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I live there. I'm worth the visit. lol

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It was the setting for the novel "The Mistress of Dimmiga Berg". If the claims in the book are true the area is infested with were-people and a bunch of malevolent escapees from die gotterdammerung.

Personally I don't believe it. I know the author and he claims he has a licence to tell lies.

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LOL!! I've heard rumors that you know the author, ;-)
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Tell the author I enjoyed the book!!:)
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Thank you both. He's always pleased to get feedback. :)
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It's the second biggest town in Sweden. It has a great tivoli and there are many stores and there is something called for Slottskogen which is a very big park and a little like a zoo. But it's free to walk around there outside. There are also pretty many wvents in Gotheburg.

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You could visit the submarine capital of the world.

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What's that, not heard of that, but sounds interesting
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I'm coming just for the lighthouses
We have a submarine base
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The home of the Nautilus, the first nuclear submarine ever built.
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Come on up and I'll take you on a lighthouse tour. :)
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It's a lovely town with character and great beaches and great pubs to eat and drink..

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Peach and peanut state

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I love peaches, I have a peach tree in my backyard. :)
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There are several orchards near me. We go pick several times in the spring/summer
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The weather in Phoenix during the Winter months is the main draw because no one has to worry about freezing temperatures and snow.

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I got nuthin'

I live in such a rural area that when we get enough people assembled for a parade, there's no one left to watch it.

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It's on the beach! And we have really nice weather all year round. 

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