Question of the week: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you choose?

We asked some of the most travelled women on earth which location they would pick for their ideal home.

We asked some of the most travelled women on earth which location they would pick for their ideal home.

Anja Monke: Germany

Beth Allen: Melbourne, Australia.

Bree Arthur: New York.

Caroline Hedwall: Sweden.

Danielle Montgomery: Perth or London if it was summer all year.

Frances Bondad: In the Carribbean.

Kristie Smith: Perth.

Lee-Anne Pace: Mosselbay or Stellenbosch.

Melissa Reid: California.

Pernilla Lindberg: Southern California.

Rachel Jennings: Australia.

Sophie Giquel-Bettan: Lyon.

Sophie Walker: I'd live in Kensington, London. Close to all the action and Hyde Park.

Stacey Keating: Cressy, Australia.

Becky Brewerton: Spain.

Vikki Laing: I lived in California for 10 years and would certainly like to go back. Travelling has taught me that I can live anywhere.

Becky Morgan: San Diego area.

Caroline Afonso: Biarritz.

Caroline Masson: I would not mind the Caribbean but I would still pick Germany.

Connie Chen: United States or South Africa.

Diana Luna: Rome.

Jaclyn Sweeney: Zurich, because it’s a beautiful city with great shops.

Klara Spilkova: Prague.

Louise Larsson: Evian.

Lydia Hall: Australia.

Nikki Garrett: Shelly Beach, Australia.

Rebecca Hudson: I don't care as long as I have the people around me that I want to be around.

Sandra Gal: Cannes, France.

Virginie Lagoutte-Clement: New York.









Article from Ladies European Tour:
Published: 8/12/2011

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