'Australia. I want to see the Australian outback and just stay out there.'@ _ Karl Hightower, 14, freshman 'France. I've heard it's beautiful, real nice ... a lot of shopping. Maybe I could learn to speak French.'@ _ Monica Summers, 14, freshman'East Germany. I like history a lot. The spirit they have over there _ fighting for freedom _ is kind of the spirit we had over here, fighting against England. They're making history.'@ _ Robby Brady, 17, senior 'Germany. They're just now getting this freedom they're not accustomed to. They've been governed for so long so strictly. I'd like to see their reaction and feel what it would be like to be on both sides of freedom. I guess you'd appreciate it more if you could see their reaction.'@ _ Chad Huffine, 17, senior 'France. Because of the beautiful countryside and places you could visit ... the monuments and art.'@ _ JeNeir Bradsher, 18, senior 'Australia. They have things over there we don't have here. The seasons are backwards. You'd see something that you've never seen before.'@ _ Missy Sartin, 16, junior 'Japan. It would be different ... to learn their cultures and traditions. It would be neat to learn the language.'@ _ Danna Evans, 16, junior 'France. To see all the wonderful works of art and the beautiful architecture. I am going, anyway, with my French class.'@ _ Mandy Templeton, 16, junior
IF YOU COULD TRAVEL TO ANY FOREIGN COUNTRY, WHICH WOULD IT BE AND WHY?