If you could blog anywhere in the world for one day where would it be?

Paris?
Egypt?
London?
A quiet, sandy beach?
Where would you like to blog for one day?

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Hmmm....Just in here, my home. Alone. Without hubby and son for awhile just blogging and blogging hi hi hi.... Or...working out with my photography
Paris. While drinking espresso and wearing a barret and a fabulous scarf, of course.
Hawaii on the beach, with a fruity cocktail in one hand!
I like the quiet, sandy beach idea. Just me, a great cocktail, and my computer!
Well, I thought about the sandy beach which would be great, but I've always wanted to go to New Zealand, so that is definitely my choice. It would be an adventure to go and blog about all the spots I visit while there.
In a cabin alone in Alaska...I have never been, but I loved the show Men in Trees, and I could totally thrive in the middle of nowhere in a town of 20 people and a bar.
Definitely a sandy beach watching my kids play, a nanny would be nearby playing with them (it's a fantasy isn't it). I would be sipping a margarita with my good friends by my side.
In a big swing on the front porch of a solitary beach resort cottage. :)

Sarah
Going Bananas Blog
definately a QUIET sandy spot in the shade with the breeze blowing.

Oh heck, I would blog in a small closet just about anywhere as long as it was QUIET!!! lol
Ireland.
Or wait.... maybe London (love the accent)
Ireland overlooking the ocean from the cliffs

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