filmed there, starting from Lara Croft, James Bond, even Batman and some more recent ones like The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and Interstellar. Reply to this

34 months ago, July 22nd 2019 No: 5 Msg: #207256  
In response to: Msg #206343 Why not Area 51 :D 😉 to be honest I would like to visit the Harry Potter School (you know) Reply to this

21 months ago, August 30th 2020 No: 6 Msg: #208640  
I had thought Timbuktu known in chronicles as "the End of the World" was fictitious.

Having attended the Festival au Desert music festival there in 2011 finding it gobbled up by the Sahara Desert and discovering no European ever returned from there until 1813, I understood how it got its name.

Since then you wouldn't risk visiting there due to terrorist unrest...maybe it is "the End of the World" for many years to come. Reply to this

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