Hands down Sarah McLaughlin.
Stevie nicks or amy lee
Lzzy Hale or Amy Lee.
Celine Dion at one time.
Ireland because of family heritage. Hope to get there one day.
Venezuala, I have family there and used to visit. It's too dangerous to go now unfortunately
I would like to see Finland. My maiden name comes from there! Lol! In other words it's part of my history on my dad's side. 😊
I would vote for Norway. I've never been there, but my dad's side of the family emigrated from there. My aunts and uncles found the old family home with cousins from the way-back still living there.
Like Hippy, I have to go with Scotland. My grandmother was of Scottish decent, though generations lived in Canada. After my dad did some genealogy research, he learned he is actually 75% of Scottish decent. My great-grandmother's maiden name was Urquhart. That is name of the castle that is in ruins along Loch Ness. It … Read more
Italy. Been there many times and have seen most of the country. It wAs the homeland of my late stepfather, Vittorio, who taught us Italian and imbued my siblings and I with the magnificence of its culture.
Romania holds a special place in my heart. It's where a number of my relatives are from. I've been there several times, including to visit family who lives there. I think it's a beautiful country that a lot of people don't know much about.
My grandfather's(he and my grandmother adopted my dad) family originated from Scotland. My last name is Scottish. I can't believe I didn't include this in my answer. I feel horrible I had to edit my answer. I want to visit Scotland and England badly.
England(above): Where my grandparents met(my grandmother was an English citizen … Read more
Scotland, my fathers favorite country. He had been all over the world during WWII and more so for business in his older years. Scotland always held a special place in his heart and he went at least twice a year. He told me so much about Scotland that it eventually became MY favorite.
I've never been to Switzerland, but since I was a kid seeing the different images of it has always captivated me.
You may know that the leek is the national vegetable of Wales. You may NOT know that a Welsh letter is a French letter with a leek in it.