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NameCityState (If Applicable) CountrySuggested Meetup LocationOther people who like the suggestionNumber of likes (auto updating)
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Debi KAuburnCaliforniaUSAopenBosque Village sounds great. I would love to say my 10 acres with a creek in CA but we have to sell this spring. It is a perfect place for a small permaculture village and I would hang around to help work the land if anybody is
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Brian FeyYotatiroMichoacanMexicoBosque Village in Mexicohttps://www.quora.com/What-would-be-a-good-location-for-a-Quora-World-Meetup-and-why/answer/Brian-FeyLuis Fernando Mata Licón1
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Colin GerberNot sure yet.CaliforniaUSA
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Aman AnandLondonMiddlesexEnglandParisSomewhere in EU seems like a good place for global QuoransMark Harrison, Sid, Priyank Pillai3
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Sid CarterWellingtonInsanityNew ZealandBerlinMuch more spacious and not crowded like Paris is. And Berlin has great beer and fantastic food.Jan, Julie Prentice2
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Mark HarrisonLondonEnglandMumbaiI'd like to go there, and it would be more accessible to the huge number of Quorans from India who may have more trouble affording international travel than the typical Valley / London / NYC resident.Vijay Singh, Peter Pudaite, Rishav Mishra,Aman Garg, Julien Tremblay, Surya Kazipeta, Jessica Su, Adel Shehadeh8
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Phoebe GavinNYCNYUSANYC or Bay Areahttp://www.quora.com/Quora-Meetups/What-would-be-a-good-location-for-a-Quora-World-Meetup-and-why/answer/Phoebe-GavinAdel Shehadeh1
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Matthew ManningChicagoILUSA
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Emilya BurdPalo Alto (close)CaliforniaUSANYCIt's central to Europe and US--seems to make the most sense.
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Matt BaldwinMontroseMichiganUSA
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Lou DavisDerbyshireEnglandParis, New York, Relatively easy to travel to, won't be horrifically expensive.
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Faye WangPalo AltoCaliforniaUSAPalo Alto It's a great city with many great restaurant, close to the freeway, easy to get to from surrounding areas.
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Nick Saintin the wind, so to speakNYCGreatest place on Earth, and probably the second-best center of gravity for Quorans after SF/Palo Alto
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Jan LeadbetterManchesterGTR ManchesterEnglandLondon, Paris, BerlinLondon, Paris, Berlin are all good for me
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Edward DaviesPhiladelphia PennsylvaniaUSATorontoOutside of the US but still in North America. Lots of amenities and easier travel requirements for visitors (especially from the US)Julien Tremblay(concur from Montreal)1
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Caroline ZelonkaSeattleWashingtonUSAMexico, South America, anywhere cheap to visitI'm recommending somewhere that's cheap to visit with affordable lodging and food. Airfare can be negotiated or purchased
with FF miles. Also, recommending a place close to the US since
Americans typically only get 2 weeks' vacation and travel time can be a
factor.
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Peter PudaiteKolkataWest BengalIndiaMumbai/Delhi/BangkokIndians generally face all sorts of visa issues and anything last minute is a real pain. Thailand allows visa on arrival and a few other countries nearby but Thailand is by far the nicest destination. Given that we may have a Western hemisphere vs Eastern hemisphere. What about having two separate meetups?Vijay SIngh, Rishav Mishra, Aman Garg
Rameez Choudhari
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Julie PrenticeMontpelierVermontUSABerlinSame as Sid Carter; plus fun to go to GERMANY!! "Ich liebe dich!"
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Vijay SinghPuneMaharashtraIndiaMumbai/Delhi/BangkokSame as Peter Pudaite
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Noah ChestnutWashingtonDistrict of ColumbiaUSAHong KongI've want to go
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Sara PellicoriChicagoIllinoisUSANYC, LondonSeems central, might be places to crash that aren't hotels
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Eric GriffithsNew YorkNew YorkUSANYC, London or nearby either.Quora is an English language board so somplace central (for the preponderance of members) where English is the, "lingua Franca" makes sense to me.
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Keshav MahendruDurhamNorth CarolinaUSANYC, Durham(NC), New Delhi, Mumbai, Silicon ValleyNew York's awesome and accesable. I study in Durham, NC and I live in New Delhi, India.
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Stephanie VardavasPortlandOregonUSASan Francisco, NYC, Boston, Seattle, any big city in Europe, any city in Asia in a country that doesn't require visas for US citizensWith some notice I could go almost anywhere. Better to choose a location where US citizens don't need visas (so, EU is good; China or Brazil are less good).Debi K1
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Rishav MishraChennaiMaharashtraIndiaMumbai/Delhi/BangkokSame as Peter Pudaite
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Martijn SjoordaVelp NetherlandsMumbaiSupport Mark Harrison's arguments and would add that it is a fantastic opportunity for th rest of us to get a firsthand look at where the world is heading. The West is on the way out.
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Dev HeshmatpourI live/travel a lotGlobalBased in USALas VegaseBay and many others have had their community events here for many years, I would like beat Aman Anand at the Quora World Series of Poker as well :)Brad Barbin1
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Brian Browne WalkerLaguna BeachCaliforniaUSATraveling road show for some days -- some SE Asia, some India, people can come for the whole time or drop in on the locale they likeI know dirty cops all over Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, so I should be able to get Aman in some kind of pickle that will give him greater substance later as a writer (if he survives the eating-centipedes-in-prison part).Brad Barbin, Rishav Mishra- great idea on the aman bit- aka gregory roberts2
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Thomas FosterCampbell TownTasmaniaAustraliaTasmania or Melbourne is easiest, but I guess that India or London are possiblities in a year or two.Tasmania is easy for me as well as being a nice place if you come at the right time. Otherwise Melbourne is a great option, and I am also thinking about trips to either India or Europe within the next 3 years.
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Valerie CooperBerwickMaineUSANYC, Mumbai, Central/South AmericaI cannot afford to travel anywhere but to NYC but if I had a sudden windfall, I'd like to go to India and it would be easier for our Indian friends. I've wanted to go for a long time. And Central/South American would be inexpensive.Martin Fox1
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Brad BarbinPittsburgh PAUSAAlaska, USALots of room to think
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Aman GargNew DelhiIndiaDelhi/Mumbai Given my present situation (& a bit of near future), I am not sure of my possibility to travel out of nation. It would be a pretty hefty affair for me monetarily and also academically. As being suggested in other sections, we can probably look into the issue of separate Quora meetups (max. 3) which could be interconnected via Video Conferencing. That would virtually create a world Quora meetup although time differences could be an issue.
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Kati SippPhiladelphia PennsylvaniaUSANew OrleansHelp build the post-Katrina economy...relatively good weather all year round (except hurricane season)...amazing food, drink, nightlife
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A.J. NagarajLos AngelesCaliforniaUSAEurasia TrainWould be a great opportunity to see multiple countries and travel in style
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Priyank PillaiMangaloreKarnatakaIndiaNiueIt's a cool little island, far removed form most geo-political conflicts. Oh, and it's got free wifi. :)
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Amar PrabhuBangaloreKarnatakaIndiaDelhi/Mumbai
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Jessica SuPasadenaCaliforniaUSAGoogle HangoutsCheap and convenient for everyone!
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Mark SavchukLondonEnglandKiev, UkraineAWESOME FOOD, great architecture, beautiful girls
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Simon BrownMelbourneVictoriaAustraliaMelbourneVoted 2012 worlds most livable city, safe, great food culture, great arts culture, high level sporting events, great weather, gateway to the rest of the country with 4 of the 2012 most liveable cities in the world within the top 10 and Australia's other obvious attractions. http://www.theworldlovesmelbourne.com/en/2-uncategorised?start=6
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Aditya Bhushan DwivediBangaloreKarnatakaIndiaBest weather in India, Maximum geeks/sq ftVivek Nagarajan1
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Arnon IlaniTel AvivIsraelEuropehttp://www.quora.com/What-would-be-a-good-location-for-a-Quora-World-Meetup-and-why
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